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JetBlue Starts Reno Service

Updated: 05/29/2015 - JetBlue now services 89 markets, with Reno being the latest as of Thursday. The airline is offering daily non-stop service to and from New York City.

US Economy Shrank at 0.7% Rate in First Quarter

Updated: 05/29/2015 - The U.S. economy went into reverse in the first three months of this year as a severe winter and a widening trade deficit took a harsher toll than initially estimated.

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  • Health Insurer Humana Explores Sale
    Humana is exploring a possible sale of the company, a move that could trigger a round of mergers in an industry grappling with challenges and opportunities created by the federal health-care overhaul.
  • U.S. Auto Sales Speed Toward 17 Million
    Hot sales in May could put the U.S. auto industry well on its way to delivering 17 million new vehicles this year—a level unseen since 2001.
  • Hanergy Solar Bet Under Scrutiny
    When one of China’s richest men ventured into the solar business, he bet on the success of niche solar technology that few in the industry wanted. That gamble by Hanergy Chairman Li Hejun now is under unprecedented scrutiny.
  • Pentagon to Push Congress on F-35 Fighter Contract
    The Pentagon said Friday that it plans to push Congress to approve a deal for more than 400 F-35 fighter jets worth as much as $34 billion in what would be the largest-ever weapons’ contract.
  • Snapchat Raises Another $500 Million From Investors
    Snapchat disclosed it has raised more than $500 million in new funding from Alibaba and other investors, in a financing that values popular messaging service at $16 billion.
  • U.S. Recovery Stumbles Yet Again
    The U.S. economy shrank during the first quarter as another brutal winter highlighted the fragility of the nearly six-year-old expansion, a historically choppy stretch during which the nation has struggled to thrive in an uneven global environment.
  • In a Slow Economy, Negative Quarters Shouldn't Surprise
    Data this week could show the U.S. economy shrank earlier this year, but that doesn’t necessarily indicate a recession, writes Greg Ip.
  • Survey: U.S. Consumers Wary of Economy
    Consumers remain cautious about the current economy this month, according to new report on consumer sentiment. The report raises worries about consumer spending in the second quarter following weak demand in the first quarter.
  • Chip Makers Chase Deals Over Margin, Pricing Pressures
    Investors pressing for margin gains have triggered the new wave of consolidation in the semiconductor industry, figuring a savvy tie up can bring cost savings and fatter margins.
  • Fiat Reached Out to Rivals About Consolidation
    The auto maker’s chairman said it has made contact with multiple rivals to propose talks about industry consolidation.
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