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Auto Industry Faces more Setbacks due to Limited Supply from Russia

Auto Industry Faces more Setbacks due to Limited Supply from Russia

GERMANY - BMW has halted production at two German factories. Mercedes is slowing work at its assembly plants. Volkswagen, warning of production stoppages, is looking for alternative sources for parts. "You only need to miss one part to not be able to make

April 4th, 7:44 AM PDT
Russians Still able to get a 'Big Mac' Despite Sanctions

Russians Still able to get a 'Big Mac' Despite Sanctions

MOSCOW, Russia - Despite the temporary departure of McDonald's restaurants from Russia, diners are still able to buy their fast food because a number of outlets owned by franchisees remain open. According to Russian media, while the majority of McDonald's

March 31st, 9:17 AM PDT
Beer Maker Pulls out of Russia but Maintains Commitment to Workers

Beer Maker Pulls out of Russia but Maintains Commitment to Workers

RUSSIA - One of the latest companies to enact sanctions against the Kremlin is Dutch beer maker, Heineken. So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen dasvidaniya.

March 29th, 8:35 AM PDT
Starbucks Says it Wants Union Bargaining to Begin

Starbucks Says it Wants Union Bargaining to Begin

The Seattle coffee giant said it sent letters to 238 stores offering a three-week window in October to start negotiations.

2 hrs 43 mins ago
Musk Faces Deposition by Twitter Lawyers Ahead of October Trial

Musk Faces Deposition by Twitter Lawyers Ahead of October Trial

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is scheduled to spend the next few days with lawyers for Twitter in preparation for an October trial.

4 hrs 33 mins ago
US Case Against JetBlue and American Airlines Heads to Court

US Case Against JetBlue and American Airlines Heads to Court

The Justice Department and six states are suing American and JetBlue to break up their partnership in the Northeast, namely New York and Boston.

5 hrs 1 min ago

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Starbucks says it wants union bargaining to begin

Starbucks says it wants union bargaining to begin

Starbucks says it wants to start contract negotiations next month at 238 U.S. stores that have voted to unionize.

3 hrs 57 mins ago
Global Citizen Festival generates $2.4 billion in pledges

Global Citizen Festival generates $2.4 billion in pledges

The 10th anniversary of the Global Citizen Festival, which included performances from Metallica, Mariah Carey and Usher, generated more than $2.4 billion in commitments to fight extreme poverty and disease.

7 hrs 42 mins ago
Insider Q&A: FDA official on vaping's "promise or peril"

Insider Q&A: FDA official on vaping's "promise or peril"

The new chief at the Food and Drug Administration's tobacco center has inherited a raft of problems.

5 hrs 12 mins ago
EU, US question Serbia's EU commitment after Russia deal

EU, US question Serbia's EU commitment after Russia deal

The European Union and the U.S. have questioned Serbia’s commitment to join Europe’s 27-nation bloc after Belgrade signed an agreement with Moscow pledging long-term “consultations” on foreign policy matters amid the Russian aggression in Ukraine.

6 hrs 22 mins ago
Bank of England fails to reassure markets after pound plunge

Bank of England fails to reassure markets after pound plunge

The British pound has resumed a slide that picked up pace last week after the U.K.’s new government outlined plans to cut taxes and boost spending.

16 hrs 55 mins ago
Pfizer seeks to expand omicron booster to 5- to 11-year-olds

Pfizer seeks to expand omicron booster to 5- to 11-year-olds

Pfizer is asking the Food and Drug Administration to expand use of its updated COVID-19 booster shot to children ages 5 to 11.

9 hrs 37 mins ago
Belgian justice minister under protection over kidnap plot

Belgian justice minister under protection over kidnap plot

Belgium’s justice minister remains under protection after four people suspected of taking part in an alleged plot to kidnap him were arrested in the Netherlands over the weekend.

13 hrs 57 mins ago
Denmark reports leak in gas pipeline in Baltic Sea

Denmark reports leak in gas pipeline in Baltic Sea

Denmark’s maritime authority says a gas leak had been observed in a pipeline leading from Russia to Europe underneath the Baltic Sea and could pose a danger to shipping traffic.

7 hrs 12 mins ago

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