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After Jet Airways bailout, Mallya criticizes PSBs

Embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya Tuesday lashed out at public sector banks for "double standards" under the current NDA regime for their intervention to bail out Jet Airways while the same lenders made his Kingfisher airlines "fail ruthlessly". In a series of tweets reacting to banks led by State Bank of India taking control of troubled Jet Airways, Mallya said, …

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$ 1.8 Billion in Revenue Lose $ 1.9 Billion? WeWork Shows How

The financial world has gone nuts. WeWork isn't a publicly traded company yet and has to disclose financial information to the public, but it issued bonds in April 2018 and has to show its hapless bondholders some figures about its financial performance. WeWork made this presentation available to the financial media, including the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. The four …

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LIRR: The power line problem should not affect morning traffic

Power lines that fell on the Long Island Rail Road track in Hicksville Monday's service during the evening speed of three branches and two of the branches remained suspended for several hours more as crews struggled to remove the line and repair track damage, officials said. Last Monday, LIRR said Tuesday's morning jump would not be affected by the power …

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McDonald looks to personalize the run through digital upgrade

CLOSE America's beloved Golden Arches extends from the sea to the shining sea with about 14,000 shops nationwide. But what condition does most McDonald's have? Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story. Buzz60 A trip to McDonalds will soon be more personal. Fast food giant announced Monday that it has an agreement to acquire Dynamic Yield, a company that is considered …

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Coal plants emitted more than ever in 2018, putting Earth in 'deep trouble'

Global energy experts released grim findings Monday, saying that not only are planet-warming carbon dioxide emissions still increasing, but the world's growing thirst for energy has led to higher emissions from coal-fired power plants than ever before. ] Energy demand around the world grew by 2.3 percent over the past year, marking the most rapid increase in a decade, according …

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Apple Card and Apple News boast better user protection

At an event on Monday, when Apple debuted a new TV streaming service, an Apple Pay credit card, a gaming service and a subscription service, the company repeated a theme over and over again: Actually, we're joking Your privacy – unlike other technical business. Apple News + subscription service does not follow what you read, and the company promised never …

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Tesla Delaying Deliveries or Standard Range Model 3

A week from today it will have been three years since Elon Musk revealed Tesla's long-awaited affordable electric car, model 3. Although deliveries of high-spec Model 3s began in July 2017, anyone who wanted the version actually Costing $ 35,000 before tax incentives could not even order one to the end of last month. Now the long awaited Standard Range …

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Uber and Lift drivers in Los Angeles beat wages, working conditions

Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. March 26, 2019, 01:08 GMT By Ben Kesslen and Ted Chen Some Uber and Lyft drivers in Los Angeles held a 25-hour strike Monday to protest against wage breaks and working conditions. The work stoppage was strained by Uber's latest announcement of a 25 percent drop in driver's pay per …

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