Delta Placing Huge Order With Boeing

Delta Placing Huge Order With Boeing

Delta placing an order for 100 new airplanes, as travel demand surges in the wake of pandemic restrictions. The Boeing 737 Max 10 is Boeing’s largest aircraft, with some notoriety after two of them crashed in 2018 and 2019. Both crashes were due to faulty...
Gun Manufacturers Better Watch Out

Gun Manufacturers Better Watch Out

Gun manufacturers may be liable to the victims of gun violence, according to a bill signed in California on Tuesday. California governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 1594 into law on Tuesday after it passed successfully through the state assembly. The new law...
Revenue from the Suez Canal Hits $7B Peak

Revenue from the Suez Canal Hits $7B Peak

Revenue from the Suez Canal hits an all time peak of $7 billion this financial year, according to the Canal Authority. The Suez Canal in Egypt, which was dug in the mid-1800s by a French company using Egyptian labor, connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea via...
Kellogg Company to Split Three Ways

Kellogg Company to Split Three Ways

Kellogg company, the cereal giant founded in 1906, has announced that they’ll be splitting into three separate foods companies by the end of 2024. The Kellogg company, originally named as Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company and usually know as just...
Fair Repair Act Passes in NY

Fair Repair Act Passes in NY

The Fair Repair Act has passed in New York, the U.S.’s first “right-to-repair” bill broadly concerning user electronics. Right-to-repair has been a topic of keen interest in the technology sector for a while, most often mentioned in conjunction with Apple and...
Hiring Signs Still At Record Highs

Hiring Signs Still At Record Highs

Hiring signs are everywhere, as job openings fall from record peak but still remain very high, according to the U.S. Labor Department. In March, employers advertised 11.9 million job openings, the highest level in over twenty years. For every unemployed person, that...
Shareholders at Amazon Turn Down Audit

Shareholders at Amazon Turn Down Audit

Shareholders at Amazon don’t want working conditions in the megacompany’s warehouses to be audited for safety and labor conditions. Wednesday’s meeting of shareholders at Amazon was largely focused on worker’s rights and company transparency,...
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