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Delta says the next big battle between airlines will take place on the ground
Delta says the next big battle between airlines will take place on the ground

CNBC Delta Air Lines CFO Paul Jacobson says the next big area of competition in air travel is not in the passenger cabin but in the airport experience. Delta was the first U.S. airline to sign a deal with biometric screening company CLEAR to cut down on wait times at security checkpoints. That, as well as the remodeling of major metro area terminals and addition of multiple tiers of luxury lounges, are part of reimagining the frustrating, stressful airport experience. more…

Transforming parking lots into hubs for Uber Eats and Amazon deliveries is big business — and one of the world's most prolific tech investors is now on board
Transforming parking lots into hubs for Uber Eats and Amazon deliveries is big business — and one of the world's most prolific tech investors is now on board

Business Insider ParkJockey, an app that lets you book parking spots from your phone, is transitioning into a new business it's calling "proximity as a service." The company now plans to lease parking spaces to companies like Uber and Amazon to support the gig economy. We spoke with founder Ari Ojalvo about the transition and how he's helping support the "last-mile" problem for goods deliveries. Click here for more BI Prime stories . The humble parking space hasn't changed much since Henry Ford's era. Sure, some of the rectangles are now reserved for hybrid cars or adorned with an electric-vehicle charger in some places, but their basic function is still to store automobiles. Ari Ojalvo is working to change that. After helping scale the iconic Brazilian-sushi hybrid chain Sushi Samba to London, Miami, and other high-flying cities around the world, the entrepreneur set his sights on a more lowly product: parking. "In the early phases it was difficult," he said in an interview with Business Insider. "Today, when you talk about dark kitchens, last-mile services, Uber, Lyft, and other things being in every city, it's no longer a question. more…

This health investor shadowed Jeff Bezos and worked for Bill Gates — here's what he learned
This health investor shadowed Jeff Bezos and worked for Bill Gates — here's what he learned

CNBC Peter Neupert worked for Microsoft and Amazon-backed Drugstore.com, where he got to know Jeff Bezos. He now advises start-ups. more…

I compared a new MacBook Air with a manual typewriter from the 1960s and my favorite Apple laptop of all time to see if the MacBook's controversial keyboard is as bad as everyone says (AAPL)
I compared a new MacBook Air with a manual typewriter from the 1960s and my favorite Apple laptop of all time to see if the MacBook's controversial keyboard is as bad as everyone says (AAPL)

Business Insider The "butterfly" keyboard on Apple laptops has been resoundingly criticized. I've been using an Apple MacBook Air for about six months — and I've found that keyboard isn't all that great. But compared with a manual typewriter from the the 1960s, the MacBook keyboard is a miracle of modern technology. I've owned a number of Apple laptops, however, and the latest keyboard is probably my least favorite — a far cry from the keyboard I remember most fondly, on an ancient iBook G4. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Hate your MacBook butterfly keyboard? You aren't alone — complaints about the keyboard are all over the internet, and at Business Insider we've found the design to be wanting. I've been using a new MacBook Air for about six months, and while typing on the keyboard is super-fast, I've also noted a decline in accuracy from the desktop keyboard I had been using, and from Apple laptops I've owned in the past. As it turns out, I also possess the state-of-the-art for portable word processing from the 1960s: a Smith-Corona manual typewriter, which I still often use. more…

The genius behind Amazon’s Prime Day
The genius behind Amazon’s Prime Day

New York Post Stop for a minute and think of the sheer brilliance of last week’s Prime Day. It’s become a thing now, a big multibillion-dollar worldwide two-day event — Black Friday with no lines! And like the iPod, the iPhone and online shopping in general, it’s one of those things you never knew you needed or even… more…

The 5 best Amazon deals this Saturday
The 5 best Amazon deals this Saturday

USA Today Snag a great price on Instant Pots, AirPods, mattresses, and so much more. more…

This new platform has revolutionised govt procurement
This new platform has revolutionised govt procurement

The Economic Times India Few notions among those who do business in India are perhaps as pervasive and deeply held as the one about doing business with the government. It’s a bit like a visit to the dentist — best avoided, but if you must, then pain and unpleasantness can’t be escaped. Complex procurement norms, bureaucratic hurdles, nepotism and delayed payments make it an affair that requires grit.Entrepreneur Shweta Sharma, 27, harboured similar notions, too. Started by three college friends in 2016, her startup Leaf Era sells moringa leaf tea and extracts. They started retailing on Amazon and Flipkart and now exports to Hong Kong. Late last year, her entrepreneur father, who runs a sanitary fittings business, suggested something that made her raise her eyebrows. Start selling on GeM, or the Government e-Marketplace (gem.gov.in), he said. Doing business with the government has become easier and safer, with timely payment and few logistical hassles. Sharma was sceptical.But within days, she changed her views. more…

The 8 best deals you can get this weekend
The 8 best deals you can get this weekend

USA Today Snag a great deal at your favorite retailers like Nordstrom, Anthropologie, and Amazon. more…

Why Master P is a big fan of Amazon's Jeff Bezos but not the stock market
Why Master P is a big fan of Amazon's Jeff Bezos but not the stock market

