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Pava LaPere · Baltimore
Convicted felon suspected of killing Baltimore tech CEO has been arrested, police say
A convicted felon suspected of killing tech executive Pava LaPere in Baltimore this week has been arrested, Baltimore police said early Thursday. Jason Dean Billingsley was wanted on first-degree murder and other charges in connection with the death of LaPere, the 26-year-old CEO of Baltimore-based startup EcoMap Technologies, according to police.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 56 sources
Business · United States
Delta is returning to the gate to tweak unpopular changes in its frequent-flyer program
Delta Air Lines is rethinking changes it already announced to its loyalty program, with the airline's CEO saying it went too far trying to address a surge in the ranks of elite frequent flyers. See the Story
65% Center coverage: 20 sources
Business · United States
United Airlines will make changes for people with wheelchairs after a government investigation
United Airlines has agreed to improve air travel for passengers in wheelchairs after the federal government investigated a complaint by a disability-rights advocate.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 19 sources
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Minneapolis, Minnesota · Minneapolis
Minnesota banks more than doubled use of 'hot' deposits post pandemic
Minnesota's 10 largest locally based banks over the past year have on average more than doubled their use of "brokered" deposits, a type of deposit that regulators and experts say can carry more risk than ordinary deposits. The reason is simple, says one banker: "Cash is king"See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources