PepsiCo to stop using artificial sweetener aspartame in response to customer feedback

PepsiCo to stop using artificial sweetener aspartame in response to customer feedback

By Christy Gren - Apr 28, 2015

On Friday, soft drink giant PepsiCo announced that it is preparing to make the biggest change to its Diet Pepsi brand. The company said it will stop sweetening all of its variants

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Disney Research’s new 3D printer can print fabric objects

Disney Research’s new 3D printer can print fabric objects

By Christy Gren - Apr 21, 2015

3D printers have been pouring into the market, since the last several years. However, older models used plastic instead of other flexible materials like fabric and the objects prin

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Volvo plans $500 million U.S. plant to foster car sales

Volvo plans $500 million U.S. plant to foster car sales

By Anna Domanska - Mar 30, 2015

China-owned Volvo Cars on Monday announced plans to invest about US$500 million to build a new manufacturing facility in the US as part of the company’s ambitious plan to reverse

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Kraft, Heinz merger to create one of world's largest food giant

Kraft, Heinz merger to create one of world's largest food giant

By Carrie Ann - Mar 26, 2015

Kraft Foods Group Inc and Ketchup maker H.J. Heinz Co announced Wednesday they are merging to form one of the world’s largest food and beverage companies. The deal was engine

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AbbVie to acquire cancer drug maker Pharmacyclics in $21bn deal

AbbVie to acquire cancer drug maker Pharmacyclics in $21bn deal

By Carrie Ann - Mar 05, 2015

US-based biopharmaceutical firm AbbVie announced Wednesday that it has agreed to acquire Pharmacyclics Inc for about $21 billion. The deal would give AbbVie control over Pharmacycl

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Toyota begins production of Mirai electric car that runs on hydrogen fuel cells

Toyota begins production of Mirai electric car that runs on hydrogen fuel cells

By Christy Gren - Feb 27, 2015

In what would be a turning point in automotive history, the world’s biggest carmaker Toyota has unveiled the assembly on which the fuel-cell car will be me made. The car know

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Procter & Gamble to sell 100 of their least profitable brands

Procter & Gamble to sell 100 of their least profitable brands

By Carrie Ann - Feb 23, 2015

Cincinnati-based consumer products major Procter & Gamble said Thursday that they are planning to sell off majority of a 100 brands by summer for a consolidation in various se

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Automakers condemned for cybersecurity failings, most cars are at the risk of being hacked

Automakers condemned for cybersecurity failings, most cars are at the risk of being hacked

By Anna Domanska - Feb 10, 2015

The business of manufacturing cars has been evolving day by day. Cars now have become much faster, less noisy and can even drive around without the need for a human driver. While c

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Coca-Cola to lay off 1,800 jobs globally

Coca-Cola to lay off 1,800 jobs globally

By Anna Domanska - Jan 10, 2015

US soda giant Coca-Cola, which has struggled to grow sales announced that it will cut between 1,600 and 1,800 jobs in coming months. As part of a $3-billion cost-cutting plan, the

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