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Ford Debuts GT Mk IV Supercar - @3:47
Ford says its new supercar is the ultimate and most extreme track only Ford GT ever built.
On Tuesday, United Airlines ordered 100 new Boeing 787s. The deal is being heralded as the biggest ever in both 787 history and all widebody planes.
On June 7, 2022, an employee at Kewaunee Fabrications in Kewaunee, Wisconsin, was using an Eriez XPL-15/9 Close Proximity Operated Lifting Magnet when a 1,254-pound counterweight fell from the below-the-hook magnet and crushed the employee’s leg.
On Friday, Stellantis announced plans to halt operations in Belvidere, Illinois indefinitely. The plant makes Jeep Cherokee SUVs.
It didn't just lose the top spot, but it fell dramatically.
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The project has had some ups and downs.
The automakers have made life-saving automatic emergency braking standard on nearly all of their new passenger vehicles in the U.S. this year.
When contract talks stalled between railway companies and workers, we saw major concerns over a likely rail strike.
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