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  • Journal retracts controversial GMO cancer study

    Journal retracts controversial GMO cancer study
    The journal Food and Chemical Toxicology is retracting a highly controversial French study it published last year linking genetically modified maize to cancerous tumors in rats.
  • Former BP engineer convicted of obstructing probe of gulf oil spill

    Former BP engineer convicted of obstructing probe of gulf oil spill
    A former engineer for BP was convicted of obstructing an investigation of the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico after the first criminal trial to come from the environmental disaster. Kurt Mix, a drilling engineer who formerly worked for the oil...

    The concept of an 'untethered' office takes root

    The concept of an 'untethered' office takes root
    When he heard about a shake-up at company headquarters, Mark Sprague got a knot in the pit of his stomach. It wasn't his executive job that was at stake at the international real estate brokerage CBRE Group Inc. It was his spacious office of 11 years,...

    L.A. Auto Show: Kia moves upmarket with luxury K900

    L.A. Auto Show: Kia moves upmarket with luxury K900
    Using a city known for luxury living as a backdrop, Kia took a bold step into the world of full-size — and full-priced — cars at today’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The Korean automaker unveiled the all-new K900, a large sedan that will...

    Southwest Museum has first show since '06, but its future is uncertain

    Southwest Museum has first show since '06, but its future is uncertain
    This post has been corrected. Please see below for details. The Southwest Museum in Mount Washington will open its first exhibition in seven years when “Four Centuries of Pueblo Pottery”  goes on display Saturday, with free admission. Like...