November 6, 2023

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Ryanair’s soaring profit means regular payouts to shareholders for first time in 40 years

Ryanair will start paying regular dividends for the first time in its nearly 40-year history, as Europe’s largest airline reaps record profits off the back of booming demand for air travel and much higher ticket prices.  
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How Goldman Sachs is navigating a more turbulent world

Geopolitics are at the top of most investors’ minds right now as they worry about the US and China, war in Europe and war in the Middle East.  
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Bank deposit delays: Some customers still haven’t been paid

Some customers still haven’t received their direct deposit paychecks following a “human error” last week deep in the plumbing of America’s banking system.  
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He was laid off from Twitter under Elon Musk. See what he did next

Alphonzo “Phonz” Terrell was one of thousands of Twitter employees let go after Elon Musk took over the company. But after seeing the problems at Twitter up close, Terrell started a competing app.  
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Steering wheel rhinestones can become dangerous projectiles in a crash, government warns

While personalizing one’s vehicle is a long-cherished American tradition, the federal government is warning that one particular customization option can result in serious injuries in a crash. The little rhinestone bedazzled ring you’ve slapped over the manufacturer’s logo on the steering wheel has got to go.  
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Drugstore closures could make pharmacy deserts even worse

With pharmacies closing their doors, experts fear that more vulnerable Americans could be left without access to medications they need.  
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Source: CNN Business

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