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Uber’s CEO says ‘the most needy’ furloughed government workers are starting to drive for the company, but that this isn’t how ...

Dara Khosrowshahi, speaking to CNBC from the World Economic Forum in Davos, acknowledged many furloughed federal workers were turning to ride-hailing apps.
Gulfstreams are slated to be some of the trendiest private jets spotted at Davos this year.

World leaders are flying private jets to Davos in record numbers this year

Up to 1,500 private jets are slated to land in and take off from Davos.
Newark Liberty International Airport is seen from a Customs and Border Protection (CBP), helicopter

Flights headed for Newark airport had to be temporarily grounded after 2 drones were spotted flying nearby

A ground stop was issued for Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) on Tuesday due to drone activity.
An Alaska Airlines Boeing 737.

Alaska Airlines is selling one-way tickets for as little as $39

All Alaska Airlines sale tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm PST on Wednesday, January 23 for travel between February 12 and March 13, 2019.
Detroit.

Waymo is opening a $13.6 million self-driving car facility in the Detroit area

The retro-fitted facility might employ as many as 400 people.
United Flight 179 on the tarmac in Goose Bay, Canada, where temperatures reached well below zero over the weekend.

Passengers were stuck on a United Airlines plane overnight after a medical emergency forced it to land in Canada

A United Airlines flight from Newark to Hong Kong was stranded on a frozen Canadian tarmac for more than 15 hours.
The Tesla Model 3.

Tesla has received approval to start selling the Model 3 in Europe

Tesla has received approval from the Dutch regulator RDW to begin selling the Model 3 sedan in Europe, a Tesla representative confirmed.
The Airbus A320neo and Airbus A220.

Boeing started a trade dispute with Canada, but Airbus and Alabama ended up being the winners

Airbus broke ground this week on a $300 million factory this week and it marks the latest chapter in a trade dispute between Boeing and Canada.

A Southwest flight caused an airport in Nebraska to close after it slid off the runway

Southwest Airlines Flight 1643 slid off the runway at Eppley Airfield in Omaha on Friday, the airline confirmed in a statement to Business Insider.