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Jeff Bezos’ interest in helicopters revealed affair with Lauren Sanchez
Amazon executives suspected Jeff Bezos was poised to divorce his wife when they noticed their boss taking an unusually keen interest in helicopters.
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Cyberattack shuts down pipeline that supplies 45 percent of East Coast fuel
A major oil pipeline that carries more than 100 million gallons of fuel from Houston to Linden, N.J., each day is shut down after the company that owns it was hit with a cyberattack. Colonial Pipeline, which says it delivers about 45 percent of the East Coast’s fuel supply, shut down its entire pipeline network...
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New York Stock Exchange says it will ease trading floor restrictions
The New York Stock Exchange said Friday it will begin allowing more traders and employees back onto its famed trading floor in lower Manhattan based on rising vaccination rates. Officials at the Big Board said that beginning Monday they will allow fully vaccinated traders to remove face coverings at their desks inside its iconic trading...
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Three New Jersey daily newspapers, including Bergen Record, unionize
Journalists at the Bergen Record and two other New Jersey dailies owned by Gannett — the Daily Record in Morris County and the New Jersey Herald in Newton — voted overwhelmingly to unionize. The News Guild of New York said Friday the vote was 59-4 in favor of the union, which will be called the...
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Purina quietly discontinues its 48-year-old Mighty Dog brand
Mighty Dog has been quietly put down. The 48-year-old dog-food label — whose “pure beef” ad campaign in the 1970s featured a freshly opened can getting seared with a red-hot cattle brand — has quietly been discontinued by its owner Nestle Purina, The Post has learned. “All our Mighty Dog products have unfortunately been discontinued...
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Union sets sights on Tesla’s German factory
Germany's largest and most powerful union IG Metall has set its sights firmly on setting up a works council at Tesla's factory near Berlin, which is scheduled to open later this year, its head Joerg Hofmann said.
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Cinemark inks deal with Hollywood studios as movie theaters eye recovery
Cinemark, the third-largest movie theater chain in the US, said it has inked new deals with major Hollywood studios that will ensure that movies play in its theaters for a certain timeframe before moving to home video streaming. During the pandemic, studios have opted to release some of their new films simultaneously in theaters and...
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Hedge fund founder sentenced to prison in Neiman Marcus fraud
The New York hedge fund founder who predicted he might “go to jail” for corrupting the sale of some assets during the bankruptcy of Neiman Marcus was sentenced on Friday to six months in prison. Daniel Kamensky, 48, of Roslyn, New York, had pleaded guilty in February to bankruptcy fraud for pressuring Jefferies Financial Group...
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Most Americans support COVID vaccine passports for flying but not work: poll
Most Americans support vaccine passports for flying and big events, such as concerts or sporting events — but not for heading back to work or indoor dining, according to a Gallup poll.
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Elon Musk warns people to ‘invest with caution!’ ahead of ‘SNL’ debut
The rare investment warning from Elon Musk comes as the price of Dogecoin — a cryptocurrency represented by a Shiba Inu meme — has soared to about 60 cents per token
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Pfizer-BioNTech seeks full FDA approval for COVID-19 vaccine
The companies are the first COVID vaccine makers in the nation to apply for full approval, which would allow Pfizer to market the vaccine directly to consumers.
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