China’s Procurement Agency Excludes Symantec from Approved Vendors, GE to Invest $2B in Africa

According to a new study, better supplier relationships could have netted the six largest U.S. automakers an additional $1.4 billion in profit.

The Chinese government’s procurement agency has excluded Symantec and Kaspersky Lab from a list of approved antivirus software vendors.

Americans’ self-reported average daily spending increased slightly to $94 in July.

General Electric plans to invest $2 billion in Africa by 2018 to develop facilities, improve supply chains, and train workers.

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