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While they support efforts to fight climate change, the fishing industry says wind farms could dramatically impact how and where they fish.
Poultry processing plants have increasingly relied on immigrant workers to fill jobs with low pay and significant safety risks.
About 49,000 members of UAW struck at 55 General Motors facilities in the U.S. just before midnight Sunday. GM has factories in nine states.
A new antitrust probe of Google symbolizes rising scrutiny of tech-industry giants. But some economists caution that tech policy needs a larger focus.
Kabuki performers take part in the opening ceremony of the Rugby World Cup ahead of the Pool A game between Russia and Japan, at Tokyo Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 20.
Traditional agricultural companies are investing in the surging fake meat market, which some predict will triple in size over the next decade.
Carbon regulations are pushing EU auto companies to invest in electric vehicles, but so far only customers in wealthy countries are interested.
Supermarket operator Albertsons Companies joined Walmart, Kroger, and other retailers asking customers not to openly carry firearms while shopping.
The U.S.-China trade war ratcheted up Sept. 1 with new tariffs. Lessons from the U.S.’s commercial rivalry with Britain 200 years ago still resonate.
When 181 CEOs at the Business Roundtable’s revised their view of a corporation’s purpose, it reflected social changes since the Great Recession.
A Trump proposal to scale back fuel efficiency standards has several key automakers siding with environmentalists in California.
Often the media focus on economic challenges, such as inequality and poverty. That’s important, but so is taking note of real progress.
For soybean farmers, weather is “an uncontrollable.” Now President Trump’s fight with China is, too.
Amid warning signs of recession, economists are taking a look at the endemic circumstances that have brought the world to this point.
Next-generation wireless service will mean smarter homes and faster movie downloads. But it also promises higher prices, less privacy.
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