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Trump Organization Launching Affordable 'American Idea' Hotel Chain

The Trump Organization announced plans to launch a new 'American Idea' mid-market hotel chain with a patriotic theme. The first hotels will open in Mississippi, where Trump won by 18 percentage points in the presidential race.

Business June 6, 2017

Following Criticism Over Surge Pricing, Uber Offers Refunds To Riders Who Used Its Service In London Attack Aftermath

Uber went under fire over surge pricing following the terrorist attack in London on Saturday, June 3, but it's making things right. The company issued refunds to all passengers who used its service within the affected areas.

Business June 5, 2017

Apple And Amazon Back Foxconn To Buy Toshiba Chip Division, But The Bidding War Is Fierce

Foxconn has joined the bidding war for Toshiba's chip business, and Apple and Amazon are among its backers, ready to 'chip in with funds.' Even so, Foxconn may still not have much of a chance.

Business June 5, 2017

Walmart Wants Store Employees To Deliver Orders On Their Way Home From Work: Here's Why It's A Great Idea

Walmart has come up with an ingenious way to handle order delivery, having its store workers deliver packages on their way home from work, using their own cars. It might sound odd, but here's why it's a great idea.

Business June 2, 2017

JetBlue Emergency Landing Highlights The Risk Of Trump's Laptop Ban

Back in March, the Trump administration issued a travel ban on large electronics in airline cabins. However, an emergency landing for a JetBlue flight highlights the risk of the ban.

Business May 31, 2017

Amazon Hits Milestone With Stock Shares Hitting $1,000 For The First Time

Amazon has come a long way since Jeff Bezos started the Seattle-based company back in 1994. Now, over 20 years later, the company's success was reflected in the stock market with a milestone share price.

Business May 30, 2017

Not Halal Pepperoni: Muslim Man Sues Little Caesars Over Pork Topping On Pizza

A Muslim man in Dearborn, Michigan, has filed a $100 million lawsuit against Little Ceasars Pizza, saying he was served and unknowingly consumed pork despite ordering halal pepperoni pizza. Learn more about this pizza lawsuit.

Business May 29, 2017

GameStop Reports Strong Switch And 'Zelda' Sales, But Still Faces Stock Drop

The last few years have not been kind to GameStop, with stock and sales dropping steadily. Despite a bump thanks to sales of the Switch and the new 'Zelda' game, it saw another drop in stock value.

Business May 26, 2017

Lyft Broadens Business With Premium Ride Service To Gain Ground On Uber

Lyft has been determined to gain ground and be more competitive with Uber. The newest venture in this is a premium ride service in major U.S. cities.

Business May 25, 2017

Facebook To Pay Up To $250,000 For Original Videos From BuzzFeed And Vox Media

Facebook has reportedly signed deals with content creators such as BuzzFeed and Vox Media for original content. The social network is willing to pay up to $250,000 for scripted programs, similar to the model used by Netflix and Amazon.

Business May 24, 2017

Uber Admits To Underpaying New York City Drivers By Millions Of Dollars Due To Accounting Error

Uber admitted that it underpaid New York City drivers by tens of millions of dollars, with the blame being cast on an accounting error. How will the ride-hailing company handle this new controversy?

Business May 24, 2017

Gay Dads Cry Discrimination During Family Boarding On Southwest Flight

A gay couple was denied family boarding privileges when they tried to board a Southwest Airlines flight together with their three kids and grandma to boot. The two fathers believe they were discriminated against, but the airline says otherwise.

Business May 24, 2017

Mercedes-Benz Competes With Tesla In Residential Solar Energy And Storage

Mercedes-Benz is expanding its operations into clean energy by following Tesla’s footsteps. The car manufacturer announced its partnership with Vivint Solar for residential energy storage.

Business May 21, 2017

These Are The Top 10 Companies People Want To Work For, According To LinkedIn

LinkedIn helps thousands of professionals in their job search every day. According to the website, these are the places most people want to work for.

Business May 21, 2017

Uber Wanted To Partner With Tesla For Self-Driving Cars, But Elon Musk Said No

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick reportedly approached Tesla CEO Elon Musk to propose a partnership. Kalanick wanted Uber and Tesla to work together on self-driving car technology and compete against Apple, but Musk said no.

