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Tech Companies Push to Solar and Wind, Hurting Coal

Tech Companies Push to Solar and Wind, Hurting Coal

Each time you purchase something through Amazon, or open a photo on cloud, stream a movie or work on a Google doc, you are likely pulling electricity that has been generated by a Virginia solar... 
European Union May Target U.S. Imports in Trade Retaliation

European Union May Target U.S. Imports in Trade Retaliation

The European Union is considering placing tariffs of 25% on close to $3.5 billion in imports from the U.S. if the plan U.S President Donald Trump has for applying duties to aluminum and steel... 
North America President of Ford Raj Nair Sacked

North America President of Ford Raj Nair Sacked

President of Ford North America Raj Nair, an important veteran with the company and one of the first promoted by Jim Hackett the Ford CEO, was ousted Wednesday in an abrupt fashion amidst the... 
Travel Ban Challenge to Be Heard by Supreme Court

Travel Ban Challenge to Be Heard by Supreme Court

On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would hear the challenge of the most recent travel ban implemented by President Donald Trump. Oral arguments on the challenge will be heard... 
Bank of America Profit Hit by Tax Reform

Bank of America Profit Hit by Tax Reform

Bank of America said that a charge from the tax law that was just instituted in the U.S. caused its profit for the quarter to drop 48%, even as it ended 2017 by putting its crisis-era far behind... 
Investigators: Tainted Food Not Recalled Quick Enough by FDA

Investigators: Tainted Food Not Recalled Quick Enough by FDA

According to a new report the Department of Health and Human Services’ inspector general issued, contaminated food is not being removed from stores shelves quick enough. The reports indicated... 
Holiday Gift Returns May Become Part of Your Local Dump

Holiday Gift Returns May Become Part of Your Local Dump

Five billion pounds of holiday gifts will end up being thrown in the trash, according to tech company Optoro that helps big retailers manage returns. The returns are not only unfriendly for the... 
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Power Outage Traps Thousands

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Power Outage Traps Thousands

A power outage on Sunday brought the busiest airport in the world to a halt over the weekend, helping to ruin holiday season travel for many with hundreds of flights already cancelled on Monday. Atlanta’s... 
Breastfeeding Mom Says Spirit Airlines Kicked Her Off Flight

Breastfeeding Mom Says Spirit Airlines Kicked Her Off Flight

Mei Rui, a cancer researchers and concert pianist, was scheduled to take a flight on Spirit Airlines to Newark from Houston last Friday. The trip was to do a recording that was connected with... 
Amazon Studios Suspends Roy Price Following Allegations of Harassment

Amazon Studios Suspends Roy Price Following Allegations of Harassment

Roy Price the chief at Amazon Studios was placed on a leave of absence effective immediately on Thursday announced the company. The move came after allegations that Price had harassed a producer... 
SEC Announces It was Hacked in 2016

SEC Announces It was Hacked in 2016

The United States’ top securities regulator announced on Wednesday that its computer systems were hacked in 2016. Hackers took private information that could have been used for trading. The... 
Anheuser-Busch Stops Production to Provide Water to Harvey Victims

Anheuser-Busch Stops Production to Provide Water to Harvey Victims

Anheuser-Busch, the beer maker has switched to water, well one of the breweries for the beer maker has, and is producing drinking water in cans to be sent to the disaster areas where Hurricane... 
White Supremacist Website Daily Stormer Told By GoDaddy to Leave

White Supremacist Website Daily Stormer Told By GoDaddy to Leave

Daily Stormer the controversial white supremacist website must find a new domain provider after it was given the boot by GoDaddy. The company through a tweet said that it had informed Daily Stormer... 
Ads On Messenger To Be Widely Rolled Out

Ads On Messenger To Be Widely Rolled Out

After conducting tests in Thailand and Australia, Facebook has announced that it will start displaying ads on its Messenger app. In a blog post, the Palo Alto, California-based tech company revealed...