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New York Times
China's Economy Grows 6.9%, but Warning Signs Persist
New York Times
A construction worker outside a building site in Beijing. Credit Nicolas Asfouri/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. SHANGHAI — China's economic data is usually very predictable. But occasionally there are surprises, though so small that by other ...

Fox News
Bride and groom on way to wedding booted off United flight
Fox News
A bride and groom on their way to Costa Rica for their wedding said Saturday they were kicked off their United flight in Houston after a discrepancy with plane seating. Michael Hohl and his fiancé, Amber Maxwell, were flaying from Salt Lake City and ...

Bloomberg
Delta and the Game Theory of Overbooking Flights
Bloomberg
Given the deep mess that United Airlines created for itself after a passenger was dragged off a full flight last week, Delta said it could increase the incentives for “voluntary denied boarding.” Agents will now be allowed to offer up to $2,000 to ...

Yahoo News
Snapchat fiasco shows India is not just poor but some Indians are also stupid
Yahoo News
In the middle of this storm over a statement attributed to Snapchat CEO, you got to feel for Snapdeal. Wait what? Yes, that is the same question I asked myself every time I saw my Twitter and Facebook feed yesterday. So outrageous are the Indians over ...

Washington Post
Which state sends most taxes to DC? Hint: It's not a state
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — As Tax Day approaches, show some love for the good people who live in the nation's capital. Washington, that swampy den of iniquity that politicians love to scorn, sends the most tax dollars per person to the U.S. government. By a lot.

Bloomberg
Ant Financial Raises MoneyGram Bid 36% to Fend Off Euronet
Bloomberg
Ant Financial raised its agreed offer for MoneyGram International Inc. by 36 percent as the financial-services company controlled by Chinese billionaire Jack Ma tries to top a competing offer and overcome security concerns. The revised bid is worth $18 ...

New York Post
'Fearless Girl' is setting an arbitrary precedent
New York Post
Sculptor Arturo Di Modica wants the city to remove the Fearless Girl statue that, he says, is interfering with his Charging Bull statue 25 feet away. It's easy to make fun of Di Modica for being afraid of a little girl. But on the merits, City Hall has ...

Motley Fool
Survey Reveals the Majority of Americans Are Saving for Retirement All Wrong
Motley Fool
A 2016 end-of-year financial survey by NerdWallet found that 55% of individuals saving for retirement do so in a regular savings account. And for individuals between the ages of 18 and 34 -- so-called "millennials" -- the figure jumps to 63%. While it ...

Nasdaq
FOREX-Dollar hits 5-month low vs yen as North Korea tensions mount
Nasdaq
... * Regional tension mounts after Pyongyang's missile test * Yen advances to 5-month highs vs dollar, euro, sterling * US Treasury's currency report taken in stride * US declines to name any trade partner as currency manipulator (Updates prices, adds ...

New York Times
BP Struggles to Control Damaged Well in Alaskan Arctic
New York Times
The British oil giant BP worked through the weekend to control a damaged oil well on Alaska's remote North Slope that had started spewing natural gas vapors on Friday morning, the company and Alaska officials said. There have been no injuries or ...

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