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Hunting Season Never Closes When You're Looking for Good Workers
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Hunting Season Never Closes When You're Looking for Good Workers

Headhunting and staff development should be nonstop jobs; ProSales' "Four Under 40... More

Former Va. Millwork Employee Charged With Embezzling $3.3 Million
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Former Va. Millwork Employee Charged With Embezzling $3.3 Million

He faces 60 counts of embezzlement-related charges More

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Help Wanted

ProSales welcomes its newest team member, assistant editor Tim Regan. More

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Stock Building Supply Produced $5.1 Million Operating Income for Q4 2013

Stock Building Supply reported a full-year 2013 operating income of $800,000, compared to an operating loss of $18.9 in 2012. The Atlanta-based dealer plans to grow its professional remodeling contractor business in 2014. More

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Regan Joins PROSALES Staff

Tim Regan joined the staff of Hanley Wood as a new assistant editor at PROSALES. More

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NLRB Nixes Union Poster Rule

After losing two federal court challenges, the National Labor Relations Board withdrew a controversial rule that would have required small businesses to display a poster advertising employees' right to unionize. More

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Carter Lumber Shutters 26 Locations

Carter Lumber will close 26 locations in Indianapolis, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina. and Ohio. More

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Builder Confidence Rises in July

Builder confidence in the single-family home market rose six points to 35 on the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index for July. More

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Games Dealers Play To Avoid State Tax Irk Competitors in Affected Regions

Some dealers in the upper South say that businesses in states with lower sales taxes are using a not-so-legal loophole to ship into their markets without figuring the local (higher) rate into their customers' bill. More

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Seven Takeaways from the Southern Building Material Association Summer Conference

Dealers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia say building relationships and improving sales are still key, but potential electoral gridlock and still-uncertain health care policies were hot topics. More

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