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The Tesla Model 3 crisis seems to be improving

Tesla is building all-electric cars, but also produces two other things: stock market volatility and business crisis. The company is 15 years old, but these patterns have never changed and are unlikely anytime soon. The original Roadster – Tesla's first vehicle – was a leadership crisis when investor Elon Musk took over as CEO and displaced founder Martin Eberhard. Tesla …

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Ryanair flight loses cabin press, 33 inmates – German police

BERLIN / DUBLIN (Reuters) – Thirty-three Ryanair passengers were treated in hospitals, some bleeding from their ears after their Croatian aircraft lost cab pressure and made an emergency landing in Frankfurt on Friday, the German police said on Saturday. PHILOTTEER: A cabin crew member serves passengers on board a Ryanair passenger vessel traveling from Madrid International Airport to Bergamo Airport …

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Amazon Prime Day will be more expensive to ship this year

Consumers can breathe relief on the higher fuel costs, at least for the moment. "It would affect Amazon's costs but you would not see it in the short run because you are a premier and do not pay shipping," said Peter Guarraia, head of Bain & Co.'s supply chain staff. The United States postal service has the capacity to handle …

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Papa John's name was removed from the Louisville stadium after the n-word controversy

The University of Louisville announced Friday that it will remove father John's name from his football stadium as part of the growing fallout over a racial remark made by the pizza chain's disgraced founder. The plant will be called "Cardinal Stadium" Effectively immediately, University president Neeli Bendapudi said in a statement. "These comments were harmful and unacceptable, and they do …

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Infected McDonald's salads have sick people in four more states

CLOSE A parasite found in the salad of McDonald's salads is believed to have caused outbreaks in at least 10 states. USA TODAY Credit: McDonald's (Photo: McDonald's) People in at least four states have been ill by infected McDonald's salads . Wisconsin, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota report that they now have cases of people infected with the Cyclospora parasite, …

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Widow of union official led "high-flying lifestyle" on cash to train drivers: prosecutors

Monica Morgan, a distinguished photographer in the Detroit area, received a prison sentence on Friday in connection with a corruption system, the authorities said. (Facebook) Wife of a late United Auto Worker union official received an 18 month prison sentence on Friday as part of a federal corruption investigation at a training center operated by the union and automaker Fiat …

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Cisco Investors should not panic about Amazon competition – for now

Although Amazon.com (AMZN) reported plans to sell network hardware is bad news for Cisco Systems (CSCO) and its peers it is far too early to panic. ] On Friday afternoon, Information reported that Amazon Web Services (AWS), which has long used internally designed networking equipment in their own data centers, plans to sell their own data center switches to companies. …

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Target offers 15 percent of classroom deliveries to teachers

MINNEAPOLIS – Target offers teachers a 15 percent discount on selected classroom supplies this summer – and savings start Sunday. The Department announced the move in a post on its blog "A Bullseye View": "Pssst … teacher. New this year, we also make life a bit easier for you with a special 15% discount. For the first time, target audience …

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The bankers are climbing in a growing economy, but lending does not keep up

Tax cuts, deregulation and a dynamic economy were expected to always increase profits on most US banks in the last quarter. But a good question has been over the industry: Should banks, deriving from rising economic optimism and a friendlier White House, increase their lending to companies and households? On Friday, performance reports from four of the United States largest …

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