Recall issued for pre-packaged salads – FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay

TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) – Several varieties of prepackaged salads are being recalled due to the possibility of Listeria, the Food and Drug Administration said.  Apio, Inc. of Guadalupe, California is voluntarily recalling five varieties of Eat Smart Single-Serve Salad Shake Ups with a “Best Before” date of Dec. 14 after a random sample tested…

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Coming in hot: Food delivery robot bursts into flames – Los Angeles Times

Its business model relies on a mix of robots and humans. Kiwi uses a cylindrical robot called a RestaurantBot to ferry food from restaurants’ kitchens to the sidewalk, where a rider pedaling one of the company’s semi-autonomous cargo tricycles can pick it up. The rider then opens the tricycle’s storage compartment, which contains Kiwibots, and…

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Boeing raises its dividend 20%, boosts buyback plan to $20 billion, reaffirming its bullish outlook – CNBC

Despite growing concerns that the global economy is slowing down, Boeing sent a big message to shareholders it remains upbeat about its business. The board voted Monday to raise its quarterly dividend 20 percent to $2.05 per share in 2019. “Boeing’s strong operational performance, financial health and positive future outlook underpin our continued investments in…

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Oracle quarterly results beat on strength in cloud business – Yahoo! Finance News

By Vibhuti Sharma (Reuters) – Oracle Corp (ORCL.N) on Monday forecast current-quarter profit above estimates after growth in its cloud services and licence support unit helped the business software maker surpass Wall Street expectations for the second quarter. Shares rose 5 percent, with the company saying that excluding fluctuations in exchange rates, it expected third-quarter…

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UPS Store deletes Christmas ‘shredding’ tweet after massive backlash: ‘You know what list you’re on right?’ – Fox News

The UPS Store deleted the tweet quickly. (iStock) Baby, it’s cold over at The UPS Store today. The UPS Store is being criticized online after posting a cheeky Christmas tweet telling parents they can shred letters to Santa. “If your child addresses a letter to the North Pole, you can leave it with us. We…

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