The USDA has announced that over 75,000 pounds of salad products are being recalled because the lettuce in the products may be contaminated with E. coli. The products were produced by Missa Bay between October 14, 2019 through October 16, 2019. Most of the products are of the pre-packaged salad type variety and were sold in stores including Sam’s Club, Aldi, and Giant Eagle, reports Consumer Reports. The affected products, though produced in mid-October, have “best buy/use by” dates between October 29, 2019 and November 1, 2019. All the products subject to the recall have an “EST. 18502B” establishment number. The items are known to have shipped to locations in the following states: Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and Wisconsin. Though the … [Read more...] about Serious E. Coli outbreak sparks national salad recall: Here’s the full list of products to avoid
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Pharrell Williams is on a Gravity high. “Whew! Whew!” he says. “Listen to me, it is crazy.” The 40-year-old musician, producer, and mini mogul is seated on a rolling chair in the tranquil recording studio at the top of Miami’s Setai Hotel; he’s small and delicate, like an Egyptian cat, with ropes of delicate gold necklaces and bracelets encircling his neck and wrists. The windows behind him look out on the Atlantic Ocean, and, sitting with his back to the brilliant sun, his silhouette flickers as if a mirage. Naturally, Williams has a home theater, but he couldn’t wait and saw Gravity soon after it opened, in 3-D. “I was so happy with the pixelation,” he says. We talk about the scene where George Clooney drifts off into space. “I woulda ruined that moment,” he says, picturing himself in Clooney’s place. “I woulda cried like a baby.” I wonder if the idea of a black void, of being completely alone, … [Read more...] about Get Busy: Pharrell’s Productivity Secrets
Getting things done in less time can serve two purposes: You can fit more into a day or you can free up more downtime. Whichever goal is yours, tapping into your personal productivity style can be your secret weapon. We all have a way in which we work best, says Paula Rizzo, author of Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You. advertisement advertisement A former senior health producer for Fox News, Rizzo learned this lesson the hard way. After ignoring the physical warning signs, a burst appendix put her into the hospital, forcing her to take six weeks off of work. “I had to be intentional about what I allowed back in,” Rizzo recalls. “My big priority was getting better, and every decision had to go through that lens.” Instead of waiting for a personal crisis, Rizzo recommends that you figure out your personal workflow to improve your output while reducing your stress. “One of the biggest hurdles people face when they’re … [Read more...] about These 5 questions will help you identify your productivity style
Just before Christmas, protesters took to the streets of San Francisco and Oakland to block Google’s double-decker shuttle buses. During one incident, a union organizer impersonating a Google employee berated a protester, “Why don’t you go to a city where you can afford it? This is a city for the right people who can afford it. You can’t afford it? You can leave. I’m sorry, get a better job.” The exchange, while staged, sounded plausible enough. Only a few weeks later, protesters slashed the tires and broke a window on another Google bus. advertisement advertisement These buses have become a visible symbol of tensions between tech transplants and longtime residents, who are increasingly clashing over the rise of income inequality in the area. This elaborate network of private transportation shuttling Silicon Valley workers out of San Francisco each day in Wi-Fi-resplendent comfort has allowed for an influx of high-paid tech employees to … [Read more...] about Can Silicon Valley Be Saved?
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation's cash and bank balances tanked to Rs 504 crore in March – according to a report in The Indian Express.In March 2018, cash and bank balances stood at Rs 1,013 crore while a year earlier it was Rs 9,511 crore.The freefall in the upstream petroleum major's cash reserves is particularly concerning as it is India's largest oil explorer – accounting for 60 percent of the country’s crude oil production.Close While the slide is precipitated by two deals involving ONGC's stake buys in Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd and GSPC, the government has maintained that the company has "sufficient lines of credit from banks and strong access to capital markets" to maintain its working capital requirements. related news Bill to ban production, sale of e-cigarettes in Lok Sabha Patidar leader Hardik Patel extends support to JNU students' protest In-Depth | Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken: An anatomy of JNU students’ protest against fee hike … [Read more...] about ONGC’s depleting cash reserves hit exploration spends: Report