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Nifty hits 8,900 mark, at 18-month high [Mint, New Delhi]
Curious site for big redo [Boston Herald]
Hero MotoCorp Ltd has developed three motorcycles for Africa as it seeks to establish itself in overseas markets, six years after the company ended a partnership with Honda Motor Co. that restricted exports. Powered by 100 cc, 125 cc and 150 cc engines, the Dawn brand of motorcycles will go on sale in some African markets by March, with a large focus on Nigeria, the region's largest two-wheeler market, according to Hero MotoCorp's annual report for 2015-16.."/>
Hero MotoCorp develops three Dawn motorcycles for Africa market [Mint, New Delhi]
Navistar's Springfield facility might close. Instead, union leaders and company officials worked together and recently secured two major deals with GM expected to bring about 600 jobs to Springfield. Navistar has seen signs of success in Clark County after the company has faced struggles in recent years due to a failed engine technology."/>
Navistar, union motor along at local plant [Springfield News-Sun, Ohio]
Toyota Motor Corporation will begin its 48th annual autumn Toyota Traffic Safety Campaign by launching a new traffic safety awareness project named the City Firefly Project. The project will begin on September 6 in Aichi Prefecture, and then across all Toyota dealerships nationwide from September 21. In line with contributing to the ultimate goal of achieving zero traffic fatalities and zero traffic accidents, Toyota has implemented..."/>
Toyota Starts the City Firefly Project, a Traffic Safety Awareness Activity
M and A Navigator: Deal pipeline 6 September
McDonald's restaurants again will give away free breakfast to schoolchildren before they report for class on Wednesday-- and the meals they'll be served will include locally sourced ingredients."/>
Colorado McDonald's to give away free breakfast to schoolkids [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)]
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Public yawns at threat of cyber crime [The San Diego Union-Tribune]
El Pollo Loco, the nation's leading fire-grilled chicken chain, opened its newest location in Livermore, CA today. The restaurant, located at 1114 E Stanley Blvd is the first location to open in the city of Livermore.. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/f68c9051-0b93-413d-94b5-4d5c7ec3058c."/>
El Pollo Loco Announces the Grand Opening of New Livermore, CA Restaurant
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Apple's Wednesday press event is a new smartwatch, a touchscreen iMac and MacBook Pro and, of course, the most game-changing smartphone ever made. Is that too much to ask? Expectations are high for the Cupertino-based giant's annual fall product reveal in San Francisco."/>
Booting Up: Apple needs to get back to innovating [Boston Herald]
Garmin Vivosmart HR+. Garmin is releasing so many fitness trackers it's hard to keep up. But the latest is an upgraded version of the Vivosmart HR, and its got a bunch of new features."/>
BRIEF: Garmin tracks the right path with HR+ [Boston Herald]

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