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Larry Page invests in another flying car launch

Google founder Larry Page is so serious about flying cars as he just poured a lot of money into a new start with a focus on technology. The page invested an unprecedented sum in Opener, revealing a single seat, electric vertical launch and landing aircraft named BlackFly this week. The page also holds an effort in the Kitty Hawk, Silicon …

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Papa John's CEO-driven PR Nightmare compared to 2017 Uber Fiasco

John Schnatter, Founder and CEO of Papa John's Pizza. Reuters Papa Johns may be the latest brand as a weather crisis for the public, but brand experts simply see the situation as another case of déjà vu. Specifically, it reminds them of Uber. They see parallels between what happened to Papa John's leader to John Schnatter's resignation as chairman of …

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Citigroup result Q2 2018

Citigroup shares fell on Friday after the bank giant reported weaker than expected quarterly earnings, which was due to a decrease in corporate lending. The company's earnings per share, however, estimated estimates.

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Pilot Smoking Mid-Air Forces Air China Flight Emergencies

Event occurred on the night of July 10th. A state Chinese airline Air China, the flight, had to sink on Tuesday after a fellow smoker smoked an electronic cigarette in the air. The south of China Morning Post cited an official statement on Air China issued on the microblogging site, Weibo. The statement said: "If the investigation shows that the …

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Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $ 4.7 billion in the latest talk case

The company is struggling with about 9000 talc cases. J & J denies both that its speech products cause cancer and that they ever contained asbestos. It is said that decades of studies show that its talks are safe and have successfully disappeared former Talc judges for technical legal reasons. Thursday's massive judgment, issued in the Circuit Court of St. …

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