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Guitar company Gibson reportedly facing bankruptcy
The company, whose Les Paul and SG instruments have been played by generations of musicians, including stars such as Slash, Bob Marley and Carlos Santana, was founded more than 100 years ago in Michigan.
Gibson, Iconic Guitar Company, Said to Be Nearing Bankruptcy  Variety
Iconic guitar company Gibson could be facing bankruptcy  Manx Radio
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Dog food brands recalled over possible euthanasia drug
A drug used to euthanize animals has been found in canned dog food, prompting a recall. Low levels of the drug pentobarbital were detected in cans of Gravy Train dog food produced by the J.M.
JM Smucker recalls some canned dog food that may contain drug  USA TODAY
Dog Food Recall 2018: Pentobarbital Contamination Found In Canned Products ...  International Business Times
Woman Buys Fish From Costco, Finds Live Worm Inside Packaging
A Maryland woman, who bought a pack of fresh wild Atlantic cod from a Costco store, found a live worm inside the pack when she opened it.
Woman buys fish from Costco, finds live worm inside  FOX 11 Los Angeles
Harley-Davidson still to close Kansas City plant despite Missouri delegation plea
MILWAUKEE - Harley-Davidson Inc. said it is standing by its plans to close a motorcycle assembly plant in Kansas City, ending about 800 jobs there, despite a plea by Missouri congressional leaders who reminded Harley of the millions of dollars in ...
Can Trump's Reciprocal Tax Threat Work For Harley-Davidson?  Seeking Alpha
Daimler Drops on Report Software Affected US Emissions Tests
Daimler AG fell after a German newspaper reported U.S. investigators detected software in its Mercedes-Benz diesel cars that might have been designed solely to pass regulatory emissions tests.
German stocks - Factors to watch on February 19  Reuters
Daimler may have cheated on emissions: Bild  MarketWatch
Fight over man's flatulence forces flight to make emergency landing
A plane was forced to land after a fight broke out over a man who allegedly refused to stop breaking wind aboard the plane. (iStock).
Flight forced to land after passenger refuses to stop passing gas, fight ...  Asbury Park Press
Passenger's Repeated Farts Force Airline To Make Emergency Landing  International Business Times
Like Peter Thiel, Tech Workers Feel Alienated by Silicon Valley 'Echo Chamber'
Venture capitalist Peter Thiel, shown at the Republican National Convention in July 2016, recently said he is leaving Silicon Valley for Los Angeles.
The California Dream is tough to afford if you're under 40  The Mercury News
Silicon Valley backlash won't necessarily cause an exodus to Middle America  VentureBeat
Goldman Sees US Interest-Cost Surge on Yield, Deficit Rise
An historic expansion in U.S. borrowing during a period of economic growth, alongside rising bond yields, will cause a surge in the cost of servicing American debt, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. “Federal fiscal policy is entering uncharted ...
Goldman Sachs sees red ink everywhere, warns US spending could push up rates ...  CNBC
European Stocks Falter After Asia Rally; Oil Rises: Markets Wrap
JPMorgan's James Sullivan weighs in on the financial markets and talks about his investment thoughts. European shares struggled to carry forward a rally from Japan and the U.S.
Japan stocks rally amid export growth  Seeking Alpha
Japan logs trade deficit in January, as imports jump 8 pct  The Seattle Times
Global Shares Advance as Investors' Jitters Ease
A currency trader works at the foreign exchange dealing room of the KEB Hana Bank headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 19, 2018.
Asian markets move higher as investors' jitters ease  Greenwich Time
Asian markets move higher as market jitters appear to ease