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Belgian Mathias Willemijns poses with his Atlantic giant pumpkin prior the weight-off at the Giant Pumpkin European Championship in Ludwigsburg, southwestern Germany, on Sunday, Oct. 9. Willemjins' pumpkin is odds-on favorite for the title. Pumpkins, in Europe and especially in the United States, are a key seasonal crop. The flavor "pumpkin spice" has been particularly lucrative for the coffee, bakery and craft beer industries.
Egg group 'inappropriately targeted vegan spread'
An egg industry group's discussions about thwarting the sale of an eggless vegan spread were inappropriate, a yearlong investigation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has found.
Nearly three years after first announcing plans to re-inhabit a shuttered General Motors plant in Ohio, a Chinese automotive glass maker has completed work on its North American recycled glass manufacturing hub.
The airline industry agreed Thursday on a framework for reducing its carbon footprint at a U.N. meeting in Montreal, the first time a commercial sector has voluntarily tackled climate change.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday seemed likely to preserve the government's broad power to crack down on insider trading on Wall Street.
The United States trade deficit rose in August as a flood of imports offset the best showing for exports in 13 months. The politically sensitive deficit with China rose to the highest level in 11 months.
Mall of America, the nation's largest shopping mall anchored by Macy's, H&M and others, has taken a stand against the growing trend of Thanksgiving shopping and will be closed on the turkey feast this year.
The Canadian oil sector is projected to lose billions of dollars for the second year in a row as production falls due to lower investment and disruptions from wildfires, a report showed Tuesday.
Americans are expected to spend at a faster clip than last year for the critical holiday season, helped by an economy that should only continue to pick up, according to the nation's largest retail industry trade group.
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