HELSINKI (AP) - Stora Enso Oyj said Wednesday it will lay off up to 1,100 workers, cut production and close mills in Finland as the Nordic paper maker continues to struggle with dwindling revenue.
ROHAN SULLIVAN Associated Press Writer - August 19, 2009 SYDNEY (AP) - A 50
SOLON, Ohio (AP) - Nestle USA said Tuesday that it was sending new shipments of raw cookie dough to stores, the first since its recall linked to E. coli. Nestle Toll House cookie dough has been off shelves for nearly two months. The new cookie dough will have a blue "New Batch" label.
NATALIYA VASILYEVA Associated Press Writer - August 18, 2009 MOSCOW (AP) - Divers scoured
NASA scientists have discovered glycine, a fundamental building block of life, in samples of comet Wild 2 returned by NASA's Stardust spacecraft.
Biofuels Digest - In Maryland, the Naval Air Systems Command is preparing to test biofuels in an F/A-18 Super Hornet by next summer, according to Aero News.
MARIA CHENG Associated Press Writer - LONDON (AP) - Since swine flu first emerged in April, it has sparked panic, vaccine production and now, a video game.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Cargill Inc. has gotten the green light from the state Public Utilities Commission for a plan to supply Idaho Power Co. with 2.13 megawatts of electricity from the Minneapolis-based agricultural conglomerate's poop-to-power plant near Jerome.
SAN FRANCISCO - Scientists, physicians, consumers and environmental health advocates today responded to an FDA staff presentation on progress of their review of bisphenol A (BPA), a synthetic sex hormone linked to cancer, diabetes, heart problems and other illness.
Process technology made by UOP LLC, a Honeywell company, was used to convert second-generation renewable feedstocks to green jet fuel that powered biofuel demonstration flights by Japan Airlines (JAL), Air New Zealand and Continental Airlines.
CRANBURY, N.J., Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ - BlackLight Power Inc. (BLP) recently announced that
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Paint and coatings maker Valspar Corp. said Monday its fiscal third-quarter profit rose 38 percent, even as sales fell because it was able to cut costs. The earnings beat analyst estimates, and the company boosted its guidance for fiscal 2009.
Biofuels Digest - The old days of the whaling oil industry were somewhat more hazardous than the LiveFuels vision of open-sea harvesting of microalgae-eating fish, but there are some similarities.
Examination of the products the Crave Brothers produce, along with the overall course their operations have consistently followed, offers perspective on how new technologies have allowed for advancing their core values.