United Airlines is facing a fine of $435,000 from the Federal Aviation Administration, which said Tuesday that the airline flew a Boeing 787 passenger airplane that was potentially unsafe nearly two dozen times on domestic and international flights in 2014.
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The New York Times offered buyouts to its newsroom employees on Wednesday, aiming to reduce layers of editing and requiring more of the editors who remain.
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Megyn Kelly left her job at Fox News two weeks before Donald J. Trump’s inauguration. In the nearly four and a half months since, there has been, well, quite a bit of news to cover.
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MUMBAI, India — In India, the vultures are circling. These vultures are investors looking for opportunities in distressed assets and bad debts. For years they had avoided investing in India, put off by a creakingly slow legal system and a labyrinthine bureaucracy.
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Scott Pelley is leaving his anchor role with “CBS Evening News,” a position he has filled since 2011, two people familiar with the move said Tuesday. Mr. Pelley will continue his duties at “60 Minutes” and devote more time to that role, the people said.
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SYDNEY, Australia — Wall Street has started a bidding war for Fairfax Media, an Australian company best known for the dowdy business of publishing newspapers. To understand why, look no further than Deanna McMath. Ms.
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Paignton railway station serves the town and seaside resort of Paignton in Devon, England. It is the terminus of the Riviera Line from Exeter and is also an interchange station between National Rail services and the preserved Dartmouth Steam Railway.
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BEIJING — A labor activist who had been working undercover at a Chinese factory that makes shoes for Ivanka Trump and other brands has been detained by the police, as concerns rise over a crackdown on the country’s advocacy groups.
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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Tuesday placed sharp limits on how much control patent holders have over how their products are used after they are sold. The case concerned Lexmark International, which makes toner cartridges for use in its printers.
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Venezuelan bonds would seem to be an unlikely target for global investors. The country is in near revolt and has barely enough ready cash to feed its people, much less pay the billions of dollars in debt that the government owes to its foreign lenders.
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