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How Apple Card stacks up against other no-annual-fee credit cards

Today 20:00 GMT

Promising lenient payment terms, low interest rates, and no fees, the new Apple Card seeks to be a revolutionary credit card for the rest of us.

The Citi Double Cash's archrival is the Fidelity Rewards card, another no-annual-fee card that offers 2 percent cash back on everything. You don't have to pay your balance in full to get the 2 percent, but you do have to deposit or invest your rewards in a Fidelity brokerage or cash management account.

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Boeing 737 Max: In simulation, pilots had 40 seconds to fix error that could doom plane, report says

Today 20:00 GMT

In flight simulations designed to recreate the problems from a doomed Boeing 737 Max airliner, pilots found that they had less than 40 seconds to override a controversial automated system and prevent a crash, according to The New York Times.

Boeing has promised to update the software and provide additional training for pilots.. “Soon we’ll release a software update and related pilot training for the 737 MAX that will address concerns discovered in the aftermath of the Lion Air Flight 610 accident,” said Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg in a letter to airlines, passengers, and the aviation community. “We’ve been working in full cooperation with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, the Department of Transportation and the National Transportation Safety Board on all issues relating to both the Lion Air and the Ethiopian Airlines accidents since the Lion Air accident occurred in October last year.”

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Kim Jong Un fancies caviar, foie gras, lobster, had staff taste food for safety at Vietnam summit, chef says

Today 20:00 GMT

Kim Jong Un loves luxury cuisine but would have his North Korean staff taste dishes as a safety precaution during the Vietnam summit with President Trump, the executive chef at Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel in Hanoi said.

Chef Paul Smart opened up about serving the North Korean despot and President Trump during the leaders' second summit in Vietnam, telling state-run China News Weekly on Sunday that both leaders brought their own kitchen staff to Hanoi, South China Morning Post reported.

Source: BBC

Warning over airline safety spending

Today 20:00 GMT

The head of the UK's Flight Safety Committee says that airlines and plane manufacturers are keeping safety training to an "absolute minimum" under pressure to keep their costs low. Dai Whittingham, head of the trade group, said the industry has "less desire to provide training".

The UK Flight Safety Committee consists of representatives from the world of aviation including major airlines, manufacturers and safety regulators.

Source: Reuters

Trump push for China trade reform draws wide support at home, abroad

Today 02:23 GMT

There’s one effort which has drawn broad support from those who oppose him on almost everything else - his push to force Beijing to change what are widely viewed as China’s market-distorting trade and subsidy practices.

Trump’s trade war “has let the genie out of the bottle” by lifting expectations that the trade war will force China to reform policies that businesses and foreign governments regard as unfair, said Steven Gardon, vice president of indirect taxes and customs at Lear Corp. Gardon’s firm is an automotive seating and electrical supplier with plants in 39 countries, including the United States and China. “Now that all these issues have been raised, there’s a lot more domestic political support to address these issues, and I don’t think you can pull back from that,” Gardon said at a Georgetown Law School forum this month.

Source: Global News

Trudeau says Canada will send high-level delegation to China over canola dispute

Today 20:00 GMT

China has stopped all canola imports from Canada, industry group says. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke on the canola dispute just after the ban was announced, saying Canada is considering sending delegation to China to sort things out.

China expanded its ban on Canadian canola imports on Tuesday to include shipments from Regina-based Viterra Inc, the latest development in a wider trade dispute between the two countries.

Source: Reuters

Boeing invites pilots, regulators to briefing as it looks to return...

Monday 23:39 GMT

Boeing Co said it invited more than 200 airline pilots, technical leaders and regulators for an information session on Wednesday as it looks to return the 737 MAX to commercial service.

Over the weekend, Ethiopian Airlines executives had questioned whether Boeing had told pilots enough about “aggressive” software that pushes the plane’s nose down, a focus of investigation into a deadly crash in Ethiopia this month that led to the global grounding of 737 MAX jets.

Source: Common Domain

Designing For The Big Jet Set

Today 02:23 GMT

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In most cases, customers order these big jets with unconfigured interiors and send them to completion centers for cabin finishing. Often customers want their airplane to reflect the vision of designers who worked on their mansions or superyachts, but only a select few of those professionals have the expertise to meld a client’s artistic vision to an aircraft’s technical limitations.

Source: DW

Victory for Hannover fans as Martin Kind steps down

Today 16:21 GMT

After the resignation of club president Martin Kind, supporters of Bundesliga side Hannover 96 have elected a new supervisory board.

Supporters of Hannover 96 celebrated a significant victory at the club's annual general meeting on Saturday when all five opposition candidates were voted to the club's supervisory board, ushering in a new era at the struggling Bundesliga club. The supervisory board will now appoint a successor to Martin Kind, the controversial club president who had previously announced his intention not to stand for relection after 20 years at the helm.

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Universal basic income programs and their dirty little secrets

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German billionaire family that owns U.S. brands Krispy Kreme, Dr. Pepper and Calgon had ‘disgusting’ Nazi past

Monday 20:55 GMT
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The Morning Download: How Digital Retrofits Can Raise Safety Concerns

Monday 20:55 GMT
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'Empire' star Serayah McNeill wishes Jussie Smollett 'best of luck' amid alleged hate crime hoax

Sunday 16:19 GMT
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Is this the ultimate off-road campervan?

Sunday 12:39 GMT
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'Wonder, awe, excitement': Apollo 16 astronaut describes walking on the Moon

Sunday 16:19 GMT
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Justin Bieber blamed for increasing tourism to Iceland canyon, forcing its closure

Monday 20:55 GMT
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Victory for Hannover fans as Martin Kind steps down

Today 16:21 GMT
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Designing For The Big Jet Set

Today 02:23 GMT
Source: Reuters

Boeing invites pilots, regulators to briefing as it looks to return...

Monday 23:39 GMT
Source: Global News

Trudeau says Canada will send high-level delegation to China over canola dispute

Today 20:00 GMT
Source: Reuters

Trump push for China trade reform draws wide support at home, abroad

Today 02:23 GMT
Source: BBC

Warning over airline safety spending

Today 20:00 GMT
Source: Fox News

Kim Jong Un fancies caviar, foie gras, lobster, had staff taste food for safety at Vietnam summit, chef says

Today 20:00 GMT

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