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In a proactive marketing move, American Airlines announced on Wednesday there’s a technical glitch that may mean travel headaches for passengers with flights booked between Dec. 17 and the new year.

San Francisco, the city where Uber started, still hasn’t forgiven the ride-sharing service for what New York cab drivers saw as capitalizing on a driver strike in protest of President Trump’s original travel ban. NYC residents who decided to #DeleteUber have also largely kept the app off of their phones, Recode reports on Wednesday in one of its most popular stories on the site.

Wiland, Inc., a leading consumer intelligence and predictive analytics company, announced the formation of a collaborative partnership with Amex Advance, a personalization services division within American Express. The partnership enhances Wiland’s predictive modeling of responsive marketing audiences by integrating Amex Advance’s customized insights on future consumer purchasing behavior.

What should Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump do with Trump Brand? The brand has traditionally been positioned as upscale: hotel rooms that start at $400; golf club memberships for up to $200,000; $50 cologne; $40 wines; $175 ties. But with the president’s low approval ratings, things have not gone well in some of the Trump businesses — paving the way for some geo-demographic segmentation opportunities.

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