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Pratt & Whitney parent company Raytheon announces more layoffs – WFSB

Raytheon, the parent company of Pratt & Whitney, announced its plans for layoffs is deepening.

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(WFSB) — Raytheon, the parent company of Pratt & Whitney, announced its plans for layoffs is deepening.
The company announced back in July that it was cutting more than 8,000 jobs.
On Wednesday, the company said that number has grown to 15,000.
Raytheon has yet to provide a breakdown of where the jobs cuts will take place, or if any Connecticut employees will be affected, as both Pratt & Whitney and Collins Aerospace have locations in other parts of the country.
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Tesla’s New Homemade Batteries Are In Cars On The Road Today – CleanTechnica

The Battery Day presentation left some people thinking Tesla was already producing a few of its homemade batteries, left other people thinking Tesla was still far away from producing its own battery cells, and left others thinking that Tesla was already pumpi…

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BatteriesPublished on September 26th, 2020 |
by Zachary Shahan
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September 26th, 2020 by Zachary Shahan 
Tesla’s Battery Day presentation packed in a ton of info. On the bottom of this article, I’ll add some of the articles we’ve published that have tried to summarize, further explain, and expound on the Battery Day event. First, though, there’s one point that was not made clear in the presentation that Tesla CEO Elon Musk just confirmed on Twitter.
The Battery Day presentation left some p…

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Here’s Why Delta Is Unlikely To Become An All-Airbus Airline Soon – Simple Flying

Delta has gone on a spree of Boeing retirements this year. With avgeeks around the world still absorbing…

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Delta has gone on a spree of Boeing retirements this year. With avgeeks around the world still absorbing the announcement of retirements of the Boeing 777s, Delta laid on another announcement that it would be retiring all of its 91 Boeing 717s and the remaining 49 Boeing 767-300ERs. For many, this sounded like the start of Delta moving to an all-Airbus fleet, and while it may be, there are still plenty of years to go before Delta gets there.
Getting to an all-Airbus fleet will take quite some t…

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Mushrooms linked to salmonella outbreaks in Arizona, 9 other states – KTAR.com

Arizona was one of 10 states affected by an outbreak of salmonella from mushrooms. Restaurant employees were told to check for recalled dried mushrooms.

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LOS ANGELES — Federal officials are warning of salmonella cases in at least 10 states linked to dried mushrooms from a Southern California company.
More than 40 people have gotten sick and four have been hospitalized, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
The product suspected in the outbreak is wood ear mushrooms distributed by Wismettac Asian Foods based near Los Angeles. The company has recalled all of its Shirakiku brand imported mushrooms that were distributed…

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