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UPDATE 1-U.S. Justice Department steps up probe of American-JetBlue partnership - WSJ
April 14 (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has stepped up an antitrust probe of American Airlines' partnership with JetBlue Airways on concerns the deal can lead to inflated fares at key traffic hubs, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
Boeing says clients still have enough funds to buy aircraft
(Reuters) - Boeing said on Wednesday its clients continue to have enough funds to finance aircraft purchases, as the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations spurs a recovery in air travel after the pandemic pushed the sector to the brink of collapse last year.
Bunge's bid to extend Brazil grains port deal blocked by injunction
SAO PAULO, April 14 (Reuters) - A bid by agricultural commodities trader Bunge to extend its dominant role at a strategic Brazilian port's public terminal for two years has been blocked by a temporary court decision, according to documents seen by Reuters.
More than 100 companies sign letter opposing U.S. state voting restrictions
April 14 (Reuters) - Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc , Ford Motor Co and Starbucks Corp are among the more than 100 companies that have come together to oppose U.S. state voting curbs that activist groups say unfairly target Black and other racial minorities.
Lockdown snacking: Lots to munch on when PepsiCo reports results
(Reuters) - Will people break their lockdown snacking habit once the pandemic eases?
UPDATE 1-Cuba loosens ban on cattle slaughter, sales of beef, dairy
HAVANA, April 14 (Reuters) - Cuba announced that it was loosening a decades-old ban on the slaughter of cattle and sale of beef and dairy as part of agricultural reforms as the Communist-run country battles with food shortages.
UPDATE 2-SAP, LVMH earnings nudge European stocks higher; German shares lag
April 14 (Reuters) - European stocks rose on Wednesday on upbeat earnings from software firm SAP and French luxury goods maker LVMH, while German shares lagged after sources said the country's economic institutes cut 2021 GDP forecast.
UPDATE 2-Ireland launches inquiry into Facebook after reports of data leak
DUBLIN, April 14 (Reuters) - Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) said on Wednesday it had launched an inquiry into Facebook Inc, after a dataset reported to contain personal data relating to some 533 million Facebook users worldwide was made public.
Hollywood Stars, Entertainment Companies Sign Open Letter Condemning Georgia Voting Restrictions
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Fortune 500 companies, A-list movie stars, filmmakers and corporate heavyweights came out swinging on April 14, condemning Georgia's new voting restrictions in an open letter that was printed in The Washington Post and the New York Times.
Humble fattoush salad shows cost of Lebanon's crisis at Ramadan
BEIRUT (Reuters) - After a year of economic meltdown in Lebanon, Hala Sheikh is sticking to a modest menu as she prepares the evening meal for her family to break their daily Ramadan fast.
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