Apple buys 50 business-class seats every day on flights to Shanghai, according to a leaked ‘confidential’ United sign
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Apple buys 50 business-class seats every day on flights to Shanghai, according to a leaked ‘confidential’ United sign

Apple buys 50 business class flights every day from San Francisco to Shanghai, China, spending over $150 million per year on United Airlines. That's according to a photo…

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From Trump tweets to Pentagon leaks, infighting leaves US Middle East policy in tatters
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From Trump tweets to Pentagon leaks, infighting leaves US Middle East policy in tatters

US Middle East policy was plunged into fresh chaos on Monday following a pair of confusing, menacing tweets on Syria and Turkey by Donald Trump and a string of…

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At Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s whiffs of Ferguson spark intrigue in his potential after so many false heirs
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At Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s whiffs of Ferguson spark intrigue in his potential after so many false heirs

What better way to bring back the glory days than to bring back the man responsible for the glory days?  Sir Alex Ferguson played a big part in…

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PG&E say it might go bankrupt as California fire fallout sends its shares tumbling more than 40% in premarket trading
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PG&E say it might go bankrupt as California fire fallout sends its shares tumbling more than 40% in premarket trading

PG&E, California's largest gas and power company, dropped more than 50% in premarket trading Monday.The utility is facing billions of dollars in potential liabilities after it was accused…

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Citi beats on earnings, misses on revenue as trading gets whacked
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Citi beats on earnings, misses on revenue as trading gets whacked

Citigroup is set to report fourth-quarter earnings results Monday at around 8 am. Analysts are expecting the bank to report adjusted earnings per share of $1.55, up 29%…

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‘Thought he worked for the Kremlin?’ Trump jokes about Russia ties after claims the FBI investigated him as a potential Russian agent
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‘Thought he worked for the Kremlin?’ Trump jokes about Russia ties after claims the FBI investigated him as a potential Russian agent

US President Donald Trump joked about his alleged ties with Russia after claims that the FBI had started to investigate whether he was a Russian asset. Trump cited…

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10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, GCI, GG, NEM, C, PCG)
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10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, GCI, GG, NEM, C, PCG)

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, GCI, GG, NEM, C, PCG)

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DTC brands are shaking up retail by providing great customer experience — here’s how big brands like Mastercard and MetLife are fighting back
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DTC brands are shaking up retail by providing great customer experience — here’s how big brands like Mastercard and MetLife are fighting back

Direct-to-consumer brands are shaking up not just retail and advertising, but also the customer experience.Legacy brands including Mastercard and MetLife to Marriott are responding to the threat by…

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Theresa May’s last-ditch Brexit plea backfires after  false Welsh assembly claim
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Theresa May’s last-ditch Brexit plea backfires after false Welsh assembly claim

Theresa May’s last-ditch attempt to persuade MPs to back her Brexit deal has backfired after a pre-briefed extract of her speech contained a false claim about a previous…

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True Detective season 3: Can the show that refused to play by the rules return to its former greatness?
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True Detective season 3: Can the show that refused to play by the rules return to its former greatness?

A traumatised policeman, haunted by a grisly unsolved crime from deep in his past, returns to the scene of the wrongdoing to make amends. Along the way, he…

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