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  • Gogo to test faster in-flight Wi-Fi

    Gogo to test faster in-flight Wi-Fi
    In-flight Internet provider Gogo Inc. said Tuesday that it has reached agreements with several airlines that will allow it to test new satellite services that should greatly speed up download capacity.   The satellite services, both of which rely on low-...
  • New York: How to get there and where to stay, eat and play

    THE BEST WAY TO NEW YORK From LAX, Delta, United, American, Virgin America and JetBlue offer nonstop service to New York; US Airways offers direct service (stop, no change of planes); and US Airways, American, Delta, United and Virgin America offer...
  • Talenthouse Lands $10 Million Series C Investment

    Artist networking platform Talenthouse has inked a $10 million Series C investment deal led by German media giant ProSiebenSat.1 via Starwatch, ProSiebenSat.1's music and live entertainment arm. The deal was announced Thursday morning in Frankfurt...
  • Clippers sponsors slow to return despite NBA ban of Donald Sterling

    Clippers sponsors slow to return despite NBA ban of Donald Sterling
    The NBA has banned L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life, but that's not good enough for many advertisers and sponsors. Nearly 20 brands suspended or terminated their sponsorships of the Clippers after the release of a recording in which...
  • Luggage cart that killed LAX worker had no seat belt, officials say

    Luggage cart that killed LAX worker had no seat belt, officials say
    The Los Angeles International Airport worker who was killed by a luggage cart in February was not wearing his seat belt at the time, and investigators who later inspected the cart found the lap belts had been removed, officials told the Times. Menzies...
  • Value of frequent-flier miles currency up in the air

    Value of frequent-flier miles currency up in the air
    When the central bank announced the big change, those of us who had squirreled away what we had earned over the years naturally were concerned about the effect on our savings plans. Maybe we view our account as an emergency fund. Or it figures in our...
  • United's on-time ratings fall short of 80% goal in March

    United's on-time ratings fall short of 80% goal in March
    On-time rates in March for airlines dominant in the Chicago region recovered from weather-induced tardiness of January and February, but they were still not stellar. For example, Chicago-based United Airlines was on time nationwide 79.4 percent of the...
  • Sponsors abandon Clippers, setting stage for NBA action

    Sponsors abandon Clippers, setting stage for NBA action
    A stream of sponsors cut ties with the Los Angeles Clippers, and Mayor Eric Garcetti called for the harshest possible punishment Monday as NBA Commissioner Adam Silver prepared to announce the results of his investigation into remarks about blacks...
  • Clippers advertisers flee in midst of Sterling scandal

    Major advertisers of the Los Angeles Clippers are fleeing in droves as they rush to distance themselves from comments about blacks attributed to team owner Donald Sterling. A growing list of more than a dozen sponsors, including Virgin America, Kia...
  • Virgin Galactic signs agreement with FAA, steps closer to spaceflight

    Virgin Galactic signs agreement with FAA, steps closer to spaceflight
    Virgin Galactic, British billionaire Richard Branson’s commercial space venture, announced an agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration that helps clear the path to send paying customers on a suborbital flight from a spaceport in New...
  • Hopkins APL magnetic field research picked for Virgin Galactic flight

    Hopkins APL magnetic field research picked for Virgin Galactic flight
    When a Virgin Galactic plane designed for space tourism eventually launches, a Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory experiment studying magnetic activity will be on board. The lab's Electronic Field Measurements instrument will be among a dozen...