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Uber stabbing dismissed

SEATTLE — A Washington federal judge dismissed a family’s wrongful death lawsuit against Uber after one of its drivers was stabbed to death by riders in a botched carjacking. Even if Uber provided the car to the driver, it does not constitute a work site that Uber retains control of, so it has no supervisory role over its drivers.

US lawyers struggled to paint American Airlines as a monopolist in first day of antitrust trial

The country’s largest carrier is breaking the law by trying to short-circuit its competition in Boston and New York, the Justice Department claimed, but it faced hurdles on the first day of trial.

Longshore union accuses terminal operator of disrupting West Coast contract talks

The ILWU said a stevedoring company is trying to get the National Labor Relations Board involved in awarding jobs that by contract should go to its members.

Federal judge strikes down latest version of Iowa ‘ag-gag’ law

Iowa’s efforts to bar recording of animal abuse in livestock facilities has twice before been found to violate the First Amendment.

Apple will manufacture iPhone 14 in India

“Apple has been trying to diversify its supply chain for a while, but these efforts have grown in the last two years over trade sanctions between the U.S. and China,” said Sanyam Chaurasia, an analyst at Canalys.

Unacceptable jet

CONCORD, N.H. — Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli claims he was deceived into booking a New Hampshire company’s chartered flight services as part of his U.S. tour schedule and was given an “unacceptable jet.”