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Competition propels global airlines into smaller cities

by Adrian Ma Nov 21, 2018
Seeking less competition, global airlines are opening stops in smaller cities. But can the new routes survive?
A scene from a WOW air promotional video commemorating the start of service to/from Cleveland Hopkins Airport this past May. Less than six months later, WOW air announced that it was pulling out of Cleveland. 
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Why big companies are buying up their own stocks

by Marielle Segarra Aug 7, 2018
Buybacks among S&P 500 companies are projected to hit $1 trillion this year.
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Artificial demand is driving the electric vehicle market in China

by Molly Wood and Jennifer Pak Jan 10, 2018
The cars are roughly the same price of regular autos, but not everyone can drive one.
A man walks past electric cars and tricycles on a sidewalk in Beijing in 2017.
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Bottlenecks in economy can mean companies turn away business

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 4, 2018
With growing labor shortages in some industries, companies may have to limit their growth.
In an increasingly tight labor market, Cup & Saucer Cafe in Portland, Oregon, is always looking to hire new wait staff. The manager of this location — one of three in the city — said skilled short-order cooks are in especially short supply these days.
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