iPhones on Planes Blamed for Navigation Disruption

May 15 (Bloomberg) -- The regional airliner was climbing past 9,000 feet when its compasses went haywire, leading pilots several miles off course until a flight attendant persuaded a passenger in row 9 to switch off an Apple iPhone. (Source: Bloomberg)
Japan High-School Graduates Are Seeing a Hot Job Market
55:23 - March 4 -- Job offers haven’t been this good for Japan's high-school graduates since at least 1996, in another sign of a tightening job market as a result of the shrinking population. Bloomberg's Shery Ahn has more on "First Up."
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