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Amazon’s “epic day (and a half)” is here: The 4th Prime Day began at 3pm ET Monday and will run 36 hours, up from last year’s 30. Or, for some would-be customers, a portion of 36 hours: Some shoppers ran into issues accessing the site right after the sale began…
President Trump can have a successful summit Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland and outwit his critics if he takes a tough-love approach to his seeming bromance with the Russian leader.
Trump’s to-do list in Britain is both short and important.
July 9 is the NEW Mother’s Day in the Guice household — because Washington Redskins rookie RB Derrius Guice just surprised his mom … WITH A NEW CAR!!! The former LSU star rolled over to his mom’s pad in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in a brand new…
U.S. businesses and consumers were bracing for a major escalation in the United States’ trade dispute with China set to take effect as early as Thursday on the West Coast.
Barring a last-minute change, the Trump administration planned to impose added tariffs on hundreds of Chinese products in a…
Joey Chestnut brought the fireworks Wednesday, clinching not just his 11th victory at the Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York also a new world record. The 34-year-old managed 74 hot dogs in 10 minutes, a full 11 more than the No. 2 finisher, Carmen Cincotti. The AP…
Can the Trump Administration avoid the mistakes and traps of the past when it comes to North Korea?
Howard Schultz, the outspoken executive chairman of Starbucks, is stepping down from the coffee chain later this month—and his next move could be a big one. “I want to be truthful with you without creating more speculative headlines,” he told the New York Times . “For some time now, I…
So you want a letter saying you need a support dog on that flight? Here’s why a therapist might balkJune 3, 2018 | dailybusinessnews
A regal peacock was barred from accompanying its owner on a United Airlines flight departing from Newark, N.J., in January, but not, well, for being a regal peacock. It was simply too large.
Another flightless fowl, a turkey, got the go-ahead two years ago to fly with its owner on Delta Air Lines.
The three Starbucks managers didn’t know one another well before Tuesday morning. Huddled around an emerald guidebook at the start of the company’s racial bias training, they flipped to page 2.
Over the next four hours, the district managers — Carrie Teeter, Carol Huang and Jose Galvez — would…