Google may face news fees in NZ, Saudi prince to invest in Credit Suisse, Delta offers pilots raises

Google may face news fees in nz, saudi prince to invest in credit suisse, delta offers pilots raises

Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Google may face news fees in NZ, Saudi prince to invest in Credit Suisse, Delta offers pilots raises” – below is their description.

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Notable business headlines include the Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud weighing an investment in Credit Suisse, New Zealand seeking to require Facebook and Google pay for news, and Delta Air Lines offering pilots at least 34% pay raises.

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