After the world's oldest travel firm collapses, U.K. launches "Operation Matterhorn" to bring home the more than 150,000 British vacationers affected.
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Starting at $5,999, the Mac Pro is not one of Apple’s high-volume products. It will be the only major Apple computer to be assembled in the United States.
Amazon has raised the bar when it comes to wages, setting a $15 per hour minimum in its warehouses. “Every other retailer has to compete with that,” said one hiring expert.
While no one expects rates to drop to zero or turn negative any time soon, President Trump and some of the giants of consumer finance have opened a door that was long assumed to be locked. It’s worth peering through.
Congress promised teachers student loan forgiveness — but hired loan companies that made it impossible
“If someone had told me I needed to make a change, I would have,” said one school psychologist who found himself on the hook for thousands of dollars in loans.
Despite feeling the effects of the U.S. strike, GM workers in Canada are “very supportive” of the action, said the head of Canada’s autoworkers trade union. “People are furious with General Motors. People feel betrayed.”
“The administration is trying desperately to reduce the pressure,” said one economist.
The gun-maker said the decision is purely market-driven and made no mention of any public pressure over the AR-15's use in several mass shootings.