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  • No major delays at Winnipeg airport from Delta system outage

    A power outage in Delta's hometown of Atlanta that started around 2:30 a.m. ET forced the airline to ground all of its departing flights around the world. Eastern, according to FlightAware . As of 10:30 a.m. ET, Delta operated 800 of its almost 6,000 scheduled flights. The outage will hurt Delta's reputation for punctuality and lack of cancellations.

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  • Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. (FOXA) Downgraded by Barclays PLC to "Equal Weight"

    Its up 0.26% from 22.64M shares, reported previously. The stock has received "HOLD" rating after consensus analysis from analysts. Overweight rating was given by 0 analysts and Underweight rating was given by 4 analysts. 08/01/2016 - Twenty-First Century Fox , Inc. had its "buy" rating reiterated by analysts at UBS. The institutional ownership stake in the corporation is 74.80% while the Beta value stands at 1.72.

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  • Trump promete la

    Trump promete la "mayor revolución fiscal desde Ronald Reagan"

    El magnate inmobiliario dijo que ningún negocio puede pagar más de 15% de impuestos sobre sus ingresos, una gran reducción en comparación con el 35% que se paga actualmente. "Tengo un objetivo fundamental, quiero que los trabajos y la riqueza se queden en EE.UU.", enfatizó. Trump aseguró que, de llegar a la Casa Blanca , sacaría a Estados Unidos inmediatamente del Acuerdo de Asociación Transpacífico ( TPP ), pactado con otras naciones de la cuenca del Pacífico, y renegociaría el Tratado ...

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  • Namibian boxer arrested on suspicion of sexual assault

    Namibian boxer arrested on suspicion of sexual assault

    According to the website of Brazilian paper O Globo , Junius is suspected to have assaulted a maid in the Olympic village. The Brazilian waitress refused to agree to this and went to the police. Junius also won a silver medal at the 2015 All Africa Games (AAG) in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Yet another disturbing story broke on Monday, with news that a second boxer had been accused of sexual assault.

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  • Jets pound rebels after they break Aleppo siege

    About 250,000 people in opposition-held eastern Aleppo have been living under government siege since they were gradually encircled by Syrian government troops - backed by Iranian troops and Lebanese Hezbollah militia and Russian airpower - in the spring, with the final supply lines into the enclave cut off last month.

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  • Rail passengers waking up to week of strike chaos

    Southern, which runs trains from destinations such as Brighton and Gatwick Airport, has said only 60 percent of its services would operate during the week-long stoppage, the longest British rail walkout for nearly 50 years, and no trains would operate at all on some routes.

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  • GST to bring financial equality in country: PM Modi

    GST to bring financial equality in country: PM Modi

    At least half of the states will need to approve the bill before it can become law, but the government is confident of achieving this quickly. It will be a destination tax. GST would reduce the barriers between states and will make the country a common market, increase tax revenue for the states due to a wider tax base and better compliance.

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  • US notches first gold of the games

    US notches first gold of the games

    The unexpected is expected. Who indeed, the Chinese must be asking. The teen athlete first discovered her love for the sport when she joined her father and brother on a hunting trip five years ago, according to NBCOlympics.com . The whipping gusts that disrupted athletes and spectators alike were just a prelude to the winds of change that roared through Rio de Janeiro on Sunday night: Serena and Venus Williams lost an Olympic doubles match for the first time.

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  • Fort Wayne Delta flights delayed

    It was a frustrating morning for dozens of Delta passengers stuck on the ground because of computer problems hundreds of miles away. A range of services, including airport check-in systems, passenger advisory screens, the airline's website and smartphone apps were affected by the systems failure.

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  • Delta Ground Stop Lifted, Cancellations and Delays Continue

    Delta Ground Stop Lifted, Cancellations and Delays Continue

    The company said via Twitter that it had cancelled about 300 flights due to the power outage. By 8 a.m., the airline lifted the ground stop and resumed "limited departures", but customers should expect delays and cancellations. Technology that appeared to be working sometimes issued bad information. Many passengers, like Bryan Kopsick, 20, from Richmond, were shocked that computer glitches could cause such turmoil.

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  • NC State's Ryan Held wins gold, overcome with emotion

    Going second in the 4x100-meter freestyle relay, Phelps produced the fastest split of his career and put the Americans out front for good against a powerhouse field that included defending champion France, Australia and Russian Federation. The Americans also went one and two at the usa trials a month ago. As he has done so many times in the past, Phelps kissed the medal on the podium and waved at the crowd with tears in his eyes and a supportive arm for an emotional Held and Dressel who were ...

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  • Tasty Burger Has Beef With Chipotle's New 'Tasty Made' Burger Concept

    Tasty Burger Has Beef With Chipotle's New 'Tasty Made' Burger Concept

    Tasty Burger , which is now out raising $15 million to add more locations, issued a Cease & Desist request to Chipotle on July 19, 2016, which it says the company has "continued to ignore". The six-store chain says the logo and trademark procured by Chipotle infringes on its rights. The two logos side by side. Chipotle, on the other hand, insists the brands can co-exist.

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  • Eleven London 2012 lifters banned for failing drug tests

    Tomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee, center, Rio de Janeiro's Mayor Eduardo Paes, left, and Carlos Arthur Nuzman, president of the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee visit the Orla Conde, the place that. Murders in Rio rose sharply in the first half of 2016, just as officials wanted to use the August 5-21 Olympic Games to showcase the city as a tourist destination.

