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Boeing Wins $1.49 Billion Order for Surveillance Airplanes
The aircraft are for the U.S. Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force.
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Nestle Says Forced Labor Has 'No Place in Our Supply Chain'
Swiss food giant reacts to allegations it knowingly allowed cat food to contain fish from a Thai supplier suspected of using slave labor.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter
Pentagon Joins Silicon Valley in Flexible Technology Hub
A plan unveiled Friday called for a new Manufacturing Innovation Institute to work on new kinds of flexible technology that can be used both on the battlefield or for civilian health, smart homes and cities.
Stocks Surge for 2nd Straight Day; S&P 500 up 2.43%
The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 3.7% in the second quarter, much higher than the 2.3% initially estimated.
High-Scoring Tesla Shatters Consumer Reports Record
The P85D earned a 100/100 rating, topping the 99/100 rating of the Tesla S two years ago.
Google Rejects EU Anti-Trust Charges
If found at fault, Google could face a fine of up to 10% of its annual sales. Its sales were $66 billion in 2014.
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Bzzzz! Honey Bee Micro Sensors Might Help Increase Insect's Population
Australian scientists turn to tiny technology — sensors that measure just 2.5 millimeters and weigh 5.4 milligrams — to solve a population problem and perhaps lift the lid on new tech possibilities.
Total Refinery pipelines in Belgium.
French Oil Giant Sells North Sea Gas Assets Worth $900 Million
The massive sale of a gas terminal and two pipelines represents about 10% of Total's planned $10 billion assets selloff over the next couple years.
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Chinese Energy Giants Profits Fall on Low Oil Prices
PetroChina, Sinopec, CNOOC all plummet during the first half, with 'downward pressure on the economy' still in play for China the rest of the year.
Stock Market Roller Coaster Rides on After China's Rate Cut
Europe's main stock markets fell, as U.S. stocks surged higher in morning trading.
China, Japan Battle to Build Indonesia's First Bullet Train
The Asian powers have battled for months for the contract to build the Indonesian train, and the result should come soon: Indonesian president Joko Widodo is expected to announced the decision August 31.
Toyota logo on a grille.
Toyota Will Restart Tianjin Operations After Blasts
The factory will start again Friday, more than two weeks after the initial explosions that killed more than 130 people and injured close to 800 more.
Oil Service Giant Schlumberger Buys Cameron for $14.8 Billion
The deal combines reservoir and well technologies with surface, drilling, processing and flow control technologies, and should bolster Schlumberger's position in the industry.
World's Second-largest Memory Chip Maker to Invest $38 Billion in New Plants
World's Second Largest Memory Chip Maker to Invest $38 Billion in New Plants
SK Hynix announced the opening of a new plant near Seoul and will open two more in South Korea over the next 10 years.
Chinese Smartphone Market Expected to Cool This Year
Up 19.7% last year, the market is predicted to grow only 1.2% in 2015.
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