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Alcohol drives quarterly profit for Pacific Ethanol
Sacramento-based renewable fuel and alcohol producer Pacific Ethanol Inc. earned money for the first time in over a year by making less fuel and more alcohol.
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Olympus Group continues cutouts and face masks to maintain stability
The summer months would normally involve a plethora of orders for Olympus Group, a manufacturer of mascots and custom-printed graphics, with a rise in festivals, sporting events and other large group activities, but volume levels are down by as much as 75% with Covid-19, president Brian Adam said.
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Trump administration shows support for PTT ethane cracker project
PTT has received millions of dollars in investment from Jobs Ohio, the state's economic development arm, as well as reached arrangement with local and county officials.
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Boeing delivers handful of jets in July to FedEx and others, but notches no new orders
Several Dreamliner 787 deliveries planned for July slipped into August, lowering the handoff total.
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Polaris staff promote Slingshots, Indian Motorcycles in Sturgis as Harley workers stay away
Thousands of bikers are in the Black Hills at the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, S.D., including staff from Polaris Inc. and its Indian Motorcycle Co. division. Meanwhile, Indian's biggest competitor, Harley-Davidson Inc., didn't send any staff due to the Milwaukee-based manufacturer's travel ban, the Milwaukee Business Journal reports. Polaris has a very limited presence at Sturgis, including scheduled, outdoor, controlled and socially distanced demo rides for its Slingshot,…
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Boeing delivers handful of jets in July, but notches no new orders
Several Dreamliner 787 deliveries planned for July slipped into August, lowering the handoff total.
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