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DOJ Pursuing Lawsuit Against JetBlue & American Airlines

The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced that it is suing two of the major airlines yesterday, stating that the companies in question have created an “alliance” that allowed them to raise prices and create less choices for air passengers traveling to and from locations in certain regions of the United States, specifically the Northeast. The two airlines in question, JetBlue and American Airlines, had created the “Northeast Alliance” that operates out of four major airports in Northeastern United States just last year

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SpaceX Brings Flight Crew Home Safely

SpaceX broke boundaries Saturday evening as the all civilian crew of astronauts launched into Earth's atmosphere on Wednesday returned safely and landed off the east coast of Florida. The crew consisted of billionaire entrepreneur Jared Isaacman, as well as Hayley Arceneaux, a physician assistant; geoscientist Dr. Sian Proctor; and Chris Sembroski, an aerospace data engineer

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OVHcloud Plans $4.7 Billion IPO

European cloud-service provider OVHcloud is shopping to launch an initial public offering which could value the company at $4.7 billion. The company, which is based in France, offers storage, computing, and networking services to companies within North America, Europe, Singapore and Australia

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DrunkDash

DoorDash is starting a dedicated alcohol delivery service, pushing full speed into into non-food categories as the battle for on-demand delivery heats up with Uber and Instacart

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Twitter Settles Lawsuit for $809 Million

Twitter has agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit that began in 2016 by paying $809.5 million. The social media company was accused of misleading investors about the platform's engagement rates in 2015, this included Twitter's monthly active users as well as how frequently users interacted with the platform

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