Twitter Steps Up Counterterrorism Efforts

Twitter last week announced it had suspended 235,000 accounts since February for promoting terrorism, bringing to 360,000 the total number of suspensions since mid-2015. Daily suspensions have increased more than 80 percent since last year, spiking immediately after terrorist attacks. Twitter's response time for suspending reported accounts has decreased dramatically.

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Lufthansa cabin crew union sees approval of new pay deal

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Cabin crew at Lufthansa are expected to vote in favor of a wide-ranging pay deal with the German carrier, bringing a long-running dispute to a close, according to a labor boss.

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Qantas announces record profits

WHEN Alan Joyce took over as chief executive of Qantas in 2008, the carrier looked, to use an Australianism, buggered. Costs ran high at the flag carrier, and over the coming years the competitive outlook only worsened. Domestically it became embroiled...

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VW sees car output back to normal by Monday after supplier deal

HAMBURG/BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen said on Wednesday production of cars at its German plants should be back to normal by next Monday after it resolved a dispute with parts suppliers over contract terms.

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