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California City approves a 25-cent charge for disposable cups

Disposed cups in a trash can, seen on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 in Berkeley, California. Berkeley has approved a 25-cent tax on disposable cups, which city officials say is part of an effort to remove garbage from restaurants. The city council voted unanimously on Wednesday to approve the regulation, which also forced restaurants to provide containers that were composting by …

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Why Ford's operating profit fell 28% in 2018 – The Motley Fool

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) reported a loss of 116 million dollars for the fourth quarter, which is more than the explanation related to pensions. But the company said fourth-quarter operating earnings, excluding retirement and other lump sums, fell 28 percent from the previous year to $ 1.5 billion in a sharp decline in China and Europe. Ford's year-over-year profit, …

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BuzzFeed will cut 15% of its workforce

BuzzFeed plans to release about 15 percent of its workforce, according to people familiar with the situation, as the company aims to reorient itself to a shifting digital media landscape. The cut could affect about 250 jobs, – people said. The company, among the most popular digital publishers, also seeks to reorient its resources to invest more in promising business …

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The surprise inventory of raw materials sends the butter down

The US Petroleum Institute (API) reported a major surprise crude oil inventory of 6.55 million barrels for the week ending January 18, compared to analysts' expectation that we will see a small reduction in crude oil reserves 42,000 barrels. API last week reported that they downloaded 560,000 barrels. A day later the EIA showed that stocks had withdrawn 2.7 M …

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Verizon Media Group released 800 people

Breaking News Emails Receiving alarm news and special reports. The news and stories that matter gave morning on weekdays. January. CNBC.com From Sara Salinas, CNBC and Ryan Ruggiero, CNBC Verizon Media Group – formerly renowned as The dismissals affect about 800 employees of the Verizon division and follow payouts to the company in December. and we will ensure that our …

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Amazon launches a new self-drive delivery called the Scout

Amazon releases a new self-drive device called the Scout, and is delightful. div> div: pg: first-child "/> The scout is the size of a small cooler The device is currently in operation in Snooshish County, Washington, -the new development of Amazon's growing logistics business and the sweetest solution for the last mile "Devices will track their delivery route autonomously but …

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