Yahoo Finance You may know him as a rapper or an actor, but Master P defines himself differently. “I consider myself an entrepreneur, a businessman, and most important, a philanthropist.” more…

Oppo expects online sales to drive growth; to launch own eCommerce store before Diwali
Oppo expects online sales to drive growth; to launch own eCommerce store before Diwali

The Economic Times India Chinese handset maker Oppo is aiming to increase the share of revenue coming from the online channel in India with the help of online exclusive handsets and its own e-commerce site.It plans to start sales through own e-commerce site just before the festive season. “We expect a significant share of our revenue to come from online sales…We do have plans to sell our smartphones through our own e-commerce site. The OPPO e-store is in an advanced stage and we expect to start sales on it before Diwali this year,” Charles Wong, CEO, OPPO India, told ET.After building a robust offline channel, Wong said that Oppo is aiming to ensure that its products are available to customers that are flocking to eCommerce websites to buy handsets. This is the customer segment that has played a major role in helping Xiaomi outpace its rival over the last year or so. “Hence, we implemented an aggressive multi-channel strategy to make our products available to the large and growing internet-savvy audience across India,” Wong added.To drive growth in the online space, the company laid out a framework with an equal focus on its online distribution channel through our partnerships with brands like Flipkart, Amazon, Paytm, Snapdeal and TataCliq.Oppo launched first online-focused K series earlier this year with K1. more…

Amazon Who? FedEx Ups Its Game as E-Commerce Grows
Amazon Who? FedEx Ups Its Game as E-Commerce Grows

Barron's Amazon who? FedEx is a cheap bet on e-commerce growth and a stronger global economy. Why the stock could deliver a 33% total return more…

This is Why Telephone & Data Systems (TDS) is a Great Dividend Stock
This is Why Telephone & Data Systems (TDS) is a Great Dividend Stock

Zacks Investment Research Dividends are one of the best benefits to being a shareholder, but finding a great dividend stock is no easy task. Does Telephone & Data Systems (TDS) have what it takes? Let's find out. more…

A woman breastfeeding her baby on a plane was asked to cover up to 'be respectful of people of other cultures' (AKH)
A woman breastfeeding her baby on a plane was asked to cover up to 'be respectful of people of other cultures' (AKH)

Business Insider Shelby Angel said she took a Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) plane from San Francisco to Amsterdam with her one-year-old daughter last month. When she started breastfeeding her baby, a female flight attendant tried make her cover up with a blanket, Angel said. Angel explained that her baby "doesn't like to be covered," adding: "I do my best to be discreet, but sometimes some skin shows." KLM told her that while it allows breastfeeding on flights, it may ask passengers to cover up "should other passengers be offended by this." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) is facing criticism after it asked a woman who was breastfeeding on its plane to cover up to "be respectful of people of other cultures." Shelby Angel had been breastfeeding her one-year-old daughter on a San Francisco-to-Amsterdam flight last month when a female flight attendant tried to give her a blanket, Angel wrote in a Sunday Facebook post . Read more: American Airlines made a doctor wrap a blanket around herself because a flight attendant found her summer outfit 'inappropriate' Angel said her daughter is "a busy toddler who doesn't like to be covered. more…

Why Delta Air Lines (DAL) Stock Might be a Great Pick
Why Delta Air Lines (DAL) Stock Might be a Great Pick

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Southern Company, Prologis, Delta Air Lines, Occidental Petroleum and Dollar General

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3 Big Stock Charts for Wednesday: Delta Air Lines, Salesforce and American Airlines
3 Big Stock Charts for Wednesday: Delta Air Lines, Salesforce and American Airlines

Yahoo Finance The bulls tried, but it was never going to happen. The S&P 500 fell 0.34% on Tuesday, sliding lower on sizeable volume, calling into question just how much more stocks can climb.Source: Shutterstock Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) was a relatively big drag, falling more than 3% following an earnings beat that more…

Rio Tinto Quarterly Iron Ore Shipments Hit by Cyclone Disruption
Rio Tinto Quarterly Iron Ore Shipments Hit by Cyclone Disruption

The New York Times Global miner Rio Tinto reported a 3.5% drop in second-quarter iron ore shipments on Tuesday, as disruptions caused by a cyclone in late March squeezed output in the April-June period. more…

Rio Tinto Faces Delays, Added Costs for Big Copper-Mine Project
Rio Tinto Faces Delays, Added Costs for Big Copper-Mine Project

The Wall Street Journal Rio Tinto said it will take longer and cost more than expected to finish building one of the world’s biggest copper mines in Mongolia’s remote southern Gobi desert. more…

Rio Tinto faces delays, costs for copper project
Rio Tinto faces delays, costs for copper project

MarketWatch SYDNEY-- Rio Tinto PLC said it will take longer and cost more than expected to finish building one of the world's biggest copper mines in Mongolia's remote… more…

Zacks.com featured highlights include: Lockheed Martin, Delta Air Lines, Core-Mark, Caseys General Stores and Intuit
Zacks.com featured highlights include: Lockheed Martin, Delta Air Lines, Core-Mark, Caseys General Stores and Intuit

