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Travis Merle wrote the song Sixteen Tons about working your life away in the coal mines and spending your whole paycheck-and then some-at the company store. You had no other options in the corporate mining villages of the early twentieth century.

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Students and faculty at the University of Southern California are upset because a popular dean of the Marshall School of Business, James Ellis, has been fired by interim USC President Wanda Austin.

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GM's announcement the other day that it will no longer make cars – or rather, just a few – follows Ford's previous announcement along the same lines.

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Elon Musk's Gigafactory is arguably the most important thing that Tesla makes. The 1.9 million-square-foot factory in Sparks, Nevada, is only 30 percent complete, but it's already on track to make 60 percent of the world's lithium ion batteries

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Back in the summer of 2017, to much fanfare President Donald Trump announced that Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn, best known for making the iPhone, would build a new plant producing LCD panels in Wisconsin that will "bring thousands of jobs to t

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From media to manufacturing to medicine, technology is reshaping the face of more and more industries, marching them lock-step into an information economy.