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Snap CEO Evan Spiegel sold $50 million in Snap stock — his first sale since ...
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel sold 2,675,600 shares of Snap last week at a price of $18.71 per share, a transaction netting him just over $50 million.
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel sold $50 million in stock this week, his first public ...  Recode
Snap Inc (SNAP) CEO Evan Spiegel Sold $50.1 million of Shares
Business Wire (press release)  
Bloomberg reports Tops Markets may be planning bankruptcy filing
The owner of Tops Markets is one of two U.S. supermarket chains preparing bankruptcy filings in the coming weeks, Bloomberg News reported Saturday.
Winn-Dixie, once iconic grocery chain, takes another hit  Atlanta Journal Constitution
Report: Tops Friendly Markets preparing for bankruptcy  Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
James Damore's labor complaint against Google was completely shut down
Google didn't violate labor laws by firing engineer James Damore for a memo criticizing the company's diversity program, according to a recently disclosed letter from the US National Labor Relations Board.
Labor Board Found Google Was Within Its Rights to Fire James Damore  Gizmodo
Fired Google Engineer Loses Diversity Memo Challenge  Bloomberg
New York employee on leave after viral airplane tantrum
A New York state employee who name-dropped Gov. Andrew Cuomo during an airplane tantrum captured on video by a Rochester-area woman has been placed on leave, according to the state.
Delta Passenger Who Threatened Flight Attendant's Job On Video Might Be ...
Susan Peirez, Delta Passenger Who Screamed At Baby, Suspended From ...  International Business Times
Teen girls had no IDs and one-way first-class tickets. Why that alarmed ...
Quick thinking from an American Airlines employee at Sacramento International Airport likely saved two teenage girls from lives in captivity.
Deputies stop 2 Sacramento teens from possible sex trafficking trade  KCRA Sacramento
American Airlines ticket agent stops 2 girls from meeting alleged trafficker  Austin American-Statesman
FDA Warns Of Possible Euthanasia Drug In Major Dog Food Brands
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an advisory on Friday warning pet owners about the possible presence of pentobarbital - a barbiturate commonly used to euthanize animals - in some canned dog food products.
Drug used to put dogs down causes recall of Gravy Train, other dog food brands  Miami Herald
Major dog food brands recalls shipments tainted with euthanasia drug  BGR
American International Toy Fair 2018: Holograms and more
Over 30,000 toy industry insiders attend the American International Toy Fair in New York City to showcase the latest toys soon to hit the market.
115th North American International Toy Fair Opens Today in NYC  PR Newswire (press release)
7 Techiest Tech Toys from ToyFair  Gearbrain (blog)
Passenger's Repeated Farts Force Airline To Make Emergency Landing
An Amsterdam-bound flight was diverted to make an emergency landing due to a passenger's continuous farting and the heated exchange that broke out because of the flatulent incident.
Pilot forced to make emergency landing after fight breaks out over farting ...  AOL
Plane emergency landing due to passenger's farts  Weekly Observer
Banks may take over Rs 17632 crore hit from PNB fraud case: Tax dept
As of March 2017, banks had extended loans worth Rs 17,632 crore to companies tied to Nirav Modi. According to a complaint by PNB, the biggest fraud in Indian banking history involved two junior officials at a Mumbai bank branch issuing LOUs to firms ...
Indian Banks Association Discusses Punjab National Bank Fraud  NDTV
PNB fraud: UCO Bank admits to having Rs 26.36-bn outstanding exposure  Business Standard
China Warns It May Retaliate If US Imposes Metal Tariffs
China said proposed U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum products are groundless and that it reserves the right to retaliate if they are imposed.
Trump might be close to escalating a trade fight with China  Vox
China Pushes Back on Possible US Metals-Import Limits  Wall Street Journal