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Elon Musk Enters In-Flight Wi-Fi Market With Small Satellites – Bloomberg

Bloomberg: Balance of Power focuses on the politics and policies being shaped by the agenda of President Biden’s administration.
On the Season 2 premiere of Idea Generation, NBA legend and entrepreneur Dwyane Wade takes us on a journey from his early days as a young basketball player growing up in Chicago, to achieving NBA superstardom, to building a brand around himself while also venturing into media, wine and team ownership. Wade has sought to balance business and basketball, and has arguably achieved that goal as well as anyone who ever stepped on a court. In this episode, he explains what kind of dedication it took to make it to the NBA and stay there, and how he was able to succeed off the court, too.
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SpaceX wants to show the world its Starlink satellite system can deliver Netflix and YouTube at 30,000 feet. So it recently held a demo for the media aboard a jet operated by its first airline customer, regional carrier JSX
The short jaunt from Burbank to San Jose, California marks the start of Elon Musk’s bid to seize in-flight business from satellite providers Intelsat and Viasat Inc. that already serve thousands of aircraft.

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