Business May 17, 2017

Biz Stone, Co-Founder Of Twitter, Returns To The Company

Back in 2011, Biz Stone left the company he co-founded to see if he could recapture that success in another project. Now, Stone is making his return to Twitter.

Business May 16, 2017

Ford Job Cuts Reportedly Imminent: Automaker To Cut 10 Percent Of Global Workforce

Ford is reportedly planning to cut $3 billion in costs and to achieve it, it will cut 10 percent of its global workforce. This may not sit well with President Donald Trump, who wants to boost employment in the auto industry.

Business May 16, 2017

Airline Protocol Breach? United Airlines Cockpit Codes Made Public

United Airlines experienced a security protocol mishap, as the access codes to the flight deck were leaked online. Although United Continental Holdings stresses this was not a security breach, the incident attests to the vulnerability of airline security measures.

Business May 15, 2017

Tesla Now Taking Orders For Its Solar Roof: How It Could Possibly Be The Company’s Best Offering Yet

What possibly makes Tesla Solar Roof the company's best product to date? Here's a quick look at its appreciating value, aesthetics, and Elon Musk's commitment to solar power.

Business May 15, 2017

Family Kicked Out Of JetBlue Flight Over A Birthday Cake: Here's What Happened

A family was booted off a flight to Las Vegas over a birthday cake. The incident happened on May 3, but reports only recently surfaced after the family uploaded a video that they took of what happened that day.

Business May 15, 2017

Tesla Solar Roof Tiles Now Ready For Preorder, But Only In Two Options For Now: Elon Musk

Elon Musk has officially confirmed that starting Wednesday, May 10, Tesla's solar roof tiles are ready for preorder. Only two models will be available at first, with the other two to follow in roughly six months.

Business May 10, 2017

No Pilot, No Problem: Spirit Airlines Cancels Flights Amid Fort Lauderdale Airport Dispute

Spirit Airlines canceled multiple flights on Monday night, May 8, causing rage among the passengers stranded at Fort Lauderdale Airport in Florida, which lead to three arrests. The flight cancellations stemmed from a labor dispute between the airline and union pilots.

Business May 10, 2017

Tunnel Caves In At Hanford Nuclear Waste Site In Washington State: Is There A Radiation Leak?

A part of an underground tunnel at the Hanford nuclear waste site in Washington State collapsed, forcing the evacuation of some workers. The tunnel contained rail cars filled with radioactive waste, leading to concerns of a radiation leak.

Business May 10, 2017

Unemployment Rate Hits Lowest Level In A Decade As US Job Market Sees Strong Rebound

The U.S. Department of Labor released new data on May 5, showing a solid rebound for the job market. The unemployment rate dropped to 4.4 percent, the lowest level in a decade, but it could be an artificial low.

Business May 6, 2017

Made-In-China Passenger Jet, The Country’s Answer to Boeing And Airbus, Takes Maiden Flight

China's C919 passenger jet made its maiden flight on Friday, May 5, marking the country's aspirations to compete against Boeing and Airbus jets in commercial flights. Find out more about this homegrown jet and its chances of success.

Business May 5, 2017

Insider Leaks Possible SpaceX IPO With Early Access For Tesla Shareholders, But Space Firm Is Quick To Deny Report

SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell spoke about circulating rumors saying Elon Musk’s space firm is preparing for IPO. What are the chances of SpaceX ever going public soon?

Business May 4, 2017

American Airlines Slashes Legroom In Economy Class In The Name Of New Plane Seats

American Airlines is eyeing more seats on its Boeing 737 Max jetliners. In order to do so, it will decrease the distance between some economy seats from 31 inches to 29 inches.

Business May 4, 2017

US President Donald Trump Signs Executive Order To Expand America-First Offshore Drilling, But Industry Demand Is Low

U.S. President Donald Trump just signed an executive order to expand offshore drilling to areas that were previously off-limits, despite low industry demands. The move angered environmental groups, which plan to fight it in court.

Business April 29, 2017

Elon Musk Finally Reveals Plans For His Boring Company At Ted Conference [Video]

Elon Musk reveals what he wants his tunnel company to accomplish at a TED Talk. The Boring Company plans to solve Los Angeles traffic with a series of 3D tunnels.

