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Kid takes cement truck for a joyride

11-year-old boy took a contractor's cement truck for a joyride around Dodge Center, Minnesota, before being caught by the cops

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Wild-Looking Glow-In-The-Dark Sidewalks Could Spell The End Of Streetlights

The world's dullest building material just got a lot more excitingA scientist in Mexico announced earlier this month that he had developed solar-powered, glow-in-the-dark cement that could be used to illuminate roads, bike lanes and walking.

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Dagenham man dies after being dragged into a working cement mixer

Billy Ridge, 26, from Dagenham, Essex, was clearing sand around the base of the belt at building materials giant Hanson Packed Products Ltd when his arm got drawn into a roller

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ISIS still holding 30 cement factory workers after storming building in Syria

The terrorist group abducted 300 members of staff from Al-Badia Cement Company in Dumeir, near Damascus in Syria, earlier this week as they launched a surprise attack on government forc

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Lafarge Tarmac sale set to pave way for $40bn cement merger

Ireland’s CRH and the private equity giant KKR are expected to buy Lafarge Tarmac, the UK building materials giant, as part of a €65bn (£5bn) deal that will be announced today

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DealBook: $73 Billion Cement Deals Shows Tolerance to M&A

The Irish building company will increase leverage to buy surplus assets from Lafarge worth a third of its market cap Yet investors cheered It’s how things work in a low-return, low-growth world, says Chris Hughes of Reuters Breakingviews

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Irish building materials group CRH set to dump Tarmac after cement firms tie-up 

Private equity house KKR is in talks to buy one of Britain’s best known compani Tarmac, which was founded in 1903, is likely to be sold off by CRH due to competition issu

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Corruption hampers effort to rebuild Gaza after summer conflict

Coupon plan fails to stop black market in cement, while too few materials are making it across border into stripThe reconstruction of Gaza after this summer’s 50-day war with Israel is moving at a glacial pace with only a tiny amount of the.

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Tech house of the future: take a look around

Smart ovens, living carpets, robot butlers and beds that remind you to have – then make themselv Welcome to your home of tomorrowGrab the keys and get set to unpack your box It’s time to move into the future But before you cross.

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Merger mania back on minds of investors after building materials group CRH snaps up American glazing firm for £843m

The Irish company, which is listed in London and manufactures and supplies products such as cement, concrete and fencing, has agreed to buy Los Angeles-based CR Laurence

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Merger mania back on minds of investors after building materials group CRH snaps up American glazing firm for £843m

The Irish company, which is listed in London and manufactures and supplies products such as cement, concrete and fencing, has agreed to buy Los Angeles-based CR Laurence

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Wild-Looking Glow-In-The-Dark Sidewalks Could Spell The End Of Streetlights

The world's dullest building material just got a lot more excitingA scientist in Mexico announced earlier this month that he had developed solar-powered, glow-in-the-dark cement that could be used to illuminate roads, bike lanes and walking.

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Vernon glazing products maker CR Laurence acquired for $13 billion

CRH, an international building materials group, has acquired Vernon-based glazing products manufacturer CR Laurence Co Inc for $13 billion

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Gaza gets second postwar delivery of building materials

Twenty-eight trucks of cement entered the battered Gaza Strip Tuesday in only the second delivery of building materials for the private sector since a 50-day.

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Stocks show signs of UK housing slowdown

Building materials suppliers report slowing earnings growth

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$73 Billion Cement Deals Shows Tolerance to M&A

The Irish building company will increase leverage to buy surplus assets from Lafarge worth a third of its market cap Yet investors cheered It’s how things work in a low-return, low-growth world, says Chris Hughes of Reuters Breakingviews

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Lafarge Tarmac up for sale to ease merger

The flotation of Britain’s biggest cement and building materials business has been put on hold after it was announced that.

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Breedon's takeover of rival Hope Construction Material creates new building champion for Britain

The business, which specialises in quarrying and production of cement, concrete and aggregates, yesterday announced the £336million acquisition of Surrey-based Hope Construction

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Cement Makers Holcim and Lafarge to Sell Assets to CRH of Ireland for $73 Billion

The deal is meant to help Lafarge and Holcim satisfy requirements by antitrust officials as they seek to close their own merger

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Irish building materials group CRH set to dump Tarmac after cement firms tie-up 

Private equity house KKR is in talks to buy one of Britain’s best known compani Tarmac, which was founded in 1903, is likely to be sold off by CRH due to competition issu

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DealBook: Cement Makers Holcim and Lafarge to Sell Assets to CRH of Ireland for $73 Billion

The deal is meant to help Lafarge and Holcim satisfy requirements by antitrust officials as they seek to close their own merger

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