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Hundreds get sick on Royal Caribbean cruise — again
More than 300 passengers became ill on a Royal Caribbean cruise out of Florida last week, the second time in less than a month that sickness swept through passengers and crew on one of the cruise line's ships.
Royal Caribbean cruise ship returns to Florida after more than 200 fall ill  WPLG Local 10
Hundreds come down with stomach illness during Royal Caribbean cruise  ABC15 Arizona
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CSX CEO Harrison Dies Months Into Railroad's Turnaround Effort
FILE PHOTO: Hunter Harrison, CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway Limited speaks to the economic community at a business luncheon in Toronto, March 2, 2015.
E. Hunter Harrison, CSX president and chief executive officer, remembered as ...  Florida Times-Union
CSX CEO Hunter Harrison has died  CNBC
How to make sure your presents arrive on time
Test Text1 plain ??? run run Rudolph Santa's gotta make it to town ??? You've shopped till you dropped, maybe. It won't matter if your gift doesn't arrive on time.
Delivery Companies Brace for the Pre-Christmas Crush  Wall Street Journal
You've got mail, eventually: best practices for holiday online shopping ...  CBC.ca
The War Over Net Neutrality
The net neutrality war rages on. Last week Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, dismantled rules the Barack Obama administration put in place in 2015 requiring internet service providers to treat all internet traffic the same ...
What Losing Net Neutrality Means For Democracy  HuffPost
FCC's Dismantling of Net Neutrality Could Spur New Wave of Telco M&A  TheStreet.com
UPDATE 1-Strike briefly shuts down Israel over Teva Pharm job cuts
JERUSALEM, Dec 17 (Reuters) - Israel's main public-sector labour union went on a half-day strike on Sunday, closing the airport, the stock exchange, banks and all government ministries as part of a protest against mass layoffs planned by Teva ...
Israeli workers strike nationwide to protest Teva layoffs  CNBC
Teva Relied on Perks From the Israeli Government, and Now It's Done For  Haaretz
A bombshell letter charges that Uber hacked into competitors' networks and ...
A letter has been made public that alleges Uber "fraudulently impersonates riders and drivers on competitor platforms, hacks into competitor networks, and conducts unlawful wiretapping.
Uber Ex-Manager Details Company's Alleged Surveillance Tactics  Fortune
Uber allegedly hacked rivals, surveilled politicians, and impersonated ...  The Verge
US employers say CVS-Aetna deal would affect health-benefits decisions: survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) - CVS Corp's proposed purchase of Aetna Inc will affect decision-making by a majority of large and mid-size U.S.
Monopolies are threatening American democracy  Newsday
On Health Care: Nontraditional partnerships will be key  Duluth News Tribune
Canada's Fighter Jet Saga Just Got Weirder
Pity Boeing's (NYSE: BA) shareholders. It's starting to look like they bought stock in the gang that couldn't shoot straight.
Forget Canada: Boeing Needs to Ensure Its Trade Dispute Doesn't Spill ...  Motley Fool
Boeing Good, Airbus Bad  AVweb (blog)
The Fast and the Financed: China's Well-Funded Auto Startups Race to Overtake ...
BEIJING—An ambitious group of Chinese car developers with a foothold in Silicon Valley are vying to become the next Tesla Inc. Backed by billions from influential investors and armed with global talent, more than a dozen Chinese startups want to make ...
Chinese Electric-Car Startup NIO Prices Debut Model at $67783  Bloomberg
Elon Musk Reveals His Awkward Dislike of Mass Transit
The Boring Company's experimental test tunnel at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, is 1,000 feet today. The company says it will be two miles long when completed.
Find Your Startup's Equivalent of Elon Musk's Mission to Mars  Entrepreneur
Elon Musk is giving away a special prize to 10 lucky people who bought his ...  Business Insider