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Fallout from the UAW GM strike continues with the Blazer construction stopped

UAW Local 589 members try to warm up while standing in the rain outside Flint Assembly during strike against General Motors on Wednesday, October 2, 2019. (Photo: Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press) UAW's strike against General Motors continues to affect the car manufacturer's global production even though the two sides have reached a tentative contract agreement. GM has temporarily halted …

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Coca-Cola good for the last drop? The soft drink manufacturer is given a signature mark with java

Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and Vice President Charlie Munger tell FBN's Liz Claman that Coca-Cola should not enter the marijuana business. Coca-Cola Plus coffee and its zero-sugar alternative are part of a growing diversification. of beverages that have helped the company increase sales. Infusion of Brazilian coffee beans into the signature soft drink can be found in over 25 …

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Chick-fil-A's first UK location slated for closure days after opening

BERKSHIRE, England – Shortly after Chick-fil-A opened its first restaurant in the UK, the location is set to close amid pressure from gay rights groups over past donations to anti-LGBTQ groups. Amid calls for boycott , The Oracle shopping center decided eight days after Chick-fil-A opened that "the right thing to do" was to let the restaurant's six-month trial lease …

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Royal Caribbean & # 39; Adventure of the Seas & # 39; requests assistance from the Coast Guard outside the Jersey Shore

CLOSE US. Coast Guard video of a rescue made over Royal Caribbean's "Adventure of the Seas" off the New Jersey Shore on Thursday, October 17, 2019. Erik Larsen, @Erik_Larsen ATLANTIC CITY – A cruise ship's passenger suffered a stroke aboard Royal Caribbean & # 39; s "Adventure of the Seas" & must be flown to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center from …

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Lawmakers criticize Apple's Tim Cook for "censorship" of apps in China

Apple CEO Tim Cook gestures after opening the newly renovated Apple Store on Fifth Avenue on September 20, 2019 in New York City. Kena Betancur | AFP | Getty Images Legislators from both parties in the House and Senate criticized Apple CEO Tim Cook on Friday for "censorship" in the behavior of China. Politicians cited a section last week in …

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Drill giant posts $ 11 billion loss

The world's largest oilfield service provider, Schlumberger (NYSE: SLB), reported a net loss of $ 11.38 billion for the third quarter on Friday, compared to a $ 644 million profit for Q3 2018, after a hefty tax burden of $ 12.7 billion, the latest reported results weighed. The advance charge, driven by market conditions, is almost entirely non-cash and relates …

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How To Efficiently Organise Your Debt For Easier Repayments

For many of us, debt is a fact of life. Whether you have long-term debt in the form of a mortgage or if you have purchased consumer items on credit, most of us will owe money in some form at some point in our lives. This manageable if you have a stable income and spend within your means; however, sometimes …

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