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China’s Commerce Ministry has announced it will launch an investigation into whether unfair trade practices were adopted by the European Union in its probe of Chinese companies. It said Wednesday … more
Microsoft has quit its seat on the board of OpenAI, saying its role is no longer needed because the ChatGPT maker has improved its governance since being roiled by boardroom chaos last year. In a … more
Big summer plans that call for big toys require generous towing limits. Several of today’s big SUVs are up to the task, capable of pulling between 8,000 and 10,000 pounds while offering three rows, … more
A union strike launched by railway employees has stopped trains across Sri Lanka. Hundreds of scheduled train journeys were canceled Wednesday due to the strike. Now tens of thousands of passengers … more
China has reported its auto sales slumped in June as the domestic economy remained sluggish, but buoyant exports offset the decline at home. The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said … more
A suspected attack by Yemen’s Houthi rebels has targeted a ship in the narrow Bab el-Mandeb Strait. The attack Wednesday targeted a ship south of Mocha. That's according to the British military’s … more
Unionized workers at Samsung Electronics have declared an indefinite strike to pressure South Korea’s biggest company to accept their calls for higher pays and other benefits. Thousands of members … more
When California’s minimum wage increase went into effect in April, fast food workers across the state went from making $16 to $20 overnight. It's already having an impact, according to local … more
Drivers for ride-hailing companies in Massachusetts are pushing ahead with what they describe as a first-of-its-kind ballot question that could win them union rights if approved by voters. The push … more
China is the world’s largest textile producer and consumer, throwing away 26 million tons of clothes each year, mostly made of unrecyclable synthetics. A recycling factory in Zhejiang province on … more
The ballooning debt in East Africa’s economic hub of Kenya is expected to grow even more after deadly protests forced the rejection of a finance bill that President William Ruto said was needed to … more
China is the world’s largest textile producer and consumer, throwing away 26 million tons of clothes each year, mostly made of unrecyclable synthetics. A recycling factory in Zhejiang province on … more
A company has installed vending machines that sell ammunition in grocery stores in Alabama, Oklahoma, and Texas, raising concerns among gun control advocates. American Rounds company officials say … more
House Republicans have approved two bills rolling back Energy Department efficiency standards for home refrigerators and dishwashers. Republicans called the Biden administration rules expensive and … more
A Southwest Airlines jet that was damaged after experiencing an unusual “Dutch roll” during a flight is back in service. The plane was grounded for more than a month but resumed passenger flights … more
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma, the family that owns it and lawyers for thousands of parties with claims against it are getting ready to work on a new settlement after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected … more
DoorDash says it’s stepping up efforts to identify dangerous delivery drivers and remove them from its platform after a flood of complaints from cities. In a letter sent last month to DoorDash and … more
Delta Air Lines has struck a deal with a start-up airline to operate flights between the United States and Saudi Arabia. Delta and Riyadh Air announced a partnership on Tuesday. Riyadh Air isn't … more
Target says it will no longer accept personal checks from shoppers as of July 15. The Minneapolis-based discounter confirmed the move in a statement to The Associated Press on Tuesday, citing … more
The Senate will pursue a spending increase next year of about 3.4% for defense and 2.7% increase for non-defense programs under a bipartisan agreement reached by the Senate Appropriations Committee. … more
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