Coca-Cola, wine harvest cause bottleneck in Germany
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Coca-Cola, wine harvest cause bottleneck in Germany

Oliver Schell owns a family winery in Germany’s Ahr region. He was ready to fill…

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Indonesia’s Garuda to scrap Boeing 737 MAX order
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Indonesia’s Garuda to scrap Boeing 737 MAX order

Indonesia’s national carrier Garuda Indonesia has asked Boeing to cancel its multibillion-dollar order for 49…

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Goodbye to fields: What food production may look like tomorrow
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Goodbye to fields: What food production may look like tomorrow

As urban farming has become a buzzword among the world’s metropolitan elites, the Munich-based startup…

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Google fined $1.7B for search ad blocks in third EU sanction
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Google fined $1.7B for search ad blocks in third EU sanction

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American Airlines extends Boeing 737 MAX flight cancellations
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American Airlines extends Boeing 737 MAX flight cancellations

Related Articles Boeing 737 MAX software patch expected before end-March: sources Pilot quickly called in…

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Goodbye to fields: What food production may look like tomorrow
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Goodbye to fields: What food production may look like tomorrow

As urban farming has become a buzzword among the world’s metropolitan elites, the Munich-based startup…

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Apple bets billions on streaming service to curb Netflix dominance
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Apple bets billions on streaming service to curb Netflix dominance

“It’s show time,” proclaimed the invitation to the launch of Apple’s new streaming video service.…

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Brexit to cost billions in income losses across Europe
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Brexit to cost billions in income losses across Europe

Brexit — soft or hard — is expected to cost Europeans billions of euros every…

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Electric carmakers must make ‘ethical battery’: Amnesty
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Electric carmakers must make ‘ethical battery’: Amnesty

The electric vehicle industry needs to “make the world’s first completely ethical battery with five years,”…

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Opinion: Chemicals giant Bayer stuck in Monsanto trap
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Opinion: Chemicals giant Bayer stuck in Monsanto trap

Shareholders and analysts are united in their conviction that investors are better off without Bayer…

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