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Bad news for frequent -- seventeen days into the new year and already one airline is trying to raise prices for a second time this year.
-- Cincinnati joins us in the Fox Business Network and all those details seems like yesterday you were just you -- -- here yesterday telling us about this airline yet United Airlines raising it based domestic -- as much as ten dollars each way so far jetBlue has copied.
Upping its domestic fares into it.
Between two and five dollars round trip but believe it or not -- good news here.
Right after the new year united raised airfare.
But very few airlines followed and it rolled back those prices typically need to discounter southwest because it flies the most domestic routes that.
It has to matched their fare hike to stick industrywide.
-- southwest just raised to Tehran's cannot tell -- so it's unlikely to do so so quickly again but I think that's good news made and it won't be able to raise the fare.
Right now I understand that you might be sitting in that -- working at Fox News until you're seventy years old.
There's gonna be good make up answered it and I didn't all the -- I don't expect to retire at 65 years old and that's the message from 200 CEOs from the ancient.
Influential group called the business roundtable -- -- -- plan to increase the retirement age to seventy.
Promote social security and for Medicare and they also want -- partially privatize health care for older Americans the plan would -- protect you if you're 55 years or older.
But younger workers completely -- -- luck.
The plan would also result in smaller annual benefit increases for all Social Security recipients the roundtable says that these mastered measures plus a few others.
-- resulting cost savings of 300 billion dollars over a decade and also keep Social Security solvent for longer and that's a big deal down by Moody's saying that college might not be worth the cost.
Parents lots of high school kids asking themselves is college worth it well the rating agency Moody's is wondering the exact same thing and it might have found the answer.
It says the high cost of college plus growing public doubts about the value of the bachelor's degree.
Not to mention potential government spending cuts has caused it to revise down its outlook on the entire higher education sector to negative.
And that includes every campus from Harvard -- -- To the university of drunk frat boys in the college of girls gone wild now -- suggest schools really -- Absolutely have to take bolder actions to cut down the cost savings and -- -- -- problem -- -- thanks -- -- -- legacy of this museum.
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