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Airbus Is Crushing Boeing on Aircraft Deliveries – Motley Fool

The long-running 737 MAX grounding is making a bad situation even worse for Boeing.

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Boeing and Airbus are used to volatility, due to the boom-bust cycles that have been typical of the airline industry throughout its history. However, the coronavirus-induced aviation bust of 2020 is shaping up to be the worst in memory, as demand for new airplanes plunged quite suddenly following years of strength.
The impact on the plane makers hasn’t been equal, though. For Boeing, the pandemic is compounding the impact of the 737 MAX grounding, which has now surpassed 19 months. As a result,…

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Delta passenger slaps flight attendant during argument over mask policy: report – Fox News

Mask or no mask, it’s not a good idea to hit people.

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Mask or no mask, it’s not a good idea to hit people.
A passenger on a flight from Miami to Atlanta recently struck a flight attendant in front of a plane full of shocked passengers — and, as is the case with several other similarly disruptive airline incidents, this one appears to have been sparked over the passenger refusing to abide by the carrier’s mask mandate.
Another passenger on the plane filmed the incident, which was then uploaded to social media. The altercation occurred on a Delta f…

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Intel earnings may be overshadowed by memory dump – MarketWatch

After admitting problems with its engineering process in prior report, Intel’s proposed sale of most of its memory business just days before report could domina…

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Intel Corp.s quarterly results may be upstaged by a big divestiture announced just days before the report.Intel
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is scheduled to report earnings after the bell on Thursday, but analyst commentary has already steered away from earnings results to its announced plans to sell its flash-memory, or NAND, business to Korean chip maker SK Hynix Inc.000660,
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for $9 billion. In the U.S., the largest suppliers of NAND chips are Western Digital Corp.
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and Micron …

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Bitcoin Price Breaches $12K for First Time Since August – CoinDesk – CoinDesk

Bitcoin prices had to overcome a large number of sell orders to break above $12,000.

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Bitcoin (BTC) prices rallied Tuesday, briefly trading above $12,000 for the first time in more than two months.

  • The cryptocurrency traded around $12,034.70, up 2.57% over the previous 24 hours, before settling back to $11,94628, up 2.26%, at press time.
  • The 24-hour price range for bitcoin: $11,672.69 – $12,047.10.
  • The rally was highly anticipated by the market after the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization had a six-day streak of gains last week.
  • Befor…

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