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Airbus to sell few Business Units to improve focus

Airbus to sell few Business Units to improve focus

Airbus Group has disclosed its plans to sell a series of business units as its defense and space division is shifting its focus on military aircraft, missiles, satellites and their launch vehicles.

HP and three Subsidiaries Fined for Bribing Officials

HP and three Subsidiaries Fined for Bribing Officials

On Thursday, Hewlett-Packard Company and its three subsidiaries were fined $108 million for bribing foreign officials in Russia, Mexico and Poland.

MasterCard loses battle against EU ban over Card Fees

MasterCard loses battle against EU ban over Card Fees

MasterCard has lost the battle against an EU ban on its cross-border card fees at Europe's highest court on Thursday.

Rise in New Mexico’s Green Chile Demand, but Shrinkage in State’s Chile Industry

Rise in New Mexico’s Green Chile Demand, but Shrinkage in State’s Chile Industry

Green chile harvest in New Mexico is in its full swing. The unmatched quality of New Mexico's signature crop is known across the globe.

US Forecasts Higher Corn, Wheat and Soybean Supplies

US Forecasts Higher Corn, Wheat and Soybean Supplies

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) forecasts higher-than-expected domestic supplies of wheat, corn and soybeans this year.

Starbucks Plans New Store Formats

Starbucks Plans New Store Formats

Starbucks plans to come up with various new store formats and more than 100 boutiques dedicated to the highbrow Reserve brand of small-lot coffees.

CVS Pharmacy stops selling Tobacco for Public Health

CVS Pharmacy stops selling Tobacco for Public Health

CVS Pharmacy, the second largest pharmacy chain in the United States after Walgreens, has stopped selling tobacco for public health.

Telecom industry might be open to blocking access to pirate sites

Telecom industry might be open to blocking access to pirate sites

In a recent submission to the Coalition's copyright infringement discussion paper, Australia's telecommunications industry body Communications Alliance has indicated that the telecom industry might be

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Martian Meteorite Suggests Proof of Life on Red Planet

According to new analysis conducted by researchers who re-examined a meteorite that fell to Earth more than a century ago, possible evidence of life on Mars has been found based on the rock's geologic origins.

The research was carried out by a team of scientists from the UK and Greece including Professor Ian Lyon from Manchester...

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