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Food-safety investigators are working to pinpoint the source of drug-resistant salmonella found in raw turkey meat as a nationwide outbreak expands just before the largest turkey consumption day of the year.

American Airlines is taking some heat after an internal memo leaked telling employees that their first priority during delays or cancellations should be to get elite passengers to their destinations, even if it means using a competing airline, but economy passengers shouldn’t get that option.

Microsoft is teaming up with prominent Indian athlete Anil Kumble to debut a cricket bat that can track batting analytics in real-time, and send them straight to fans.

WASHINGTON — Negotiators from the U.S. focused much of their effort in reworking the North American Free Trade Agreement on provisions affecting auto manufacturing, touting the final deal with Canada and Mexico as a boon to domestic carmakers and their employees.

Apple Inc., with a trillion-dollar market capitalization, is turning to a federal appeals court in its years-long patent fight with Andrea Electronics Corp., one of Long Island’s smallest public companies.

SAN FRANCISCO — Google, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week, on Monday looked to the future as it unveiled three big shifts in search that appear to take aim at some of its biggest competitors.

Produce companies that want to sell lettuce and salads at Walmart and Sam’s Clubs will have to learn the skills of cryptocurrency traders, the giant retailer announced last week.

SAN DIEGO — When Amazon arrived like Godzilla to the retail world, stomping out brick-and-mortar shops with speedy e-commerce delivery, small businesses suffered the brunt of the damage.

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court ruled last week that Uber can force its drivers into individual arbitration over pay and benefit disputes, voiding an effort by thousands of drivers to join in a class-action suit against the ride-hailing company.

SEATTLE — Amazon Go grew from a single convenience store to four over eight months. A report Wednesday suggested that the retail giant is considering a much faster pace of expansion.

If millennials are killing brick-and-mortar stores, then their successors might save it, according to new surveys that say some young shoppers actually like to shop in person.

Retailers won’t just be battling each other for customers this holiday season — they’re also gearing up to fight over the temporary workers who will make the sales.

SEATTLE — Mike Kelley was drawn to movies at a young age, often riding his bike from his childhood home in Yarrow Point, Wash., to the John Danz Theatre in Bellevue.

LOS ANGELES — It’s bad for business when regulators target one of your fastest-growing products — unless they also go after a competitor working to put you out of business.

LOS ANGELES — AT&T is developing a new streaming video service that will use the Warner Bros. catalog of TV shows and movies.

SAN DIEGO — With a master’s degree in computer science and 30 years of experience working for technology companies, Tom Middleton had little doubt he would soon find new employment after losing his job a decade ago as a software engineering manager at Kyocera in San Diego.

SEATTLE — Amazon is defending its treatment of the hundreds of thousands of workers at its warehouses, calling statements by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders “inaccurate and misleading.”

Ford Motor’s rating outlook was downgraded from stable to negative, which does not harm the company’s credit now but alerts Wall Street that the situation is dynamic.

The food-industry spotlight was on Campbell Soup Co. last week as the company unveiled a top-to-bottom business review launched in May after chief executive Denise Morrison abruptly retired.

WASHINGTON — Architects and engineers are still in. Accountants, doctors and lawyers remain out — mostly. New rules floated by the Trump administration lay out what kinds of businesses can take a 20 percent deduction against income taxes under the new tax law.

Probably everyone has at least daydreamed of starting their own business. A trendy restaurant, a vintage clothing shop, striking it rich with a new killer phone app — these are the dreams that keep entrepreneurs in the game.

CHICAGO — Craft breweries are on pace to see a record number of openings and closings in 2018, according to the Brewers Association.

SAN JOSE, Calif. — On a day when Facebook revealed it has removed dozens of pages that were using “coordinated inauthentic behavior” intended to interfere in American politics ahead of the midterm elections, PBS held a media conference on Tuesday to promote an upcoming “Frontline” investigat…

KEY LARGO, Fla.— Just as they prepare for a crucial harvest in the wake of Hurricane Irma, lobster fisherman in the Florida Keys fear a trade war with China could undermine storm recovery in the island chain.

MIAMI — The next time you use Uber, check your bill. The trip could turn out to be expensive — not just for the distance but for a type of fraud that is on the rise.

Last spring, companies warned that the Trump administration’s steel and aluminum tariffs could hit their bottom line. Now the bill is starting to come due.

The number of airlines has been shrinking in the last decade as airlines merge and acquire rivals, cutting competition and reducing choices for air travelers.

SEATTLE — Seattle is the crane capital of America for the third year in a row, as construction across the city has rebounded strongly from a relative lull in early 2018.

NEW YORK — The Google Assistant is on more than a half-billion devices around the world, but parts of its personality come from just three women at the tech giant’s offices in Manhattan.

DETROIT — The pair of allegedly rare Air Jordan sneakers arrived last month to the bunker-like Authentication Center of StockX, a Dan Gilbert-backed company that is one of Detroit’s fastest-growing startups.

CHICAGO — Kids who take up baseball or softball as well as anyone remodeling their kitchen, dealing with a flat bicycle tire or getting a dog could be caught in the crosshairs of the Trump administration’s latest salvo in the global trade war.

Working at an Amazon warehouse in the U.K., James Bloodworth came across a bottle of straw-colored liquid on a shelf. It looked like pee.