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2d ago

TSA PreCheck travelers don't have to show physical IDs at some airports

"Touchless" technology is coming online for United Airlines passengers at Chicago's O'Hare and Los Angeles international airports.
Passengers at the TSA Pre-Check security line at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
Passengers at the TSA Pre-Check security line at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.

Kellogg CEO faces backlash for suggesting people eat 'cereal for dinner' to save money

Social media users ripped into the CEO for suggesting what they feel he would never regularly do himself.
WK Kellogg CEO Gary Pilnick
WK Kellogg CEO Gary Pilnick
2d ago

TikTok begins removing Universal Music publishing songs, expanding royalty battle

The situation pits the world’s largest music company against the most influential platform for promoting music for the past five years as they continue to fail to renew their licensing agreement.
TikTok logo is displayed on a smartphone.
TikTok logo is displayed on a smartphone.
2d ago

What's at stake as the FTC tries to kill the Kroger-Albertsons merger

The fate of the $24.6 billion deal will affect shoppers, workers and rival behemoths like Walmart. The question is how.
Inside A Kroger Co. Store Ahead of Earning Figures
Inside A Kroger Co. Store Ahead of Earning Figures
2d ago

Boeing's safety culture is 'inadequate' and 'confusing,' new FAA report finds

“We’ve taken important steps to foster a safety culture that empowers and encourages all employees to share their voice. But there is more work to do,” Boeing said Monday.
A worker walks past a Boeing 737 MAX-9 under construction at their production facility in Renton, Wash.
A worker walks past a Boeing 737 MAX-9 under construction at their production facility in Renton, Wash.

Macy's is closing 150 stores nationwide as it seeks 'bold new chapter' with greater focus on luxury

The pivot will leave about 350 Macy's locations plus Bloomingdale's stores and the Bluemercury beauty and skin care brand.
The Macy's store in New York City
The Macy's store in New York City

PlayStation's Sony to cut 900 jobs amid brutal year for video game industry layoffs

Sony Interactive Entertainment said the move, another in a string of job cuts at video game companies, would reduce headcount by about 8%.
A woman walks past the Sony PlayStation Buttons Logo during 'Paris Games Week' in Paris
A woman walks past the Sony PlayStation Buttons Logo during 'Paris Games Week' in Paris

Delta adds another eclipse flight as companies look to capitalize on solar event

The eclipse is expected to be a major travel and tourism draw, with many companies already moving to take advantage.
science NASA
science NASA

Biden administration sues to block Kroger-Albertsons supermarket merger

Americans have seen food-at-home prices climb more than 20% since the beginning of the pandemic.
A customer walks into a Kroger grocery store in Houston
A customer walks into a Kroger grocery store in Houston
3d ago

Cruise ship barred from docking in Mauritius amid outbreak of stomach illness

A Norwegian Cruise Line ship had been set to dock Sunday, but officials in Mauritius mandated more testing first. Passengers were stuck on board.
Norwegian Dawn cruise ship arriving in the French Mediterranean port of Marseille.
Norwegian Dawn cruise ship arriving in the French Mediterranean port of Marseille.
3d ago

AT&T to give $5 credits to customers affected by widespread service outage

The company announced the individual $5 bill reductions Sunday night but said prepaid, business and Cricket Wireless customers aren't eligible.
An AT&T Store
An AT&T Store

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