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The TSA is giving unpaid security screeners a $500 bonus during the government shutdown
(January 13 02:33) Businessinsider.sg
TSA administrator David Pekoske announced that the $500 payment for unpaid security screeners will arrive in days.
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‘I’m sincerely sorry’: IMU student publicly apologises for his ‘sexist’ Facebook rant on actress Emily Kong’s death
Hesaid: "I never meant for the comments to be derogatory to women. Women have contributed a lot to society."
New report claims Trump received around $2 billion in loans from Deutsche Bank
A New York Times report does a deep dive into the ties between Deutsche Bank and Donald Trump, during his years in real estate.
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Scoot now lets you pay for flight tickets using PayNow
Scoot is the first airline in Singapore to allow payment via PayNow.
(March 18 15:33) Businessinsider.sg
Payment processing company Worldpay is getting bought by US firm FIS in $43 billion deal
Worldpay surged more than 10% in premarket trading. Worldpay, once part of RBS, allows secure card payments online, card processing machines or by phone.
(March 18 17:32) Businessinsider.sg
‘I don’t trust some computer to drive me around’: Trump says he’d never get in a ‘crazy’ driverless car
Donald Trump sometimes enacts scenes in which driverless cars career out of control, according to Axios.
(March 18 17:11) Businessinsider.sg
There’s even more evidence that drinking lots of soda and sugar-filled coffee could lead to an early death
We've known for a while that soda and fruity drinks aren't the healthiest options, but startling new evidence suggests they're doing serious damage.
(March 18 17:00) Businessinsider.sg
Ford paid its CEO a $17.7 million salary despite profits slumping by half in 2018
Ford CEO Jim Hackett's salary rose by over a million dollars last year despite the automaker's poor results and job cuts in Europe.
(March 18 17:30) Businessinsider.sg
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