Business News: AA takes fares off Orbitz

(CBS)- The world's largest airline is pulling its flight listings from Orbitz in a contract dispute.  American Airlines says listings have already been dropped from the travel website and US Airways, will follow on September first. Travelers who already have tickets through Orbitz or sister site, CheapTickets.com, will still be able to travel, but any changes will have to be made through the airlines directly.

(CNN)- Turner Broadcasting is offering voluntary buyouts to 600 U.S. based employees who are more than 55 years old.  The move comes in a cost cutting effort at the Atlanta based company.  Some 9,000 of Turner's 13,000 employees are based in the U.S.. Turner is a subsidiary of Time Warner - it's holdings include CNN, the Cartoon Network and Turner Classic Movies.


(CBS)-The iPad is about to get bigger.  According to Bloomberg, Apple's next iPad will have a screen measuring 12 point 9 inches diagonally.  About three inches bigger the largest model currently on sale.


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