October 10, 2023

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Why America's strike wave is barely registering on Wall Street

Corporate America is railing against striking workers, claiming unions are demanding too much. Give in, and companies will be less profitable and at a competitive disadvantage, big business has said.  
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Powerball jackpot leaps to $1.73 billion as the prize becomes the second largest in the lottery's history

The Powerball jackpot has soared to a whopping estimated $1.73 billion after no big winner was drawn Monday night, marking the second largest prize in the lottery’s history.  
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More Burger King locations could soon look like this

Burger King has been working to revitalize its brand over the past few years, redesigning everything from its logo to its packaging. The next step: remodeling restaurants.  
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After her husband nearly died from heatstroke, she took her fight to the highest levels

August 2016 was, at the time, the planet’s hottest month on record. In Freehold, New Jersey, where Jim Klenk was driving his usual route for UPS, midday temperatures were hitting highs in the 80s and 90s.  
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Video: We test drove the new Mercedes autonomous 'Drive Pilot' system.

Some drivers of a new Mercedes-Benz S-Class or EQS will be able to take advantage of Mercedes-Benz’s latest self-driving mode it’s calling “Drive Pilot.” But as CNN’s Peter Valdes-Dapena reports, the technology has a number of limitations.  
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GM settles strike at Canadian plants

A strike at General Motors’ Canadian plants is over less than a day after it started, according Unifor, the union that represents more than 4,000 autoworkers at the company.  
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Source: CNN Business

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