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at 11:13 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Documents show Hanson part of Tulsa, Oklahoma, redevelopment

TULSA, Okla. — Documents from the development authority in Tulsa, Oklahoma, show that the Hanson brothers are involved in the redevelopment of a building in the Brady Arts District.

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at 10:48 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Montreal-based Bombardier confirms US$1.2 billion in British railway contracts

MONTREAL — Bombardier has signed previously announced US$1.2 billion in contracts to supply and maintain railway cars that will secure 1,000 jobs at its Derby facility in England.

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at 09:50 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Gerhard Richter painting owned by Clapton going up for sale

NEW YORK — A painting by the German artist Gerhard Richter owned by British singer-songwriter Eric Clapton is slated for auction.

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at 10:37 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

US consumer spending at weakest pace in 5 months

WASHINGTON — U.S. consumers scaled back their spending in August to its weakest pace in five months, reflecting a drop in spending on autos. Income growth also decelerated as wages and salary gains slowed following four strong months.

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at 09:10 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Ex-TransCanada CEO says Energy East setback a win for anti-development activists

BANFF, Alta. — Delays caused by the replacement of a panel reviewing the Energy East Pipeline project show that Canada's regulatory system is flawed and must be fixed, says a former CEO of proponent TransCanada.

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at 09:03 on September 30, 2016, EDT.

Samsung working with Health Canada to address potential risk from washers

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Samsung says it is working with Health Canada to address potential safety issues with certain top-loading, high-efficiency washing machines that can vibrate to the point where they could pose a risk of injury or property damage.

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