GOOD DAY FOR:
Delta Airlines gives passengers free in-flight access to Amazon.com so they can browse the Amazon store or buy an e-book from 30,000 feet. [Discovery News]
A study finds that 68 percent of tablet owners snuggle up to their device in the bedroom. [Huffington Post]
New data shows that February had the largest uptick (1.1 percent) in retail sales in five months. [Consumerist]
BAD DAY FOR:
Sparing a square
Trenton, N.J., faces a toliet paper shortage as the cash-strapped city government battles high prices for paper products. [Newser]
Drinking on the job
Prince Harry's Army superiors order him to quit boozing if he wants to get back to training in Afghanistan. [Telegraph]
Yahoo sues Facebook, accusing the ubiquitous social network of infringing on Yahoo's "social networking" patent. [Death & Taxes]
For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: March 12, 2012
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