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China finds California wine pair alright with a trade war

"There are so many countries producing good wine," he said. "I do not have to buy relatively expensive California wine, I could choose between New Zealand, Australia, Chile and South Africa." And Chinese drinkers have a growing selection of local brands to choose from. Experienced winemakers have been harvesting the grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc for years …

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The new drone from Zipline is the fastest delivery drone in the world and will soon be delivered in the US – Quartz

Some drone startups are trying to revolutionize the way we get pizza or packages. Others try to save lives. Zipline, the California startup that has been flying Rwanda delivery drones since October 2016, announced today (April 3) that it is launching a new drone fleet, which is probably the fastest in the world. The autonomous fixed units have a top …

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Facebook blamed bug for saving deleted videos from users – TechCrunch

Facebook was caught archiving videos that users thought would have been deleted. New York Magazine reported the problem to the company last week after a user downloaded their Facebook archive and was surprised to discover several shots of a video that they thought had been discarded years before when they were shot , Facebook has now apologized for not deleting …

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Do not fret about cancer warning for coffee orders

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Elihu M. Berle sided with a non-profit organization in a lawsuit against Starbucks, Peets, and dozens of other coffee chains, stating that companies that sold coffee passed a governmental bill called Proposition 65 injured 65 calls on companies with at least 10 employees to disclose carcinogenic and toxic chemicals in their products. The lawsuit, …

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Fox says Disney could buy UK Sky News

Updated on April 3, 2018 5:01 pm ET 21st Century Fox Inc. FOX -1.90% said on Tuesday Walt Disney Co. DIS -1.77% was prepared for purchase sky SKYAY 0.22% PLC's news channel, a move that would help Fox consolidate its ownership of European pay-TV operators. The potential sale of Sky News to Disney is Fox's recent attempt to dispel reservations …

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Tesla's have no black boxes, making US crash probes harder

Last month, when a Tesla Inc. Model X crashed into a concrete highway barrier in California, the vehicle's computers contained a wealth of information about the moments that led to the fatal accident. The problem for US accident researchers is that the information was not easily accessible. The data stored on the Tesla is in a proprietary format that only …

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stocks decline as tech, Amazon is selling off; Nasdaq negative for 2018

U.S. Equities fell sharply on Monday, the most recent example of strong intraday volatility, fueled by both uncertainty over trade policy and weakness in the high-capitalization technology and Internet sectors. The weakness of the day was broad-based, with all 11 S & P 500 sectors falling and eight of them shedding more than 2%. There was a particular weakness in …

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Over 7,000 pounds of unprocessed raw beef has been recalled

0 Over 7,000 pounds of unchecked raw beef recalled Officials recall more than 7,000 pounds of raw beef products after federal officials said the meat was made, packaged and sent to businesses and institutions without the benefit of [19659004] >> Read More Trending News US Department of Agriculture food safety and inspection officials said Saturday that PFP Enterprises LLC, which …

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What steel and aluminum tariffs could mean for food we eat

CLOSE Adam Kantrovich, Associate Professor of Clemson University's agribusiness program team, explains how steel and aluminum tariffs could affect items in the grocery store. Adam Kantrovich, associate professor of Agribusiness Program Team for Clemson University, is pictured on Monday, March 26, 2018. [19659005] (Photo: LAUREN PETRACCA PERSONAL) If President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs trigger an international trade war, South …

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Spotify will go public, but its unusual approach carries some risks

Spotify will make its highly anticipated Wall Street debut on Tuesday, potentially raising billions for employees and existing investors, and attracting some heavy weights from Silicon Valley to pursue them in public markets. Spotify's market premiere, however, is unusual. The streaming service, which is traded under the symbol SPOT, bypasses many of the traditional steps of an IPO on Wall …

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