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  • SYDNEY, Aug 24- U.S. corn edged down on Wednesday under pressure from expectations of ample global supplies, though findings from the widely watched Pro Farmer U.S. crop tour curbed losses. *The most active corn futures on the Chicago Board of Trade fell 0.1 percent to $3.37-3/ 4. *The annual Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour on Tuesday estimated corn yields in Indiana...

  • *USDA raises good/excellent rating for corn crop. *Pro Farmer tour finds good yield potential in Indiana. Crop ratings typically deteriorate heading into autumn, so the improvement weighed on prices, said Jim Gerlach, president of A/C Trading in Indiana.

  • *USDA raises corn's good-excellent rating. *Crop tour finds good yield potential in Indiana. Crop ratings typically deteriorate heading into autumn, so the improvement weighed on prices, said Jim Gerlach, president of A/C Trading in Indiana.

  • Mobileye, a key supplier of vision-based sensing systems, and Delphi, a provider of automotive safety systems, said they plan to begin testing a jointly developed turn-key system for self-driving cars early next year. The Mobileye/ Delphi alliance is the latest in a series of partnerships aimed at speeding deployment of automated driving systems.

  • *Iraq crude exports to grow by 150,000 bpd this week. On the crude oil front, U.S. drillers added 10 oil rigs in the week to Aug. 19, the eighth straight week of rig additions, as crude rebounded toward the $50- a-barrel mark that makes drilling viable. Elsewhere, Iraq plans this week to increase exports of Kirkuk crude by 150,000 bpd from its northern fields while...

  • In the United States, BP Plc's 413,500 barrel per day refinery in Whiting, Indiana, returned to normal production for the first time since late July, adding to refined products supply. On the crude oil front, U.S. drillers added 10 oil rigs in the week to Aug. 19, the eighth straight week of rig additions, as crude rebounded toward the $50- a-barrel mark that makes...

  • The grisly death of a 10- year-old boy on a Kansas water slide and a Ferris wheel accident that injured three little girls at a county fair in Tennessee this summer have focused attention on what safety experts say is an alarming truth about amusement rides: How closely they are regulated varies greatly from state to state. Twenty-nine deaths on amusement rides...

  • Pfizer will pay about $14 billion to buy cancer drug developer Medivation in a cash deal aimed at fortifying its hold in one of the hottest and most lucrative areas of medicine. The New York drugmaker said Monday that the acquisition will stock its product portfolio with leading treatments for the most common cancers in men and women by adding Medivation's...

  • MARION, Ind.— General Motors said Monday that it plans to spend about $90 million to update equipment at an Indiana factory that supplies many of the company's assembly plants. The company didn't announce any additional jobs for the factory, but Marion Mayor Jess Alumbaugh said the investment is a boost for the city about 50 miles northeast of Indianapolis.

  • NEW YORK— The charitable foundation led by former President Bill Clinton will no longer accept foreign and corporate donations if Hillary Clinton is elected president and will hold its final annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting in September regardless of the outcome of the November election. Bill Clinton announced the changes to the foundation in a...

  • Aug 17- Bankrupt coal company Peabody Energy won U.S. court approval on Wednesday for agreements with three states to partially cover $1.14 billion in potential environmental liabilities and for a bonus plan for its six top executives. Under the agreements, Wyoming can receive $127 million in cash if Peabody walks away from its mine cleanup obligations in the...

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  • *Genscape data shows Cushing draw above 89,000 bbls- traders. *Cushing data adds to momentum from U.S. gasoline drawdown. NEW YORK, Aug 4- Oil prices rose nearly 3 percent on Thursday, with U.S. crude advancing firmly above the $40- per-barrel mark on short-covering and after a modest stockpile drop at the delivery hub for U.S. crude futures.

  • *Genscape data shows Cushing draw above 89,000 bbls- traders. *Cushing data adds to momentum from U.S. gasoline drawdown. NEW YORK, Aug 4- Oil prices rose more than 2 percent on Thursday, with U.S. crude advancing firmly above the $40- per-barrel mark on short-covering and after a modest stockpile drop at the delivery hub for U.S. crude futures.

  • HICKORY, North Carolina, Aug 4- As furniture makers left Hickory and headed to China at the start of the century, the local community college shuttered its courses in furniture production, abandoning an industry that had sustained this North Carolina community for generations. A Reuters analysis of federal and other data shows, however, that some of the areas...

  • HICKORY, North Carolina, Aug 4- As furniture makers left Hickory and headed to China at the start of the century, the local community college shuttered its courses in furniture production, abandoning an industry that had sustained this North Carolina community for generations. A Reuters analysis of federal and other data shows, however, that some of the areas...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 2- A U.S. judge on Tuesday rejected Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's pretrial bid to throw out a lawsuit brought by Trump University students who said they were defrauded by its real-estate seminars. In a July 22 hearing, Curiel tentatively denied the bid by Trump to dismiss the lawsuit in California, one of three over the...

  • HOUSTON, Aug 1- BP Plc curtailed production over the weekend on the 60,000 barrel-per-day reforming unit at the 413,500 bpd Whiting, Indiana, refinery for repairs, sources familiar with plant operations said on Monday. A BP spokesman declined on Monday to discuss operations at the Whiting refinery. The reformer's cut production levels are having a "minimal...

  • Interactive Intelligence is working with boutique investment bank Union Square Advisors LLC on a sale process that has attracted other telecommunications software companies, as well as private equity firms, the people said this week. Union Interactive Intelligence declined to comment, while Union Square Advisors did not respond to requests for comment.

  • Interactive Intelligence is working with boutique investment bank Union Square Advisors LLC on a sale process that has attracted other telecommunications software companies, as well as private equity firms, the people said this week. Union Square Advisors and Interactive Intelligence did not immediately respond to requests for comment.