Business Stories from June 9, 2019
The backlash to plastic has oil companies worriedJun 9, 2019 6:11 AM - As the world strives to wean itself off fossil fuels, oil companies have been turning to plastic as the key to their future. Now even that's looking overly optimistic.
America's lunch bill could go up $875M thanks to global trade warJun 9, 2019 6:20 AM - Imminent levies on staple imports like avocados and tomatoes, part of the Trump administration's pledge to punish Mexico for immigration, may add up to $875 million for those two products alone, according to an estimate from A.T. Kearney. This will likely be passed along to consumers in the form of price increases.
Changing weather should prompt safety reviewJun 9, 2019 1:00 AM - Maybe you should check the weather forecast. Maybe you also should bolster your relationship with the insurance professional who provides your business coverage.
Warped siding probably the result of faulty installationJun 9, 2019 6:00 AM - Q. The exterior siding on our home has become warped and wavy. When we bought the house, we thought the siding was made of wood, but a home inspector told us that it's actually a wood byproduct like Masonite or particle board. The building is only 2 years old, so we're concerned the warping will continue to worsen. Does this sound like a serious problem?
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