Delta passenger said he was kicked off a plane for using the restroom
The Boston Globe, 27 April at 23:14
A Wisconsin man said he was removed from a Delta Air Lines flight because he had to get up from his seat to make an emergency restroom run. A video shows the passenger, identified as 39-year-old Kima Hamilton, attempting to explain the situation last ...
Amazon surges on big earnings and sales beat
CNBC, 27 April at 23:02
Amazon reported first-quarter sales and earnings that topped analyst estimates, as the company's e-commerce and cloud-computing businesses continued to take business from rivals. The stock climbed 4.7 percent after hours. Sales jumped 23 percent to ...
Revisiting Nafta: The Stakes for Key Industries
New York Times, 27 April at 22:51
A woman carrying goods across the Paso del Norte International Bridge connecting El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, in March. Credit Ivan Pierre Aguirre for The New York Times. President Trump may not be terminating the North American Free Trade ...
FCC Chief Opens Door to 'Fast Lanes' in Rollback of Web Rules
Bloomberg, 27 April at 22:48
U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai raised the prospect of undoing major parts of net neutrality rules backed by Silicon Valley, calling for the agency to consider lifting bans on blocking web traffic or building “fast lanes” that
Trump tax plan would hit blue states hardest
The Hill, 27 April at 22:47
President Trump's plan to overhaul the federal tax code threatens to fall disproportionately on residents of liberal-leaning states, a short-term boost for state governments that could turn into a long-term drag. Most states have tied their tax codes
Airline Stocks Plunge After American's 'Worrying Precedent' on Pay
Bloomberg, 27 April at 22:11
American Airlines Group Inc. sent industry stocks reeling after unexpectedly granting pay raises to pilots and flight attendants -- a move seen as weakening the case that carriers are poised to generate steady profits. The pay bumps will add $930
American's CEO Sides With Airline Workers Against Wall Street
Bloomberg, 27 April at 21:48
Doug Parker's $930 million increase in pilots' and flight attendants' salaries through 2019 has shaken up stock analysts. by. Justin Bachman. @justinbachman More stories by Justin Bachman. Thu Apr 27 2017 11:29:50 GMT-0700 (PDT). Bankers are mad the ...
Southwest Airlines to end practice of overbooking flights
New York Daily News, 27 April at 21:47
FILE - In this Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, file photo, Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly speaks during a preview of the new international concourse at Houston Hobby Airport in Houston. Southwest Airlines says it plans to stop overbooking flights, an
Trump's tax plan may reignite one of the most popular trades of the bull market
CNBC, 27 April at 21:45
President Donald Trump's tax proposal is still expected to lower the tax rate on returning overseas profits to 10 percent from 35 percent, despite no mention Wednesday. Wall Street analysts expect repatriation to increase share buybacks. The
As Christie Hounds Amtrak, N.J. Transit Safety Fines Mount
Bloomberg, 27 April at 21:38
Fresh details of safety lapses are emerging at New Jersey's beleaguered mass-transit agency even as Governor Chris Christie deflects blame and excoriates Amtrak, the national railroad, for mishaps and riders face upheaval. Get the latest on global
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