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After a challenging year, the catfish business bounces back

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Apr 19, 2019
From suboptimal weather, to cooking for Congress ... a lot can impact a catfish farmer.
North Caroline catfish is shown March 14, 2002 during the 20th annual International Boston Seafood Show in Boston, MA. 
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Tariffs? China's nut and bolt industry has survived them

by Jennifer Pak Oct 30, 2018
When the EU cracked down, Chinese companies turned to U.S. market. Now, they may do the reverse.
A display case at a nut and bolt industry fair in Shanghai in October 2018.
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Tariffs? China's nut and bolt industry has survived them

by Jennifer Pak Oct 30, 2018
When the EU cracked down, Chinese companies turned to U.S. market. Now, they may do the reverse.
A display case at a nut and bolt industry fair in Shanghai in October 2018.
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General Electric: What's an industrial conglomerate to do?

by Andy Uhler Oct 1, 2018
General Electric told investors Monday it has ousted CEO John Flannery after only about a year in the job. The company said it’s also going to miss profit forecasts this year. These are tough times at one of America’s most…
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Businesses in China are optimistic despite rising tariffs

by Jennifer Pak Sep 20, 2018
With more taxes about to hit Chinese exports, companies at a Shanghai industrial fair assess their plans.
At the China International Industry Fair, intelligent robot makers are upbeat about business prospects despite the U.S.-China tariff escalation.
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"Incredibles 2" opens to strong advance ticket sales

by Renata Sago Jun 15, 2018
The sequel to the animated superhero film “The Incredibles” opens in movie theaters across the country today. The original film came out in 2004, grossing $633 million worldwide. So with those kind of numbers, why did it take 14 years…
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How to be a composer

by Eliza Mills Jun 15, 2018
Carter Burwell talks about his job making music for the big screen.
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When it comes to chicken-processing plants, some communities see jobs where others see environmental concerns

by Brian Grimmett Jun 14, 2018
A suburban community in Kansas turns away from the prospect of a chicken processing plant, while a rural town sees the possibility it would bring new jobs.
Shops and restaurants line one of Concordia’s main streets in downtown.
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White House delays tariffs on EU, Canada and Mexico

by Associated Press Apr 30, 2018
Facing a self-imposed deadline, President Donald Trump was considering whether to permanently exempt the EU and Mexico, Canada, Australia, Argentina and Brazil from tariffs that his administration imposed last month on imported steel and aluminum.
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Could tech refuse to help Uncle Sam during war?

by Molly Wood and Shaheen Ainpour Apr 27, 2018
Some tech companies agree they won't help nations launch cyberattacks, but will they have a choice?
A US Marine with the FET (Female Engagement Team) 1st Battalion 8th Marines, Regimental Combat team II works late into the night on her laptop on her reports on November 12, 2010 in Musa Qala, Afghanistan.
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