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California OKs reopening of ball parks, Disneyland

California has cleared a path for fans to hit the stands at opening-day baseball games and return to Disneyland nearly a year after coronavirus restrictions shuttered major entertainment spots

Boeing CEO waived pay but got compensation worth $21 million

The CEO of Boeing gave up his salary for most of last year, but he still got stock benefits that push the value of his compensation to more than $21 million

Airline IT provider hacked, frequent flyer data breached

A company that manages ticket-processing and frequent flier data for major global airlines has exposed the personal data of an unspecified number of travelers

Credit card borrowing falls to lowest in level in 4 years

Borrowing by Americans fell in January for the first time in five months, as the use of credit cards fell to the lowest level in four years, offsetting gains in auto loans and student loans

How major US stock indexes fared Friday

A late rebound in technology companies pulled the stock market out of a slump and helped give the S&P 500 its first weekly gain in three weeks

WHO head wants virus vaccine patents waived to boost supply

The head of the World Health Organization is calling for patent rights to be waived until the end of the coronavirus pandemic so that vaccine supplies can be dramatically increased

Dems draw on civil rights history to push Amazon union vote

Some Democratic members of Congress and national union leaders have gathered, seeking to build support for unionizing a massive Amazon facility outside Birmingham, Alabama

AP Interview: Lawyer says Kelly innocent of Ghosn pay scheme

The chief lawyer for Greg Kelly, an American on trial in Japan on charges of under-reporting the compensation of Nissan's former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, says his client was just trying to prevent his boss from going to a rival automaker

Exam finds multiple cracks in part of United jet's engine

Federal safety officials are updating their investigation into the engine failure on a United Airlines plane that sent parts of the engine housing raining down on Denver-area neighborhoods last month

Nonprofits stepping up to bolster COVID vaccination efforts

The messy and confusing distribution of vaccines has prompted a broad array of nonprofits and volunteers nationwide to step in to fill the gaps

AP-NORC poll: Americans largely back Biden's virus response

Joe Biden is enjoying an early presidential honeymoon, with 60% of Americans approving of his job performance and even more backing his handling of the coronavirus pandemic

Alaska Native group, Neiman Marcus settle lawsuit over coat

An Alaska Native cultural organization and the luxury department store Neiman Marcus have settled a lawsuit over the sale of a coat with a copyrighted, geometric design borrowed from Indigenous culture
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