Consumer Staples News
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List of Consumer Staples News
Boeing will open new assembly line to build 737 Max planes
Boeing is trying to ramp up production of its 737 Max to take advantage of a backlog in orders for the jet
Rashada case in Florida highlights issues in NIL, recruiting
Using name, image and likeness compensation to recruit college athletes is still very much against NCAA rules
For Trump, Georgia election case just one of many legal woes
An investigation in Georgia looking into efforts by Donald Trump and his allies to overturn his 2020 election defeat is among a number of cases...
France, Australia to supply Ukraine with artillery shells
France and Australia have announced plans to jointly produce and send several thousand 155-millimeter artillery shells to Ukraine
Germany pledges $222 million for Brazil environment, Amazon
Germany announced on Monday that it would make 204 million euros ($222 million) available for environmental policies in Brazil
Ford cuts price on Mustang Mach-E after Tesla trims prices
Ford is cutting prices on its Mustang Mach-E electric SUV by as much as $6,000 just weeks after market leader Tesla made similar moves
Fed, set to impose smaller hike, may hint of fewer increases
The Federal Reserve is poised this week to raise its benchmark interest rate for an eighth time since March
French finance minister backs pension push, UAE's COP28 pick
Trying to sell France to Emirati investors, France’s finance minister has highlighted what he described as the business-friendly overhaul of...
In the West, pressure to count water lost to evaporation
More than 10% of the water carried by the Colorado River evaporates, leaks or spills as the 1,450-mile powerhouse of the West flows through the...
TV anchors T.J. Holmes, Amy Robach leave ABC amid romance
Kimberly Palmer: How to safely use payment apps
Scams are common on peer-to-peer payment apps, but you can keep your money safe by avoiding questionable payment requests that may be fraudulent,...
German economy shrank 0.2% in Q4, worse than expected
Official figures show that Germany’s economy shrank by 0.2% in the fourth quarter compared with the previous three-month period
China accuses Washington of abusing export controls
China’s government has criticized U.S. controls on technology exports as a trade violation after Japan and the Netherlands agreed to join...
Biden visit to Baltimore highlights rail tunnel project
President Joe Biden is heading to Baltimore to visit an aging rail tunnel that's slated to be replaced with help from bipartisan infrastructure...
France braces for major transport woes from pension strikes
France’s national rail operator is recommending that passengers stay home if possible Tuesday to avoid labor strikes
Chinese e-retailer JD.com leaving Thailand, Indonesia
Chinese online retailer JD