Sugar tax initiates fierce debate on the subject

Sugar tax initiates fierce debate on the subject

The decision by the government to impose a sugar tax on certain products are sparked a fierce debate over its effectiveness.

WHO says Ebola not a world health emergency any longer

WHO says Ebola not a world health emergency any longer

The World Health Organization has announced on Tuesday thatthe Ebola outbreak in West Africa is no longer an international health emergency.

A U.S. bankruptcy Judge Approves Sale of Haggen Stores to Albertsons

A U.S. bankruptcy Judge Approves Sale of Haggen Stores to Albertsons

On Tuesday, a U. S. bankruptcy judge approved the sale of several Haggen grocery chain stores to Albertsons. That ends dismantling the bankrupt Washington-based company.

Early last year, Haggen grew its size after buying 146 stores from Safeway and Albertsons. The sales were a result of Federal Trade Commission's push to Safeway and Albertsons to unload some stores before they could move in for a merger. What Haggen had thought will be a competition for Albertsons actually became a matter of heartburn for the company and they once again go back to Albertsons.

Pest Control Company Terminix Agrees to Pay $10 Million Fine for Illegally using Highly Toxic Chemical

Pest Control Company Terminix Agrees to Pay $10 Million Fine for Illegally using

According to federal officials, Terminix, the pest control company has agreed to pay $10 million to settle a case that alleged the company for illegally using a pesticide in the U. S. Virgin Islands which contained a "highly toxic" chemical.

More than one year back a family of four members vacationing in the U. S. Virgin Islands were taken ill when the unit below them was fumigated.

Reportedly Boeing Plans to Trim 4,000 Jobs by June with More to Come by the Year End

Reportedly Boeing Plans to Trim 4,000 Jobs by June with More to Come by the Year

Reportedly, Boeing is expected to trim about four thousand jobs by June. The report says, the job cuts at Boeing include executives and managers and will be a combination of voluntary buyouts and attrition.

The report says, about 1,600 employees will require to opt for the buyouts. The company will resort to layoffs in case enough employees do not volunteer for the buy outs.

Health minister announces 100 new nurse training places in Northern Ireland

Health minister announces 100 new nurse training places in Northern Ireland

The health minister Simon Hamilton has said that the authorities will set up one hundred new nurse training placesin Northern Ireland.

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Residents and Businesses of Tornado Struck Areas can Avails Low Interest Loans

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Tesla Motor’s Model S Suspension Related Issues Draws some Negative Remarks

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Thousands gather for the opening day of Coronet Peak

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Trucker driver on trial for accident that killed cyclist, had blind spots

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Three Yacht crew members saved 500km off New Zealand

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BBB Releases Tips for Donors to Make Sure Donations are Used Appropriately

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Baidu Trims Sales Outlook for the Second Quarter, Shares Slip

Shares of Baidu dropped five percent during the after-hours trading to $154.99 following the cuts in the company's second-quarter revenue estimates.

Crude Oil Futures Drop with Growing Concerns Regarding Global Growth and Brexit

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Elon Musk Offers More Information on Tunnels Project for Solving Traffic Congestion

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Reed Hastings Condemns President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings presented his point against the executive order passed by President Trump to ban entry of people from seven Muslim-dominated countries.

Firefighters dose fire in TeAtatu South suburb of Auckland

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