Zacks Investment Research Zacks.com featured highlights include: Lockheed Martin, Delta Air Lines, Core-Mark, Caseys General Stores and Intuit more…

Delta Air Lines (DAL) Is Up 3.44% in One Week: What You Should Know
Delta Air Lines (DAL) Is Up 3.44% in One Week: What You Should Know

Zacks Investment Research Does Delta Air Lines (DAL) have what it takes to be a top stock pick for momentum investors? Let's find out. more…

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Zacks.com featured highlights include: United States Cellular, Dropbox, Chipotle Mexican Grill and Molina Healthcare

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Anyone who buys things online is missing out on travel rewards by ignoring free shopping portals from brands like Chase, Amex, and Southwest Airlines
Anyone who buys things online is missing out on travel rewards by ignoring free shopping portals from brands like Chase, Amex, and Southwest Airlines

Business Insider Online shopping portals let you earn airline miles, hotel points, and other rewards when you make a purchase or sign up for a participating service online. Not only do most of the major airlines have their own portals, but some hotel programs do as well. Credit card issuers like Chase and Barclays also have their own shopping portals, but you need a credit card to utilize them. While you don't have to pay with plastic to utilize online shopping portals, you can "double up" on rewards if you do. For example, use the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card to make a purchase through the Ultimate Rewards portal and earn extra points. It's not hard to see why travel rewards have been growing in popularity over the last decade. You can use airline miles to pay for first-class flights that cost thousands of dollars , and you can use hotel points or credit card rewards to book hotels and even vacation rentals , along with rental cars, daily excursions and activities, and more. The quickest way to earn points and miles is to sign up for a travel rewards credit card to earn a sign-up bonus and get rewarded for your spending. more…

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Franco-Nevada, Royal Gold, Rio Tinto, SSR and BHP
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Franco-Nevada, Royal Gold, Rio Tinto, SSR and BHP

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CVS and other drug-plan providers surge after the Trump administration scraps a key part of its push to lower prices
CVS and other drug-plan providers surge after the Trump administration scraps a key part of its push to lower prices

Business Insider Pharmacy and health insurance stocks jumped on Thursday after the White House announced it would scrap its drug rebate plan. The proposal was part of the Trump administration's efforts to reduce drug costs. If implemented, the rebate rule would've prevented pharmacy benefit managers from profiting on deals made between drug companies and insurers. Administration officials and Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar disagreed on whether the rebate rule would be worth the approximately $180 billion it would cost the government over a decade. The decision spares PBMs from having a major chunk of their revenues taken away. Visit the Markets Insider homepage for more stories . CVS , Cigna , and other major players in the pharmacy benefits management space rose in surged on Thursday after the Trump administration said it will abandon its effort to eliminate rebates from government drug plans. The now-scrapped proposal would have banned PBMs — or intermediaries who negotiate between drug manufacturers and insurance plans — from collecting portions of drug rebates for themselves as profit. more…

Delta Tops Q2 Earnings Forecast, Posts Record Revenues, as Premium Sales Impress
Delta Tops Q2 Earnings Forecast, Posts Record Revenues, as Premium Sales Impress

The Street Delta Airlines posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Thursday, and lifted its full-year profit guidance, as non-ticket and premium product revenues boosted topline growth….DAL more…

7 Stocks To Watch For July 11, 2019
7 Stocks To Watch For July 11, 2019

Benzinga Some of the stocks that may grab investor focus today are: Wall Street expects Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL) to report quarterly earnings at $2.25 per … more…

Here's Why Aaron's (AAN) is a Hot Investment Pick Right Now
Here's Why Aaron's (AAN) is a Hot Investment Pick Right Now

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What Makes Fly Leasing (FLY) a Strong Momentum Stock: Buy Now?
What Makes Fly Leasing (FLY) a Strong Momentum Stock: Buy Now?

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Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Qualcomm, Rio Tinto, Alexion Pharmaceuticals & more
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Qualcomm, Rio Tinto, Alexion Pharmaceuticals & more

CNBC These are the stocks posting the largest moves in the premarket. more…

Rio Tinto's Icelandic Aluminium Plant Attracts Glencore, Trimet-Sources
Rio Tinto's Icelandic Aluminium Plant Attracts Glencore, Trimet-Sources

The New York Times At least three companies including Glencore and Trimet Aluminium have expressed an interest in buying Rio Tinto's aluminium assets in Iceland, Sweden and the Netherlands for up to $350 million, banking sources said. more…

Rio Tinto's Icelandic aluminium plant attracts Glencore, Trimet -...
Rio Tinto's Icelandic aluminium plant attracts Glencore, Trimet -...

Reuters UK At least three companies including Glencore and Trimet Aluminium have expressed an interest in buying Rio Tinto's aluminium assets in Iceland, Sweden and the Netherlands for up to $350 million, banking sources said. more…

Rio Tinto names Barbara Levi as group general counsel
Rio Tinto names Barbara Levi as group general counsel

Reuters Rio Tinto named Barbara Levi as its new general counsel and group executive on Monday, replacing Philip Richards. more…

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2019-07-22

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2019-07-19

2976.61

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