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Rolling Stone magazine gets new owner after 50 years

But even as Rolling Stone's reviews remain among the most closely watched in the music industry, the publication has struggled in an era when independent magazines find it hard to stay afloat. The Post reported on December 5 that Penske was the leader in an auction for the storied title. Wenner recently sold off Us Weekly and Men's Journal to American Media to pare a huge debt load from his purchase of the remaining 50 percent stake in Us from Disney in 2006.


Boeing notches win over Bombardier as United States confirms 300% tariff

Boeing notches win over Bombardier as United States confirms 300% tariff

Department of Commerce announced final determinations Wednesday concluding the company is underpricing its aircraft and is illegally subsidized by the Canadian government. "Boeing is using its meritless complaint as cover to close the United States market, which is one of the biggest in the world, to new entrants such as Bombardier's C Series aircraft", Turner said.


Congress Introduces Legislation to Replace Net Neutrality Rules

Congress Introduces Legislation to Replace Net Neutrality Rules

But the FCC ignored that, said Shapiro , which is why he will sue to reinstate net neutrality. In 2015, the FCC adopted the Open Internet Order which reclassified broadband as a telecommunication service and prohibited internet service providers from setting up internet fast and slow lanes, ensuring all online traffic is treated the same.


AT&T employees receiving $1000 bonuses after tax vote

AT&T employees receiving $1000 bonuses after tax vote

Trump for his signature. At least three major companies are building goodwill in the wake of President Donald Trump's tax cuts by finding ways to pass along some of their likely savings to employees. "Congress, working closely with the President, took a monumental step to bring taxes paid by USA businesses in line with the rest of the industrialized world", AT&T chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson said in a statement.


Customer charged $350 after leaving negative review for hotel, lawsuit alleges

Customer charged $350 after leaving negative review for hotel, lawsuit alleges

The air conditioner and shower in the room didn't work right, either, Arthur told WRTV . "It was a nightmare", the Solsberry, Indiana, woman told WRTV-TV. An Indiana woman who stayed at the Abbey Inn in Nashville, Indiana, was reportedly charged $350 and threatened with legal action for writing a negative review.


BlackBerry Shares Jump on Better-than-Expected Earnings

BlackBerry Shares Jump on Better-than-Expected Earnings

According to CEO John Chen , BlackBerry secured 36 deals with US federal government agencies in the quarter, seven of which were each worth more than $1 million. The Waterloo, Ont. -based technology company, which reports in US dollars, says the net loss included $149 million in expenses after BlackBerry lost an arbitration of a dispute with Nokia.