UK adds nine more COVID symptoms to official list as its struggles with record case load

The official list of symptoms of COVID-19 has been expanded in the UK, where cases are currently running at the highest level since the start of the pandemic. The National Health Service added nine new symptoms to the list of just three, including sore throat, fatigue and headache, as the Guardian reported. About1 in 13 … Read more

Airlines cancel hundreds of weekend flights as storms sweep through Florida

A Southwest Airlines jet sits at a gate at Orlando International Airport in Orlando, Florida, US, October 11, 2021. Joe Skipper | Reuters Airlines canceled hundreds of weekend flights and thousands more were delayed as thunderstorms in Florida slowed traffic in one of the country’s top travel destinations during spring break. More than 5,900 US … Read more

Alaska Airlines cancels more than 120 flights as pilots picket

Alaska Airlines cancels dozens of flights as pilots prepare to picket Dozens of flights were canceled Friday as Alaska Airlines pilots picked over contract negotiations with the airline. SEATAC, Wash. – Dozens of Alaska Airlines flights at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport were canceled Friday morning and officials said they are connected to the shortage of pilots. … Read more

Delta’s health chief thinks the plane mask mandate will soon be lifted

Passengers wearing protective masks wait to board a Delta Air Lines Inc. flight at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, US, on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Elijah Newage | Bloomberg | Getty Images Delta Air Lines Chief Health Officer Henry Ting said that he believes that the federal mask mandate for airports and airplanes … Read more

Autos union chief responds to Elon Musk ‘inviting’ UAW to organize Tesla workers

Founder and CEO of Tesla Motors Elon Musk speaks during a media tour of the Tesla Gigafactory, which will produce batteries for the electric carmaker, in Sparks, Nevada. James Glover II | Reuters If Tesla CEO Elon Musk is serious about welcoming organizing efforts of the company’s US workforce, the automaker should rehire a fired … Read more

Tesla Gets a Big Win That May Cost Legacy Carmakers Millions

You’re here (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report dominates the electric vehicle market, and its lead is likely to grow. That’s because the manufacturer of the Model 3 sedan and the Model Y SUV is one of the few automakers able to meet demand in the face of supply-chain disruptions and rising prices for raw … Read more

FedEx names Raj Subramaniam as CEO, replacing founder Fred Smith

FedEx Express President and CEO Raj Subramaniam during the final round of the World Golf Championships – FedEx St. Jude Invitational on July 28, 2019 in Memphis, Tennessee. Michael Wade | Icon Sportswire | Getty Images FedEx Corp. said Monday that Fred Smith will step down on June 1 as CEO of the package-delivery company … Read more

Spacecraft manufacturer Terran Orbital LLAP begins trading on the NYSE

Spacecraft manufacturer Terran Orbital began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday after closing its SPAC merger, going public with over $200 million in outstanding orders. Terran trades under the ticker LLAP — a reference to the Star Trek saying “live long and prosper” – with shares previously listed under the special purpose … Read more

Uber wins 30-month London license

Peter Summers | Getty Images LONDON — Uber has secured a 30-month license to continue operating in London, ending a protracted battle with city regulators over whether the ride-hailing app was “fit and proper.” “Uber has been granted a London private hire vehicle operator’s license for a period of two and a half years,” a … Read more

Why gas prices have soared in America

For years politicians have said the booming American oil industry would make the country “energy independent.” Indeed, the United States is the world’s largest producer of oil. That puts it two spots ahead of Russia, which shocked the world — and oil markets — by invading Ukraine. Saudi Arabia is the second-largest producer The move … Read more