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New study suggests staying away from airplane water

You have probably never thought much about the quality of water in an airplane. Maybe it’s time for you to do it. A recent study classifies water served in major…

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GM stops production in Oshawa because of strike in the United States

The assembly of vehicles is suspended until further notice at the General Motors (GM) plant in Oshawa, Ontario, due to the strike of the automaker’s workers in the United States….

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US economy grew 2.1% in third quarter

The United States economy registered a growth of 2.1% in the third quarter, slightly higher than forecast. But many economists argue that the country is slowing in the current quarter….

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Walmart, CVS, Walgreens pull Zantac

Retail giant Walmart has also decided to remove the Zantac heartburn drug from its US stores after a potentially dangerous impurity in the product has been discovered. Walmart noted that…

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Audi will eliminate 9,500 jobs by 2025

Audi will eliminate 9,500 jobs in Germany by 2025 as part of a transformation plan to make the company “efficient and sustainable,” the German automaker said today. The Volkswagen subsidiary…

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American Walmart stores will no longer sell e-cigarettes

Walmart announced Friday that it will stop selling electronic cigarettes in its stores, including Sam’s Clubs, following a series of mysterious illnesses and deaths related to vaping. The largest chain…

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British tour operator Thomas Cook officially declares bankruptcy

The British company Thomas Cook officially declares bankruptcy. The oldest tour operator in the world has failed to find the funds necessary for its survival. “Despite considerable efforts, discussions between…

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Major Canadian Franchise Drops Beyond Meat

They say the chain’s decision should not have a negative impact on Beyond Meat, a California-based company. For JoAnne Labrecque, a marketing professor at HEC Montréal, the chain may have…

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New York turns red with renewed trade tensions

The clues In Toronto, the S&P / TSX ended the session with a gain of 41 points, or 0.25%, to 16,899 points. In New York, the S&P 500 lost 14…

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Connected objects transmit data about the habits of their owners

Most connected devices routinely send behavioral data from their users to third parties, reveals a collaborative study between Northeastern University and Imperial College London. The research team from both universities…

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