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If you're headed for London, don't expect to use Uber. The city's transport authority has rejected Uber's application for a new permit to operate in the city. Authorities ruled the ride-hailing app was not a "fit and proper" way to get around. Uber announced it will challenge the decision in court.


Death Wish Coffee is recalling 11 ounce cans of its Death Wish Nitro Cold Brew. The company says the current process could lead to the growth and production of a deadly toxin, botulin, which produces a form of food poisoning.


Mazda is recalling nearly 58-thousand late model Mazda 6 vehicles. The company says debris from the welding process during manufacturing of the front passenger seat frame may damage some of the wiring, which could lead to a loss of power steering assist and deactivation of the passenger air bag.


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