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Joan Marcus / The Public Theater via AP

Delta Air Lines and Bank of America have announced that they are pulling their sponsorship of a Manhattan-based theater company's portrayal of Julius Caesar as a Donald Trump look-alike in a business suit who gets knifed to death on stage.

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Atlanta-based Delta released a statement on Sunday saying it was pulling its sponsorship from The Public Theater "effective immediately."

This Sept. 10, 2008 file photo, chickens huddle in their cages at an egg processing plant at the Dwight Bell Farm in Atwater, Calif.
AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File

A Georgia congressman wants the federal government to let poultry companies speed up their processing lines.

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U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, a Republican from Gainesville, is asking U.S. Agriculture Secretary and former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue to allow poultry processing plants to increase the speed of evisceration lines.

It's the part of the poultry production process in which machines remove chickens' internal organs. 

New Perimeter Study Aims For Better Connectivity

Jun 2, 2017
Atlanta Business Chronicle

A $100,000 study — produced by transportation and engineering consultants Gresham Smith and Partners, Sprinkle Consulting and VHB — suggests the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody and Brookhaven undertake a wide range of projects.

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Jeff Chiu / associated press file

In its latest effort to compete with online giant Amazon, Walmart is testing a delivery service using its own store employees, who will deliver packages ordered online while driving home from their regular work shifts.

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David Goldman / Associated Press

Boarding passes could someday become quaint relics for air travelers.

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JetBlue Airways plans to test facial-recognition check-in for a few flights beginning later this month, and Delta Air Lines plans to let some passengers board with their fingerprints instead of a boarding pass.

The once-ubiquitous paper boarding pass is already shunned by many travelers who prefer to use mobile boarding passes on their phones.