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A Boeing spokesman said he wasn't sure when the company last lost commercial plane orders for the year, but "it definitely has not happened in the last 30 years. The day after Bezos' announcement, more than 1,000 employees walked out to protest Amazon's climate stance. Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U. VIDEO5:1005:10PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston on Q3 resultsCNBC Global CFO Council. 8%, raising concerns about an energy shock on the global economy

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