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Salmonella contamination shuts down world's biggest chocolate factory

July 1, 2022
A salmonella contamination has halted production at the world's biggest chocolate factory run by the Swiss company Barry Callebaut in Belgium.

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Salmonella contamination shuts down world's biggest chocolate factory

Hillenbrand to buy Herbold Meckesheim for €79 million


Leonardo sells 32 helicopters to Poland

July 1, 2022
Poland has signed a contract worth 8.25 billion zlotys ($1.83 billion) for the purchase of 32 AW149 helicopters built by Leonardo.

Eurostar boosts train services between London and Amsterdam

July 1, 2022
Eurostar will run more direct trains between London and the Netherlands to meet growing demand.

BT workers vote to strike amid culture of fear

July 1, 2022
Members of the Communications Workers Union working for BT have voted to strike after an ongoing dispute over pay.

DAMAC Properties begins handover for DAMAC Towers Nine Elms in London

July 1, 2022
DAMAC Properties is in the process of handing over its flagship project in Europe - DAMAC Towers Nine Elms, a 50-storey luxury twin tower project in the upscale Zone 1 district of London with stunning interiors by Versace.

Skanska builds tram and bus depot in Helsinki for EUR 101m

July 1, 2022
Skanska has signed a contract with Ruskeasuon Varikkokiinteistö, a subsidiary of City Transport, to build a tram and bus depot in Helsinki, Finland.

Hillenbrand to buy Herbold Meckesheim for €79 million

July 1, 2022
Hillenbrand has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Herbold Meckesheim GmbH for an enterprise value of approximately €79 million.

Baker Hughes laying waste to Scottish jobs, says Unite

July 1, 2022
Baker Hughes is being accused of `laying waste to Scottish jobs’ through fire and rehire by the union Unite.

FTC sues Walmart for facilitating money transfer fraud

July 1, 2022
The Federal Trade Commission or FTC, has sued Walmart for allowing its money transfer services to be used by fraudsters, who fleeced consumers out of hundreds of millions of dollars.

PG&E begins installing EV chargers at schools

July 1, 2022
Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced it has broken ground on the first of up to 130 new electric vehicle (EV) charging ports at 22 schools in its service area.
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