FAA Knew Of 737 MAX Trim Problems

FAA Knew Of 737 MAX Trim Problems

A recently discovered document proves that Boeing ignored requirements FAA and international regulators made when they certified Boeing’s 737 MAX airliner. The underlying problem: For commercial reasons Boeing wanted the new 737 MAX version to handle like the old ones....
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The FCC Managed to Collect $6,790 from $208 Million It Has Fined Robocallers

The FCC Managed to Collect $6,790 from $208 Million It Has Fined Robocallers

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – the “independent agency” of the United States government, has managed to raise $6,790 of fines it has fined the companies and individuals for performing so-called robotic telephone calls. The tota...
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IPO valued Lyft at $ 24.3 billion

IPO valued Lyft at $ 24.3 billion

The initial public offering (IPO) valued Lyft at $24.3 billion. The pseudo-taxi operator’s shares will start trading on the stock exchange today, and the price of one stock was set at $72 for a large interest at a higher level...
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Ultra-low Cost Airline Wow Air Collapses, Cancels All Flights

Ultra-low Cost Airline Wow Air Collapses, Cancels All Flights

Icelandic Wow Air canceled all flights, telling travelers in foreign countries to apply for “emergency rates” at competing airlines and buy tickets again. Furthermore, the airlines said passengers who paid for airline tickets with credit cards or b...
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Saudi Aramco Buying 70% Of SABIC In $70 Billion Cash Deal

Saudi Aramco Buying 70% Of SABIC In $70 Billion Cash Deal

Saudi oil giant Saudi Aramco is acquiring a 70% stake in the country’s petrochemcial company Saudi Arabian Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) from the country’s sovereign wealth fund, Aramco reported on its Twitter account shortly after Bloomberg...
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Airbus Received an Order from China Aviation Supplies for 300 Airliners

Airbus Received an Order from China Aviation Supplies for 300 Airliners

China Aviation Supplies ordered at Airbus 290 A320 * and 10 A350 XWB aircrafts. According to catalog prices, the order value is more than $35 billion. The order is larger than originally expected. Typically, for Chinese orders, a large quantity...
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Jim Rickards Warns “Bernanke Painted The FED Into a Corner & It Can’t Get Out”

Jim Rickards Warns “Bernanke Painted The FED Into a Corner & It Can’t Get Out”

Four time bestseller writer Jim Rickards says the FED “throwing in the towel” on rate hikes is signaling a big problem for the economy. Rickards says, “The FED was tightening to get ready for the next recession…” “You need to cut...
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30 Years Since the Announcement by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at Utah University

30 Years Since the Announcement by Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at Utah University

March 23, 1989 Czechoslovak (living in Great Britain) Martin Fleischmann, PhD and Stanley Pons, PhD made a public statement at a press conference organized by Utah University in Salt Lake City about a scientific experiment later referred to as “cold...
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Volvo’s Newest Safety Feature

Volvo’s Newest Safety Feature

Your New Volvo Will Soon Call The Cops On You If It Thinks You’ve Been Drinking Swedish Volvo has always been synonymous with safety in the automotive branch. Now, the Swedish automaker is taking stunning steps to push the borders...
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Marines Seize Tiny Pacific Island As Training For Real War

Marines Seize Tiny Pacific Island As Training For Real War

The 31st U.S. Marine Expeditionary Unit (31st MEU) seized a tiny island and airfield with special operations airmen and soldiers as part of a new island-hopping strategy. Last week, 31st MEU, backed by the 3rd Marine Division, 3rd Marine Logistics...
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Levi Strauss goes public, the IPO valuation is $ 6.6 billion

Levi Strauss goes public, the IPO valuation is $ 6.6 billion

Levi Strauss returns to the stock market after 34 years of absence. The clothing seller valued its initial public offering on Wednesday at $17 a share and valued the company at approximately $6.6 billion. This is a higher valuation than...
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Seagate with Nvidia and HP Enterprise are developing AI manufacturing platform

Seagate with Nvidia and HP Enterprise are developing AI manufacturing platform

Seagate announces partnership with HP Enterprise (HPE) and Nvidia to Develop Project Athena’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) production platform to reduce Hard Drive (HDD) costs by 20% and Production Processes by 10%. Jeffrey Nygaard, executive vice presid...
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BMW lowered profit estimate, shares tumbled

BMW lowered profit estimate, shares tumbled

BMW stock exchanges on European stock exchanges fell by almost 5% to around 72 euros after BMW management pointed to a decline in profits, announcing a € 12 billion savings plan to compensate for any damage caused by trade wars...
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FAA and Boeing 737 MAX Certification Story

FAA and Boeing 737 MAX Certification Story

The Seattle Times: Managers of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have put pressure on their engineers to delegate broad responsibility for Boeing 737 MAX safety assessment to Boeing itself. Security engineers who are familiar with the documents have po...
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IBM ramps up (pseudo)crypto cross-border payments

IBM ramps up (pseudo)crypto cross-border payments

The cryptocurrency-based cross-border payments competition is cranking up. IBM Corp. said today its Blockchain World Wire initiative, a global payments network for regulated financial institutions, has entered production and will support instantaneous foreign...
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