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Forbes
Blackstone Unveils $40 Billion Infrastructure Mega Fund With Saudi Arabia As President Trump Visits
Forbes
As President Donald Trump visits Saudi Arabia on the biggest foreign trip of his presidency, private equity giant Blackstone Group is unveiling a $40 billion infrastructure fund with the gulf nation, which will primarily invest in the United States ...

USA TODAY
Delta plane dumps fuel over Lake Michigan, returns to Detroit airport
USA TODAY
DETROIT — A Delta flight headed to Seoul, South Korea, had to dump fuel and return to Detroit Metropolitan Airport on Saturday after a light in the cockpit indicated there possibly was an open maintenance panel on the outside of the aircraft, a ...

ClickLancashire
Listen to the great ones
gulfnews.com
I spent part of last week thinking about “the great ones” who have made their mark in sports and investing. One of these was Wayne Gretzky, considered by many to be the greatest hockey player ever. So while the young and exciting Edmonton Oilers came ...

NJ.com
Hot dogs recalled for containing bits of metal
NJ.com
Hot dog manufacturer John Morrell and Co. has recalled more than 200,000 pounds of its beef franks because they may contain bits of metal. The Ohio-based company on Friday recalled about 210,606 pounds of Nathan's skinless & beef franks and Curtis ...

Fortune
Striking AT&T Workers Take Credit For Sporadic Store Closings
Fortune
Striking AT&T wireless workers picketed outside the company's retail stores across the country on Saturday, but most outlets remained open for business. The Communications Workers of America, which represents the 21,000 wireless workers striking in 36 ...

New York Times
Education Dept. Keeps Obama Plan to Streamline Loan System
New York Times
Under plans being considered by the Education Department, students at colleges and universities such as Columbia University in New York will see changes to how their federal student loans are managed. Credit Karsten Moran for The New York Times.

Washington Post
Nominee for deputy treasury secretary withdraws from consideration
Washington Post
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's efforts to fill out the top ranks of the department were dealt a setback as a Goldman Sachs banker withdrew from consideration to serve as his deputy. Jim Donovan cited personal reasons for declining President Trump ...

HuffPost
Woman Awarded $100000 For Starbucks Coffee Burns
HuffPost
Joanne Mogavero suffered first- and second-degree burns after coffee spilled on her lap, her lawyers say. By Nina Golgowski. Carlo Allegri / Reuters. A jury in Florida has awarded Joanne Mogavero $100,000 after she suffered first- and second-degree ...

New York Times
Victims Call Hackers' Bluff as Ransomware Deadline Nears
New York Times
Monitoring the spread of ransomware cyberattacks at the Korea Internet and Security Agency in Seoul, South Korea, on Monday. Many of those affected by the virus said they would not or could not pay the ransom. Credit Yonhap, via Agence France-Presse ...

Bloomberg
Saudi Arabia and Russia Are at Odds on Almost Everything, Except Oil
Bloomberg
Saudi Arabia and Russia are at odds on pretty much everything: the war in Syria, policies on Iran, ties with Washington. But when it comes to propping up global oil prices, they've never been more aligned. Just look at how the world's two biggest oil ...

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