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The cost-cutting move is aimed at encouraging travelers to buy tickets through JetBlue's own website.
It could be a cold, snowy winter in parts of the northern US, but a bit milder than usual in the South.
Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Continental, said the company went 28 days in the third quarter without bumping passengers.
The New York Yankees just became the latest in a growing number of traditional sports franchises to get into the esports space.
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz said the airline "dug ourselves in a hole" in regard to competition.
President Trump again slammed the NFL on Twitter, criticizing the league's "total disrespect" for the nation, USA Today reports.
Allegations of wrongdoing are already under the eye of the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office.
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SeaWorld is cutting about 350 jobs, as the aquatic entertainment company continues to struggle drawing in crowds.
The debate over taking a knee during the national anthem is a distraction from real problems in the US, former NBA chief David Stern told CNBC.
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Gooddell said he has not spoken with President Donald Trump about the protests.
It has been another near-record warm year for the planet, and September was among the five warmest months.
Delta Air Lines will retire its Boeing 747s. Meet its replacement: The sleek, two-engine Airbus A350.
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