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This airline is asking passengers to tip their flight attendants
For many, tipping workers such as waitstaff, hairdressers or taxi drivers is expected. But one airline is asking passengers to tip their individual flight attendants, too.
Here's an inside look at the high-tech simulation hub.
On one of United Airlines' busiest days of the year, here's an inside look at the high-tech simulation hub the company uses to train its pilots
Go to the mall or buy from your phone?
More shoppers this holiday season are going mobile.
Increase in deliveries bodes well for aerospace outlook despite supplier risks, says Moody's
But Moody's warns about continued risk of supply chain disruptions, whether involving engines for jets popular with airlines or other issues.
Don't let surprise medical bills drain your retirement
Consider a health savings account. Bulk up emergency savings. Check your insurance.
How Nectar uses experience-seeking and big data to boost mattress sales
Nectar uses experience-seeking to boost mattress sales, making $35 million in the process. Nectar has made tens of millions in less than a year, billing itself as "the most comfortable mattress."
This is the future of driving
A number of countries around the world are looking to move away from fuel-burning automobiles. India, France, Britain and Norway all want to abandon gas and diesel cars in favor of cleaner vehicles.
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Bowled over by poke? Get the best in Hawaii
Honolulu (CNN) — From Sweetfin Poke in Santa Monica to Sons of Thunder in New York, poke restaurants are all the rage across the continental United States.
World's cheapest Michelin-star meal is in Singapore
Singapore's Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle -- the humble hawker stall now home to the world's cheapest Michelin-star meal -- was the only place you could try Chan Hon Meng's iconic S$2 ($1.42) chicken rice dish.
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