U.S. Government Fines GM $35M, Simplifying Seafood Supply Chain, Alcoa and United Steelworkers

General Motors will pay $35 million in a civil settlement with the U.S. government.

Shrimp Trader, a U.S. start-up, aims to let retail and food-service buyers purchase directly from seafood sellers, simplifying the supply chain.

Lockheed Martin and Raytheon, two of the biggest U.S. defense companies, are competing for a contract to build a radar system to track space debris.

Alcoa has reached a tentative agreement on a new five-year labor contract with the United Steelworkers union, which represents roughly 6,100 Alcoa workers.

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