Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, January 23, 2014
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Right now, the place to buy stock in Fiat-Chrysler is in Milan, Italy. But Bloomberg is reporting that Fiat's boss is about to ask his board to move its primary stock business to the New York Stock Exchange. American Airlines and US Airways are taking another step towards merging into a single airline. Each will sell tickets on certain flights operated by the other carrier starting today. It's a practice called codesharing, which makes your partner's flights look like your own. And, over the last few days, people in Michoacan, in southwestern Mexico, took matters into their own hands and pushed out members of a powerful drug cartel from their community.
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Carl Icahn wants eBay to spin off PayPal, separating the online auction site from the digital payment service. And, researchers say that African-Americans who rent out comparable apartments in similar neighborhoods charge less for their listings than white hosts do.
Posted In: San Francisco, Google
San Francisco protesters are targeting a Google engineer in the latest clash between city residents and tech workers.
Posted In: Fiat, new york stock exchange
The company could be moving to the New York Stock Exchange.
Posted In: Airlines, American Airlines, mergers
The carriers are taking their merger step by step, including the move for each to sell tickets on some flights operated by the other airline.
Posted In: airbnb, sharing economy
Researchers say that African-Americans who rent out comparable apartments in similar neighborhoods charge less for their listings than white hosts do.
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