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Have you bought fries in the past decade? You paid way too much, report says

When you hear the word “collusion,” the next word that comes to mind likely isn’t “potato.” But the potato-grower industry has apparently been colluding for years to reduce the amount of potatoes grown across the country in an effort to increase their profits, according to a report by California State University. -- Miami Herald - FLA

Afternoon Coffee: Toyota and Mazda Plan $1.6 Billion US Investment, Mercedes-Benz to 3-D Print Parts for Trucks

Potato Cartel Forget Russia collusion; potato collusion is the real story. According to California State University Northridge business law professor Melanie Stallings Williams, U.S. potato growing cooperatives used drones and satellite images to reduce the amount of potatoes grown in the country during the early 2000s in an effort to increase prices — up to 49% in some cases. -- Spend Matters

Working on Your Side Hustle? Here Are 3 Habits to Be More Productive.

Research from scientists at California State University, Northridge and Columbia University shows that the clothes we wear influence the way we feel and think. In the five studies they conducted, they found that wearing formal clothing enhanced cognitive processing. -- Uncova

Working on Your Side Hustle? Here Are 3 Habits to Be More Productive.

Research from scientists at California State University, Northridge and Columbia University shows that the clothes we wear influence the way we feel and think. In the five studies they conducted, they found that wearing formal clothing enhanced cognitive processing. -- True Viral News

US (CA): MedMen continues to recruit top executive talent

Mr. Parker is a seasoned financial executive with extensive, high-level experience in strategic overhaul, financial planning and forecasting. He has held senior level positions in the investment and banking sectors, and is a lecturer of Quantitative Finance at California State University, Northridge. Mr. Parker is responsible for planning and overseeing the growth strategy of MedMen's overall enterprise and its assets. -- Hortidaily

Good News: Northwind Quilters awards scholarships

The seniors include Megan Phillips from Fairfield High School, who will be attending the Chicago Institute of Art to study Art History and Museum Art; and Alexander Viray, of St. Patrick/Vincent Catholic High School in Vallejo, who has been accepted to California State University of Northridge and has enrolled in the videography and filmmaking program. -- Daily Republic

Moments in Time Art Reception Aug. 4 at Porterville Gallery

“The Underground Railroad influence was inspired by my son Sean’s graduation from Northridge State University. He asked me to paint some paintings that had women of the underground compared to women of the Bible. These were displayed in a show he put together titled, Mother Weep No More. -- Valley Voice

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