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>>President Biden Celebrates Labor Day in Pennsylvania

(Harrisburg, PA) -- President Biden returned to Pennsylvania on Labor Day to tout the importance of unions. He spoke to a crowd of diverse union members in Philadelphia Monday about the economy and how it continues to recover after the COVID pandemic. He focused on the impact his administration's policies have had on workers, especially his infrastructure package. The president also talked more about his new proposal that would make nearly four-million more U.S. workers eligible for overtime pay.

 

>>UAW Stands Ready For Strike

(Detroit, MI) -- United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain says the union stands ready to strike unless the Big Three Detroit automakers meet demands in ongoing contract negotiations. The union is looking for better terms with Ford, GM and Stellantis. The current contract expires at 11:59 p.m. September 14th.

 

>>Musk Blames ADL For Lost 'X' Revenue, Vows He's Against Anti-Semitism

(Undated) -- Elon Musk is blaming the Anti-Defamation League for lost advertising revenue on X, formerly known as Twitter. In a post Monday, he alleged that the ADL has been trying to "kill this platform by falsely accusing it and me of being anti-Semitic." The tech mogul noted he's "pro free speech," but "against anti-Semitism of any kind." Musk also indicated he was considering legal action against the ADL, which noted Monday that it wouldn't comment on legal threats.

 

>>Delta Tops 2023 List Of 10 Best Domestic Airlines

(San Francisco, CA) -- Delta Air Lines tops a new list of best domestic carriers. The Atlanta-based airline ranked number one for on-time arrivals, service and comfort according to Bounce's 2023 Airline Index. Southwest Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines placed second and third, with Alaska Airlines and United rounding out the top five. Other factors used in the annual airline comparison included in-flight entertainment, meals and seat comfort. American Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines and Allegiant Air also made Bounce's top ten list of domestic airlines for 2023.

 

>>Google Tech Conference Leaves San Francisco

(San Francisco, CA) -- Google is moving its annual cloud computing conference out of San Francisco next year. Since 2017, the in-person conference has been held at Moscone Center in San Francisco, but next year it will happen at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. The company did not cite a reason for the move but industry experts suggest the mass exodus of tech businesses from the city as well as rising crime are major factors.

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