• Some Chattanooga Airport flights canceled
Some Chattanooga Airport flights canceled

The director of aviation for Dayton International Airport told local news station WHIOTV that American Airlines would not fully recover from the cancellations until Sunday. "Our team, in coordination with PSA, is working hard to resolve the issue as quickly as possible", said American in a statement. PSA Airlines, a regional carrier for America...

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  • Oil steady as Trump, Kim launch summit in Singapore
Oil steady as Trump, Kim launch summit in Singapore

OPEC kept its global demand expectations steady. Tankers waiting to load more than 24 million barrels of crude are sitting off the country's main oil port. Morgan, offered a possible long-term scenario - one in which so-called "Big Oil" and OPEC engage in an all-out battle for market share. Yet the report also said that "downside risks migh...

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  • Bitcoin prices manipulated, says study
Bitcoin prices manipulated, says study

Several exchanges have been using Tether as a way to quickly facilitate fund transfers, replacing the need to depend on banks. Their findings suggest that Bitfinex , an exchange which created and sold Tether , used their currency to snap up bitcoin and drive demand for it, bumping up prices.

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  • Musk's Boring Company to build high-speed system in Chicago
Musk's Boring Company to build high-speed system in Chicago

The company has designed a system that uses computer-controlled electric-powered wheeled "skates" that can travel at speeds of up to 150 miles per hour while carrying passengers, goods or vehicles riding on top of them. Musk hasn't given up on his original vision for an ultra-high-speed transport system. Single passenger vehicles will also be avail...

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  • Marin among nation's top three most expensive places for renters
Marin among nation's top three most expensive places for renters

The housing wage for a one-bedroom apartment in Washington is $21.65. San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo counties top the list of most expensive jurisdictions, where one would need to make $60.02 an hour to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment.

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  • Trump renews attack on OPEC ahead of group's production meeting
Trump renews attack on OPEC ahead of group's production meeting

On Wednesday, the national average for a gallon of regular stood at $2.91, up 25 percent from a year ago, according to the AAA auto club. The development is likely to weigh on Opec energy ministers, who are expected to discuss a plan to end the production cut deal later this month.

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  • Apple’s 2018 models likely to be cheaper than iPhone X
Apple’s 2018 models likely to be cheaper than iPhone X

The iPhone X Plus schematics do tell us that the 6.5-inch phone will be slightly smaller than the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus: that's 157.2 x 77.1 mm (6.18 x 3.03 inches) vs. Schematics and sizing details have leaked for some of Apple's forthcoming iPhone models, specifically the larger "Plus" model and the alleged "budget" model.

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  • Wall Street sees two more Fed hikes in 2018, three in 2019
Wall Street sees two more Fed hikes in 2018, three in 2019

In its quarterly Summary of Economic Projections, officials projected the Fed's preferred inflation measure will accelerate only slightly, ending this year at 2.1 per cent rather than 1.9 per cent, and holding at that level through 2020. USA growth is also getting a boost from $1.5 trillion in tax cuts and a $300 billion increase in federal spend...

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  • Toyota Plans Billion-Dollar Investment in Ride-Hailing Startup Grab
Toyota Plans Billion-Dollar Investment in Ride-Hailing Startup Grab

The fresh funds will allow Grab to further expand services such as its food delivery service GrabFood and mobile payments GrabPay to more countries across the region. "We want to be the one-stop mobility platform for users". "We are thrilled to have Toyota onboard as a long-term, strategic partner of Grab. A future that will provide for safer and...

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  • Dixons Carphone admits data breach from July 2017
Dixons Carphone admits data breach from July 2017

Dixons Carphone says the hack began in July a year ago, so if you purchased anything or used their services since summer 2017, you may have been caught up. But around 105,000 of them were issued outside the European Union and do not have the same protections. As of now, there are no known cases of any fraudulent use of the compromised data, the co...

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  • AT&T-Time Warner Judge Fires Starting Gun in the Battle Against Tech
AT&T-Time Warner Judge Fires Starting Gun in the Battle Against Tech

Shares of other media and telecom companies also rose, including T-Mobile US Inc, Sprint Corp, CBS Corp, Dish Network Corp, Discovery Inc and Viacom Inc. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "Common sense tells you that this degree of concentrated power isn't right", wrote Zephyr Teachout, a candidate for atto...

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  • IHOP reveals the mystery of IHOb
IHOP reveals the mystery of IHOb

IHOP is entering a highly competitive and crowded space with its new burger line. You can't pull off a publicity stunt like the International House of Pancakes' name change to International House of Burgers and not catch some grief from your rivals.

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  • Kim Jong Un commits to ‘complete denuclearization’ after meeting with Trump
Kim Jong Un commits to ‘complete denuclearization’ after meeting with Trump

His statement follows a report from the New York Times, which criticized the White House for lacking a scientific advisory team. Several lawmakers expressed alarm Tuesday with President Donald Trump's plans to halt military exercises with US ally South Korea following his historic summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un , with some of them...

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  • No breakfast, IHOB is the International House of Burgers
No breakfast, IHOB is the International House of Burgers

Predictions poured in with everything from the obvious like breakfast and bacon to bananas and bellinis, but ultimately the brand revealed it stands for burgers. "Right now, there is not a defined time for how long we'll use the IHOb name", spokeswoman Stephanie Peterson said in an email, calling it a "tongue-in-cheek" name change.

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  • St Albans and Hatfield discount store Poundworld goes into administration
St Albans and Hatfield discount store Poundworld goes into administration

Poundworld, which has a chain of 335 shops, filed a notice of intention to appoint an administrator last Thursday , giving it temporary protection from its creditors. A TPG spokesman said: "This was a hard decision for every party involved". "Despite investing resources to strengthen the business, the decline in United Kingdom retail and chang...

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  • The end of net neutrality is here
The end of net neutrality is here

Of course as he's done all along, FCC boss Ajit Pai is trying to paint a decidedly different picture of what the repeal actually does. But now there are fewer rules governing how internet service providers can operate. After an intense marketing and lobbying campaign, internet companies like Verizon , AT&T , and Comcast convinced the FCC to ...

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  • Hawaii Whole Foods stores to offer Amazon Prime discounts
Hawaii Whole Foods stores to offer Amazon Prime discounts

Amazon cuts Whole Foods prices for Prime members while Target slashes the delivery fee for loyalty members. The Whole Foods' Prime discount program is now available in: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Caro...

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  • Elon Musk's Boring Company Releases Its 'Not-A-Flamethrower'
Elon Musk's Boring Company Releases Its 'Not-A-Flamethrower'

Musk's genius - the brains behind Tesla, PayPal, SolarCity, and Space X. But as President Truman and Stan Lee have taught us all, "With great power comes great responsibility" he wrote. The " Not A Flamethrower " flamethrower made famous by Elon Musk is officially in the hands of customers. But it appears as though some of them were not that inte...

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  • Jobs at risk as JLR confirms Discovery switch to Slovakia
Jobs at risk as JLR confirms Discovery switch to Slovakia

The company said in 2016 that it would assemble Discovery SUVs in Slovakia once a new plant there came on line, without revealing that all production of the model - which was redesigned in 2017 - would be moved out of the U.K. The next generation Range Rover Evoque will borrow its design language from the new Range Rover Velar and will most lik...

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  • Italy's new PM says to take 'moderate' line on tariffs at G7
Italy's new PM says to take 'moderate' line on tariffs at G7

President Donald Trump's top economic adviser says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "really kind of stabbed us in the back" when Trudeau said at the end of the Group of Seven summit that Canada wouldn't be pushed around by the USA and its trade tariffs .

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