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Chicken chaos as KFC closes outlets
KFC has closed more than half of its 900 UK outlets after delivery problems meant they ran out of chicken. Last week, the fried chicken chain switched its delivery contract to DHL, which blamed "operational issues" for the supply disruption.
KFC is suffering from a chicken shortage in the UK Yes, you read that right.  USA TODAY
KFC restaurants in the UK have a problem. They don't have chicken.  Washington Post
NY employee's job in limbo after seen berating Delta flight attendant in viral ...
ALBANY - A state worker's $95,000-a-year job was in limbo Monday as a video of her threatening the job of a flight attendant - and citing her ties to Gov.
She didn't expect her video of a screaming Delta passenger would go ...
Woman Seen Berating Flight Attendant on Viral Video Placed on Leave
HSBC Misses Profit Target as Bad Loan Charges Weigh on Results
HSBC's headquarters building in Hong Kong; the bank announced a fourth-quarter pretax profit of $2.3 billion, after a year-earlier loss of $3.45 billion.
As Gulliver's Sun Sets, HSBC Should Look East  Bloomberg
HSBC boss scores bumper farewell pay package as bank profits rise  Reuters
Would you bank with Amazon?
You buy books from Amazon, as well as groceries, candles, and your kid's sixth birthday present. You stream television shows and movies on Amazon Prime, and tell Alexa to play your favorite songs.
Amazon cooks up new Prime perk: 5% back on Whole Foods purchases  USA TODAY
Amazon's Prime Rewards Visa cardholders now get 5% back at Whole Foods ...  TechCrunch
Elon Musk's Boring Company gets green light to start digging in Washington, DC
Elon Musk's tunnel-boring project has received more vague government approval for its equally vague plans to build an underground hyperloop between New York and Washington, DC.
Elon Musk Is Back to Digging Tunnels, This Time Under DC  Gizmodo
Washington DC has given Elon Musk a permit for his Hyperloop  BGR
Another Dog Food Company Recalls Food Tainted With Euthanasia Drug
Several major dog food brands owned by J.M. Smucker have been recalled by the FDA after small amounts of a euthanasia drug were discovered inside.
Dog Food Recall: FDA Finds Deadly Pet Euthanasia in Several Common Brands  Newsweek
Smucker recalls canned dog food containing potentially lethal drug
Guitar company Gibson reportedly facing bankruptcy
The company, whose Les Paul and SG instruments have been played by generations of musicians, including stars such as Slash, Bob Marley and Carlos Santana, was founded more than 100 years ago in Michigan.
Gibson Guitar may be facing bankruptcy, reports say  WCPO
Gibson brings back ex-CFO  Nashville Post
Albertsons and Rite Aid to Combine
The transaction would create a company with revenue of $83 billion and allow Albertsons to go public. Photo: Getty Images. By. Heather Haddon.
Rite Aid, Albertsons plan $24B merger  Seeking Alpha
Flight forced to land after man refuses to stop passing gas
Flying can stink sometimes, and apparently a passenger passing gas prompted a fight that forced a flight to land. The Huffington Post reported the alleged incident occurred on Feb. 11 on a Transavia Airlines flight that left Dubai and was scheduled to ...
Fight allegedly breaks out on flight due to flatulence  WCPO
A Fight Over In-Flight Farts Led to an Emergency Landing, but It Wasn't ...
Asian shares fall after US holiday, eyes on Fed notes
TOKYO (AP) - Asian shares were mostly lower Tuesday after a U.S. holiday. Investors were awaiting the release later in the day of minutes from the latest meeting of the U.S.
Asian shares mostly lower after US holiday, await Fed notes  New Jersey Herald