Amazon said it pushed Chinese factory for reforms before report published

  1. Amazon said it pushed Chinese factory for reforms before report published  CNNMoney
  2. Rights group hits Amazon, Foxconn over China labour conditions  Reuters
  3. Amazon Is Being Blasted by a Watchdog Group Over China Echo Factory Conditions  Fortune
  4. Watchdog criticizes conditions at Chinese factory that builds Amazon Echo speakers  Seattle Times
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The FBI wants you to factory reset your router. Here's how to do it

  1. The FBI wants you to factory reset your router. Here’s how to do it  CNET
  2. VPNFilter Malware Sinks Its Teeth Into More Routers  PCMag
  3. Russian Router Malware Just Got Much Worse: What to Do  Tom’s Guide
  4. VPNFilter malware infecting 500000 devices is worse than we thought  Ars Technica
  5. Why the FBI wants you to reboot your router — and why that won’t be enough next time  Washington Post
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How to factory reset your router: Linksys, Netgear, Mikrotik, QNAP and TP-Link and more

  1. How to factory reset your router: Linksys, Netgear, Mikrotik, QNAP and TP-Link and more  CNET
  2. Russian Router Malware Just Got Much Worse: What to Do  Tom’s Guide
  3. Better Safe than Sorry  The UCSB Current
  4. VPNFilter malware infecting 500000 devices is worse than we thought  Ars Technica
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Workers re-open Kellogg factory closed by company in crisis-hit Venezuela

Workers re-open Kellogg factory closed by company in crisis-hit Venezuelaby Virginia Pietromarchi and Agencies  Venezuelan authorities said they handed a Kellogg Co plant to workers and reactivated production at the factory yesterday, a day after the US cereal producer pulled out of the crisis-hit country. Kellogg joined a host of other multinationals in exiting Venezuela and later confirmed President Nicolas Maduro’s leftist government had taken over its manufacturing plant. On Wednesday, Aragua state Governor Marco Torres slammed Kellogg and guaranteed food production would continue. “With no notification, this US-based multinational decided to close its doors, leaving 570 workers hanging,” said Mr Torres at the plant, in Maracay. “Yet, we’re here – in less than 24 hours.” Millions in Venezuela suffer food and medicine shortages amid hyperinflation. Mr Maduro blames Venezuela’s crisis on an “economic war” that he says is being waged by Washington, greedy businessmen and coup-mongers.  He is expected to win Sunday’s presidential election, described by the opposition as a sham – who also put the blame for the economic crisis squarely at Mr Maduro’s door, citing corruption and mismanagement.  Clorox, Kimberly-Clark, General Mills , General Motors and Harvest Natural Resources are the most recent big names to pull out of Venezuela in the face of economic conditions. Opposition critics scoffed that the government would quickly plunder the Kellogg plant and ruin its business. Kellogg  hasn’t given more detailed information on the difficulties it was facing, but companies have been struggling to find raw materials and cope with their production expenses in Venezuela, as the government does not allow companies to raise prices in order to cope with the country’s hyperinflation problem.  “The current economic and social deterioration in the country has now prompted the company to discontinue operations,” Kellogg said.  President Nicolas Maduro used a campaign rally to call the action ” absolutely unconstitutional and illegal” and said the workers would take over so that “they can continue producing for the people.” During a speech in the state of Carabobo on Tuesday, Mr Maduro also stated that he had already begun judicial proceedings against the firm’s business leader. While the Texas-based company said it hoped to return to Venezuela in future, it also warned of legal action if its product is sold there in the meantime.  “Kellogg is not responsible for the unauthorised use of the commercial names and brands that are the property of the company and will exercise legal actions available as necessary,” the company said. 


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Last Jeep Wrangler JK rolls off the line as factory tools up for Wrangler truck

  1. Last Jeep Wrangler JK rolls off the line as factory tools up for Wrangler truck  Digital Trends
  2. Jeep Says Farewell To The Wrangler JK  Carscoops
  3. Last Jeep Wrangler JK rolls off the assembly line on Friday at Toledo plant  WNWO NBC 24
  4. By sanding the rough edges off the redesigned 2018 Wrangler Sahara, does Jeep transform it into a family-friendly SUV?  New York Daily News
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Suspicious factory underscores challenge of verifying North Korea's nuclear promises

  1. Suspicious factory underscores challenge of verifying North Korea’s nuclear promises  Washington Post
  2. North Korea missile and nuclear test halt hailed  BBC News
  3. Hope and skepticism as America readies summit with North Korea  The Hill
  4. Will Kim Jong-un Trade His Nuclear Arsenal to Rebuild Economy?  New York Times
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