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Lufthansa to Suspend Flights to Venezuela Starting Next Month

Flights between Frankfurt, Caracas to be halted as of June 18 Cites problems with repatriating revenues, low ticket demand Deutsche Lufthansa AG will suspend flights to Venezuela next month “until further notice” as it struggles with the country’s currency controls and economic downturn. The ...

Bloomberg · 1 hour ago

Students seeking sugar daddies for tuition, rent

As the price of tuition and rent rises, so does the apparent popularity of dating websites to find a "sugar daddy." Candice Kashani graduated from law school debt-free this spring, thanks to a modern twist on an age-old arrangement. During her first year, she faced tuition and expenses that ran ...

Yahoo! Finance · 4 hours ago

Why Coca-Cola is unveiling new, patriotic cans

Coca-Cola released a new patriotic design ahead of Memorial Day. It's a good way to show appreciation for US service members – and a savvy marketing tactic. Coca Cola's limited new “I’m proud to be an America” edition commemorates Coca-Cola’s 75-year partnership with the United Service ...

Christian Science Monitor · 1 hour ago

Arun Jaitley seeks Japanese investments; meets SoftBank CEO

TOKYO: Seeking to woo investors from Asia's second biggest economy, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today began his six-day Japan visit as he met Masayoshi Son, the CEO of Japanese telecom giant SoftBank Group, which is eyeing "one of the biggest" investments in solar power sector in India. Jaitley ...

Times of India · 6 hours ago

PM Modi prefers some tasks undone than walking the 'path of sin'

Devangere, Karnataka: Prime minister Narendra Modi on Sunday attacked those questioning his government's performance, asserting it had launched over 700 schemes and vowing to pursue development without treading the 'path of sin' even if it meant some tasks remained undone. Describing development as ...

Manorama Online · 1 hour ago

Screen Producers Australia calls for Netflix local content quota, Nine prefers deregulation

Screen Producers Australia is calling on the Australian government to consider following a European Union proposal to place local content quota obligations on streaming services such as Netflix. Screen Producers Australia is calling on the Australian government to consider following a European Union ...

Bombala Times · 4 hours ago

Jet Airways to take back 6 Boeing planes from Etihad for use in its core market

NEW DELHI: Private carrier Jet Airways will take back all six wide-body Boeing aircraft leased out to its investment partner Etihad Airways in the next six months and deploy them on some of its core routes including to the Gulf. The six B777-300 ER aircraft are expected to be put into service from ...

Times of India · 6 hours ago

5 Important Medicare Details You're Likely Overlooking

Social Security may get all of the glory because it puts money into the pockets of more than 40 million seniors on a monthly basis, but Medicare, the program that's designed to help cover some of the eligible medical costs of seniors during their golden years, is arguably just as important. With ... · 3 hours ago

Boeing mulls larger engine for biggest 737 MAX - sources

By PARIS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Boeing is considering a plan to put a larger engine on its biggest narrowbody airliner in an effort to blunt the runaway success of a rival Airbus jet that outsells it by four to one, industry sources said. The U.S. planemaker would substitute a modified version of the ...

Yahoo! Finance · 1 hour ago

Nicole Kidman stars in unusual role for Etihad Airways film 'Reimagine'

Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman has a new role as star of Etihad Airways 360-degree virtual reality film 'Reimagine'. This is quite a departure for the famous beauty. It marks the first time a major star has acted in movie produced by an airline (albeit a five-minute one). The quick flick, an ... · 1 hour ago