Money Matters: Clover shuts down temporarily over salmonella reports

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July 16, 2013, 7:56 am
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(NECN) - After thirty years, Nissan is bringing back the Datsun.
The company is hoping the new Datsun "Go", a five-seat hatchback, will spur growth in emerging markets as well as in Indonesia and Russia.
It will sell for less than $7,000.

Massachusetts-based Clover Food Lab has closed its doors for the time being, after some customers were sickened by salmonella shortly after eating at a Clover location.
Twelve people overall have been affected and no deaths or hospitalizations have been reported.
While the source of the outbreak is unknown, Clover's founder says he thinks it could be a supplier who recently made some changes.
Clover has five restaurants and runs eleven food trucks around greater Boston.

Federal investigators are investigating more than 20 complaints about smelling smoke and finding burn marks in some Mercedes ‘C’ class sedans.
They’re looking into the possibility of a wiring related problem in more than 200,000 models from 2008 and 2009.

Tags: Mercedes , Money Matters, Nissan, Clover Food Lab, Datsun, Go
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