The Boeing 777X won't be delivered to airlines until late 2023. Take a look at the enormous new flagship Boeing hopes will be its redemption.

The Boeing plane is the largest twin-engine jet to ever take to the skies and will carry more passengers than its predecessor while using less fuel.
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The Boeing 777X won't be delivered to airlines until late 2023. Take a look at the enormous new flagship Boeing hopes will be its redemption.

The Boeing 777X won't be delivered to airlines until late 2023. Take a look at the enormous new flagship Boeing hopes will be its redemption.

The Boeing plane is the largest twin-engine jet to ever take to the skies and will carry more passengers than its predecessor while using less fuel.

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Trump administration staffers are getting snubbed while hunting for jobs. One recruiter tried to place 6 of them and couldn't land any interviews.
The Boeing 737 Max has flown over 2,700 flights since its November ungrounding as the EU gives the green light

The Boeing 737 Max has flown over 2,700 flights since its November ungrounding as the EU gives the green light

A fear of flying on the Boeing 737 Max was once a major issue for airlines but the jet has been racking up impressive hours and orders since November.

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One of Apple's key execs might be moving to work on the tech giant's electric vehicle project. Here are the 3 auto companies that are most likely to build the car, experts say.
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One of Apple's key execs might be moving to work on the tech giant's electric vehicle project. Here are the 3 auto companies that are most likely to build the car, experts say.

Apple wants to have a car ready by 2024, Reuters reported, but probably won't build the vehicle itself. Instead, it might lean on a major automaker.

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Google is the latest corporate giant to halt donations to Republican lawmakers who voted against Biden's certification as president, joining Amazon and Walmart

Google is the latest corporate giant to halt donations to Republican lawmakers who voted against Biden's certification as president, joining Amazon and Walmart

Google, Walmart, Amazon, Dow, and AT&T are among the companies who won't donate to the 147 lawmakers who voted against Joe Biden's certification.

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Black Comedy Central employees felt tokenized and used as a 'taste tester for racism' by the network, while it showcased diversity on TV
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Black Comedy Central employees felt tokenized and used as a 'taste tester for racism' by the network, while it showcased diversity on TV

Current and former employees accused Comedy Central of allowing discriminatory behavior and microaggressions while promoting its diversity onscreen.

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What coronavirus stress is doing to your brain and body

What coronavirus stress is doing to your brain and body

Coronavirus stress can cause major short- and long-term issues for your physical and mental health. Here's what it's doing to your brain and body.

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11 of the top minds in marketing reveal their biggest predictions for how the advertising landscape will change in 2021
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11 of the top minds in marketing reveal their biggest predictions for how the advertising landscape will change in 2021

Big-budget ad productions are over, e-commerce has become a mainstay, and purpose-driven marketing is more important than ever.

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Leaked FAA document reveals SpaceX's plans to drill for natural gas, build power plants at its Starship rocket site in Texas
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Leaked FAA document reveals SpaceX's plans to drill for natural gas, build power plants at its Starship rocket site in Texas

SpaceX's forthcoming Mars rocket could face an additional year or two of delay in reaching a launch pad, depending on its environmental impacts.

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SCOOP: Sen. Dianne Feinstein fails to disclose husband's stock purchase, says she's willing to pay a fine
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SCOOP: Sen. Dianne Feinstein fails to disclose husband's stock purchase, says she's willing to pay a fine

Feinstein — California's senior US senator — says she was unaware of her husband's investment into youth-centric polling firm The Generation Lab.

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