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GM UAW members say they will reject a contract if Lordstown stays closed

CLOSE UAW Local 598 President Ryan Buchalski discusses tentative deal with General Motors to end strike.      Ryan Garza, Detroit Free Press The future of the Lordstown Assembly Plant in Ohio has been a friction point between General Motors and the UAW even before negotiations began this summer for a new contract and could have bearing on whether GM autoworkers …

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Has Musk already revealed the Tesla pickup truck to the world?

In April, Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted a tweet from Starship on Mars. Did he show the Tesla truck in the same tweet? Evidence that the truck reveals seems even more true now with the latest developments. Maybe we don't have to wait until the official unveiling of the Tesla truck in November to have a solid idea of ​​what …

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Southwest Raises Companion Pass Requirements

Southwest Airlines has just announced some significant changes to their Rapid Rewards program, including a policy change on their points expiration, and also an increase to Companion Pass requirements. Let's look at the details. Southwest Airlines Points After Longer Expire Effective immediately, Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards points no longer expire. They used to expire after 24 months of inactivity, though …

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New JetBlue & Norwegian Partnership

JetBlue and Norwegian have just announced a partnership which I assume is not surprising, although I also have some logistical issues … JetBlue & Norwegian & # 39; s New Partnership JetBlue and Norwegian have signed a intent to launch an interline agreement, with JetBlue and Norwegian planning to sell tickets on travel plans involving both airlines directly on their …

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Massive sextortion attack running wild, says the security company

Sextortion campaigns are back with a vengeance. At the root of the campaign is a botnet that currently works on more than 450,000 infected hosts, according to a new report from Check Point Research, an IT security company. Botnet – a network of malicious computers – spits out millions of hot sorting threats, as many as 30,000 per hour, Check …

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IBM, Morgan Stanley, Honeywell, Netflix & more

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Morgan Stanley – Morgan Stanley reported third-quarter profit of $ 1.27 per share, beating estimates by 16 cents a share. Revenue also beat analysts' forecasts. Chairman and CEO James Gorman said the quarter was a strong one despite typical summer slowdown and volatile markets. Honeywell – Honeywell beat estimates by 7 …

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What to expect from the tentative agreement that could stop the GM strike

FOX Business's Grady Trimble reports on the GM-UAW deal. Then, a panel, including FOX Business panelists Steve Moore and Carol Roth, discusses how other unions in the United States can respond to this agreement. United Auto Workers announced a potential strike-ending tentative agreement with General Motors on Wednesday, and although its exact content is not known, it is expected to …

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SpaceX seeks permission to launch 30,000 more Starlink satellites, Bitcoin to benefit?

Back in May, SpaceX made history by launching a fleet of 60 Starlink satellites into low orbit. These satellites are designed to connect together to form an orbital internet set that can provide internet access to even the most rural parts of the planet. According to a report from SpaceNews, SpaceX has asked the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) for permission …

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Christian Dior becomes the latest western company to apologize to China

Getty Images A Chinese salesgirl waits for customers at Christian Dior cosmetics counter in Guangzhou. French luxury goods group Christan Dior became the latest western company to apologize to China, over using a map that did not include Taiwan as part of the second-largest economy. China claims sovereignty over Taiwan, which rules itself. According to reports from Reuters and the …

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