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ExxonMobil hopes investing in local community colleges will deepen the labor pool.
The Wavve co-founders hope to fight the global water crisis with nanotechnology.
The energy exploration and production expo runs through midday Friday at GRB.
Applications for H-1B visas outrun available slots by three to one.
Houston-based Cameron will use the proceeds of the sale to repurchase stock.
GHP pegs lack of skilled workers as leading threat to city's growth.
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