Toyota and Mazda to Build Factory in US

  Toyota Motor Corp and Mazda Motor Corp have announced plans to build a $1.6 billion assembly plant within the

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Mercedes Parent Daimler Issues Recall

  Recently  Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler announced a voluntary recall across Europe in an effort to cut harmful emissions. Daimler,

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UK’s Credit Card Surcharges Ban

  The UK government recently announced that come January 2018, the surcharges that have been added to credit card transactions

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US Increased Exports of LNG

  For a number of years now Qatar and Australia have been the leading exporters of natural gas throughout the

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Tesla’s to Build World’s Biggest Lithium Ion Battery

  Elon Musks’ Tesla, in collaboration with French renewable energy firm Neoen, has announced their intent to build the world’s

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Blue Apron’s Slashed IPO Range

  Blue Apron took a hit to its valuation on Wednesday, when the company announced a reduced price range for

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World’s Biggest Coal Company Closes 37 Mines

  Coal India recently announced that by March 2018 they will be closing 37 mines because the mines are no

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Amazon to Buy Whole Foods

  On Friday, Amazon announced their purchase of Whole Foods in a $13.7 billion deal; amazons largest acquisition to date.

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Drop in World Coal Production

  Production of coal dropped by a record amount in 2016 according to data from British Petroleum’s (BP) annual review

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US and Mexico Sugar Trade Talks

  On Monday, US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross extended the deadline for trade negotiations between the United States and Mexico.

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