WSJ: Fox News preparing to drop O’Reilly – Axios

China’s Xiaomi, once the hottest thing in smartphones, is hoping the launch of its latest flagship device will help it regain some lost ground. Overnight, the company debuted the Mi 6 in China, boasting a Qualcomm 835 chip and other high-end components for 2,499 Chinese yuan ($363). Xiaomi has suffered greatly amid increased competition and […]

GBP Election Rally: Did Something Change? – Seeking Alpha

GBP is on track to post a very strong gain this week against the USD, opening the week at 1.2535 and currently trading at 1.2850, or 2.5% higher. This rally was sparked off by UK Prime Minister Theresa May, who surprised the market by calling for general elections to be held on 8 June, in […]

IMF Raises Forecast for Global Economic Growth – New York Times

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Goldman Tumbles After Bank Strikes Out on Bond-Trading Revival – Bloomberg

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. fell the most since the day after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, leading the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower after bond-trading revenue fell short of estimates and lagged behind rivals. Shares of the company slid as much as 4.5 percent and traded at $217.13, for a 4 percent […]

United booted a couple traveling to their wedding, just days after public relations fiasco – Washington Post

Still recovering from what was likely an avoidable public relations debacle, United Airlines is again making headlines after two passengers — a couple traveling to their own wedding — said they were kicked off their flight. Michael Hohl and his fiancee, Amber Maxwell, had planned on flying Saturday from Salt Lake City to Costa Rica, with a […]

Is Snapchat’s CEO Awful Enough to Have Said This Awful Thing? – Gizmodo

Image: Getty. Here’s a Monday morning riddle for you. A lawsuit filed by an ex-Snapchat employee alleges that CEO Evan Spiegel once told him the app is “only for rich people,” and that he therefore didn’t want to expand into “poor countries like India and Spain.” At first glance, that comment might strike a reasonable […]

Here’s what United will do differently after passenger fiasco – NOLA.com

United Airlines has updated its policy to no longer allow crew members to displace passengers who are already seated on a plane. Under the new policy, which is meant to avoid future public relations fiascos like the one the world witnessed earlier this week, airline crews are required to check in at least an hour […]

Which state sends most taxes to DC? Hint: It’s not a state – Fox News

WASHINGTON –  As Tax Day approaches, show some love for the good people who live in the nation’s capital. Washington, that swampy den of iniquity that politicians love to scorn, sends the most tax dollars per person to the U.S. government. By a lot. Last year, the District of Columbia paid Uncle […]

Here’s why overbooking flights is actually a good thing – Business Insider

Overbooking is a common practice in the airline industry that helps companies sure they sell every seat.David Goldman/AP Photo The United Airlines incident has sparked outrage about the practice of overbooking in the airline industry. On Tuesday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie even sent a letter to the Trump administration asking for the regulations to […]

Amid Questions Over Its Culture, Uber Says Its Bookings Doubled in 2016 – New York Times

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