David Welch

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California is fighting the Trump administration over fuel efficiency standards, with California setting much higher standards for how much a car can pollute.

GM plans to introduce 20 new electric models by 2023. Good for the environment, bad for auto workers?

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America’s tobacco industry may be re-shaped by a merger of Reynolds-American and Lorillard, this country’s second- and third-largest makers of cigarettes.

Tobacco Rivals in Talks to Merge

America’s tobacco industry may be re-shaped by a merger of Reynolds-American and Lorillard, this country’s second- and third-largest makers of cigarettes.

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Kraft Foods, Incorporated sells $31 billion worth of snack foods around the world.

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Kraft Foods, Incorporated sells $31 billion worth of snack foods around the world.

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