• General Motors to slash 14,700 jobs in USA and Canada
General Motors to slash 14,700 jobs in USA and Canada

It employs 1,542 employees, including 1,348 hourly union workers. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer described GM's apparent plans as "a devastating blow" for auto workers and marks an end of a long and proud tradition. "We have to find out why, see what can be done and also stand with the families impacted". But the restructuring is also about ma...

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  • GM slashing 15% of N. American jobs, discontinuing several vehicle models
GM slashing 15% of N. American jobs, discontinuing several vehicle models

GM isn't the first to abandon much of its auto market. Dozens of workers were seen walking out of the Oshawa Assembly Plant on Monday morning, with some saying they were very unhappy with news of the planned closure. Sales of the compact vehicle were down 27 percent through September, GM said. It plans to reduce annual capital spending to $7bn ...

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  • Saudi crown prince to visit Bahrain as part of regional tour
Saudi crown prince to visit Bahrain as part of regional tour

A Turkish newspaper also reported on Thursday that CIA director Gina Haspel signalled to Turkish officials that the agency had a recording of a call in which the crown prince gave instructions to "silence" the journalist. After they hear for themselves, they will decide what action to take in the Senate. On the same day, the Finnish Foreign Minis...

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  • Christmas tree lots open in East Tennessee
Christmas tree lots open in East Tennessee

It will take them 3 weeks to cut all of the trees this year. Joel Hare has run a Montana Fresh Christmas Trees in Austin for more than 30 years. Any basic economic class will preach when supply is down, demand and price tend to increase hand-in-hand.

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  • Bitcoin drops below $4000 as the crypto market takes another hefty beatingNaija247news
Bitcoin drops below $4000 as the crypto market takes another hefty beatingNaija247news

Innes said that there wasn't just one smoking gun that has caused the prices of Bitcoin to plummet below the $6,000 range; he said that there were a lot of factors contributing to it. Ethereum (ETH) has lost 9.9% over the last 24 hours and 37% since last week and the price per ETH today is $110. BCH/USD has been clinging to long-term support ...

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  • Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn denies salary fraud charges
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn denies salary fraud charges

It employs about 450,000 people worldwide. But the future of the tie-up is now uncertain as the talismanic Ghosn was seen as the glue binding together a fractious Franco-Japanese alliance with headquarters 10,000 kilometers (6,000 miles) apart.

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  • Coli Outbreak has Belize concerned about Lettuce
Coli Outbreak has Belize concerned about Lettuce

County reporting the most patients. Many major grocery chains have pulled the product from their shelves, but Charlebois said because there hasn't been a formal recall of the product, grocers will be on the hook for the losses. Now, the Center for Disease and Control has released a warning that people shouldn't be eating Romaine lettuce any t...

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  • Black Friday Madness Strikes at US Stores
Black Friday Madness Strikes at US Stores

University Park Mall opened up at 5:00 p.m. Thursday with plenty of shoppers finishing up their thanksgiving dinners early meaning more time to shop. "We're not run-over-people, die-hard shoppers", said Jenkins, a nurse from Lucasville, Ohio.

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  • Flybe shares take off as buyers circle
Flybe shares take off as buyers circle

The Exeter-based carrier is battling challenging conditions in the airline industry and has been hit with falling demand and a £29 million hit from rising fuel costs and the weak pound. carrier Delta Air Lines Inc, access to Flybe's 192 routes serving 14 countries from 75 departure points in the United Kingdom and Europe. Responding to media ...

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  • European Union approves Brexit divorce deal with Britain
European Union approves Brexit divorce deal with Britain

Tory Eurosceptic Nadine Dorries said: "May has capitulated to every single European Union demand". European Union diplomats and officials said there was still no clear breakthrough on Saturday morning, hours before some of the other leaders must set off for Brussels ahead of Sunday's breakfast summit - few will be happy if plans change.

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  • Published the first pictures of the new Range Rover Evoque
Published the first pictures of the new Range Rover Evoque

Tata has already unveiled the SUV and it does look absolutely stunning. However the polarising three-door version isn't returning - for now at least - which also means the even more divisive Evoque Convertible isn't likely to make a comeback either.

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  • Amazon workers strike on Black Friday over working conditions
Amazon workers strike on Black Friday over working conditions

This Black Friday , however, employees of the online commerce behemoth have organized protests across Europe to bring to light the unacceptable working conditions in their warehouses. The demonstrations look meant to not only apply pressure on Amazon to accept collective bargaining but encourage users of its website to think about the wider co...

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  • European Union leaders agree UK's Brexit deal at Brussels summit
European Union leaders agree UK's Brexit deal at Brussels summit

The PM's assurance there was a "bright future" ahead for the United Kingdom failed to satisfy the caller - named only as Michael - and she was forced to answer again. "If there is no deal ... the European Council will most likely not take place". At an extraordinary summit in Brussels , the bloc's 27 heads of state and government took a deci...

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  • U.S. gov pressures allies to ditch Huawei equipment due to 'security risks'
U.S. gov pressures allies to ditch Huawei equipment due to 'security risks'

According to the Wall Street Journal's sources, USA officials have communicated with their government counterparts and telecom executives in allied countries where Huawei's equipment are already being used on a wide scale. Back in February, bosses from six USA intelligence agencies said using a telecoms device from the company could put you at ri...

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  • Japan extends Ghosn detention as Renault holds fire on ousting vehicle boss
Japan extends Ghosn detention as Renault holds fire on ousting vehicle boss

Nissan said its board dismissed Ghosn and fellow representative director Greg Kelly, an alleged co-conspirator, "after reviewing a detailed report of the internal investigation " - the first time Renault had seen key findings. Renault executives are expected to join by video conference. The Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office declined to c...

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  • Tesla slashing prices on cars in China to offset tariffs
Tesla slashing prices on cars in China to offset tariffs

The carmaker had raised the prices of its models in July by around 20 per cent after China imposed an extra 25 per cent tariffs on cars from the United States in response to USA tariffs on Chinese goods. But the company raised its prices in July after Beijing imposed a new 25% tariff on USA cars, retaliating for America's decision to target Chi...

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  • Dolce & Gabbana founders apologise for controversial China campaign
Dolce & Gabbana founders apologise for controversial China campaign

I love China and the Chinese Culture. As social media gives them a megaphone, brands ranging from LVMH's Christian Dior to Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz to apparel chain Gap Inc. On internet giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's Tmall shopping portal, a search for D&G in both English and Chinese returned no results, while a check of JD.com's site al...

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  • Amber Rudd says parliament will stop a 'no deal' Brexit happening
Amber Rudd says parliament will stop a 'no deal' Brexit happening

Asked whether it is not clear that the package will not get through the Commons, Ms Rudd told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "'I don't accept that at all.' But Ms Rudd - who returned to the Cabinet last week following the resignation of Esther McVey - said that if the agreement did fail 'anything could happen".

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  • The history of Black Friday
The history of Black Friday

Traditional early-morning " Black Friday " shopping trips are getting even earlier - in some cases nearly a full day earlier than in the recent past. While many people stay at home and enjoy time with family on Thanksgiving, others like to get a head start on their Black Friday shopping.

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  • Britain's May Announces Agreement With Europe on Brexit
Britain's May Announces Agreement With Europe on Brexit

The deal that will enable us to do this is now within our grasp. Then, May will have to focus on getting her deal through UK Parliament which will be the toughest hurdle yet. Under EU rules, the withdrawal treaty is adopted by qualified majority and not unanimity, so a single state can not block it. EU leaders, however, seek unity on this most po...

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