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  • Amtrak restores service after two rail operators fatally struck on tracks in DC - Washington Post June 28, 2017
    Washington PostAmtrak restores service after two rail operators fatally struck on tracks in DCWashington PostUpdated at 9:02 a.m.. Amtrak said it is resuming train service between Washington and Philadelphia, but with trains traveling at restricted speeds out of Washington. This comes after rail service had been suspended for almost 10 hours after two CSX ...2 […]
  • As firms gauge cost, Ukraine says cyberattack under control - Washington Post June 28, 2017
    Washington PostAs firms gauge cost, Ukraine says cyberattack under controlWashington PostPARIS — The data-scrambling software epidemic that paralyzed computers globally is under control in Ukraine, where it likely originated, officials said Wednesday, as companies and governments around the world counted the cost of a crisis that is ...Cyber attack stops shipper Maersk taking new orders, […]
  • Blue Apron slashes its IPO range - CNBC June 28, 2017
    CNBCBlue Apron slashes its IPO rangeCNBCBlue Apron's offering is expected to be priced Wednesday, and the stock is scheduled to debut Thursday on the NYSE. Terri Cullen | Lauren Thomas. 2 Hours Ago CNBC.com. SHARES. show chapters. Blue Apron lowers IPO target range 2 Hours Ago | 03:40.Blue Apron cuts IPO price range to $10-$11USA […]
  • Uber drivers on Travis Kalanick's resignation: 'I don't give a damn about that' - The Verge June 28, 2017
    The VergeUber drivers on Travis Kalanick's resignation: 'I don't give a damn about that'The VergeLast week, the resignation of Travis Kalanick as CEO of Uber sent shockwaves through the tech industry. It stemmed from the culmination of almost six months of nonstop scandals, controversies, and negative headlines for the $69 billion company. Some ...Why Startups […]
  • Ford recalls more than 400000 vehicles for safety and compliance issues - CNBC June 28, 2017
    CNBCFord recalls more than 400000 vehicles for safety and compliance issuesCNBCThe affected Ford Transit vehicles were built in the company's Kansas City assembly plant from Jan. 17, 2014 to June 15, 2017, Ford said. Ford has also issued two safety compliance recalls. Lauren Thomas | @laurenthomasx3. 45 Mins Ago CNBC.com.Ford Transit recalled: Drive shaft defect […]
  • Draghi Tried to Be Cautious But Spooked the Market Anyway - Bloomberg June 28, 2017
    BloombergDraghi Tried to Be Cautious But Spooked the Market AnywayBloombergMario Draghi just got evidence that his call for “prudence” in withdrawing European Central Bank stimulus applies to his words too. The euro and bond yields surged on Tuesday after the ECB president said the reflation of the euro-area economy creates ...Post-Draghi surge drives euro to […]
  • Flight delayed by woman hurling coins at jet engine - CBS News June 28, 2017
    CBS NewsFlight delayed by woman hurling coins at jet engineCBS NewsBEIJING -- Chinese airlines aren't exactly known for flying on time. Four of them ranked among the worst last year when it comes to on-time arrivals and departures. U.S. airlines improving in on-time performance. Not all delays are the airlines' fault ...Passenger throws coins into […]
  • What the EU antitrust ruling could mean for Google search - The Verge June 28, 2017
    Channel 4 NewsWhat the EU antitrust ruling could mean for Google searchThe VergeThe EU's antitrust watchdog this week fined Google €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion) for manipulating search results to favor its own shopping services over those offered by competitors. The fine is the largest antitrust penalty issued by the European ...Why Europe got tough on […]
  • Toshiba misses its self-imposed deadline to sell its chip unit, sues Western Digital for interfering in the sale - Business Insider June 28, 2017
    Business InsiderToshiba misses its self-imposed deadline to sell its chip unit, sues Western Digital for interfering in the saleBusiness Insider(Reuters) - Japan's Toshiba Corp has pushed back its timeline to clinch a sale of its prized flash memory chip unit, saying the $18 billion deal was being held up due to differences of opinion within […]
  • Magical Thinking about Minimum Wages - National Review June 28, 2017
    National ReviewMagical Thinking about Minimum WagesNational ReviewThanks to a new study from economists at the University of Washington, American progressives have learned that the laws of supply and demand apply to the labor market. Everybody already knew that, except for professional economists. The study ...Real liberals wouldn't be so defensive about UW minimum-wage researchSeattle TimesThat new […]