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2d ago

Passenger stabs fellow traveler with weapon of pens and rubber bands on Seattle-to-Vegas flight

Julio Alvarez Lopez is accused of fashioning the handmade weapon before launching an unprovoked attack against a man seated across the aisle.
The passenger with the eye injury.
The passenger with the eye injury.
2d ago

More travelers risk booking hotel rooms on sites that tack on steep fees

Many spring breakers could face surprise charges from third-party reservation platforms, despite years of efforts to crack down on what regulators and advocates say are deceptive practices.
Three hotel bills in a line
Three hotel bills in a line
3d ago

Japan's Nikkei stock market index hits all-time high, breaking 1989 record

The Nikkei 225 jumped nearly 2% to hit 39,029, surpassing the previous record high of 38,915.87 reached in 1989.
Japan’s Nikkei 225 hit a record high Thursday, powered by banking, electronics and consumer stocks as robust earnings and investor-friendly measures fuel a blistering rally in Japanese equities this year.
Japan’s Nikkei 225 hit a record high Thursday, powered by banking, electronics and consumer stocks as robust earnings and investor-friendly measures fuel a blistering rally in Japanese equities this year.
3d ago

Chase customers sue over fees for depositing checks that bounce

The lawsuit alleges fees were charged when checks bounced through no fault of the customer.
Pedestrians walk past a Chase bank branch in New York in 2023.
Pedestrians walk past a Chase bank branch in New York in 2023.
3d ago

Boeing ousts head of 737 Max program in management shake-up

Boeing EVP Stanley A. Deal announced Wednesday that Ed Clark, the head of the company’s Boeing’s 737 Max program, was leaving the company.
Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked on the tarmac at the Boeing Factory in Renton, Wash., on March 21, 2019.
Boeing 737 MAX airplanes parked on the tarmac at the Boeing Factory in Renton, Wash., on March 21, 2019.
3d ago

Consumers are tired of price increases. Big brands are paying attention.

Even Walmart lowered the price of its French bread back to $1, but consumers shouldn’t expect broad-based cuts across the economy.
Condiment brands sauces ketchup a1 tabasco sauce
Condiment brands sauces ketchup a1 tabasco sauce
3d ago

Stanley tumbler 'quenchers' maker is being sued over lead claims

In January, the company stated a tumbler component contains lead, but that the chance of a user being exposed is minimal.
Stanley tumblers for sale in store
Stanley tumblers for sale in store

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Tennessee firm employed minors to clean meat saws, head splitters at slaughterhouses, feds say

Fayette Janitorial LLC employed 15 children to clean dangerous equipment at a Perdue Farms plant in Virginia and nine to clean a Seaboard Triumph Foods pork plant in Iowa.
Image of an adult Fayette Janitorial worker scooping up animal parts at a processing plant taken by the US Department of Labor during the course of its investigation of Fayette Janitorial Service.
Image of an adult Fayette Janitorial worker scooping up animal parts at a processing plant taken by the US Department of Labor during the course of its investigation of Fayette Janitorial Service.
3d ago

More than 15 million Toshiba laptop adapters recalled due to fire hazards

At least 679 reports of overheating and burning have been reported.
Toshiba's headquarters in Tokyo.
Toshiba's headquarters in Tokyo.
4d ago

Capital One-Discover merger could put a bigger squeeze on credit card users, experts warn

Many of the largest credit card issuers already charge steeper rates than smaller ones.
A Discover card is used to pay for gasoline at a Sam's Club in Madison, Miss., July 1, 2021.
A Discover card is used to pay for gasoline at a Sam's Club in Madison, Miss., July 1, 2021.

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