What Really Brought Down the Boeing 737 Max? Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Feature Malfunctions caused two deadly crashes. But an industry that puts unprepared pilots in the cockpit is just as guilty. Credit Credit Photo illustration by Matt Dorfman Supported by ByWilliam Langewiesche Sept. 18, 2019, 5:00 a.m. ET On Oct., 29, 2018, Lion Air Flight 610 taxied toward the runway at the main airport in Jakarta, Indonesia, carrying 189 people bound for Bangka Island, a short flight away. The airplane was the latest version of the Boeing 737, a gleaming new 737 Max that was delivered merely three months before. The captain was a 31-year-old Indian named Bhavye Suneja, who did his initial flight training at a small and now-defunct school in San Carlos, Calif., and opted for an entry-level job with Lion Air in 2011. Lion Air is an aggressive airline that dominates the rapidly expanding Indonesian market in … [Read more...] about What Really Brought Down the Boeing 737 Max?
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By Brian X. Chen Published 2:28 pm PDT, Friday, July 26, 2019 The Justice Department on Friday approved the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, the third- and fourth-largest wireless companies in the U.S., moving the deal one crucial step closer to completion. The Justice Department on Friday approved the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, the third- and fourth-largest wireless companies in the U.S., moving the deal one crucial step closer to completion. Photo: Photos By Brittainy Newman / New York Times Photo: Photos By Brittainy Newman / New York Times Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 The Justice Department on Friday approved the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, the third- and fourth-largest wireless companies in the U.S., moving the deal one crucial step closer to completion. … [Read more...] about T-Mobile and Sprint are merging. What does that mean for you?
Just 10 years ago, the term “sustainable seafood” was pretty esoteric, and even if a consumer cared about the health of our oceans and seafood populations, it was difficult to determine which fish were safe to eat. We’ve come a long way, baby. Particularly in the Twin Cities. Restaurants, retail outlets and consumers are increasingly savvy about which fish to eat, which to avoid, and even best practices in growing and harvesting seafood. Chefs, like Tim McKee of sustainability-focused Octo Fishbar in St. Paul, are leading the charge to change the culture in restaurants, and Twin Cities retail outlets like Coastal Seafoods, Almanac Fish and even grocery stores like Lunds and Byerlys and Kowalski’s are going out of their way to source their fish sustainably. So how do you know a fish is sustainably caught or raised? What does that even mean? The answer is incredibly complicated. A MOVEMENT The larger movement toward sustainable seafood and cleaner oceans started … [Read more...] about Twin Cities are more savvy about sustainable seafood, but what does that mean? It’s complicated
Tick, tick, tick … Denver’s real estate clock is moving into a new year, at a moment when the whole world seems in turmoil. The market in the Mile High is a different animal than last year, with inventory of homes rising and sales volume down. But after a year when prices in many sectors hit unheard-of highs, builders and brokers are all saying that Denver’s market is experiencing a normalization more than a downturn. Here’s what the numbers may mean to you. A new normal. Hard to imagine, but the average single-family home in the Denver area broke the $500,000 mark this year. And although prices are off a bit, both average and median prices for all kinds of housing are still considerably higher than they were last year. Most experienced brokers view this as a good thing for Colorado — backing off from times over the past two years when so few homes were on the market that buyers were having to bid the price of homes up to compete. Few people are … [Read more...] about As time slips away, what does Denver’s changing housing market mean for your family’s prospects in the coming year?
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