As millions hit the road for the July 4th holiday weekend, they’re facing increased hotel, rental car and gas prices. While most are traveling by car, 2.1 million people went through TSA checkpoints on Thursday.
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The airline also took the top spot for business class.
- Popular Mechanics
Twenty-foot waves. All engines on fire. Nine-hundred miles from land.
- Business Insider
An airline pilot says she was forced to sleep in a plane overnight after her flight was diverted to a remote Colorado town because of severe weather
Jessica Taylor said that she'd never slept in her own plane but that it was the only option; the airline said there were no hotel accommodations.
- Miami Herald
The first direct flight between Dubai and Miami arrived at Miami International Airport on Thursday.
Who doesn't love this beloved Tri-Five?
As a tourist and a former employee, I've seen people sabotage Disney vacations by not planning for weather, overindulging in sweets, and more.
First one to say this isn’t a muscle car gets their man card taken away….
The semiconductor shortage that has gripped the world could last well into 2022 and hit smartphone production next, foreshadowing deficient supply for a range of appliances and industrial equipment, industry executives and an economist said. The automotive sector has suffered the most this year but supply to the sector could improve relatively soon, with China taking up some production demand that Taiwan could not meet, ING Greater China chief economist Iris Pang told Reuters Global Markets Forum this week. Taiwanese semiconductor companies have boosted production in China as blackouts and ongoing COVID-19 social distancing measures disrupted factory output and port operations in Taiwan, she said.
Photos of 2 drastically different hotel rooms show how the glitzy side of Cannes compares to being a regular tourist in the French city
My two-star hotel room seemed worlds away from Le Majestic's $9,600-a-night suite even though it was less than 10 minutes away.
Fusion Logistics Inc. recently laid off 303 employees and permanently closed several Texas facilities, according to a notice sent to state officials Monday. The affected employees worked at locations in Houston, as well as the cities of Farmers Branch, Garland, Coppell and Fort Worth. The facilities will close permanently as a result of the layoffs. Officials said the job cuts were "due to unforeseeable circumstances involving an unexpectedly large increase in insurance premiums," according to d
- Car and Driver
After taking both available powertrains, including the optional seven-speed manual, to the test track, we know a lot more about how the new Bronco stacks up against the Wrangler.
The reimagined resort opened on July 19 with new rooms and decor inspired by Disney's Princess Moana
Although the updated late-model year 2022 GMC Sierra is still a little ways off (In fact, it hasn't even been revealed), we've had an opportunity to try one of its headlining features: Super Cruise. The new Sierra will be getting a newer version with two features: the ability to execute lane changes and passes automatically, and the ability to operate with a trailer.
Yesterday, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing filed a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard over the company’s allegedly pervasive culture of sexual harasment and discrimination.
- Architectural Digest
Lincoln teamed with design students in California to create “something the world has not yet seen”
Now this is a winning combination!
China's soybean imports are set to slow sharply in late 2021 from a record first-half tally, confounding expectations for sustained growth from the top global buyer and denting market sentiment just as U.S. farmers look to sell their new crop. A collapse in hog sector profitability and a sharp rise in wheat feed use are crimping demand in China, where imports this year may now be less than 100 million tonnes, compared with a recent U.S. forecast of 102 million tonnes. As China accounts for 60% of global soybean imports, its diminished appetite - just as U.S. farmers pull in what is projected to be their third-largest harvest ever - stands to add further volatility to the critical crop, which rallied to nine-year highs this year.
- Business Insider
California sued gaming giant Activision Blizzard, alleging widespread harassment of female staff. A male supervisor delegated his work to a female employee so he could play Call of Duty, the suit said.
California's employment agency said Activision Blizzard's female staff were subjected to "constant sexual harassment" and paid less for their work.
- Robb Report
Each cabin comes complete with a balcony and bubbly, of course.
- Business Insider
Truck drivers reveal their reactions to a new federal law on drug testing, from lending support to calling it "completely ridiculous."