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Yum’s stock plunges after KFC parent’s slow China recovery
The company said sales in China rose just 2 percent at established locations, reflecting a 3 percent increase at KFC and 1 percent decline at Pizza Hut.
Airline plants a seed with farm-to-tray-table concept
JetBlue's goal is to try and teach people about farming and to improve the appearance of the terminal’s exterior.
Biotech company Monsanto reports 4Q loss
Monsanto expects full-year earnings in the range of $5.10 to $5.60 per share.
Sources: TPP wouldn’t hurt no-cost U.S. sugar program
The U.S. sugar industry says the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement would allow more foreign sugar into the U.S. but not enough to adversely impact the market and the nation's no-cost sugar program.
PepsiCo boosted by smaller chip bags, non-soda drinks
The beverage industry is shifting away from sodas to non-carbonated drinks such as bottled teas. PepsiCo has said it stands to benefit from the trend, given the popularity of drinks like its Gatorade.
U.S. trade deficit widens to $48.3 billion in August
Canada, America’s largest trading partner, is in a recession and China, the world’s second largest economy, is growing more slowly. Meanwhile, many emerging market economies are being battered by a plunge in commodity prices.
Portland daily grain report
Bids as of 9:30 a.m. Pacific time; subject to change.
Grocer finds buyers for 36 stores in California, Nevada
The deals are part of Bellingham-based Haggen’s bankruptcy plan to downsize from 164 to 37 stores
General Mills recalling 1.8M Cheerios boxes on gluten problem
Wheat flour was inadvertently used in a gluten-free oat flour system.
Yahoo to double size of data center in Central Washington
Yahoo will add about 300,000 square feet to its current facility in order to house thousands of new servers.