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COVID-19 testing delays presenting a real problem

Surging COVID-19 outbreaks in several states are straining testing capacity across the country as people wait several days or even weeks to get their results back, causing another setback to the U.S. response to the months-long pandemic.

Regulators looking for way to end Oregon's pot glut

Oregon is awash in pot, glutted with so much legal weed that if growing were to stop today, it could take more than six years by one estimate to smoke or eat it all.

Walmart takes a page from Amazon's play book to drive profits

Walmart Inc, the world's largest retailer, is taking on marketing titans Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc by consolidating advertising sales for its stores and websites in a bid to increase profits.

Marijuana stocks plunge after Canopy Growth, Tilray report losses

Shares of two of Canada's top cannabis producers, Canopy Growth and Tilray, took a hit in early market trading on Wednesday after posting quarterly net losses.

Oil sands companies turn down the tap as oil prices remain down

Alberta - Western Canadian oil is still selling at a steep discount, with prices dipping to new lows on Thursday. With no immediate relief in sight from a collapse in Canadian oil prices, Alberta oil sands companies are beginning to turn down the taps.

Utility survey shows majority of Americans want renewable energy

While Americans are almost manic in their political beliefs, there is one thing the majority does agree on — and that is renewable energy. It is clean, high-tech, it provides jobs and it is the future — and new research shows Americans want it right n

This Dutch company is at the forefront of battery storage R&D

Hengelo - Energy management company Lithium Werks, known for its Nanophosphate Cells and its smart lithium-ion modules, is merging with fellow lithium battery developer and producer Super B. The company is also building a clean energy R&D center at Twente Airport.

Charger stations for EVs a growing technology-related market

Technavio’s report on the global electric vehicle (EV) charger market analyses some of the most important trends expected to impact the tech-related market outlook over the next few years.

World's dwindling chocolate supply linked to climate and disease

Candy bars, cakes and cookies are but a few of the foods we consume that often contain chocolate. Two very large chocolate makers, Mars, Inc. and Barry Callebaut, are now telling us we are eating too much of what is fast becoming an endangered product.

Op-Ed: An informal education — The good old lemonade stand Special

Elk Grove - Forget about formal education for a minute – standardized testing, homework, rigorous class schedules, textbooks and the like.

Global food prices surge for 8th straight month, hit record high

Rome - A UN agency reports global food prices rose in February for the eighth consecutive month - reaching a record high since the agency began monitoring them 20 years ago - with fears they will continue to rise because of a volatile international oil market.

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