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EgyptAir flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo crashed

May 18, 2016
Marketplace staff

This story's text and headline have been updated.

From our partners at the BBC:

An EgyptAir flight that went missing between Paris and Cairo has crashed, French President Francois Hollande has confirmed.

The Airbus A320 disappeared from radar at 02:30 Cairo time (00:30 GMT), soon after leaving Greek airspace.

Museums: Wherefore contemporary art thou?

May 18, 2016
Sabri Ben-Achour and Tim Fernholz

They said it couldn't be done: New art in old museums. Actuality visits an auction house to see a billion dollars of art sold in just a week and learn how this bubbling private market is changing staid public art museums in surprising ways.

When a $2 million pay cut is a symbolic blow

May 18, 2016
Kai Ryssdal

This final note on the way out, ending, in a way, where we started: Worker pay.

The board of directors at Viacom voted today to stop paying the salary of 92-year-old Sumner Redstone, its founder and chairman emeritus. Until this afternoon, Redstone made $2 million a year.

Symbolism here is everything. Redstone's worth something like $5 billion dollars. 

He just won a legal fight over his mental competency a couple of weeks ago.

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