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Passenger who was dragged off jetliner settles with United
FILE - In this Thursday, June 2, 2016 file photo, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz delivers remarks in New York. United Airlines said Friday, April 21, 2017, that its CEO Munoz won't add the title of chairman in 2018 as planned, as fallout continues ...
David Dao and United Airlines Reach 'Amicable' Settlement After ...
United Airlines settles with Dr. David Dao, who was dragged off a plane  Los Angeles Times
U.S. Stocks Little Changed as Nasdaq Leads With Earnings Beats
U.S. stocks were little changed as investors weighed a slew of earnings reports and awaited more, from companies including Amazon.
Earnings lift Nasdaq to record; S&P, Dow drift  WHBL Sheboygan
Revisiting Nafta: The Stakes for Key Industries
A woman carrying goods across the Paso del Norte International Bridge connecting El Paso and Ciudad Ju�rez, Mexico, in March. Credit Ivan Pierre Aguirre for The New York Times.
CANADA FX DEBT-C$ weaker with oil fall, offset by NAFTA deal hopes  Reuters
Lawmakers encourage Trump to take on Canada's dairy policy and help US ...  Agri-Pulse
Trump tax plan would hit blue states hardest
President Trump's plan to overhaul the federal tax code threatens to fall disproportionately on residents of liberal-leaning states, a short-term boost for state governments that could turn into a long-term drag.
Sean Spicer caused a brief stir when he said the government might not help ...  CNN
Trump tax plan stands to benefit the man in the White House  Washington Post
Once again, Alphabet made a lot of money on Google advertising and this time ...
Alphabet, and Google before it, has made a habit of making the impressive look mundane. Alphabet reported its 2017 first quarter earnings today, and unsurprisingly, the numbers were stunning.
YouTube ad boycott could spell trouble for Alphabet's Google  New York Daily News
Alphabet Rides Mobile Ad Binge, Ending First-Quarter Miss Streak  Bloomberg
5 reasons analysts are still worried about Under Armour
But on the conference call that followed with management shortly after, analysts still raised a few key questions - not everyone was swayed by CEO Kevin Plank's confidence in the company's ability to grow sales amid an increasingly competitive sports ...
Under Armour posts its first quarterly loss  Baltimore Sun
Under Armour feels the ripple effects of wider retail turmoil  Washington Post
Amazon blows past earnings expectations
Amazon reported first quarter earnings after the bell on Thursday. The company shattered earning expectations, reporting $1.48 per share, when Wall Street was expecting $1.12.
Amazon stock nears $1000 after earnings beat  CNNMoney
Amazon crushed its earnings  Business Insider
FCC Chairman Weighs In on Net Neutrality Debate
Supporters of net neutrality rules knew they were in for a fierce debate when their leading opponent, Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai, scheduled a speech on the issue for this week.
Democrats must have a better response on net neutrality than simply 'no'  The Hill (blog)
US FCC chief unveils plan to scrap Obama-era internet rules  Reuters
Man removed from Delta flight for using bathroom before takeoff
A Wisconsin man said he was removed from a Delta Air Lines flight because he had to get up from his seat to make an emergency restroom run.
Here's why a Delta passenger was kicked off a plane for using the bathroom  Business Insider
Airline Stocks Plunge After American's 'Worrying Precedent' on Pay
American Airlines Group Inc. sent industry stocks reeling after unexpectedly granting pay raises to pilots and flight attendants -- a move seen as weakening the case that carriers are poised to generate steady profits.
Airlines bad behavior begins with executive decisions to reap profits  Huffington Post
American Airlines' stock sinks as pay-raise plan is panned by Wall Street  MarketWatch