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Our Bad. Chevy Accidently Leaked Photos of the 2024 Corvette Hybrid

Images of the much-anticipated E-Ray appeared on Chevy's website before the automaker noticed the mistake and took them down.

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Hundreds of Yeti Coolers Flew Off a Cargo Ship and Now People Are Finding Them on Shore

An inclement weather incident knocked an estimated 109 shipping containers off a boat headed towards Canada.

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This Founder Was Dismayed by Food Waste in the Restaurant Industry, So She Started a Zero-Waste Grocery Line That Now Caters Events for Nike

An experienced chef by trade, Camilla Marcus noticed a disconnect between sustainability and the food industry — so she set out to change the way we farm, eat and browse grocery aisles.

Patagonia Sues Gap, Claims Rival Copied Design of Fleece Pullover

Gap claims the Snap-T fleece is a redesigned item from the company's archive.

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Going Fast Is About to Get More Expensive for Some Mercedes-Benz Drivers

The automaker will begin charging drivers of its electric cars a yearly subscription fee to accelerate faster.

Human Composting: An Intriguing New Alternative to Burial

This environmentally-friendly form of interment is now legal in five states.

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FDA Gives Safety Green Light to Lab-Grown Meat Startup

Upside Foods still requires additional approval from the Agriculture Department' to begin sales to consumers.

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The Fastest Growing Segement In the Car Market May Shock You

Despite inflation—or maybe because of it—electric vehicles have had a 66% increase in sales from last year.

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This Is How South Dakota Gets Most of Its Energy

The state produces twice as much electricity as it uses, exporting the rest to nearby states.

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