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  • Woman Hurt in Explosion at Kansas Plant That Makes Batteries

    Woman Hurt in Explosion at Kansas Plant That Makes Batteries

    NewsSaline County Sheriff's Office Capt. Jim Hughes says the 48-year-old woman was cleaning and servicing a machine when the explosion happened just before 6 a.m. Friday at Exide...

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  • Carl’s Jr. to Test CBD-Infused Burger

    Carl’s Jr. to Test CBD-Infused Burger

    NewsThe Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight (CBD) will be available in Denver on April 20, 2019.Contributed Author: CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc. Topics: Ingredients

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  • Is the Supply Chain Ready for Robots?

    Is the Supply Chain Ready for Robots?

    NewsSupply chain automation as a strategy to keep up with consumer demand and reduce costs is no new concept. Contributed Author: Joanie CourtneyTopics: Technology

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  • Michigan Governor Open to Allowing Great Lakes Oil Tunnel

    Michigan Governor Open to Allowing Great Lakes Oil Tunnel

    NewsMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Wednesday that she's open to allowing construction of an oil transport tunnel beneath the channel where Lakes Huron and Michigan meet, despite previously...

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  • Forbes Names Sanderson Farms Among America's Best Employers

    Forbes Names Sanderson Farms Among America's Best Employers

    NewsThis is the first time Sanderson Farms has been recognized by Forbes since it began ranking America's Best Employers in 2015. This is also the first time that a poultry company has made the...

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  • How Samsung Handles Recycling E-Waste

    How Samsung Handles Recycling E-Waste

    ArticleIn late March, Samsung Electronics America announced the company has recycled nearly 276k tons of electronics, diverting them from United States landfills. Staff Author: Megan...

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  • Solar Car Startup Sono to Build in Sweden, Starting in 2020

    Solar Car Startup Sono to Build in Sweden, Starting in 2020

    NewsMunich-based startup Sono Motors plans to build the first mass produced solar electric vehicle in Sweden, starting next year.Contributed Author: The Associated PressTopics: Automotive

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  • Nissan Ex-Chair Ghosn Appeal on Extended Detention Rejected

    Nissan Ex-Chair Ghosn Appeal on Extended Detention Rejected

    NewsJapan's top court said Thursday it has rejected an appeal by former Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn's lawyers against his extended detention after his fourth arrest on allegations of financial...

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  • Wild Bee Species Critical to Pollination on the Decline

    Wild Bee Species Critical to Pollination on the Decline

    NewsMore than a dozen wild bee species critical to pollinating everything from blueberries to apples in New England are on the decline, according to a new study.Contributed Author: Michael Casey,...

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  • Americans Encouraged to Pledge to Work Safely in Recognition of Workers’ Memorial Day

    Americans Encouraged to Pledge to Work Safely in Recognition of Workers’ Memorial Day

    NewsThe National Safety Council is calling on Americans to recognize Workers’ Memorial Day on April 28 by pledging to prioritize safety at work, as well as participating in a virtual candlelight...

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  • Fed Sees Moderate Growth but Problems in Trade and Floods

    Fed Sees Moderate Growth but Problems in Trade and Floods

    NewsThe Federal Reserve said Wednesday the economy was expanding at a moderate pace in March and early April, despite uncertainty caused by trade tensions and severe flooding in the...

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  • U.S. Beef, Poultry, Egg Products Gain Market Access in Tunisia

    U.S. Beef, Poultry, Egg Products Gain Market Access in Tunisia

    NewsIn 2018, U.S. exports of agricultural products to Tunisia exceeded $264 million. Over 90 percent of exports were corn, soybeans, or corn and soy products. Initial estimates are that Tunisia...

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  • Earth, Meet Polo: Ralph Lauren Unveils Plastic Bottle Shirt

    Earth, Meet Polo: Ralph Lauren Unveils Plastic Bottle Shirt

    NewsPolo Ralph Lauren on Thursday launched a version of its iconic polo shirt made entirely of recycled plastic bottles and dyed through a process that uses zero water.Contributed Author: Leanne...

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  • Why It's Almost Impossible to Extract Huawei From Telecom Networks

    Why It's Almost Impossible to Extract Huawei From Telecom Networks

    VideosAllies are under U.S. pressure to shun Huawei. But the company's prevalence in existing telecom networks and dominance in 5G technology make that nearly impossible.Contributed Author: Wall...

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  • Aurora Organic Dairy Officially Launches Missouri Milk Plant

    Aurora Organic Dairy Officially Launches Missouri Milk Plant

    NewsThe Columbia plant is the company’s second milk bottling facility and is expected to have created more than 100 new jobs in the local community by year’s end. Contributed Author: Aurora...

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  • Feds Seek Dismissal of Plutonium Lawsuit; No Quake Concerns

    Feds Seek Dismissal of Plutonium Lawsuit; No Quake Concerns

    NewsThe U.S. Energy Department is asking a federal judge in Reno to dismiss the state's lawsuit challenging plutonium shipments to Nevada, adding that the material at the storage site north of Las...

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  • Trump Administration Seeks to Boost Opportunity Zones

    Trump Administration Seeks to Boost Opportunity Zones

    NewsThe Trump administration on Wednesday proposed new regulations aimed at making it easier for investors to take advantage of tax breaks for investing in "Opportunity Zones" in low-income...

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  • Apple Expands Global Recycling Programs

    Apple Expands Global Recycling Programs

    NewsApple has announced a major expansion of its recycling programs, quadrupling the number of locations U.S. customers can send their iPhone to be disassembled by Daisy, its recycling...

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  • Godiva Moves Beyond Chocolate to Open 2,000 Cafes

    Godiva Moves Beyond Chocolate to Open 2,000 Cafes

    NewsThe cafes mark Godiva's foray into prepared meals. The first one officially opens in Manhattan Wednesday and is part of an ambitious growth plan spearheaded by CEO Annie...

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  • Electric Scooters Have Zipped by Docked Bikes in Popularity

    Electric Scooters Have Zipped by Docked Bikes in Popularity

    News Love them or hate them, electric scooters are everywhere — zipping along city streets and littered on sidewalks, to the dismay of pedestrians and drivers who must share the road.Contributed...

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