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Tesla pulls its new Full Self-Driving beta due to software 'issues'

2:25am EDT

NEW YORK/ SAN FRANCISCO U.S. electric car maker Tesla Inc on Sunday rolled back the latest version of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta software, less than a day after its release, after users complained of false collision warnings and other issues. | Video

'Containergeddon' drives sugar, rice shippers back to bulk vessels

Oct 22 2021

NEW YORK Food traders are switching from containers back to dry bulk vessels to transport refined sugar and rice, hoping to avoid shipping delays caused by container shortages and port congestion that the industry is calling "containergeddon", according to traders.

Shipping disruptions to keep coffee prices high for longer, say experts

Oct 15 2021

NEW YORK Disruptions to transportation of coffee around the world, caused by container shortages and port congestion, will likely keep coffee prices high for a longer time since they make it more difficult for the market to rebalance supplies geographically.

Global sugar market grateful for India supply, once viewed as a threat

Oct 08 2021

SAO PAULO/NEW YORK (Reuters) -India may be the only country able to fill a looming global supply gap for sugar as the Brazilian crop ends, making the world's sugar market grateful for the Asian country that was once viewed as a threat to the market's stability.

Brazil's Cosan joins U.S. climate tech fund, looks at startups

Oct 06 2021

NEW YORK (Reuters) -Brazilian energy company Cosan SA has joined the U.S.-based Fifth Wall Climate Tech Fund as an investor and partner in a deal that also gives it preferential access to investments in startups developing lower carbon solutions.

Brazil's Cosan joins U.S. climate tech fund, looks at startups

Oct 06 2021

NEW YORK, Oct 6 Brazilian energy company Cosan SA has joined the U.S.-based Fifth Wall Climate Tech Fund as an investor and partner, in a deal that also gives it preferential access to investments in startups developing lower carbon solutions.

Wake up and smell the coffee ... made in the United States

Sep 22 2021

NEW YORK Farmer David Armstrong recently finished planting what is likely the most challenging crop his family has ever cultivated since his ancestors started farming in 1865 - 20,000 coffee trees.

POLL-Global cocoa supply balance seen shifting to deficit in 2021/22

Sep 22 2021

NEW YORK, Sept 22 The global cocoa supply balance is seen shifting from a surplus of 250,000 tonnes in 2020/21 to a deficit of 125,000 tonnes in 2021/22, due mainly to an expected smaller production in Ghana, according to a Reuters poll with eight analysts and brokers.

ED&F Man takes large volume of white sugar at ICE October expiry, traders say

Sep 15 2021

NEW YORK (Reuters) -Commodities trader ED&F Man will receive 124,800 tonnes of white sugar to be delivered against the expiration of the October contract at ICE exchange, according to preliminary information from traders on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Brazil's coffee exports fall 27% as shipping hurdles increase

Sep 13 2021

SAO PAULO/NEW YORK, Sept 13 Exports of green coffee from Brazil, the world's largest producer, fell 27% in August from a year earlier to 2.33 million 60-kg bags as difficulties to find containers and space at vessels increased, exporters association Cecafe said on Monday.

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