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With email marketing, purists will say you should always do this or never do that. In reality, not much is black and white so Marketo put together 17 email "rules" that you must break.

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Search Capital Spending Data You can now register for an account that will allow you to search Gardner's capital equipment spending data.
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GR_CS14_MEDIAUSAGE_IN-MFG.jpg Now in its fourth year, the results of our annual media survey reveal the demographic characteristics and media usage trends of today’s manufacturing technology buyer.
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GR_CS14_TReport_WrldMachTool.jpg This is the 49th edition of an independent annual survey that collects statistics from machine-tool-producing countries and compares them in U.S. dollars.
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GR_CS14_TReport_Banners.jpg Gardner Research's Plastics Capital Spending Survey & Forecast is the largest, most comprehensive survey detailing future spending on primary processing equipment, auxiliary equipment and molds and related supplies, by U.S. plastics processing facilities. The 2014 survey forecasts spending on equipments, molds and suppliers to be $3.001 billion.
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Real Fed Funds Rate Unchanged from Last Month Unless the rate of inflation begins to increase, the change in the real Fed funds rate will begin to stagnate in the next couple of months.
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Machine Tool Unit Sales Down 5.3% in February After orders grew at a strong rate every month of the fourth quarter of 2013, the month-over-month rate of change has contracted the first two months of 2014.
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Cutting Tool Orders Contract 8.0% in February This is the fifth month in a row that cutting tool orders have contracted compared to one year ago. However, the rate of contraction in February was less than it was in January.
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