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Trump asked his trade office on Monday to consider investigating China for the alleged theft of American technology and intellectual property.
by Jonathan Lemire & Josh Boak, Associated Press
8.15.2017
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Aluminum Shapes laid off 61 workers after workplace safety regulators proposed nearly $2 million in fines for dozens of recent violations.
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8.15.2017
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The United States has never before tried to overhaul a major trade agreement. So analysts aren't sure what will emerge from the talks.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
8.15.2017
2:51pm
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Maine officials say they plan to use $21 million from their settlement on projects that can reduce nitrogen oxide emissions.
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8.15.2017
2:47pm
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One of the nation's largest military shipyards is paying back the federal government in an overbilling settlement.
by The Associated Press
8.15.2017
2:45pm
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More than 180 people have been injured by faulty Takata air bags.
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For 83 years, the company has maintained a manufacturing space in the small town of Nocona, Texas.
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In this episode, propelling satellites with teaspoons of water and a spit-activated battery.
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Federal and state officials are taking steps to alert the trucking industry about what to do as the sky darkens during next week's solar eclipse.
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8.15.2017
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Experiments make up most of the 6,400 pounds of cargo, which should reach the orbiting lab Wednesday.
by Marcia Dunn, AP Aerospace Writer
8.15.2017
9:45am
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Tesla is reportedly looking into a "platoon" system in which numerous driverless trucks follow a lead vehicle.
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8.14.2017
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Chancellor Angela Merkel says she thinks internal combustion engines will eventually have to be phased out.
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8.14.2017
3:26pm
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The White House maintains that the House and Senate will begin considering a detailed tax overhaul after the August recess.
by Josh Boak, AP Economics Writer
8.14.2017
3:24pm
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The revisions would tie tax credits to the number of living-wage jobs created and encourage the company to hire Wisconsin residents.
by Todd Richmond, Associated Press
8.14.2017
3:18pm
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Gov. Roy Cooper announced Friday the company is expanding its plant in Oxford to produce more Elizabeth Arden products.
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8.14.2017
3:15pm
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Industrial output across the 19 countries that make up the eurozone fell in June, official figures showed Monday.
by Pan Pylas, Associated Press
8.14.2017
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German industrial giant Siemens this week debuted an upgraded training center for advanced manufacturing workers in the heart of the Midwest.
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8.14.2017
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No new nuclear plant has been built from scratch in more than 30 years in the United States.
by Matthew Daly, The Associated Press
8.14.2017
10:29am
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President Donald Trump is poised to seek a trade investigation of China for the alleged theft of American technology and intellectual property.
by Jonathan Lemire & Josh Boak, The Associated Press
8.14.2017
10:17am
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A university in the Netherlands has made a car from materials derived from sugar beets and flax to make it easier to recycle.
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8.14.2017
10:07am
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Hoping to capitalize on companies' desire for vacant land, Detroit is undertaking a land-mapping analysis to identify vacant and under-utilized parcels.
by Corey Williams, The Associated Press
8.14.2017
10:03am
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Although scenario planning for a border tax is critical, it’s also important to realize that a border tax is far from inevitable.
by Ambrose Conroy
8.11.2017
2:04pm
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Trump and his environmental agency chief have complained that federal regulations are often too onerous and stifle the growth of American businesses.
by Michael Biesecker, Associated Press
8.11.2017
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Steelworkers voted this year to accept lower benefits if it meant protecting jobs.
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8.11.2017
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Martin Schulz said in an interview published Friday that binding quotas would help support electric car technology.
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8.11.2017
1:39pm
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Cruise is letting some of their employees order test rides around San Francisco in their self-driving cars.
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8.11.2017
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The Air Force earlier this year invited the aerospace industry to propose planes that would meet the need for a small, low-cost aircraft.
by Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press
8.11.2017
1:32pm
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Nissan officials called the deal a "win-win" for both the automaker and its subsidiary.
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8.11.2017
10:45am
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Millions of eggs have been destroyed or pulled from supermarket shelves since July 20.
by Lorne Cook, The Associated Press
8.11.2017
10:42am
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The Trump administration is pressing to bring labor and environmental regulations into the main body of NAFTA's text.
by Mark Stevenson, The Associated Press
8.11.2017
10:37am