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Carbon Conscious: How One Man is Shrinking His Footprint

Carbon Conscious: How One Man is Shrinking His Footprint

By Frank Jordans and Daniel Niemann | Dec 12
Dirk Gratzel counts his carbon emissions. He's among a small but growing number of people looking for ways to cut their personal greenhouse gas emissions from levels that scientists say are unsustainable if global warming is to be curbed.

Study Finds Female-Led Films Outperform Male Ones

Study Finds Female-Led Films Outperform Male Ones

By Jake Coyle | Dec 11
A study organized by Time's Up, the organization formed to promote gender equality, has found that female-led films consistently outperform male-led movies at the box office.

Moonves Scandal Looms Over CBS Shareholder Meeting

Moonves Scandal Looms Over CBS Shareholder Meeting

By Mae Anderson and Alexandra Olson | Dec 11
With a $120 million severance package on the line, an investigation into sexual-misconduct claims against former CBS CEO Les Moonves will loom over the network's annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday.

Grindr Exec Quits Over President's Gay Marriage Remarks

Grindr Exec Quits Over President's Gay Marriage Remarks

Dec 10
The head of Grindr's communications announced he has resigned following remarks the gay dating app's president made about marriage equality.

Insider Q&A: Zero Motorcycles' CEO on Tax Credits, Rivals

Insider Q&A: Zero Motorcycles' CEO on Tax Credits, Rivals

By Marcy Gordon | Dec 10
Sam Paschel is the CEO of Zero Motorcycles Inc., a privately-held company based in Scotts Valley, California, that designs and makes electric motorcycles and powertrains.

GM Fights to Retain Key Tax Credit Amid Plant Closing Plans

GM Fights to Retain Key Tax Credit Amid Plant Closing Plans

By Richard Lardner | Dec 10
General Motors is fighting to retain a valuable tax credit for electric vehicles as the nation's largest automaker tries to deal with the political fallout triggered by its plans to shutter several U.S. factories and shed thousands of workers.

Drugmaker to Sell Cheaper Generic Rival to EpiPen

Drugmaker to Sell Cheaper Generic Rival to EpiPen

Dec 10
Generic drugmaker Sandoz announced plans Thursday to start selling an alternative to the EpiPen in the U.S. early next year.

Big Investors Call for Carbon Price, End to Coal Power

Big Investors Call for Carbon Price, End to Coal Power

Dec 10
More than 450 asset managers, including major pension funds and insurance companies, are calling on governments to phase out coal-fired power plants and put a meaningful price on carbon to help tackle climate change.

A Look at Where Companies Stand on Marijuana Business

A Look at Where Companies Stand on Marijuana Business

Dec 9
When Canada legalized recreational marijuana in October, it emerged as the world leader in the industry — and U.S. companies are scrambling to get in on the action.

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Trade Claims, Paris Protesters' Chant

AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Trade Claims, Paris Protesters' Chant

By Hope Yen and Christopher Rugaber | Dec 9
Eager for a historic trade agreement, President Donald Trump is claiming done deals with China that aren't measuring up to the hype.

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