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Stanley Black & Decker manufacturing center in Fort Mill creates 500 jobs – WSOC Charlotte

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This article was originally published on this site YORK COUNTY, S.C. – Stanley Black & Decker, one of the world’s largest tool and storage companies, is opening a new manufacturing facility in York County, the company announced Thursday. The new operations are projected to bring $31 million in capital investment and lead to the creation…

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Delta has agreed to buy $25 billion worth of Airbus jets – Business Insider

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This article was originally published on this site A rendering of Delta’s A321neo. Delta Delta Air Lines has agreed to a firm order for 100 Airbus A321neo jets. The airline also agreed to an option for an additional 100 A321neos. The total value of the 200 aircraft is $25.4 billion at list prices. Delta Air Lines…

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Tax Bill: Corporate Winners and Losers – Nasdaq

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This article was originally published on this site Shutterstock photo We moved one step closer to the passing of a tax bill last night, when Republican House and Senate leaders reached an agreement on a compromise bill to be put before both chambers of Congress. It is a sad commentary on the modern world, but…

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Target's Acquisition Of Shipt A Good Move But Fresh Food Success Still Elusive In-Store – Forbes

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This article was originally published on this site Target will benefit from the intellectual property of Shipt as well as their delivery service. I am a die-hard Instacart shopper. It has literally changed my life. And when I use the word literally, I mean it.  I have found hours in the week by not having…

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Teva Pharmaceuticals to Cut 25% of Jobs in Huge Reshaping – New York Times

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This article was originally published on this site Advertisement Teva Pharmaceuticals, the world’s biggest maker of generic drugs, said on Thursday that it would cut about a quarter of its work force, or 14,000 jobs, close manufacturing and research facilities and suspend its dividend as it seeks to simplify its structure and reduce its debt….

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US stocks move higher in early trading; oil heads lower – Chicago Tribune

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This article was originally published on this site Gains by technology companies helped send U.S. stocks higher in midday trading Thursday. Retailers also rose after the government said retail sales jumped in November. Health care stocks lagged the market. KEEPING SCORE: The Standard & Poor’s 500 index rose 1 point, or 0.1 percent, to 2,664…

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Teva Shares Spike as Generic Drugmaker Announces Massive Layoffs, Asset Sales – TheStreet.com

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This article was originally published on this site Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (TEVA) on Thursday, Dec. 14, said it will cut 14,000 jobs globally — or more than a quarter of its staff — over the next two years as part of restructuring efforts aimed at lowering its total cost base by $3 billion by…

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Stocks Modestly Higher; These Top Retailers Advance On Bullish Data – Investor's Business Daily

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Stocks Modestly Higher; These Top Retailers Advance On Bullish Data – Investor's Business Daily

This article was originally published on this site The major market averages were modestly higher in early morning trade Thursday. The Dow Jones industrial average paced the indexes with a 0.2% rise, notching a record high. The tech-heavy Nasdaq and the S&P 500 inched 0.1% higher. X Among the Dow Jones industrial components, Walt Disney (DIS) reversed from…

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Andrew Ng Says Factories Are AI's Next Frontier – MIT Technology Review

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This article was originally published on this site Every day, in factories around the world, thousands of people spend hours squinting at tiny circuit boards and other electronic components, looking for imperfections. It’s painstaking work, and Andrew Ng, a leading artificial-intelligence expert who’s already spent years helping tech giants Google and Baidu spread AI across…

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US retail sales surge; weekly jobless claims fall – Reuters

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This article was originally published on this site WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. retail sales increased more than expected in November as the holiday shopping season got off to a brisk start, pointing to sustained strength in the economy that could pave the way for further Federal Reserve interest rate hikes next year. A woman is…

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