Friday, September 19, 2014 As of 10:01 AM EDT
A General Mills cereal factory founded in 1947 has become a casualty of America’s shifting breakfast habits.
Ebola 'Potential Threat To Global Security'
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One In Seven American Women Lived In Poverty Last Year
Rare, Elusive Colossal Squid Caught Near Antarctica, ‘Exciting’ Find
Alibaba IPO Price Hits $68, But Investors Still Hungry
It Rode The Alibaba Wave. Now What’s Next For Yahoo?
'Our Business Is Not Based On Having Information About You'
RIP Apple IPod: 2001-2014
Without Turkey To Stop Them, ISIS Fighters Enter Syria Freely
Second Recall For GM Natural Gas Vans
The company says some of alternative fuel vehicles fixed last year still pose a leak and fire risk.
Australia Oil Find Could Ignite Drilling Boom Off Country's Northwest Coast
Reports of an Australian oil find of up to 300 million barrels in the Canning Basin could be Australia's largest discovery in decades and help...
Nepal Approves $1.4B Hydroelectric Plant Project
Officials said GMR and another Indian firm, Satluj Vidyut Nigam, plan to construct other hydroelectric plants in Nepal.
Malaysia's Electronics Industry Accused Of Employing Forced Labor
The study found that 28 percent of the industry’s workers, 32 percent of whom are migrants, were engaged in forced labor.
US Apartment Construction Hits 25-Year High
Apartment construction fuels less economic growth than single-family housing construction.
Hyundai To Pay $10B For Land In South Korea For New HQ
The company will pay about three times the appraised price of the property after a bidding war with Samsung Electronics.
McDonald's Disappointing Q2 Earnings Aren't Its Fault
That said, Q2 revenue was sluggish, at best, and Wall Street did not respond well.
Maker Of Wheaties Says It’s Closing Two Factories
WATCH: Costa Concordia Begins Her Final Journey
Two and a half years after she capsized off Italy’s Isola del Giglio, the Costa Concordia will finally be hauled off and sold for scraps.
Wage Protest Targets World's Fast Food Outlets [PHOTOS]
Labor rights advocates and union representatives are calling this the largest-ever strike to hit U.S. fast-food companies.
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