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North Dakota state mill records $9.7M profit in FY2017
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota's state-owned flour mill's annual profit rebounded slightly a year after the Grand Forks factory sustained big losses due to depressed wheat prices.
How a dangerous Takata air bag made its way into a used car
DETROIT (AP) — A dangerous Takata air bag should have been recalled before going from a wrecked car to a salvage yard, eventually ending up in a 2002 Honda Accord and nearly killing a Las Vegas woman, a lawsuit alleges.
It’s been crazy,': Eclipse helped deliver nice sales boost to businesses across Nebraska
One business, Brewsky’s Food & Spirits in Lincoln’s Haymarket, reported that business on Sunday, the day before the eclipse, was triple that of a usual Sunday.
Verizon tweaks prices, cuts video quality on unlimited plans
NEW YORK (AP) — Verizon is raising the price of its unlimited plan while introducing a slightly cheaper, more limited version as wireless carriers battle each other for customers.
UK subprime lender loses two-thirds of value as CEO quits
LONDON (AP) — Provident Financial, a British subprime lender, saw two-thirds of its market value wiped out Tuesday after the company issued another profit warning and revealed that its chief executive was leaving with immediate effect.
The story of Dynamite Pete: Hermit who lived near Platte River was 'one of the colorful characters of the country
Dynamite Pete is a fading memory in and around Louisville, but his legend lives on in the yellowed newspapers and archives of the town library, and every so often in a fuzzy bar tale told by an old-timer.
Omaha siblings' lemonade stand is next-level; they'll use earnings to help polar bears, the environment
Amelia and Xavier Rossitto have a name for the stand outside their midtown home: The Shop of Yumminess.
Omaha siblings' lemonade stand is next-level; they'll use earnings to help polar bears, the environment
Amelia and Xavier Rossitto have a name for the stand outside their midtown home: The Shop of Yumminess.
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