• Airline Accidentally Offers $15,000 Discount on Business Class Tickets
Airline Accidentally Offers $15,000 Discount on Business Class Tickets

A business class return ticket to NY from Vietnam's Da Nang costs around US$16,000 (S$21,900) for travel in July and September, according to Cathay Pacific's website on Wednesday. The Department of Transportation (DOT) ruled in 2015 that airlines aren't legally obligated to honor mistake fares, although rescinding the seemingly marvelous deals ...

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  • Tesla cuts prices as 4Q deliveries miss analysts’ estimates
Tesla cuts prices as 4Q deliveries miss analysts’ estimates

Tesla claims to have started 2018 with a delivery run rate of 120,000 vehicles and ended it at more than 350,000 vehicles per year. The $44,000 Model 3 is seen is the most important auto for Tesla, with founder Elon Musk touting it as a more affordable vehicle.

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  • Netflix poaches new finance chief from Activision
Netflix poaches new finance chief from Activision

According to multiple reports , Neumann will indeed end up departing Activision and has in fact already accepted the same role of CFO over at Netflix . "I also want to again say thank you to David Wells, on behalf of the company and our shareholders, for his invaluable contributions at Netflix over the past 14 years".

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  • Stock Markets Climb Over Trade-Deal Hopes as 2018 Ends
Stock Markets Climb Over Trade-Deal Hopes as 2018 Ends

Bank Wealth Management. Tariffs ended up raising costs for American companies. In December, China's major state-owned grain stockpiler said that it had resumed buying USA soya beans, and Beijing announced that it would suspend extra tariffs on US-made cars and auto parts starting Jan 1.

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  • New Year's numbers drawn in $425M Mega Millions jackpot
New Year's numbers drawn in $425M Mega Millions jackpot

No one walked away with the grand prize on December 28. The numbers have been announced in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing, with a jackpot of $ 425 million at stake. The odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot are 1 in 302.5 million. If the money isn't claimed by late April, the money will return to the 44 states that hold Mega Millions ...

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  • Krispy Kreme truck destroyed in fire, Kentucky police mourn
Krispy Kreme truck destroyed in fire, Kentucky police mourn

After a tweet from the Lexington Police Department mourning the deceased doughnut truck went viral, Krispy Kreme has offered to send the officers more doughnuts. "We hope you like sprinkles". Officers rushed to the scene near Man o' War Boulevard and Pink Pigeon Parkway and were able to quickly put the fire out, WKYT reported .

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  • Minimum Wages Rising In 20 States And Several Cities
Minimum Wages Rising In 20 States And Several Cities

Amid a strong backlash from the business sector, the government chose to include hours of paid rest in working hours when calculating the minimum wage. The revised enforcement decree of the Minimum Wage Act takes effect starting Tuesday, following its approval by the Cabinet on Monday. Since then, 29 states, and more than 40 cities or counties, hav...

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  • Tesla reportedly has 3,000 Model 3s in stock at tax-credit deadline
Tesla reportedly has 3,000 Model 3s in stock at tax-credit deadline

Nothing wrong for being a shill for your company and its products on social media, but it's becoming more clear as to why he was so motivated to try to drum of up sales for a company that supposedly has a lengthy waiting list for new Model 3 sedans.

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  • 6 injured due to jet bridge 'equipment failure' at airport
6 injured due to jet bridge 'equipment failure' at airport

A jetway is the structure passengers walk through to board the plane. The department says all six people injured in the collapse were released from the hospital early Sunday. The jet bridge that serves the airline gate will be out of service until investigation is completed, the airport spokesman said. Several people are hurt when a jet bridge ...

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  • Computer virus hits USA newspapers, delaying printed editions
Computer virus hits USA newspapers, delaying printed editions

The virus that hit Los Angeles also prevented the print and delivery of Saturday editions of the Los Angeles Times , the San Diego Union-Tribune and other papers to some subscribers, including West Coast editions of the Wall Street Journal and New York Times .

