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Sony and Apollo move ahead with Paramount bid process but reticent about earlier plan, NYT reports

(Reuters) – Sony Pictures Entertainment and Apollo Global Management have signed nondisclosure agreements that will allow them to look at Paramount’s books ahead of a potential bid for the movie studio’s assets, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. The companies are, however, backing away from an initial plan […]

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Man shoots his 6-month-old baby multiple times at home near Phoenix, but child expected to survive

SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) — A man shot his 6-month-old baby multiple times Friday at a home northwest of Phoenix after taking the infant and its mother captive, but the mother escaped with minor injuries and the child was expected to survive, authorities said. They said the status of the suspect remained unknown after a fire

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Frontier Airlines, stuck in a money-losing slump, is dumping change fees and making other moves

DENVER (AP) — Frontier Airlines, which has struggled more than other U.S. carriers to recover from the pandemic, says it is eliminating change fees on some tickets and creating four fare classes to boost its appeal to more travelers. The Denver-based airline said the changes taking effect Friday would make buying a ticket less complicated.

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