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US Airlines Say COVID-19 Variants Aren't Hurting Bookings

US Airlines Say COVID-19 Variants Aren't Hurting Bookings

BUSINESS | By David Koenig | Jul 22, 2021

Rising concern about the fast-spreading delta variant of COVID-19 is creating turbulence for the stocks of big travel companies, but airline executives say they don't see any slowdown in ticket sales.

Is the Craft Beer Industry Moving Toward Lower Alcohol?

Is the Craft Beer Industry Moving Toward Lower Alcohol?

BUSINESS | Jul 21, 2021

Researchers uncover a growing interest in consuming — and improved technology for producing — beer with less alcohol.

Airlines, Cruise Lines and Hotel Stocks Fall on Virus Fears

Airlines, Cruise Lines and Hotel Stocks Fall on Virus Fears

BUSINESS | By David Koenig | Jul 20, 2021

Air travel in the United States hit another pandemic-era record over the weekend as vacationers jammed airports, but shares of airlines, cruise lines, hotels and almost anything else related to travel tumbled.

Victoria's Secret Joins the 'Inclusive Revolution,' Realizing Diversity Sells

Victoria's Secret Joins the 'Inclusive Revolution,' Realizing Diversity Sells

BUSINESS | Jul 19, 2021

Victoria's Secret recently announced a cast of new "angels." They include American athlete Megan Rapinoe, actress and activist Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and the brand's first transgender model, Valentina Sampaio.

Hospital 'Trauma Centers' Charge Enormous Fees to Treat Minor Injuries and Send People Home

Hospital 'Trauma Centers' Charge Enormous Fees to Treat Minor Injuries and Send People Home

BUSINESS | By Jay Hancock | Jul 19, 2021

Tens of thousands of times a year, hospitals charge enormously expensive trauma alert fees for injuries so minor the patient is never admitted.

Caribbean Calling: VACAYA's Record-Breaking Return to LGBTQ Travel

Caribbean Calling: VACAYA's Record-Breaking Return to LGBTQ Travel

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 18, 2021

VACAYA's 2021-22 trip roster is a dream come true for wanderlust-driven consumers ready to head south of the border to a luxurious Mexican resort, Caribbean cruise, or Costa Rican luxury eco lodge.

What Pairs with Beetle? Startups to Make Bugs Tasty

What Pairs with Beetle? Startups to Make Bugs Tasty

BUSINESS | By Kelvin Chan | Jul 16, 2021

Europe's nascent edible insect scene features dozens of bug-based businesses offering cricket chips in the Czech Republic, bug burgers in Germany and Belgian beetle beer.

Norwegian Cruises Sues Florida Over Virus Vaccination Law

Norwegian Cruises Sues Florida Over Virus Vaccination Law

BUSINESS | Jul 15, 2021

Norwegian Cruise Line is challenging a new Florida law that prevents cruise companies from requiring passengers to show proof of vaccination against the COVID-19 virus.

Touting New Trains, Amtrak CEO Foresees Riders Heading Back

Touting New Trains, Amtrak CEO Foresees Riders Heading Back

BUSINESS | By Tom Krisher | Jul 14, 2021

Amtrak is betting big on a return of ridership. The nation's passenger railroad wants to replace its nearly half-century-old fleet with state-of-the-art trains that can operate on electricity or diesel fuel.

Out Gay Legislators Demand No Chick-fil-A on the New York Thruway

Out Gay Legislators Demand No Chick-fil-A on the New York Thruway

BUSINESS | Jul 13, 2021

Chick-fil-A's history of contributing to anti-LGBTQ causes may cost them a lucrative deal to put the fast food chain on the New York Thruway.

Not Very Nice: Baron Cohen Sues Mass. Cannabis Dispensary

Not Very Nice: Baron Cohen Sues Mass. Cannabis Dispensary

BUSINESS | Jul 13, 2021

Actor Sacha Baron Cohen has sued a Massachusetts cannabis dispensary he says used an image of his character Borat on a billboard without his permission, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court in Boston.

Nordstrom Buys Minority Share in 4 UK Fashion Brands

Nordstrom Buys Minority Share in 4 UK Fashion Brands

BUSINESS | By Anne D'Innocenzio | Jul 13, 2021

Nordstrom says it's acquiring a minority interest in four fashion brands owned by a British company called Asos as the department store chain aims to attract more customers in their 20s.

OUT in Colombia Wins IGLTA Foundation's Impact Award

OUT in Colombia Wins IGLTA Foundation's Impact Award

BUSINESS | Jul 11, 2021

Boutique LGBTQ+ tour operator OUT in Colombia has won the IGLTA Foundation's inaugural Impact Award for responsible tourism and development.

Celebrating Pride All Year Long with Sunday Scaries and the Trevor Project

Celebrating Pride All Year Long with Sunday Scaries and the Trevor Project

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 9, 2021

Sunday Scaries is a CBD company with a mission to de-stigmatize mental health — one rainbow-colored piece of Unicorn Jerky at a time.

Canada's Flair Airlines Plans Flights to US in October

Canada's Flair Airlines Plans Flights to US in October

BUSINESS | Jul 9, 2021

Canadian budget carrier Flair Airlines said Thursday that on Oct. 31 it will begin flying to six U.S. leisure destinations including Las Vegas; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; and Palm Springs, California.

AP Source: Trump Plans Lawsuit Against Facebook, Twitter

AP Source: Trump Plans Lawsuit Against Facebook, Twitter

BUSINESS | By Jill Colvin | Jul 7, 2021

Former President Donald Trump is planning to announce a lawsuit Wednesday against three of the country's biggest tech companies: Facebook, Twitter and Google.

Scale, Details of massive Kaseya Ransomware Attack Emerge

Scale, Details of massive Kaseya Ransomware Attack Emerge

BUSINESS | By Frank Bajak | Jul 5, 2021

Cybersecurity teams worked feverishly Sunday to stem the impact of the single biggest global ransomware attack on record, with some details emerging about how the Russia-linked gang responsible breached the company whose software was the conduit.

Las Vegas Is Bouncing Back, but the Virus Is on the Rise Too

Las Vegas Is Bouncing Back, but the Virus Is on the Rise Too

BUSINESS | By Michelle L. Price | Jul 3, 2021

Fifteen months after the pandemic transformed Las Vegas from flamboyant spectacle to ghost town, Sin City is back.

Fewer Working-Age People May Slow Economy. Will It Lift Pay?

Fewer Working-Age People May Slow Economy. Will It Lift Pay?

BUSINESS | By Christopher Rugaber | Jul 3, 2021

As America's job market rebounds this summer and the need for workers intensifies, employers won't likely have a chance to relax anytime soon.

Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies, Security Firm Says

Ransomware Hits Hundreds of US Companies, Security Firm Says

BUSINESS | By Frank Bajak, Eric Tucker and Matt O'Brien | Jul 3, 2021

A ransomware attack paralyzed the networks of at least 200 U.S. companies on Friday, according to a cybersecurity researcher whose company was responding to the incident.

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