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We’re in the heat of the summer blockbuster season, when Walt Disney Co is taking over theatres with releases like Toy Story 4 and live-action versions of Aladdin and The Lion King. There’s another aspect of the season Disney is effectively capturing: summer vacations – and reams of data on the things you do inside its amusement parks.
If you use ride-hailing apps, you’ve seen it happen. You hop on the Uber or Lyft app one moment to check out the price of a trip, then you look back a few minutes later to discover that surge pricing is in full effect – doubling or tripling the amount a ride would normally cost.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration plans to redirect Transportation Security Administration staff to the U.S. southern border to assist with immigration duties and migrant flows, the TSA said on Wednesday.
Say goodbye to standing in long lines clutching boarding passes and other travel documents.
Tesla couldn’t solve a Model 3 owners’ Bluetooth problem after seven months. So it blamed Samsung phones.
Jeff and Jennifer Salvage were the kind of customers whom companies dream about: early adopters who bragged about buying a new product.
EL PASO, Texas (Reuters) - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will send about 100 agents to the Mexico border to speed up crossing times, a U.S. congresswoman said on Thursday, as businesses grapple with trade delays after officers were redeployed to immigration duties.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday threatened to impose tariffs on car imports from Mexico unless it does more to stop illegal migrants and drug trafficking, his latest warning to America's southern neighbour to tighten border security.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump took a step back on Tuesday from a threat to close the U.S. southern border to fight illegal immigration, amid pressure from companies worried that such a shutdown would cause chaos to supply chains.
Ride-hailer to launch IPO Friday, overcoming much-larger rival’s attempts to starve it of capital
(Reuters) - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will pull around 750 officers off ports of entry and redeploy them to process record numbers of migrant families entering the United States at the Mexico border, the head of the agency said on Wednesday.