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The combination, effective July 1, will create a combined firm with more than 400 attorneys across seven offices: Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis, Washington, D.C., and Southern...
The new routes grow the airline's presence in Latin America and strengthens its services in the Northeast and Southern California.
The five were charged with wire fraud in connection with false statements they allegedly made to obtain Economic Injury Disaster Loan program funds. If convicted, they face 20-year jail sentences.
JetBlue resumes flights from San Jose — including to NYC — after cancelling service due to Covid-19
June 11, 2021
About two weeks after flights to Boston get underway, JetBlue will start flying again to New York City.
Amazon adds three more New York City locations using the technology, with plans to add three more soon.
United said it's now the only U.S. carrier offering nonstop service from the United States to Johannesburg.
U.S. mortgage rates seesaw back down
June 01, 2021
The mall currently has an occupancy level of 60% and Colliers officials said they expect it to rise to 90% by next year.
Peloton to build $400 million factory in Ohio
May 24, 2021
Coty's luxury brands division includes brands such as Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Gucci and Marc Jacobs.
Eric Malley, 50, of New Canaan, Connecticut, pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud and faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in jail.
JetBlue said its JFK to London Gatwick Airport flights will start on September 29, and its London service from Boston will start in summer 2022.
The bank's consumer lending chief, Marianne Lake, and CFO Jennifer Piepszak are seen as future contenders to take the reins from Jaime Dimon as CEO.
Turkish Airlines to begin flying out of Newark
May 12, 2021
It's the first installation of the palm-reading technology located outside of the Seattle area by Amazon.
The Allegria Hotel in Long Beach is sold
May 06, 2021
The 156-room beachfront hotel in Long Beach was sold by Manhattan investment firm Stabilis Capital Management to Linchris Capital Partners.
The A321 long-range aircraft will enable JetBlue to launch its first transatlantic service between the U.S, and London this summer.
He allegedly used the funds on personal expenses, including stays at luxury hotels, air travel, restaurants and clothing.
"Thoroughly check offers, and if they sound too good to be true, keep your money in the bank," says the government.