GM Suppliers Unhappy with New Contract, Microsoft to Buy Nokia’s Handset and Services Business

Suppliers are not happy with General Motors’ new contract terms, which would allow the automaker to recover warranty costs and audit supplier financials.

Microsoft has agreed to buy Nokia’s handset and services business for about $7.2 billion.

Construction spending in the U.S. rose in July to the highest level in four years.

Yes, American students are falling behind their peers, but not Massachusetts! According to the NY Times, “if Massachusetts were a country, its eighth graders would rank second in the world in science.

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