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This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the travel and deal content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru. Sometimes just interesting and not related at all, but I hope you enjoy them just the same. If you come across any interesting articles, or if you have your own blog and have something related to this content, please send them my way.
Wynn Las Vegas Cancels Reservations & Accuses Fraud Over Free Night Promotion
Wynn Las Vegas was giving people comped rooms and resort fees for stays through August a couple of nights ago. This lasted for a couple of hours only before it was taken down. But then the hotel went ahead and charged people for the rooms and even accused them of fraud.
Tips For Applying For An EIDL Loan & Grant
The whole process has been very confusing for most business owners. These are some tips from a Disaster Loan Specialist working at SBA. Hopefully it clarifies a few things.
World’s Longest Undersea Rail Tunnel Risks Seven-Year Delay
A tunnel intended to connect Finland and Estonia faces a delay of up to seven years after Finnish policy makers picked a route opposed by the developer. The Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council’s assembly voted to route the project under the capital and not Espoo, the adjacent city.
The Robinhood tracking site Wall Street is obsessed with
In just two years, Robintrack went from being a college senior’s side project to the top site where Wall Street firms, hedge funds, and institutional investors get data for the popular trading app, Robinhood. The site was built by Casey Primozic, now 23, in 2018, during his final year of study at Valparaiso University in Indiana, Bloomberg reported. Starting in late April, traffic to the site exploded, jumping from about 4,000 to anywhere between 20,000 and 50,000 unique users per day, Primozic told Bloomberg.
Amtrak warns of more job and route cuts in memo to employees
An executive at the rail network wrote to employees Monday that it plans to run many of its long-distance routes less frequently, saving the rail network $150 million in costs. Executive Vice President Roger Harris did not quantify the job losses, but said the company “will work quickly to determine what staffing reductions or furloughs will occur.”