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  • Sears to close Waco, Killeen stores
Sears to close Waco, Killeen stores

The stores are expected to close by March; with liquidation sales starting in January. The Sears Auto Center at the additional named stores will be closing as well. If he doesn't - and if no other bidders arise, Sears will have a critical decision to make. They question the legitimacy of Lampert's bid to keep it open.

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  • Nevada to receive $13.3M under settlement with Wells Fargo
Nevada to receive $13.3M under settlement with Wells Fargo

The state of Utah will receive $10 million in the settlement, paid to the Utah Division of Consumer Protection, said Francine A. Giani, executive director of the Utah Department of Commerce. "Fortunately, both federal and state authorities have interceded to remedy Wells Fargo's misconduct". As part of Friday's settlement agreement, Wells Fargo a...

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  • Sears, the 125-year-old retail icon, has just hours to survive
Sears, the 125-year-old retail icon, has just hours to survive

Earlier this month, the hedge fund run by Sears Chairman Edward Lampert said it would offer about $4.6 billion for numerous retailer's remaining assets, including about 500 Sears and Kmart stores and its well-known Kenmore and DieHard brands.

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  • Florida's Minimum Wage Set To Go Up On Jan. 1
Florida's Minimum Wage Set To Go Up On Jan. 1

In addition, 57 percent are men and 42.1 percent are women. Progressives, including Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, have advocated Florida raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour, as other states have. Earlier this year, the Sulzbacher Center reported an increase in the number of homeless families, defined as those with at least one...

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  • Centre tightens e-commerce rules
Centre tightens e-commerce rules

The government said that e-commerce companies can make bulk purchases through their wholesale units or other group companies, which in turn sell the products to select sellers, who could be their affiliates or other companies with whom they have agreements.

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  • Dow Surges 1,000 Points as Markets Recover From Christmas Eve Disaster
Dow Surges 1,000 Points as Markets Recover From Christmas Eve Disaster

The Nasdaq Composite is up 116 points or 1.9 percent at 6,311. Brent crude, used to price global oils, lost 4.2 percent to $52.16 a barrel in London. "The thing that the Fed chairman won't be axed, that has a lot to do with everyone being happy Powell gets to keep his job and that the turmoil about this has abated for today", Forrest said .

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  • CenturyLink identifies issue that caused nationwide outage
CenturyLink identifies issue that caused nationwide outage

According to NewsWeek , Centurylink services have been down most of the day, and customers have been having trouble getting in contact with CenturyLink's support department. The shutdown affected some state agencies in Idaho , including the Department of Education's office phones and the Department of Correction's inmate phone system.

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  • Trump Says Now Is The Right To Buy Stocks
Trump Says Now Is The Right To Buy Stocks

Speaking to reports at the Oval Office on Tuesday, he said the central bank is hiking rates because they think the economy is so good. Hassett was also optimistic about the economy, amid worries triggered by Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinTrump says he has confidence in Mnuchin but hits Fed Social media reacts to Trump as...

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  • Fake Alexa setup app fools Apple and iPhone users
Fake Alexa setup app fools Apple and iPhone users

Glam glitter Series doll, Bose Corp, some of the wireless headphones and clothes from Carhartt Inc. Subscribe to MarketWatch's free Bulletin emails. Recent estimates put subscribers at just under 100 million in the U.S. Notwithstanding its shrewd speakers and different gadgets, other best merchants included L.O.L Surprise! Amazon Storytime also saw...

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  • Stocks post big gains, climb back from 4-day plunge
Stocks post big gains, climb back from 4-day plunge

After a strong start, the S&P and Dow swung between gains and losses. Retailers were especially strong, with Amazon soaring 9.5 per cent after declaring that its notched new records in holiday sales, fuelled by "tens of millions" of new subscriptions or free trials of its Prime service.

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