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Panic in the Sky: The Delta flight from Atlanta throws nearly 30,000 feet

0 Panic in the Sky: Delta flight from Atlanta throws nearly 30,000 feet ATLANTA – A Delta flight full of passengers from Atlanta threw nearly 30,000 feet. Passengers described panic as they grabbed oxygen masks aboard a Delta flight. Pictures show the masks hanging from the roof during a rapid descent. Flight Aware shows how Flight 2353 to Fort Lauderdale …

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Is Yamaha Gearing Up to Rock or Flop in the 2020 Season?

Yamaha remains hopeful of an impressive comeback and stellar 2020 season despite Marc Márquez extending his lead in the 2019 MotoGP season after a win in the San Marino MotoGP over the weekend. With Monster Energy Yamaha riders Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi only able to clinch third and fourth place respectively, the Japanese manufacturer will have to pull out all the stops to …

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Wall Street is buzzing about repo rates. Here's why.

Investors take for granted that the Federal Reserve controls interest rates. Rarely do they have to think about how. But a surprisingly lively couple of days in short-lived money markets have made "how" almost as important as "why." The stress started on Monday in the market for repurchase agreements or repairs. The repo market channels more than $ 1 trillion …

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SFO Runway 28L will open a week early!

The past ten days have been troublesome for many San Francisco travelers thanks to the closure of SFO Runway 28L. But the pain will end tomorrow night, a whole week before the schedule. The 28L construction run begins September 7 at San Francisco International Airport. The purpose of the project was to construct a new base layer under the surface. …

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Democratic Candidates Fail to Impress Union Workers

When one heckler yelled, "You are an asshole!" At Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders at Philadelphia AFL-CIO's first ever Workers' Presidential Summit on Tuesday, the entire room roared back with chants of the senator's name. This was the most charged moment in a day of presidential candidates pitching union members, including steel workers, drywall technicians, communications workers, school cafeteria employees, and …

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Amazon to bring more than 1,500 jobs to the Pontiac Silverdome site

Amazon was revealed Wednesday night to be the tenant of a $ 250 million new development on the site of the demolished Pontiac Silverdome. Dubbed "Project Cougar" in Pontiac Planning Division documents related to the former home of the Detroit Lions, Atlanta-based Seefried Industrial Properties is proposing a 3.7 million-square-foot, two-building distribution campus for the Seattle-based e-commerce giant housing at …

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Warren Buffett protégé Tracy Britt Cool leaves to create her own Berkshire Hathaway for smaller businesses

Berkshire Hathaway's CEO Tracy Britt Cool announced her departure from the investment firm to create her own company with her mentor Warren Buffett's business model. Cool, who originally joined Buffett's company in 2009 as its financial assistant, said she started her own business that will acquire businesses "too small for Berkshire," the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. "I want to …

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