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One of the world's largest rental-car companies is ending a key partnership ...
rental car companies The logos of car rental companies are seen at Zurich Airport, January 9, 2018. Picture shows the logos of Europcar, Thrifty, Dollar, Hertz, National, Alamo, Enterprise rent-a-car, Avis, Budget and Sixt.
First National Bank of Omaha will stop issuing NRA Visa card  CNNMoney
NRA-branded Visa card dropped by First National Bank of Omaha  USA TODAY
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Beijing Takes Over Anbang, Insurer That Owns Waldorf Astoria
BEIJING - The Chinese government said on Friday that it had seized control of Anbang Insurance Group, the troubled Chinese company that owns the Waldorf Astoria hotel and other marquee properties around the world, and it had charged the company's ...
Anbang Out With a Whimper  Bloomberg
China Prosecuting Tycoon Who Considered Kushner Investment  U.S. News & World Report
Net neutrality: Clock is ticking for those who want old rules back
The days are now truly numbered for the federal regulations that prevent Internet service providers from blocking, throttling or prioritizing content on their broadband networks.
The FCC's vote repealing its net neutrality rules is finally official ...  Washington Post
Net Neutrality Legal Battle Officially Begins: What You Need To Know  Forbes
Toyota dominates Consumer Reports 2018 Top Picks for vehicles
Japanese automaker Toyota dominated the competition in Consumer Reports' 2018 ranking of the best vehicles in the U.S.. Although Toyota has lost its throne as the world's largest automaker by sales volume - falling behind Volkswagen and the alliance ...
Hyundai luxury brand Genesis ranked No. 1 by Consumer Reports  CNBC
Luxury-Car Ranks Upended as Genesis Tops Germany's Stalwarts  Bloomberg
Toys are not us: Target investors
(Reuters) - Target Corp (TGT.N) should hold off on plans to cash in on a perceived advantage in toys after the collapse of Toys “R” Us, several of the company's investors told Reuters, worried it could eat up capital desperately needed in an Amazon ...
Toys R Us' chances of survival growing dimmer  USA TODAY
Retailers are trying to profit off Toys R Us' struggles  New York Post
BlackRock puts gunmakers on notice after Florida school shooting
BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The world's largest asset manager put U.S. gunmakers on notice on Thursday that it is no longer business as usual in the wake of a shooting that killed 17 at a Florida high school.
BlackRock to talk to gun makers over response to school shootings  CNBC
BlackRock has questions for gun companies after Florida massacre  CNNMoney
Owner of one of Hawaii's priciest estates paid $100M for NY penthouse
Michael Dell, the founder and CEO of the computer company that bears his name who owns substantial real estate holdings in Hawaii, has been identified as the buyer behind the $100.47 million purchase of a penthouse in One57 in Manhattan, the most ...
Michael Dell Paid Record-Breaking Price For Manhattan's One57 Penthouse  Architectural Digest
Airbnb in Australia: Entire homes, commercial listings 'surge' amid growing ...
Airbnb has always maintained it's about mums and dads renting out space in their homes for a modest profit. Key points: Airbnb listings in Australia grew from 43,610 in 2016 to 89,863 in December 2017, according to Inside Airbnb; There was massive jump ...
Airbnb launches new services, celebrates 10 sometimes-rocky years in SF  KGO-TV
Airbnb's Co-Founder Dishes on Major Overhaul to How Customers Book Lodging  Fortune
Instant Pot danger? Company warns 1 model may be overheating or melting
Fans of the Instant Pot are expressing some apprehension and frustration following the company's recent announcement that a model of the popular cooking gadget may be getting dangerously hot.
Some Instant Pot models overheating and melting, company warns  OregonLive.com
Instant Pot company receives reports of melting cookers: check your unit  KING5.com
Bill Gates' biggest worry as a 31-year-old billionaire wasn't Apple or IBM
When Bill Gates became a billionaire at age 31, he got just a little bit fancy. “I don't have that many things that are extravagant taste, so things didn't change too much,” he told Ellen Degeneres on her show yesterday (Feb 21).
Bill Gates reveals the two 'crazy things' he purchased since ...  Business Insider
Ellen quizzed Bill Gates on the cost of groceries. He failed  Fast Company