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Why Delta is still canceling flights as other airlines return to normal

Three days after a computer update problem caused more than 5,000 flight cancellations around the world, things are pretty much back to normal — except at Delta Air Lines.

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NFL hit with jury verdict in ‘Sunday Ticket’ antitrust trial that could reach $14.1 billion

A jury ordered the NFL on Thursday to pay more than $4.7 billion for anti-trust violations surrounding its “Sunday Ticket” package, which lets fans watch games outside of their home markets but required them to buy access to a bundle of games to do so.

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Musk accused of improperly selling $7.5 billion in Tesla stock before weak sales report that crashed its price

Elon Musk and the Tesla board are facing a shareholder suit over his sale of $7.5 billion worth of Tesla shares in late 2022, ahead of a January 2023 sales report that sent the price of the stock plunging.

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Boeing orders bounce back on demand for plane it can’t deliver yet

Boeing’s commercial jet orders bounced back in March, but it was due to a large order from American Airlines for a plane the Federal Aviation Administration hasn’t even approved to carry passengers yet.

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Anthony Blinken - another problem with his Boeing plane - went by car

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is the latest person dealing with problems with a Boeing jet.

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Port of Baltimore could reopen as soon as May, expert says

Demolition workers could open a channel for ships to move in and out of the Port of Baltimore as soon as one month after required equipment arrives on scene, according to an expert in the field familiar with ongoing discussions.

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Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun to step down in wake of ongoing safety problems

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun said Monday he intends to leave the beleaguered company by the end of the year in a major shakeup of the company’s leadership. Boeing’s chairman and the head of the commercial airplane unit are also leaving.

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Dartmouth basketball teams vote to join first college athletics union

Members of the Dartmouth College men’s basketball team Tuesday became the first college athletes to vote to join a union.

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FAA finds ‘multiple instances’ of Boeing quality control issues

The Federal Aviation Administration has found multiple problems with Boeing’s production practices, follow a six-week audit of Boeing triggered by the January 5 door plug blowout on an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9.

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US Justice Department investigates Boeing over door plug blowout

Boeing faces yet another federal probe over its 737 Max door plug blowout, this one by the Justice Department, an investigation that could expose it to criminal liability.

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