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The national retail list for JBS salmonella beef recall

Florida Winn-Dixie Stores and California Chains Save Mart and Food Maxx was included in the list of stores that may have received some for the 6.9 million pound beef recalled on salmonella issues Wednesday. As with the retail list for Cargill E. coli-linked beef recall, expect adjustments and additions in the next few days. The beef that JBS Tolleson recalled …

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The Uber driver who committed suicide was depressed of his fault

A Uber driver threw himself in front of a Manhattan subway station this week, the seventh hacking – and first to work for taxi rides – committing suicide in just under a year. Fausto Luna jumped in front of a forthcoming A-175th Street train and Fort Washington Avenue in Washington Heights on Monday, the authorities said. Luna, 58, in Washington …

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Amazon workers are shared as companies raise minimum wages | Business

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. • Almost no workers complained this week at the meeting with all hands after lunch at this Amazon follow-up center outside Nashville when a plant manager announced that the company's minimum wage climbed up to $ 15 an hour. Instead of celebrating, many workers put their hands up to ask questions and express deep frustration, according to five …

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Here are the dealers who have submitted bankruptcy so far this year

Almost a dozen retailers – including department stores and forest brands – have filed for bankruptcy protection so far this year, shutting down many of their stores – if not all. The tempo is slower than last year when more than 20 dealers including Toys R Us, Hhgregg and Gymboree filed for bankruptcy. But it is no less painful for …

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Mattress Firm bankruptcy shows Americans hate mattress shopping – Quartz

Mattress Firm, the largest seller of mattresses in the United States and most proverb companies was filed for bankruptcy protection yesterday (5 October). It had been reported in August to investigate bankruptcy proceedings and change its money losing stores. Houston-based Mattress Firm was founded in 1986 and had sales of over $ 3 billion. But the company predicted to lose …

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Amazon workers are shared as companies raise minimum wages

Instead of celebrating, many workers put their hands up to ask questions and express deep frustration, according to five employees at the facility. They asked why people who had worked in the company's warehouse for years would pay in the same way as new employees and temporary vacation help, according to the workers. "People seemed to really bumble out because …

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Check your refrigerator and garage for all these things that are revoked this week

About 6.9 million pounds of beef products were recalled this week as they may be contaminated with salmonella, said the US Department of Food Safety and Inspection Service. Arizona-based meat producer JBS Tolleson Inc. recalled the products sold nationwide under trademarks including Walmart, Cedar River Farms Natural Beef, Showcase, Showcase / Walmart and JBS Generic. Fifty-five salmonella salmon cases were …

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Manufacturing expert says that spyware can infect malware in servers

Can Chinese spies restrict infected harmful chips in computer circuits sold in the United States to the military, Apple and Amazon? There is a wild opportunity to think about – but that's exactly what Bloomberg reported in a deeply-reported investigation story this week. It was argued that a supplier named SuperMicro, which manufactures the motherboard, was infiltrated by the spies …

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Florida gas station owner microwave signal: "Do not warm urine"

JACKSONVILLE, FL. – An owner at the Florida Gas Station says she is fighting a bizarre problem – customers using the microwave to heat urine. Parul Patel, who owns a BP petrol station and convenience store in Jacksonville, told WTLV she is "sick and tired" of "random people walking [in]" and it happens every day. " It has become so …

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Elon Musk's SEC twitter taunts may come back

The settlement between Tesla and the US Securities and Exchange Commission stipulates that CEO Elon Musk is no longer free to tweet. But on Friday, Musk fired another twist-the-consequences tweet, called the SEC "shortseller anrichment committee." What gives? Although the Music Twitter post seems to break the spirit of the latest deal, the SEC is largely powerless to stop Musks …

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