businessinsider.comAmerican Airlines threatens to make people pay for a whole new flight if they want to change the timeCongress is negotiating a bill that could strip airlines of their power to levy extra fees, such as for flight changes. If it passes, American Airlines would almost certainly remove the option for customers to change their ticket if they bought a non-refundable fare, CEO Doug Parker said.
businessinsider.comAmazon just debuted a ton of new Alexa devices, but one thing was mysteriously absentAmazon refreshed the Echo Dot, Echo Plus, and Echo Show, and it introduced new ways to listen to music with Echo Sub. It did not, however, give any updates on one of the originally touted uses for Alexa: voice shopping.
businessinsider.comThe firestorm at HSBC's investment bank is escalating as the bank hits back against internal dissentDissent within the bank is centred around a memo, reportedly titled "Global Banking & Markets: Rewards for Persistent Failure" and sent on August 25. It is said to have attacked HSBC's leadership for what it says is a failure "to create a successful strategy."
businessinsider.comA barrage of new gadgets proves that Amazon is so relentless that it will even compete with its best friendsAmazon unleashed a veritable blitz of new Alexa hardware. The thing is, though, that it's all things that compete with the manufacturers who have helped Amazon Alexa get where it is.
businessinsider.comChina has banned hugely popular game streaming service TwitchTwitch, the hugely popular streaming service, has reportedly been banned in China. The Amazon-owned streaming service has been growing in popularity lately, assisted in part by the popularity of battle royale game "Fortnite."
businessinsider.comThe world's 3 biggest airlines have all raised their checked baggage feesAmerican Airlines has joined Delta Air Lines and United Airlines in raising the fee of one checked bag from $25 to $30, and of a second checked bag from $35 to $40. The change in price begins for American Airlines tickets purchased beginning on Friday, September 21.
businessinsider.comGOLDMAN SACHS: These 12 stocks are perfect for traders seeking big gains at bargain pricesBI PRIME: Goldman Sachs has formulated a way to identify stocks that are both inexpensive and also investing in future growth opportunities. To that end, the firm identified 12 companies it expects to outperform for value investors going forward.
businessinsider.comThe Knicks have made a major change in philosophy, and it's about to get its first big test with Jimmy ButlerThe Knicks have been preaching patience as they rebuild slowly and properly. Now, that method will be put to the test, as Jimmy Butler has said he would like to be traded to the team.
businessinsider.comGoogle employees considered manipulating search results to help protest Trump's travel banIn a move that is sure to bring further scrutiny from lawmakers, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday evening that Google workers considered ways to use the company's all-powerful search engine to assist pro-immigration organizations after Trump implemented a travel ban in January 2017.
businessinsider.comA senior Deutsche Bank banker told management the bank should break itself upCharlie Dupree, who left Deutsche Bank for JPMorgan in June, presented his proposals to Deutsche Bank CFO James von Moltke in April. Dupree said Deutsche Bank should spin-out its investment bank and consider a merger for the rest of its operations to combat its persistent underperformance.
businessinsider.comPorsche and Hyundai want to put holographic, augmented-reality tech in their cars by 2020Porsche led a round of Series C investments into WayRay, a Swiss company working toward bringing holographic augmented reality (AR) displays to production. Hyundai also joined in on the investment, which raised $80 million.
businessinsider.comInstagram's new TV service recommended videos of potential child abuseInstagram's new TV service, IGTV, is recommending disturbing and potentially illegal videos, a Business Insider investigation has found. BI monitored IGTV and found its algorithm was recommending videos of what appeared to be child exploitation and genital mutilation.
businessinsider.comGoogle's ex-CEO Eric Schmidt says the internet will split in two by 2028Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he believes the internet will split in two within a decade. He told an audience at a private event in San Francisco that he foresees a break between the Chinese-led internet and the non-Chinese led internet.
businessinsider.comFacebook will reportedly launch its long-awaited Portal video chat device next weekFacebook is planning to unveil its long-awaited video chat device "Portal" next week, Cheddar reports. "Portal" will reportedly function similarly to Amazon Echo, and cost between $300 and $400 depending on size.