The adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's award-winning musical will hit theaters on December 20.
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He likely didn't raise as much ringing the bell for red kettle donations, but the man who asked for beer money and collected millions is still trying to help good causes.
Chairman of O'Shares ETFs Kevin O'Leary explains why he's investing in Tesla and gold, as well as his forecast for the 2020 election.
Chairman of O'Shares ETFs Kevin O'Leary says that unicorns aren't investments, they are speculation.
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At the Chalmers University of Technology in the Swedish city of Gothenburg, scientists have created a specialized liquid that can absorb solar energy and store it for as long as 18 years as a thermal fuel. The fluid works like a rechargeable battery, but instead of electricity, sunlight goes…
Airline fees are pervasive these days. Baggage fees are particularly obnoxious, because passengers are increasingly forced to check in bags thanks to the shrinking amount of carry-on space. We do not know where the space is going, but we are pretty sure it is not for extra legroom. Some airlines even charge for carry-on bags!
Even with the pressure on airlines to raise fees, there are still ways to check in bags for free within the airlines' rules – as well as a few ways that could work if you are willing to ask and negotiate.
- Fly Specific Carriers – Among larger domestic airlines, Southwest still allows passengers to check in two bags for free. The smaller Cape Air still allows free carry-on and gate-checked bags on its Cessna 402C, Tecnam Traveller, and Britten-Norman 2 airplanes, plus your first checked bag on its Cessna 208A airplanes for domestic flights. Southwest in particular has made complimentary checked bags an effective market...
CNN's Christine Romans has the day's top business headlines before the Opening Bell on Wednesday, November 20.
James Swartz, W.A.T.C.H. Director: "There have been scores of deaths and injuries over the years, because so-called toys like this have been mistaken for the real thing."
With other luxury brands successfully building SUVs, Aston Martin has decided to join the club with the DBX