New York Times
Airbnb Ends Fight With New York City Over Fines
New York Times
Airbnb supporters at a rally outside City Hall in New York last year. Credit Bebeto Matthews/Associated Press. Airbnb has capitulated to the demands of lawmakers over its operations in New York City, the company's largest market in the United States, ...
Airbnb Won't Pursue Legal Case Against New York City Over Rental Law
Airbnb agrees to abide by NYC's short-term rental fines
Airbnb, New York City settle rental law lawsuit
US Nonfarm Payrolls Rose 178000 in November; Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.6%
Wall Street Journal
U.S. employers hired at a steady clip in November while the jobless rate fell to its lowest level in nine years, a broadly upbeat performance that could mask underlying soft spots in the labor market. The U.S. has added more than 15 million jobs since ...
US economy added 178000 jobs in November; unemployment rate dropped to 4.6 percent
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Trump's dilemma: slower job growth or rising rates and inflation?
'Huge drop' in unemployment is giving a clear signal about interest rates
Brandon Malone assembles a Ford truck at the Louisville Ford truck plant in Louisville, Kentucky, September 30, 2016. November's stunning dip to a 4.6 percent unemployment rate, and the fact the economy is still adding jobs at a healthy clip, should ...
November jobs report fast facts: Here's what it means to you
Jobs Friday: It's All About the Pace
Stimulus Can't Come a Moment Too Soon
DOT approves contested Norwegian Air flights
WASHINGTON – The Transportation Department agreed Friday to allow Norwegian Air International to fly to the U.S., in a decision that domestic airlines, their unions and some lawmakers opposed as unfair competition. The low-cost carrier, a subsidiary of ...
Norwegian Air International gets final approval for flights to US, despite opposition
SWAPA Condemns DOT Approval of Norwegian Foreign Air Carrier Permit
US greenlights Norwegian Air flights in blow to US industry
United pays $2.4M settlement over special flights for Christie ally
The cost of providing a special flight for a politically influential former official of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey just got millions of dollars more expensive for the parent company of United Airlines. United Continental Holdings ...
United settles with SEC over 'chairman's flight'
United to pay $2.4M to settle with SEC over NJ to SC flight
United Airlines settles with SEC for millions over 'chairman's flight'