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Heathrow flights were canceled when support staff strike the loom

Copyright copyright PA Caption Heathrow is negotiating with Unite union representing airport support staff Heathrow Airport will cancel 177 flights on Monday and Tuesday after a union vote rejected a pay offer. Approximately 4,000 united members including engineers, firefighters and security personnel voted for the airport's revised agreement, with 88% opting to strike. If walk-outs continue, says Unite, nearly 2,500 …

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Endeavor Delays IPO Until Fall In Hopes Of Boost From Q2, $ 700M Acquisition – Deadline

Endeavor Group Holdings has updated the planned timeline of its IPO until September at the earliest, giving it time to close a $ 700 million acquisition and post second-quarter results, according to a person familiar with the situation. had previously estimated the offering would happen in the second half of 2019, though some recent press reports indicated a goal of …

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Chick-fil-A earns double income from McDonald's despite closing on Sundays

The Chick-fil-A restaurant chain has again registered market-leading sales figures, despite sticking to its long-standing Sunday closing policy. Faithwire: Katy Perry ordered to pay Christian Rapper Millions The chain, which is known for its strong Christian ethos of healthcare professionals, has become the fifth largest fast food company in the United States, according to new data analyzed by investment banking …

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Cookie Recall: Entenmann's chocolate chip cookies were recalled in 36 states and D.C. due to suffocation risk from plastic pieces

Entenmann's Little Bites Soft Baked Cookies sold by Walmart, Target, Publix and other retailers across the country are recalled because the product may contain a choking hazard – visible blue plastic pieces – in the packaging. The recall involves boxes of 5-pack mini chocolate chips due to possible plastic pieces in the individual packaging bag, according to the product's manufacturer, …

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Loose Bat terrorizes Spirit Airlines passenger Mid-Flight

Well, here's something lower than Spirit Airlines' arbitrary fees. Passengers aboard one of the budget airline's flights from North Carolina to New Jersey were haunted Wednesday morning when a bat randomly began flying around the cabin. Peter Scattini, a 23-year-old passenger on the 6-time flight from Charlotte to Newark, posted a video about the incident on Twitter that will make …

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Facebook will attach the name to Instagram and WhatsApp, for some reason

Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty) Incredible. Despite a seemingly endless wave of ongoing public relations crises for Facebook, the social media giant seems to be prepared to take its luggage on two of its significantly less troubled subsidiaries – WhatsApp and Instagram – by associating its name with its companies. Citing known sources In question, the information Thursday reported that Facebook …

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The mayor issues a warning, freezes electric scooter program

Milwaukee's mayor gives a strict warning about electric scooters. "I will not have such a city where these are littered around the entire city," Mayor Tom Barrett said at City Hall on Friday. "I don't think this should be a city where the elderly are threatened to walk on the sidewalk." Barrett said scooter riders must follow the rules if …

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Facebook is starting to add its name to some screens on Instagram

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc began adding its name to some screens on its Instagram photo-sharing platform this week, one of the first links it has given users to own the popular platform. FILE PHOTO: The Facebook logo stickers appear at Facebook Inc's F8 Developer Conference in San Jose, California, USA, April 30, 2019. REUTERS / Stephen Lam / File Photo …

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Sales of plastic bottles are prohibited at San Francisco airport

The Associated Press Published 9:13 AM. ET August 2, 2019 CLOSE CLOSE Layout tours take you out of the airport and into the city 10Best Editors, USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – San Francisco International Airport bans the sale of disposable plastic bottles. The outstanding move at one of the largest airports in the country will take effect from August …

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