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Boeing supplies first 737 from Chinese finishing station

The 100-hectare completion site in Zhoushan, where workers install interior to the 737s built in Seattle for sale in the Chinese market, are part of the US airline's plan to strengthen the ties to what will soon be the world's largest aviation market. The Chinese factory is the first of its kind for Boeing (BA) outside the United States. It …

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59 people charged with ongoing E. Coli Romaine Salad eruption

Image: Justin Sullivan (Getty) Examination of E. coli Outbreak That Has Visged Dozens and Forbidden Our sweet sweet romaine salad is still on its way, but officials with federal organs investigating the eruption, said this week that they have identified at least one farm in California as the O157: H7 infected strain can be tied. The Center for Disease Control …

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Shell Places 1.6 Gigawatt Bet on US Offshore Wind Energy

Pure power Published on December 15, 2018 | by Tina Casey 15. December 2018 by Tina Casey President * Trump touched a hornet nest when he grew up oil and gas research along the Atlantic coast, but in the meanwhile, the coal-fired American offshore wind industry is already claiming the demand for the coastal region. In the recent development, Friday …

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After criticism, Robinhood's backtracks on control and saving function

Earlier this week, Stock-Trading app announced Robinhood that it would offer a new feature to users early in 2019: a control and savings account that had no fees associated with it. However, after the operation received strong criticism, the company appears to have withdrawn, saying that it plans to "work closely with regulators when we prepare to launch our cash …

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California farm associated with romaine salad E. coli eruptions remembers additional products

A California farm as federal healthcare staff traced to the recent E.coli outbreak from Romaine salad has recalled additional products "out of an abundance of caution", the plant announced Thursday. Adam Bros. Farming Inc. in Santa Maria has recalled red salad, green lettuce and cauliflower harvested from November 27 to November 30. NO ROMAINE LETTUCE SAFE to eat again, says …

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Chipotle manager turned off employee lost later job

KIRKWOOD, Mo. (WFLA / CNN) – A former Chipotle leader in Missouri demands compensation after she was attacked on the camera and later lost her job. Rebecca Foth was General Manager of a Chipotle in Kirkwood, a suburb of St. Louis. She has video of another employee who confrontes her and hits her at the restaurant earlier this month. Foth …

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How technology is changing entertainment

The Future of Entertainment Rolling Stone Whether it's music, movies or television, technology is changing rapidly the ways we experience entertainment. Rolling Stone offers a look at a number of ways such as AI, social media and more are changing the landscape, including how Taylor Swift concert organizers used facial recognition to track her stalkers. Source link

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Workers protest outside Minnesota Amazon Warehouse – TechCrunch

Yesterday afternoon, Somali-American workers marched outside the Amazon Shakopee, Minnesota Fulfillment Center, and chanted "hear our voice." Estimates of the exact number of marches vary from source to source, but the Minneapolis Star Tribune sets it at around 100. It is a well known renunciation of the company, after years of reports of questionable working conditions. Some of it came …

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