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The maker of Cheerios cereal and other packaged foods posted revenue of $3.81 billion in the period.
by The Associated Press
10:08am
6.28.2017
A prominent activist investor this week recommended significant structural changes to boost the profitability of the world's largest food company.
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10:24am
6.27.2017
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Syngenta vowed to appeal the verdict favoring four Kansas farmers representing roughly 7,300 growers from that state.
by Jim Shur, AP Business Writer
3:01pm
6.23.2017
On Thursday, Tesla confirmed that it was considering opening an electric vehicle manufacturing facility in the Shanghai region of China.
2:52pm
6.22.2017
SF Motors plans to keep all the plant's roughly 430 workers.
by The Associated Press
10:34am
6.22.2017
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HPFabrics will spend nearly $4 million to upgrade a closed textile plant in Winston-Salem.
by The Associated Press
3:00pm
6.20.2017
The U.S. Navy will pay Huntington Ingalls Industries $3 billion to design and build an amphibious assault ship.
by The Associated Press
3:05pm
6.19.2017
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Technology giant Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion.
by CNNMoney
11:08am
6.19.2017
A congressional watchdog report recommended the U.S. Navy develop a new cost estimate for a future aircraft carrier being built in Virginia.
by The Associated Press
3:19pm
6.16.2017
United Parcel Service trucks started rolling again Thursday.
by Paul Elias & Sudhin Thanawala, The Associated Press
2:48pm
6.15.2017
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A UPS driver who opened fire during a meeting with co-workers had filed a grievance that he was working excessive overtime.
by Paul Elias & Sudhin Thanawala, The Associated Press
10:36am
6.15.2017
From motor vehicle parts to plastic products to chemicals and electronic instruments, the U.S. spreads its top manufacturing industries far and wide.
by Bid On Equipment
10:07am
6.15.2017
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Corsa Coal Corp. will supply coal used in making steel and is expected to generate up to 100 fulltime jobs.
by Dake Kang, The Associated Press
3:17pm
6.13.2017
The energy-efficient facility uses automation and machine learning to grow delicious vegetables year-round.
by CNNMoney
3:04pm
6.13.2017
John Flannery, president and CEO of the conglomerate's health care unit, will take over the post in August.
by The Associated Press
9:50am
6.12.2017
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The Italian tire manufacturer is suspending production in the crisis-wracked country.
by The Associated Press
11:02am
6.8.2017
A Chinese tire manufacturer plans to invest $1 billion in a South Carolina plant.
by The Associated Press
10:35am
6.7.2017
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The electric car brand is sold through a direct-to-customer model, rather than the franchise dealership relationships other auto manufacturers use.
by The Associated Press
10:20am
6.7.2017
The company, whose name stands for Pittsburgh Plate Glass, is selling the last of its fiberglass business to Nippon Electric Glass Co.
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3:23pm
6.6.2017
Toyota reportedly severed the last of its ties with Tesla last year as both companies dramatically expand their efforts in electric vehicles.
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11:05am
6.6.2017
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Many big companies in industries such as autos and aviation have already committed to reducing emissions and are spending billions to do it.
by David Koenig, AP Business Writer
2:47pm
6.5.2017
SpaceX launched its first recycled cargo ship on Saturday, yet another milestone in its bid to drive down flight costs.
by Marcia Dunn, AP Aerospace Writer
10:44am
6.5.2017
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A deal between Frontline and Gener8 Maritime would create the world's largest fleet of crude oil tankers.
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2:27pm
6.2.2017
John Deere will pay almost $5 billion to buy Wirtgen, a maker of pavers, compacters and other machinery used in road construction.
by The Associated Press
3:20pm
6.1.2017
A company in Switzerland has just opened the first commercial CO2 capturing plant.
by CNNMoney
10:09am
6.1.2017
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Japanese technology giant Toshiba Corp.'s last-gasp strategy for staying afloat may buy the company time but is no cure-all.
by Yuri Kageyama, AP Business Writer
10:36am
5.31.2017
The site of the U.S.'s worst commercial nuclear power accident will shut down in 2019 without a financial rescue from Pennsylvania.
by Marc Levy, The Associated Press
10:32am
5.30.2017
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As the coal industry has fallen on lean times, so too have the businesses that supplied the mines.
by Michael Virtanen, The Associated Press
10:19am
5.30.2017
The suit alleged that tobacco retailers located on upstate reservations were given price discounts for shipping in volume.
by Tom McElroy, The Associated Press
10:14am
5.26.2017
Prosecutors say a Chinese company paid Houston-based employees of an engineering company to steal formulas on a type of foam used in offshore drilling.
by The Associated Press
2:31pm
5.25.2017
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