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Monthly Archives: June 2017
Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines decreasing their routes to Cuba Southwest Airlines announced that they are canceling two of its three routes to Cuba, becoming the latest airline to cut flights amid low demand. Southwest has canceled its flights to Varadero...

By Lawrence Lease on Jun 30th, 2017
Walgreens

Walgreens no longer buying out Rite Aid Walgreens announced that it is no longer attempting to purchase drugstore chain Rite Aid and instead has decided to buy half of Rite Aid’s stores for nearly $5.1 billion after antitrust concerns...

By Lawrence Lease on Jun 30th, 2017
Sunflowers are symbols of summer. [Featured image by Lucy Santos]

Summer is one of the most enjoyable times of the year.  Since the days are longer, we can spend more time outside than during any other season.  Summer is a time to enjoy barbecues, picnics, festivals, games, camping as well as many other...

By Lucy Santos on Jun 29th, 2017
Takata

Faulty Airbag Maker Takata Selling its Operations to Rival Japanese auto supply company Takata (TKTDY) filed for bankruptcy and is now selling all of its operations to a Michigan company. The company provided airbags which were most recently...

By Lawrence Lease on Jun 29th, 2017
Thomas Alva Edison changed the world with his invention of the practical light bulb. [Featured image by Louis Bachrach/Wikimedia Commons]

Before Thomas Edison invented  the incandescent light bulb, people used candles to light their homes.  Using candles was not safe since they could fall and cause a fire.  After his light bulb, people worldwide  safely lighted their dwellings. ...

By Lucy Santos on Jun 23rd, 2017
Uber

Ridesharing company Uber announced on Tuesday that it will now allow drivers to collect tips through its phone app. This is a sudden reversal from previous company policy. This new policy comes as Uber continues to deal with a series of scandals...

By Lawrence Lease on Jun 21st, 2017

Time Out New York is having the biggest Pride Party yet on Thurs. June 22 from 7-9:30 PM at Arena. It includes a live performance by NYC’s hottest new 60’s surfer girl pop band, Emergency Tiara. Plus, we had a golden opportunity...

Cover artwork: Gray Malin The amazing work of famed fine-art photographer Gray Malin graces the cover of the current issue of Hamptons magazine. In this issue, Gray opens up about his incredible eye for photography, excellent business sense,...

Nike

Nike slashing jobs as customers turn to online shopping The leader in sports shoes and apparel has announced it is cutting 1,400 jobs with intention of selling its products more directly to customers. Nike has over 70,000 employees worldwide...

By Lawrence Lease on Jun 17th, 2017
Amazon

Amazon will now capitalize in the grocery market Amazon has come out publicly an announced their intention to buy organic grocery chain Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion, a move that plunges the e-commerce leader into thousands of stores...

By Lawrence Lease on Jun 16th, 2017