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Alrosa North America president Rebecca Foerster.

The US head of the world’s largest diamond miner says its sustainability plan isn’t just good for the planet, it’s the future of its...

Alrosa is a leader in diamond sustainability practices and transparency, and is using that in an attempt to break through in the US market.
The Pixel's defective microphones were impacted by a manufacturing issue that created a disconnect in the phone's audio hardware.

Google will reportedly pay Pixel owners up to $500 because of a microphone defect, and even people who didn’t have issues could get a payout

Even Pixel owners who didn't suffer from the defect could be entitled to $20 as a part of a class-action settlement.
Chick-fil-A's app has quickly become a favorite for many chicken lovers.

3 hidden tricks in the Chick-fil-A app that most people have no clue exist

Not all Chick-fil-A customers know all the tricks and Easter eggs in the chain's app.
Impossible Foods has teamed up with chains like White Castle to make plant-based burgers mainstream.

Impossible Foods raises $300 million as the meat-substitute company struggles to meet skyrocketing demand

Impossible Foods has raised another $300 million in funding as the market for vegan meat substitutes heats up.

These are the most well-known 2020 presidential candidates among Democratic voters

Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts is known by just 7% of Democratic voters while Sens. Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are known by more than 80%.
Chick-fil-A is taking over the US

Chick-fil-A is exploring vegan menu items as chains like Burger King and Chipotle double down on meat substitutes

Chick-fil-A is conducting research and development into vegan and vegetarian menu items.

A behind-the-scenes look at what actually goes on during an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange

Carolyn Saacke, the COO of capital markets for the New York Stock Exchange, takes us behind the scenes of an IPO.

These are the 2020 candidates that Democratic voters think are most likely to lose an election against Trump

21 Democratic candidates have entered the 2020 presidential field, spurring a debate over who is the most likely to beat President Donald Trump.