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  • Tesla Inc (TSLA) Battery Packs to Become Safer with New Patent

    Tesla Inc (TSLA) Battery Packs to Become Safer with New Patent

    Economia

    Several Tesla engineers worked on the new system, including Kurt Kelty, Tesla's longtime director of battery technology. Furthermore, it was found that while spending hundreds of thousands on a vehicle that has so many problems would really have a dramatically negative impact on sales and brand perception, experts say that it looks like that Tesla seemingly has been immune from such disenchanted customers.
  • Pepsi And Coke Pulling Large Bottles From Philly Stores Over Soda Tax

    Pepsi And Coke Pulling Large Bottles From Philly Stores Over Soda Tax

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    Pepsi has chose to pull 2-liter bottles and 12-packs of its products from Philadelphia grocery store shelves and lay off workers as a result of the city's new tax on sweetened drinks. "Our full portfolio of beverages in all package sizes will still be available outside the city". Jim Kenney, the Mayor of Philadelphia, says that the soda industry was already starting to lean toward smaller drink sizes before the soda tax went into effect.
  • Traders Spotlight: Cerulean Pharma Inc. (NASDAQ:CERU)

    Economia

    The Company now has Insider ownership of 1.3 Percent and Institutional Ownership of 40.9 Percent. Many research firms have provided their ratings on Cerulean Pharma Inc . While it's Return on Investment (ROI) value is 0%. After multiple trial failures, Waltham-based cancer drug developer Cerulean Pharma is laying off its employees, selling its lead drugs and merging with a San Diego biotech.
  • United States bans electronic devices on some airlines

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    A tweet from Saudi Airlines and one - subsequently deleted - by Royal Jordanian airlines informed their customers of the imminent ban. The Guardian has reported , however, that Saudi Arabia's Saudia Airlines will also be named as an affected airline.
  • Payless Could File Bankruptcy in a Matter of Days

    Payless Could File Bankruptcy in a Matter of Days

    Economia

    Payless ShoeSource is owned by Golden Gate Capital and Blum Capital Partners. Payless Shoesource is an worldwide company founded in Topeka in 1956. The company has about $665 million in debt, according to Reuters . Zhenmao Zheng, vice chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission for the Republic of China, told Taiwan's United Daily News that if Payless is unable to pay its debt, dozens of "companies that have business with Payless [could] go bankrupt".
  • Bebe looking to close all its stores, including the Summit

    Bebe looking to close all its stores, including the Summit

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    A consumer shift to the internet has contributed to several retail bankruptcies this year, including those of HHGregg Inc., Gordmans Stores Inc. and RadioShack. It's unclear exactly when the stores will close, but Bebe announced it would start closing some stores this year. Manny Mashouf, the Founder and Chairman of the company, opened the first Bebe boutique in San Francisco in 1976.
  • Scammer Tricked Two US Tech Companies Into Wiring $100 Million, Officials Say

    Scammer Tricked Two US Tech Companies Into Wiring $100 Million, Officials Say

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    According to the criminal complaint, Rimasauskas posed as a computer hardware manufacturer by creating his own company, registered in Latvia, with the same name as a legitimate one in Asia. According to allegations filed in the indictment , the conman swiftly proceeded to disperse the stolen cash to various accounts across the globe, including Latvia, Cyprus, Slovakia, Lithuania, Hungary, and Hong Kong.
  • 2 critically hurt in Wisconsin shooting

    2 critically hurt in Wisconsin shooting

    Economia

    WSAU has received reports of an active shooter in Weston, with police communications describing an officer down. DC Everest Schools were locked down as a precaution but that was lifted shortly after 4 p.m., except for two schools closest to the Aspen apartments, Those students were to be bused to another school about 5 p.m., Baeten said.
  • Brantano: collapse of shoe retailer puts 1000 jobs at risk

    Brantano: collapse of shoe retailer puts 1000 jobs at risk

    Economia

    It is unknown how many staff are employed in Newport. Founded in Belgium in 1953 it expanded into the United Kingdom by buying 47 Shoe City shops in 1998. Administrator PwC said redundancies would be "inevitable". "The administrators are continuing to trade the business as normal whilst assessing the trading strategy and any interest in parts of the business over the coming days and weeks".