• Trump threatens General Motors after announced closures in Midwest

    Trump threatens General Motors after announced closures in Midwest

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    Tesla surpassed 200,000 cumulative EV sales in the US earlier this year, and Bloomberg NEF analysts project that GM will probably exceed that mark this quarter. They say the Chevy cruise is not selling well. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he spoke to Barra on Sunday to express his "deep disappointment" with the closure.
  • New Tariffs Could Hit Laptops, iPhones, Trump Says

    New Tariffs Could Hit Laptops, iPhones, Trump Says

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    Ahead of a meeting where the leaders of the world's two largest economies are widely expected to enter a trade deal, Trump told the Wall Street Journal he expects to raise tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports to 25 percent, calling it "highly unlikely" that he would accept China's request to hold off on the increase.
  • GM Announces Cuts At Car Assembly Plants In Michigan, Ohio, Canada

    GM Announces Cuts At Car Assembly Plants In Michigan, Ohio, Canada

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    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he had spoken to Barra to express his "deep disappointment in the closure" of the plant in the Ontarian town of Oshawa. new vehicle sales. Lordstown Assembly builds the Chevrolet Cruze . The five plants in North America alone employ about 7,000 people now. Consultancy LMC estimates that Lordstown will operate at just 31 percent of production capacity in 2018.
  • Britain Will Head Into Unknown If Brexit Deal Is Rejected: Theresa May

    Britain Will Head Into Unknown If Brexit Deal Is Rejected: Theresa May

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    The hit would be the equivalent of losing the economic output of Wales or the contribution of London's financial services industry, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) said. She announced the vote on the deal will be on December 11. "The idea is to keep trade as friction-less as possible, although that seems unlikely to happen", she added.
  • Tunisians protest over visit by Saudi crown prince

    Tunisians protest over visit by Saudi crown prince

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    Fortunately we have a USA intelligence community that's really good at a lot of us in the first branch of government, the article one branch, the Congress, have heard from the intelligence community and I will be getting another classified briefing on Tuesday about this.
  • Here Are The Best Cyber Monday Deals On Electronics

    Here Are The Best Cyber Monday Deals On Electronics

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    Don't pay for shipping on Cyber Monday: Target is offering free two-day shipping on all orders with no minimum while Best Buy is offering free standard shipping with no minimum. It's Cyber Monday, which means that we're already days into the holiday shopping season. It's not a direct discount like Target's deal, but if you shop at Kohl's frequently, it can really pay off.
  • GM to Cease Production of Chevy Cruze at Lordstown Plant

    GM to Cease Production of Chevy Cruze at Lordstown Plant

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    More than 6,000 factory workers could lose jobs in the USA and Canada, although some could transfer to truck and SUV plants. The factories up for possible closure are part of GM's effort "to right-size our capacity for the realities of the marketplace", as consumers shift away from cars to trucks and SUVs.
  • Bitcoin fell below $ 4,000

    Bitcoin fell below $ 4,000

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    Ironically, some believe involvement from regulators and banks will be the factor to take cryptocurrencies to the next level. That could change over time but [it's] hard to predict . As we have seen, $6k was not the bottom, not even close to it. This represents a 24-hour increase of about 17 percent and translates into a $3.5 billion market cap.
  • Sasse: Trump Is 'Being So Weak' on the Saudis

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    Saudi Arabia at first denied any allegations of murder, but later admitted Khashoggi was killed by "accident". He was also spotted posing for pictures with racegoers at Yas Marina Circuit over the weekend. Khashoggi was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in an operation that Turkish authorities have said was ordered by the highest level of Saudi leadership, prompting the kingdom's biggest political crisis in a generation.
  • It may be harder to find the ideal Christmas tree

    It may be harder to find the ideal Christmas tree

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    He gets his trees from farmers in MI and North Carolina. "I've invested more money this year and I have less trees". The Black Friday sales officially mark the start of the festive season, as shoppers search high streets and online retailers for the best deals.
  • Coli Outbreak has Belize concerned about Lettuce

    Coli Outbreak has Belize concerned about Lettuce

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    The centralized production also means if an outbreak occurs, it becomes widespread as the product is sent all over Canada and the USA, he said. The CDC recommends people, nationwide, to toss their romaine lettuce as it may be contaminated with E-Coli.
  • Black Friday Shoppers Flood Ross Park Mall In Search Of Deals

    Black Friday Shoppers Flood Ross Park Mall In Search Of Deals

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    Thousands of eager shoppers lined up at the entrance of Macy's Herald Square flagship shop in Manhattan, the largest department store in the US, at 5 p.m. Despite Amazon's remarkable success, "many people still want to touch things" in stores before making a purchase and checking out and, if a store makes that experience easier, it will ring up more sales, Haddock said.
  • Flybe shares rocket amid interest from Virgin

    Flybe shares rocket amid interest from Virgin

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    Other names in the frame are Easyjet and Stobart Group. the latter stated an intention to takeover Flybe earlier this year but stopped short after the two airlines were unable to reach agreement on satisfactory terms. Last month, Flybe warned its full-year losses would be £22m, blaming falling consumer demand, a weaker pound and higher fuel costs. Flybe has 78 planes operating from smaller airports including Birmingham, London City, Southampton and Norwich, and flies to destinations ...
  • The best Black Friday deals we've seen at Amazon so far!

    The best Black Friday deals we've seen at Amazon so far!

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    Which? found that waiting until after the Black Friday period would have resulted in a better deal as it was cheaper on at least 60 occasions after, starting with a further £20 discount in mid-December and even dropping to £39.99 for at least 21 days during March and April 2018.