Food Flies Again on Shorter American Air Routes

What a difference a day makes: After Tuesday’s dramatic selloff, the market on Wednesday its best day of the year. The Dow surged 275 points, with gains being juiced by the Fed, suggesting it will keep interest rates low. Thursday, though, was back to hitting the sell button as U.S. equity futures pointed to a lower open on Wall Street. AT&T (NYSE:T) Wireless customers, you may have some money coming back to you.  AT&T agreed to pay $105 million to settle allegations that it put unauthorized charges on customers' cell phone bills. Customers can make claims for charges dating back to 2009. The wireless carrier isn’t the only one returning cash to customers: If you bought a Red Bull in the past decade, you could get $10 -$15 worth of the product. The energy-drink company agreed to settle a class-action suit accusing it of false advertising. A final approval hearing could come next year. Food returns to flights: First-class passengers on shorter American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) flights have the opportunity to eat aboard their planes again. It was just last month the airline pulled on-board service. If an employee in the loans collections department gets his way, all Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) workers might see a $10,000 raise. The staff member wrote a letter to the bank's CEO suggesting the company bridge income inequality, and take some of its profits to boost salaries across the board.

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