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Serial stowaway sneaks onto O'Hare plane, flies to London: cops
Marilyn Hartman, 66, was arrested after getting onto an airplane at O'Hare without a ticket and flying to London, according to police.
Serial stowaway Marilyn Hartman flies to London, sent back and arrested  CBS News
Bay Area serial stowaway arrested at Chicago airport  The Mercury News
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Think real estate prices are high now? Wait until Amazon moves to town.
As leaders of Miami and 19 other cities celebrate their inclusion in Amazon's short list for a second headquarters, some affordable-housing advocates have a warning: Be careful what you wish for.
Amazon's Utterly Predictable Game of Musical Chairs  Bloomberg
I'm from the Boston area — here's why I think it's the last ...  Business Insider
Amazon's Monthly Prime Price Hike Might Just Be Followed by an Annual Hike
It's been almost four years since Amazon last hiked the price of Prime's annual U.S. plan. And the service offers a lot more now than it did then.
Amazon is making Prime more expensive for the people who can least afford it  Quartz
Amazon just made a major change — and it forced me to finally cancel my ...  Business Insider
Delta Air Lines Tightens Rules for Service and Support Animals
Delta Air Lines said on Friday that it was tightening its rules for transporting service and support animals in an effort to reduce misbehavior by dogs and other creatures that air carriers are required by law to allow on board.
Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board  Chron.com
Schlumberger posts fourth quarter loss on charges; Delta tightens rules for ...  Washington Post
Google's CEO has no problem releasing employees from nondisclosure agreements ...
Some companies use NDAs to keep former employees from going public with their negative experiences. By Kurt Wagner Jan 19, 2018, 6:54pm EST.
Google Executives Pledge to Scour More Content Ahead of Midterm Elections  Bloomberg
Google CEO: 'I don't regret' firing James Damore  TechCrunch
Deputies: Florida man tries to order burrito from bank, gets charged with DUI
SPRING HILL, Fla. - Police in Florida arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol after authorities said he attempted to order a burrito from a Bank of America after confusing it for a Taco Bell, according ...
'Ramp of Mystery' in middle of nowhere was drone test site  Austin American-Statesman
Hungry And Drunk Florida Man Caught For DUI When He Mistook Bank For Taco Bell  Jalopnik
Apple's US Investment Will Leave Cash Hoard Largely Intact
Workers at a Finisar plant. Apple recently awarded Finisar $390 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund. Source: Apple. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, as the new US tax law is known, has given Apple (AAPL) most of what it has wanted in the way of tax ...
Apple hiring, bonuses come at hefty cost to taxpayers  The Hill
Trump says he called and thanked Tim Cook after Apple revealed its US ...  CNBC
Drivers May Pay $11.52 to Enter Manhattan's Congested Areas
Commuters driving into Manhattan's most congested areas would have to pay an $11.52 daily fee under a proposal from a panel created by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Could Congestion Pricing Finally Work for New York City?  CityLab
Congestion pricing: Driving in Manhattan could cost $11.52  Press Herald
OnePlus admits credit card hack impacts up to 40000 customers
Things aren't looking so hot for approximately 40,000 OnePlus customers. And no, not because they'll probably have to wait until June to upgrade to the OnePlus 6. It turns out that the company's website was hacked, and in the process credit card ...
OnePlus Was Hacked And Up To 40000 Customers Had Credit Card Info Stolen  Forbes
OnePlus says up to 40000 customers were affected by credit card security breach  The Verge
Crude Falls to Lowest in a Week as Shale Revival Fears Haunt
Oil's recent three-year highs are looking increasingly elusive as the week ends, with mounting fears that current prices will spark too much production, all over again.
'Relentless' growth could see the US topple Russia, Saudi Arabia as ...  CNBC
Oil Prices Vulnerable to Signs of Growing US Crude Output  Nasdaq