Business April 29, 2017

PlayStation Had Its Best Year With 20M PS4 Units Shipped, But Sony Predicts A Decline

Sony's PlayStation registered its best year ever, with the PS4 shipping 20 million units for an impressive total of 60 million. For the current fiscal year, however, Sony predicts a decline in PS4 shipments.

Business April 28, 2017

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Will Not Join Oath After Verizon Acquisition, But She Will Be $186 Million Richer

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will make her departure in June, as she was not tapped to join the executive team of Oath. Mayer, however, will make $186 million upon the completion of Yahoo's sale to Verizon.

Business April 25, 2017

Spotify Hardware In The Works? Job Posting Reveals Ambition To Create Wearables, Smart Home Devices

A job listing revealed that Spotify is thinking about getting into the hardware business. The device that the music streaming service is planning is apparently inspired by the Snap Spectacles, the Amazon Echo, and the Pebble Watch.

Business April 25, 2017

Oregon Teen Sells $1 Million Worth Of Custom Socks: Here's How He Did It

A teenager from Sherwood, Oregon built his custom sock business from scratch. Find out what it took for it to become the million-dollar success it is today.

Business April 24, 2017

San Francisco Power Outage Caused By Failure Of Circuit Breaker: Here's What Happened

Many were alarmed when San Francisco became part of the multi-city power outage on April 21, but officials say there is nothing to fear. Official statements blame fire for the blackout.

Business April 22, 2017

Trump’s ‘Buy American, Hire American’ Executive Order Limits Visa Program For Tech Workforce

Under the ‘Buy American, Hire American’ initiative, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order targeting the H-1B work visa program. This could bring significant changes for the tech companies contracting highly skilled immigrant workforce, altering the visa allocation system.

Business April 20, 2017

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Outs USAFacts To Make Government Spending And Other Data More Transparent

Steve Ballmer has taken on government transparency next, having outed his newest venture, USAFacts. It’s a site where government revenue, spending and other related data are centralized and presented in an intuitive way.

Business April 19, 2017

Malaysia Airlines: First Major Airline To Use Satellite Technology To Track Own Fleet

Malaysia Airlines will be the first airline to use space-based satellite technology to track its planes. Malaysia Airlines is still reeling from the 2014 disaster when its Flight 370 disappeared in the Indian Ocean.

Business April 19, 2017

Starbucks Releases Its New Unicorn Frappuccino And It’s As Magical As You’d Expect

Check out the latest mythically inspired drink by Starbucks: the Unicorn Frappuccino. This tasty creation changes color and flavor as you stir it, and is only available until April 23.

Business April 19, 2017

Apple To Invest Billions In Toshiba Chip Division, Potentially Rescuing It: Report

Amid Toshiba’s suffered losses and news surrounding the sale of its semiconductor unit, Apple might be coming to the rescue. Reports suggest that Apple is interested in bidding for the unit, potentially handing it around 30 percent stake.

Business April 15, 2017

T-Mobile Bids $8 Billion At FCC Airwaves Auction: Un-Carrier Now In Position To Topple AT&T, Verizon

T-Mobile bid nearly $8 billion at the recently concluded auction for broadcast airwaves spectrum by the FCC. The wireless licenses that the Un-Carrier acquired would allow it to further challenge, and possibly outmuscle, AT&T and Verizon.

Business April 14, 2017

Uber Loses Rachel Whetstone, Head Of Communications, Amid Company Woes And High-Profile Exits

Uber’s head of communications Rachel Whetstone has chosen to leave the company for undisclosed reasons. Her exit follows several high-profile exits at Uber in recent months, alongside publicized scandals about the company’s bleak workplace culture.

Business April 12, 2017

Tesla Claims Throne As America's Most Valuable Carmaker From General Motors

Tesla has surpassed General Motors as the most valuable automobile manufacturer in the United States, with a market cap of $51.5 billion. The company's rise shows the increasing focus on electric vehicles and powerful software.

Business April 11, 2017

FCC Chairman Junks Proposal To Allow In-Flight Voice Calls Using Mobile Phones

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai junked the proposal of his predecessor, Tom Wheeler, to allow airline passengers to make phone calls while in flight. Pai said that the proposal is ill-conceived and not in the public interest.

Business April 11, 2017

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