Articles by Thomas Mahoney

Lennox announces buyouts of its ‘select’ dealerships

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Lennox Industries said it will “aggressively pursue” the acquisition of “select dealerships” in the U.S.
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Members of two contractor groups cope with uncertainties

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Two national contractor associations recently held their conventions in two Disney World hotels separated in time by one day and in distance by a quarter of a mile.
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Industry ponders shortfall in vo-tech grads

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The number of young people seeking trade jobs of any kind is declining, and hvacr’s share is shrinking as well.
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Mfrs establish priorities for 2000

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The manufacturers of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and components face a variety of challenges and opportunities as they confront the new century and millennium.
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Tort reform: So close and yet so far

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Product liability reform, which came tantalizingly close to reality two years ago, may still be realized after the 2000 election.
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Honeywell-AlliedSignal: The hvacr factor

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Among its many implications, the proposed merger of two corporate giants — Honeywell and AlliedSignal — promises to reshape the sale and distribution of two basic products of the hvacr industry: temperature controls and refrigerants.
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Industry, EPA debate HCFC allowances

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On April 5, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that proposes future allowance of HCFC consumption.
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Standardized tests succumb to government policy

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The new devil is “disparate impact,” under which American life must be cleansed of its uneven texture in favor of a world rigidly stratified by the iron law of racial and gender proportionality.
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20 commercial buildings sport 'Energy Star' label

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Twenty commercial buildings — the first of more such energy-efficient buildings to come — will sport the “Energy Star” label.
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Building energy standard wins approval; AGA bitter

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ASHRAE Standard 90.1-1998R, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings, has won approval of the society’s board at its summer meeting here, after undergoing many revisions and a ton of controversy.
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