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Boeing suffers 2nd consecutive month with no airline orders

Boeing suffers 2nd consecutive month with no airline orders

Boeing had no orders for new airliners in October, its second consecutive month, and orders for 37 of its Max jets came off the books as the company continues to struggle with the grounding of the Max and a pandemic that has crippled the airline indu
Ford adding 350 jobs at 2 plants to make electric vehicles

Ford adding 350 jobs at 2 plants to make electric vehicles

DETROIT — Ford plans to add 350 jobs at two factories to meet expected demand for electric vehicles that haven't gone on sale yet.

Taiwan processor chip maker to set up $3.5 billion U.S. arm

TAIPEI, Taiwan — A Taiwanese maker of processor chips for Apple Inc. and other customers plans to invest $3.5 billion to set up its second U.S.
EU files antitrust charges against Amazon over use of data

EU files antitrust charges against Amazon over use of data

LONDON — European Union regulators filed antitrust charges Tuesday against Amazon, accusing the e-commerce giant of using its access to data from companies that sell products on its platform to gain an unfair advantage over them.
EU negotiators clinch deal on huge budget, coronavirus plan

EU negotiators clinch deal on huge budget, coronavirus plan

BRUSSELS — After months of wrangling, European Union negotiators reached an agreement Tuesday on the bloc’s next seven-year budget and a sorely-needed coronavirus support package worth a total of some 1.8 trillion euros ($2.
Chinese shoppers splurge in world's largest shopping fest

Chinese shoppers splurge in world's largest shopping fest

HONG KONG — Chinese consumers are expected to spend tens of billions on everything from fresh food to luxury goods during this year’s Singles’ Day online shopping festival, as the country recovers from the pandemic.
US job openings rise slightly in September, hiring slips

US job openings rise slightly in September, hiring slips

WASHINGTON — American employers advertised slightly more jobs in September but hired fewer people as the U.S. economy struggles to recover from spring's coronavirus collapse. Job postings rose to to 6.44 million in September, up from 6.
'Like riding a bike': Pandemic, commuting and the art of bicycle repair

'Like riding a bike': Pandemic, commuting and the art of bicycle repair

As spring turned to summer amid COVID-19 lockdowns, Brendan Kinnon wanted to get in shape, save money and avoid the crowded Toronto subway he took to work each day.
Asia Today: Shanghai airport worker gets virus; 8,000 tested

Asia Today: Shanghai airport worker gets virus; 8,000 tested

BEIJING — Authorities in China’s financial hub of Shanghai have quarantined 186 people and conducted coronavirus tests on more than 8,000 after a freight handler at the city’s main international airport tested positive for the virus.
Asian stocks rise for 2nd day on coronavirus vaccine hopes

Asian stocks rise for 2nd day on coronavirus vaccine hopes

BEIJING — Asian stock markets rose for second day Tuesday on hopes for progress toward a possible coronavirus vaccine that might allow the world to revive manufacturing, shopping and normal life.
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