SINGAPORE, March 30 (Reuters) - Oil prices dipped in Asian morning trading on Monday, adding to steep losses in the previous session, as Iran and six world powers tried to reach a deal that could add oil to the market if sanctions against Tehran are lifted.
SeaWorld, like many a big company with a horrible image problem before it, took its case to the people via Twitter this week with an #AskSeaWorld hashtag.
In a speech on Friday, Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen stayed her dovish course, maintaining that an increase in the federal funds rate "may well be warranted later this year.
If there's any industry that has mastered the art of the loophole, it's high-cost lending. When faced with unwanted regulation, lenders are well-practiced at finding an opening that will allow them to charge triple-digit interest to their customers.
Australia is poised to require airlines to have two crew members in the cockpit at all times as a safety precaution following the Germanwings crash, which killed 150 passengers and crew last week.