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  • ASEAN omission of arbitration case 'not a Chinese victory'

    ASEAN omission of arbitration case 'not a Chinese victory'

    It sends out a positive message that China and the ASEAN will jointly maintain stability in the South China Sea , Wang said. Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia and Brunei also have claims to the South China Sea , a vital waterway through which US$5 trillion in annual trade passes.

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  • Johnson Controls Incorporated (NYSE:JCI) Short Interest Decreased By 0.13%

    Johnson & Johnson is up 10.99% in the last 3-month period. The number of shares now owned by investors are 166.99 mln. Wall Street had anticipated $9.02B and $0.82, respectively. (NYSE:JCI) rose +1.52% in trading session and finally closed at $45.52. During the past 4 weeks, traders have been relatively bearish on Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), hence the stock is down -1.32% when compared to the S&P 500 during the same period.

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  • Energy Sector Movers: HollyFrontier Corporation (NYSE:HFC), Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR)

    Energy Sector Movers: HollyFrontier Corporation (NYSE:HFC), Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR)

    Occidental Petroleum Corp.'s revenue for the quarter was down 27.0% compared to the same quarter a year ago. The business's revenue for the quarter was down 27.0% compared to the same quarter a year ago. This is a positive change from Occidental Petroleum Corp.'s previous quarterly dividend of $0.75. The ex-dividend date is Wednesday, September 7th. In related news, Director Stephen I.

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  • Industria automotriz reporta alza de 11.8% en producción

    Industria automotriz reporta alza de 11.8% en producción

    Por lo que corresponde a las exportaciones, ésta tuvieron una caída del 0.4% en el mismo mes. El director de la AMIA , Fausto Cuevas, dijo en rueda de prensa que las nuevas plantas que entraron en operación permitirán que en los siguientes meses la producción se coloque en cifras similares a las registradas en 2015.

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  • S&P 500, Nasdaq rally to record high close on robust jobs data

    Department of Labor sent two stock indices into record territory on Friday. The labor force participation rate improved . "(The data) cements the view that the economy is improving despite the recent negative news from GDP", said Aaron Kohli, interest rate strategist at BMO Capital Markets in NY.

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  • Tesla Motors discloses $1.1 bln in cash needs

    Tesla Motors discloses $1.1 bln in cash needs

    Complicated parts, like the SUV's gull-wing doors and free-standing second-row seats, were also issues. Excluding items, adjusted loss for the quarter was $1.06 per share, compared to $0.48 per share past year. Tesla's earnings conference call will take place later Wednesday. Instead it reiterated the total of 373,000 that it released in May. Now, Tesla is "consistently" cranking out about 2,000 cars a week - half of them Model X's and half of them the Model S sedan, execs said.

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  • (DF) Issues Earnings Results, Meets Expectations

    Bernstein restated a "buy" rating on shares of Dean Foods in a research report on Thursday, May 12th. The company's strengths can be seen in multiple areas, such as its impressive record of earnings per share growth, compelling growth in net income, notable return on equity, attractive valuation levels and increase in stock price during the past year.

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  • Telit Comms' H1 pretax profit down heavily

    Despite the United States delays, the company still managed to drive revenues in the first half of 2016 6.3% higher to US$166.1mln compared to US$156.3mln in the same period of 2015, driven by strong take-up of its Internet of Things (IoT) services.

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  • Police officer shoots man outside Tennessee Wal-Mart

    Police officer shoots man outside Tennessee Wal-Mart

    Agents said preliminary information indicates that Oregan was shot following an altercation with officers. According to the Independent Herald in Oneida, a suspect is in custody after being shot by an Oneida Police Department officer. Oregan was taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center for treatment. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking into an officer-involved shooting in Oneida.

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  • MPs to investigate efficacy of Pensions Regulator

    MPs to investigate efficacy of Pensions Regulator

    The committee's chairman Frank Field MP said the inquiry was hoping to find a good level of regulation which did not affect schemes' sustainability. The inquiry will look at the level and prioritisation of resources by TPR. "Ultimately, defined benefit schemes must be placed on a sustainable footing", he said. Lesley Titcomb, the chief executive of the Pensions Regulator, will be called to give evidence.

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  • Annemiek van Vleuten crashes during women's road cycling by John Buhler

    Van Vleuten's compatriot Anna van der Breggen won the women's race. The race had a sudden change in the last 12 kilometers when leader Annemiek van Vleuten crashed into the right side of the street on a unsafe descent. Giro d' Italia victor Vincenzo Nibali and Colombian climber Sergio Henao were leading on the same final descent when they crashed. The season is now over for both men.

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  • Delta Flights Grounded For Hours Due To Worldwide System Outage

    The airline said that customers, whose flights are cancelled or significantly delayed, are entitled to a refund. There may also be a lag time for accurate information on flight statuses at delta.com, so Donerson suggested passengers call Delta customer service (1-800-455-2720) before heading to DTW.

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  • Fraud officers consider inquiry into BHS collapse

    Fraud officers consider inquiry into BHS collapse

    The inquiry condemned Sir Philip's handling of the transaction, describing him as the "unacceptable face of capitalism". It comes as the businessman, who sold BHS for £1 to formerly bankrupt Dominic Chappell about a year before the retailer went into administration, faced calls to be stripped of his knighthood.

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  • Obama makes mass commutation of 214 offenders

    That's more than the last nine presidents combined and the most in a single day in over a century, the White House said. On Wednesday, the president posted a letter from an individual whose sentence he commuted a year ago. Some of those pardoned on Wednesday will have their sentences reduced, while others will be released from prison. He will serve 240 months instead.

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