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Archive for June 2018

Another San Francisco Building Could Be Sinking

A few blocks from the 58-story Millennium Tower, dubbed “the leaning tower of San Francisco,” another building appears to be sinking. An 18-story building in the city’s financial district appears to have settled up to three-eighths of an inch because … Source: Claims Journal

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IKEA Furniture Recalled 2 Years Ago Still Being Sold

Too many of IKEA’s recalled, hazardous dressers remain in consumers’ homes, according to safety advocates speaking on the second anniversary of the largest product recall in history. Since the 2016 recall of millions of IKEA Malm dressers and similar units … Source: Claims Journal

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Controlled Burn Sparked Fire That Destroyed 36 Florida Homes

A quick-moving wildfire that ravaged a north Florida coastal community and destroyed 36 homes was sparked by a controlled burn conducted by state-hired contractors, authorities said Wednesday. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said an investigation by his office eliminated other possible … Source: Claims Journal

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After Harvey, Texas Man Builds Residential Levee

After Hurricane Harvey inundated David Bush’s home with 20 inches of rain, he knew he wanted to rebuild but was worried about how his property could be protected from the next big storm. So Bush came up with a solution … Source: Claims Journal

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Allstate CEO: AI Will Thrash the Economy Like a ‘Tsunami’

Artificial intelligence is coming for the service economy, according to Allstate Corp. Chief Executive Officer Tom Wilson. “It’s going to rip through this economy like a tsunami,” Wilson said Thursday in an interview on Bloomberg TV from Aspen, Colorado. Automation … Source: Claims Journal

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FedEx, Volvo Test Truck Platooning to Catch Up to Europe

FedEx Corp. is trying out new technology to tighten spacing between freight trucks traveling on the highway as a way to increase safety, relieve traffic congestion and reduce fuel consumption. The test of a technique called “platooning” involves Volvo AB … Source: Claims Journal

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