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Coca-Cola Wants to Be More Environmentally Friendly. Here's How
Earlier this month, Coca-Cola shook things up when it announced a dramatic new redesign for Diet Coke cans in addition to new Diet Coke flavors.
Coca-Cola pledges to recycle all packaging by 2030  BBC News
Coke: We'll Recycle One Can or Bottle for Every One We Sell  FOX40
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This is what's at issue in the Lac-M�gantic trial
Jury deliberations in the trial of three men charged in connection with the Lac-M�gantic railway disaster entered their ninth day on Friday.
Lac-Megantic: The runaway train that destroyed a town  BBC News
Jury Acquits Railroad Employees In Lac Megantic Fire Disaster  NPR
LA Times Publisher Ross Levinsohn to take unpaid leave of absence
Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Ross Levinsohn was placed on an unpaid leave of absence Friday as the paper's parent company, Tronc, investigates allegations of inappropriate conduct while he was an executive at other companies.
What You Need to Know About the LA Times 'Frat House' Scandal  AdAge.com
LA Times CEO Ross Levinsohn under investigation after report on 'frat ...  CNBC
Amazon Raises Monthly Prime Membership Fees By 18 Percent
Two years after Amazon launched monthly Prime memberships, the eCommerce retailer is increasing its monthly membership fees by nearly 20 percent, Recode reported.
Amazon just made a major change — and it forced me to finally cancel my ...  Business Insider
Amazon boosts monthly fee for Prime by $2, maintains yearly rate  Reuters
Delta Air to tighten rules for onboard service animals
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines is tightening the requirements for passengers traveling with onboard service and emotional support animals, the carrier said on Friday, following a sharp uptick in pet-related safety issues in recent years ...
Delta Air Lines: Can It Leave Other Legacy Carriers In The Dust?  Seeking Alpha
Amazon raises monthly Prime membership rate  WPXI Pittsburgh
Amazon HQ2 Shortlist: Details On The 20 Finalists In $5B Sweepstakes
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The biggest losers in Amazon's hunt for its second headquarters  Washington Post
Amazon's Utterly Predictable Game of Musical Chairs  Bloomberg
Congestion pricing scheme floated for Manhattan
File photo: London, Stockholm and Singapore already have congestion surcharges. But calls to impose similar tolls in New York as a way to address gridlock while raising funds for public transportation have been rejected in the past.
Some drivers may be forced to pay up to $25.34 to drive in NYC's busiest ...  Business Insider
Drivers May Pay $11.52 to Enter Manhattan's Congested Areas  Bloomberg
Facebook is asking users to pick which news outlets are 'trustworthy' — and ...
Facebook says it will start prioritizing news from outlets that its users think are "trustworthy." The change comes amid criticism that the social network helps to spread misinformation.
Facebook to start ranking news outlets on community trust  The Hill
Facebook is going to start ranking news sources — once its users tell it ...  Recode
CFTC files charges in two cryptocurrency fraud cases
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) filed charges against two companies for fraud involving the sale of and advice on cryptocurrency investments, the agency said Friday.
Staten Island-based 'CabbageTech' charged with bitcoin-related fraud ...  CNBC
Bitcoin Futures Cop Says It Will Remain on Beat During Shutdown  Bloomberg
Google CEO Sundar Pichai says he does not regret firing James Damore
Google CEO Sundar Pichai responded today to the firing of employee James Damore over his controversial memo on workplace diversity, stating that while he does not regret the decision, he regrets that people misunderstood it as a politically motivated ...
Google execs: Silicon Valley shouldn't make immigration an us-versus ...  Fast Company
Google launches course to train people for IT support jobs  Seattle Times