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>>Sunday Breaks TSA Travel Record

(Washington, DC) -- The TSA says Sunday broke the single-day travel record. More than two-point-nine-million people passed through security at U.S. airports as people traveled home from Thanksgiving. Airlines also reported record numbers over the holiday. American Airlines said it saw almost six-point-five million customers over Thanksgiving while United Airlines had three-point-two million passengers between November 17th and November 23rd. The records were shattered despite a storm system that caused hundreds of flights to be delayed.


>>Intuit Adds AI Features to TurboTax

(Mountain View, CA) -- Intuit is adding generative AI-powered tax prep features to TurboTax. The Mountain View, California-based company will unveil the new AI-enhanced version of its popular tax preparation software on November 30. Human assistance in English and Spanish remains available for TurboTax Live customers.


>>Biden Announces Supply Chain Council

(Washington, DC) -- President Biden is rolling out plans to improve America's logistics with a new Supply Chain Council. The White House announced today that he is establishing what will formally be called the White House Council on Supply Chain Resilience. The new group will be co-chaired by National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and national economic adviser Lael Brainard with the first-ever meeting today.


>>Cyber Monday Is Here

(San Diego, CA) -- It's Cyber Monday and time to look for those hidden sales. Amazon has some, like a 32-inch high definition TV for 80 bucks. There's also vacuum cleaners, pillows, airpods, mattresses, furniture and plenty of other electronics at huge discounts. Analysts say beware of scams though and do your research. If you want to purchase something and don't know much about the company, Google the name and type scam or research after it or contact your local Better Business Bureau.


>>Black Friday Sales Rise In The U.S.

(New York, NY) -- Sales were up in the U.S. on Black Friday. Mastercard Spendingpulse said on Saturday that retail sales rose two-point-five percent year-over-year, not adjusting for inflation. Mastercard Spendingpulse measures in-store and online sales across all forms of payment, and said it expects retail sales to grow three-point-seven percent during the holiday season.


>>"Hunger Games" Prequel Tops Box Office Second Straight Week

(Hollywood, CA) -- The Hunger Games prequel "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" topped the box office for the second-straight week with 42-million-dollars. The Ridley Scott historical drama "Napoleon" finished second with 32-point-five-million-dollars. The animated film "Wish" settled for third place with an estimated 31-point-seven-million-dollars during the five-day weekend, around 15-to-20-million-dollars below projections.

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