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Pepsi plant in Calgary leaks ammonia

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Pepsi plant in Calgary
A significant ammonia leak forced employees out into the cold at the Pepsi plant in the city’s southeast.

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  • Andre de Ruyter appointed as Eskom CEO
    Johannesburg, South Africa |
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    The Department of Public Enterprises says that Andre de Ruyter was appointed as Eskom CEO from January 15, 2020.
  • Gap president Art Peck to step down
    San Francisco, Ca., USA |
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    Gap Inc. announced that president and chief executive officer Art Peck will step down from his position and from the company’s board.
  • SeaWorld Entertainment appoints Sergio D. Rivera as CEO
    Orlando, Fl., USA |
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    SeaWorld Entertainment announced the appointment of Sergio D. Rivera to the position of chief executive officer and member of the board of directors, effective November 11, 2019.
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Kohl's Corp. Q3 adjusted earnings miss estimates

Kohl's Corp.Kohl's Corp. announced earnings for third quarter that fell from last year.

  • Mechel Q3 Consolidated EBITDA down 9%, cash flow up
  • JinkoSolar Q3 profit surges
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    Chinese scientists have built a vertical climate observation system in a remote area of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, according to the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau research institute under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
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    An outbreak of Ebola in eastern Congo should be eradicated by the end of 2019, Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi said.

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    Cadillac takes the next step in the realignment of its sedan portfolio with the introduction of the first CT4 sport sedan.

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    You can join the Polar Express in Florida for a magical trip to Santa

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