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BOSTON (AP) - The company that supplied epoxy glue used in that part of the massive Big Dig underground highway project in Boston, where a ceiling collapsed and killed a motorist, has agreed to plead guilty to a federal charge of making a false statement.
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PITTSBURGH (AP) - Shares of Dow Chemical Co. climbed Tuesday as an analyst raised his price target for the company's shares, saying the chemical manufacturing giant's transformation remains on track.
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LEBANON, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire-based ethanol company Mascoma Corp. has signed a deal with oil giant Chevron.
GEORGE JAHN Associated Press Writer - September 22, 2009 VIENNA (AP) - Oil prices climbed above $71 a barrel Tuesday, erasing much of the previous day's losses after a rise in global stocks eased worries about slipping Chinese crude consumption.
WASHINGTON, DC - U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced yesterday that up to $40 million in funding will be available from the Department of Energy to support design and planning work for the Next Generation Nuclear Plant (NGNP).
OTTAWA - The Canadian government won't say if Canadians who suffer harmful side effects from the new swine flu shot can take the vaccine maker to court.
NORTH CANTON, Ohio (AP) - Rolls-Royce says it is expanding its fuel cell research division in Ohio.
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - Ukraine's cash-strapped government began final preparations Tuesday to sell a key chemical plant despite a presidential order banning the sale.
By John Heilprin Associated Press Writer - September 21, 2009 UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. climate chief says China is poised to join the European Union in claiming "front-runner" status among nations battling climate change.
JUSTIN JUOZAPAVICIUS Associated Press Writer - September 21, 2009 SCRAPER, Okla. (AP) - David Overbey is no scientist, but he says a person doesn't have to be to see how much the Illinois River has improved in recent years.