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United Airlines reps: 97% of U.S. workers must be vaccinated

United Airlines says 97 percent of its U.S. employees have been vaccinated for measles. Tom Glynn, vice president of personal and medical services for United Airlines, took to Twitter on Tuesday to set the...

7 things to know about Biden’s travel ban announcement

Mr. Biden’s travel ban announcement Tuesday is not final. The administration hasn’t offered much in the way of clarity, and won’t for some time. But the proposed policy already offered a pretty vivid illustration...

China’s cities begin to feel social unrest

Written by By Rina Nakano, CNN China is bracing for social unrest after a central city's financial high-rise collapsed this week, killing over 50 people, according to a report by Chinese state media. The...

Twitter agrees to pay $809.5 million to settle stock-based compensation lawsuit

( NEW YORK, NY) – Twitter announced today that it has agreed to settle a pending class action stock-based compensation lawsuit with class members that had filed a complaint on February 24, 2017. The...

China’s state telecoms regulator wants iPhones to use its own security feature

In March, Apple launched two new iPhones: the iPhone X, with a face-unveiling face-unveiling Face ID feature, and the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, with an aluminum body in brushed silver or space gray....

BREAKING: Alexander Acosta fires 7,000 potential flu patients

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced Thursday that “nearly 7,000 workers” who contract influenza will be fired by Friday. “We are taking these action because of the threat to public health,” Acosta said in a...

Evergrande chief: Chinese real estate giant returning to global arena

Evergrande Group chairman Wu Xiaohui says the Chinese property giant will become one of the leading real estate companies in the world following a series of high-profile projects in recent years. Mr. Wu said...

Chinese property firm accused of losing $83m in controversial currency deal

This article is over 2 years old China’s No2 property firm has delayed US$3.7bn flotation until late April amid Wall Street jitters China’s second-largest property developer, Evergrande Group, appears to have lost $83 million...

Airbnb gives new spin to home stays

by CNN Staff • Updated 9th May 2013 To make sure more people stay safe while renting Airbnb accommodations around the world, the company will share safety tips with a growing group of real...

China braces for ‘mass incidents’ triggered by deadly apartment collapse

(HLN) — Reports coming from Beijing claim China is bracing for a mass social unrest following last week’s fiery apartment building collapse in the city of Changsha in Hunan province. In the days since...

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