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    U.S. Airlines Are Alarmed About a Coronavirus Slump — Some More Than OthersIt’s going to be a rough year for them, even in the more optimistic scenarios regarding the U.S. outbreak.
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    How Airlines Are Reacting to Coronavirus: Fewer Flights, More Flexible TermsAirlines are cutting down on the frequency of service on some major business routes, while easing off rebooking fees to attract flexible customers.
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    So What Should I Do About Coronavirus Now?Besides just waiting.
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    Skiing Is More Expensive Than Ever, and Also Cheaper – If You Plan RightAs the ski industry has become more consolidated and more corporate, it has copied pricing strategies from the airline and hotel industries.
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    It’s Time to Get Rid of NYC’s Rental Broker Fees for GoodNew York City is expensive enough, and there are better ways to compensate real-estate agents.
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    How I Learned to Let Go of My Baggage — LiterallyThere are actually a lot of advantages to checking your luggage. And airlines have done their share to make it a better choice.
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    Here Are Two Things Apple Is Doing RightThe stock has been going up — and the company’s latest report shows why investors were correct to be optimistic.
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    Netflix Beat Wall Street Forecasts. So Why Did Its Stock Fall?Intensifying competition in the U.S. and questions about cash flow raise existential questions for the streaming giant.
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    When Buying in Bulk Is a MistakeSometimes stocking up can be a great investment — and sometimes a waste of money.
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    The Secret to a Relaxing Vacation: Meticulous, Detailed PlansWhen it comes to travel, “going with the flow” is wildly overrated.
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    Why Paying More for Fitness Is Part of Peloton’s PropositionA $2,000 exercise bike you’ll keep using is a better value than a $200 one that you’ll use five times before turning it into a clothing rack
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    It’s Not Your Imagination — This Holiday Season Is Unusually RushedThis Christmas is coming just 27 days after Thanksgiving, which is the shortest gap possible. That has both personal and commercial implications.
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    Black Friday Isn’t Just a Day. It’s a State of Mind.Black Friday is increasingly just an umbrella term for any kind of shopping in late autumn that entails some semblance of getting a deal.
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    Disney Says It’s Hiking Park Ticket Prices for Your Own GoodI just paid $194 for a one-day pass. But here’s what I got for it.
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    Disney+: Don’t Call It Unbundling. Call It Rebundling.Think of Disney’s growing family of streaming apps like you did your old cable package, with the option for various add-ons.
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    It’s Time to Relax About LAX-itThe new arrangement for Uber riders at the Los Angeles airport is a case study in why consumers just need to be flexible sometimes.
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    Is There a Good Solution to the Uber Crunch at Airports?Uber and Lyft traffic jams are creating misery for departing passengers at LAX and elsewhere. But there is reason for hope.
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    Chipotle Wins by Removing ‘Friction’ — Human Contact — From Your ExperienceIt’s very excited about its mobile-order drive-through concept, called “Chipotlane.”
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    Today Is Boss’s Day, But Don’t Go Buy Flowers or AnythingThere is a small spike in gift-giving around this somewhat puzzling day of recognition. What gives?
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    How the Dutch Invented Elite Flyer Status Competition — With FigurinesThe business genius of KLM’s collectible, booze-filled house figurines.
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    Brokers Are Cutting Stock Trade Commissions to $0. What’s the Catch?You may have heard the expression, “If you’re not paying for it, you’re not the customer, you’re the product.”
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    Unlike Seat Reclining, Window Shade Disputes Require Airline InterventionIt’s easy to negotiate whether a person should be allowed to recline their seat on an airplane. Window shades are trickier.
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    Disloyalty Programs: What Happens If You Break the Frequent-Flier RulesFrom “throwaway ticketing” to point trading to scamming lounge time, the airlines are onto our tricks.
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    Trump’s Cheese, Wine, Olive-Oil Tariffs May Be His Most Normal Trade PolicyIf you’re a fan of European cheeses, I’m sorry to report the price outlook is not Gouda.
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    How Tax Policy Gave Us White ClawVodka soda is the chicken breast of alcoholic beverages. Why did it take so long to make something like it available in a can?
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    Equinox and SoulCycle Workers Need a UnionAfter the Stephen Ross controversy, they have an unusual amount of leverage now in a profitable business. They should use it.
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    Disney’s New Star Wars Attraction Is an Early Bust. Here’s Why That Will Change.Despite expectations of ridiculous crowds, park attendance at Disneyland this summer has been low. But Disney knows how to turn that around.