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  • 'Ugly Produce' Trend May Have Limits, as Grocers End Tests

    'Ugly Produce' Trend May Have Limits, as Grocers End Tests

    NewsIs the "ugly produce'" trend already reaching the end of its shelf life in supermarkets?Contributed Author: Candice Choi and Scott McFetridge, Associated PressTopics: Consumer Trends

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  • Applications for U.S. Jobless Benefits Fell to a Low 216,000

    Applications for U.S. Jobless Benefits Fell to a Low 216,000

    NewsFewer Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, a sign that layoffs declined and hiring is likely strong.Contributed Author: Christopher Rugaber, Associated PressTopics: Labor

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  • Guyana Hopes Oil Will Bring Wealth – Not Corruption and Crisis

    Guyana Hopes Oil Will Bring Wealth – Not Corruption and Crisis

    NewsWhen ExxonMobil begins oil production in Guyana next year, mining crude from its seven new deepwater wells, life may change dramatically in this small South American country.Contributed...

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  • Germany: Weapons Firm Ex-Workers Convicted Over Mexico Sales

    Germany: Weapons Firm Ex-Workers Convicted Over Mexico Sales

    NewsA German court on Thursday convicted two former employees of gun maker Heckler & Koch over their role in the delivery of weapons that ended up in troubled areas of Mexico, and ordered the...

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  • Ale From 1886 Shipwreck Yields New Brew and Conflict

    Ale From 1886 Shipwreck Yields New Brew and Conflict

    NewsNews that an upstate New York brewer planned to recreate ale from a bottle salvaged from a 133-year-old shipwreck took the wind out of the sails of a scuba-diving Long Island brewer who has...

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  • The U.S. Trails The World In High-Speed Rail

    The U.S. Trails The World In High-Speed Rail

    Data FocusCalifornia's high-speed rail project has suffered a series of setbacks with the Department of Transportation announcing that it's canceling a $929 million grant for the system and Gov....

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  • California Airport Worker Dies When Jet Bridge Tire Explodes

    California Airport Worker Dies When Jet Bridge Tire Explodes

    NewsA worker at Southern California's John Wayne Airport was killed when a large tire from a jet bridge used to connect terminals to aircraft doors exploded during maintenance.Contributed...

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  • Tilray to Acquire World’s Largest Hemp Food Company

    Tilray to Acquire World’s Largest Hemp Food Company

    NewsAcquisition unites cannabis pioneer with leading natural food CPG company to create hemp and CBD-infused food and wellness products for North America.Contributed Author: Tilray,...

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  • First Oilfield Specialty Chemical Manufacturing Reaction Facility in Saudi Arabia Breaks Ground

    First Oilfield Specialty Chemical Manufacturing Reaction Facility in Saudi Arabia Breaks Ground

    NewsUpon the plant’s completion in 2020, Halliburton will begin local manufacturing of specialty chemicals.Contributed Author: Halliburton Company Topics: Chemicals

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  • How to Stay Secure From Cyberthreats Affecting Manufacturers

    How to Stay Secure From Cyberthreats Affecting Manufacturers

    ArticleInstead of worrying about having to shut down the shop because of a cyberattack, or a cyberattack shutting down the shop floor by itself, implement these steps to help improve the security...

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  • What Tesla Tells Us About the Data-Driven Supply Chain

    What Tesla Tells Us About the Data-Driven Supply Chain

    NewsTesla’s flagship Model 3 sedan has faced production problems, but that doesn’t mean it’s a poorly conceived product. Contributed Author: Ali Hassan R.Topics: Supply Chain

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  • Driver Hurt by Airbag Shrapnel as Investigation Drags On

    Driver Hurt by Airbag Shrapnel as Investigation Drags On

    NewsNearly four years ago, the U.S. government's highway safety agency began investigating airbag inflators made by ARC Automotive of Tennessee when two people were hit by flying shrapnel after...

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  • Acquiring a Food Company: 4 Ways to Know if it’s the Right Fit; 4 Tips to Ensure a Smooth Transaction

    Acquiring a Food Company: 4 Ways to Know if it’s the Right Fit; 4 Tips to Ensure a Smooth Transaction

    ArticleCompanies seeking to merge or acquire another company should keep in mind that the process may be time-consuming and expensive. Therefore, it is important to find the right partner and to...

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  • Venezuelan Oil Chief Blames Fire on Opposition

    Venezuelan Oil Chief Blames Fire on Opposition

    NewsVenezuela's oil minister is blaming a fire at an important oil pumping station on opponents of President Nicolas Maduro.Contributed Author: The Associated PressTopics: Oil/Gas

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  • Growing List of All-Star Athletes Invest in Beyond Meat

    Growing List of All-Star Athletes Invest in Beyond Meat

    NewsSome of the biggest names in sports, from Kyrie Irving to Chris Paul, are investing in Beyond Meat after discovering the power of plant-based eating. Contributed Author: Beyond...

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  • What Smartphone Buyers Really Want

    What Smartphone Buyers Really Want

    Data FocusWhen the GSMA Mobile World Congress opens its gates in Barcelona next Monday, we’ll be getting a glimpse at some of the latest innovations in the world of mobile devices.Contributed...

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  • U.S. Automakers to Trump: Don't Slap Tariffs on Imported Cars

    U.S. Automakers to Trump: Don't Slap Tariffs on Imported Cars

    NewsAmerica's auto industry is bracing for a potential escalation in President Donald Trump's tariff war with the world, one that could weaken the global auto industry and economy, inflate car...

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  • Fouled Waters Reveal Lasting Legacy of U.S. Mining Industry

    Fouled Waters Reveal Lasting Legacy of U.S. Mining Industry

    NewsMillions of gallons of water loaded with arsenic, lead and other toxic metals flow from some of the most contaminated mining sites in the U.S. and into surrounding lakes and streams without...

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  • Hormel Foods Announces the Sale of CytoSport to PepsiCo

    Hormel Foods Announces the Sale of CytoSport to PepsiCo

    NewsThe transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals, and is expected to be completed in 30-60 days. Contributed Author: Hormel Foods...

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  • Energizer Announces Smartphone With Most Powerful Battery to Date

    Energizer Announces Smartphone With Most Powerful Battery to Date

    NewsIt sounds unexpected and logical at the same time: Battery maker Energizer announced recently that it will be presenting the phone with the world’s most powerful battery at the 2019 Mobile...

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