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Report Reveals Sexual Assault Is the Most Consistently Reported Crime On Board Major Cruise Lines

A new report by Business Insider found 500 documented incidents of sexual assault from 2010 to 2022. More than 80 percent of the cases were committed by passengers.

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Hasbro Responds to Economic Uncertainty, Cuts Workforce by 15%

The toymaker's staff reductions will affect around 1,000 positions.

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United Airlines CEO Says Airlines Face Maximum Stress

Scott Kirby says airlines must have more back-ups to prevent repeated service problems.

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Jeff Bezos' Girlfriend, Lauren Sánchez, Is Going to Space With Blue Origin

Sánchez, a former journalist who collaborates with him on philanthropy, is bringing a girl gang to space.

'A Huge Surprise': Akio Toyoda, President and CEO of Toyota, Steps Down

Toyota is the world's largest automaker, and it's going through a leadership shift.

After Getting Laid Off, Her Resume Cake Went Viral On LinkedIn. Now, She's Making 'A Lot More' Than She Did At Her Last Job

Karly Pavlinac Blackburn was laid off from her advertising firm, but now she has a better job thanks to a viral moment with a resume and a cake.

Elon Musk in Talks to Raise $3 Billion for Twitter's Buyout Debt

The billionaire has also reportedly discussed selling new Twitter shares.

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Thousands of People Caught Trying To Bring Eggs Into The U.S. Amid Price Increases

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said it had more than 2,000 incidents related to people attempting to bring eggs from Mexico to the U.S. from November 1 to January 17. In the same period last year, they reported about 460.