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TSA: For international flights, electronic devices must power up

July 9, 2014—Airport security agents will confiscate any cellphones, notebook computers and tablet computers that can’t be powered up when you pass through security checkpoints at certain overseas airports that facilitate direct flights to the United States.

Goodyear rolls out roadside towing service

July 8, 2014—Goodyear Tire & Rubber introduced a towing service that hauls stranded motorists and their vehicles to the nearest participating Goodyear Tire & Service Network location.

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Theaters to test weekly discounts

Theaters in one state soon will test a weekly discount on movie tickets, concessions or both to see whether they can drive up attendance on a weeknight.

Airport security proposal would boost public safety

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) released recommendations to improve security within airports, and two sources say the recommendations will have a limited effect in some ways but won’t result in longer lines at security.

One-copy album more ‘gimmick’ than trend

Rap group Wu-Tang Clan made headlines for the way that it will release its next album, “The Wu—Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.” As of press time, the group planned to take the album on a “listening tour,” then auction off the only copy of the album.

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