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  • Wal-Mart to Acquire Jet.com for $3.3 Billion in Cash, Stock

    If the deal goes through, it'll be the largest ecommerce acquisition in the country, ousting QVC's $2.4 billion purchase of Zulily previous year from the top spot. It is built on a pricing algorithm that determines which sellers are the most efficient in value and shipping and adjusts prices based on what items are in the checkout cart, as well as how far the desired products are from the shopper's home.

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  • Rositas cuestiona al que sugirió nombrar a Stiglitz y Pieth

    Rositas cuestiona al que sugirió nombrar a Stiglitz y Pieth

    Al dar a conocer la renuncia de Stiglitz y Pieth , el Gobierno de Panamá informó hoy que autorizó a "los miembros activos del Comité a publicar este reporte cuando lo estimen necesario", sin precisar más. Álvarez de Porras dijo que el Comité de Expertos es independiente. Si la imagen de Panamá "está afectada" internacionalmente por el escándalo de la filtración masiva de documentos del bufete panameño Mossack Fonseca , "lo menos que nosotros y la ciudadanía debe esperar es saber a ...

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  • Prosthetic leg returned after it's found in beaver dam

    Prosthetic leg returned after it's found in beaver dam

    We paddled up to take a look and found it was something even stranger. After doing a little research, they found a Craigslist ad from a man saying he had lost his leg. Warner thought it was gone and he didn't expect to see it again, he told the Journal Sentinel, adding "it's pretty freakish where it ended up". "I wasn't overly anxious about it because I use my older model for fishing and hunting", Warner said.

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  • NYC police officer alerted Wisconsin law enforcers to threat

    NYC police officer alerted Wisconsin law enforcers to threat

    New York's Daily News says Officer Gregory Santora contacted police in Madison, Wisconsin after spotting a Periscope video on Saturday. There was no immediate information on an attorney who could comment on his behalf. Madison officers found the video allegedly showing 27-year-old Raynarldo Glenn, who appeared to be driving around, telling the camera he was going to the location where Tony Robinson was shot.

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  • Earl Makes Landfall, Downgraded to Tropical Storm

    Earl Makes Landfall, Downgraded to Tropical Storm

    The U.S. National Hurricane Center also warned of a storm surge raising water levels off the coast of Belize and the eastern Yucatan Peninsula by as much as 6 feet. Four hundred people have so far been evacuated from Belize's northern islands Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker, Lionel Cuthkelvin, operations officer at the National Emergency Management Organization, said by telephone.

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  • Bombardier Posts Wider-Than-Expected Loss on C Series Costs

    Bombardier Posts Wider-Than-Expected Loss on C Series Costs

    SWISS received the first of the new Bombardier CS100 aircraft on 29th June for its short- and medium-haul fleet. Revenue from all sources, reported in US dollars, fell during the second quarter to $4.31 billion from $4.62 billion. Bombardier hopes demand for the aircraft can offset weak results for its smaller regional aircraft and business jets amid economic volatility and new competition.

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  • Republican national security officials reject Trump

    Republican national security officials reject Trump

    However, the statement noted that some signatories also have doubts about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Mr Trump has broke with years of Republican foreign policy on a number of occasions. "He does not encourage conflicting views". He can not tolerate personal criticism. Trump was equally as harsh, calling the 50 part of the "failed Washington elite" - insiders who, along with Hillary Clinton, made "disastrous decisions to invade Iraq, allow Americans to die in ...

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  • Trump Says Clinton Policies Would Cut Jobs, Reduce Economic Output

    Personal taxes would drop too, with seven tax brackets compressed to just three. Trump also repeated his well-worn claim that the "real" unemployment rate is much higher than the Labor Department reports, which he framed as an intentional effort to spin the state of the USA economy in "one of the biggest hoaxes in American modern politics".

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  • Hillary Clinton To Speak At Detroit Economic Club Later This Week

    Hillary Clinton To Speak At Detroit Economic Club Later This Week

    Tim Wigley is a Trump supporter and president of the Western Energy Alliance, a regional trade association for 400 oil and gas companies throughout the Rocky Mountain West. Hillary Clinton offered a direct rebuttal to Trump's remarks during a rally in St. Petersburg, Florida, later in the day. They also say his proposals will give big tax breaks to the wealthy, and that Trump will roll back laws meant to protect consumers from big banks.

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  • Asian stocks gain after UK rate cut ahead of US jobs report

    Asian stocks gain after UK rate cut ahead of US jobs report

    The BoE's limited room for manoeuvre means the United Kingdom government will have to boost spending to maintain economic demand, potentially by tapping the cheap cost of debt to widen its deficit, he said. The corporate bond purchase was also approved with a cap of 10 billion pounds. More details of the scheme will be released in September. It previously predicted growth of 2.3% in 2017 and 2018.

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  • Delphi Automotive LLP maintained as Buy By Citigroup

    Delphi Automotive LLP maintained as Buy By Citigroup

    Previously for the quarter ended on 12/2015, Delphi Automotive PLC (NYSE:DLPH)'s expected mean EPS was $1.28, the company reported its quarterly earnings per share of $1.28 on 2/4/2016 BMO, beating the analysts' consensus estimate by 0.02 with surprise factor of 1.46%.

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  • U.S. Stocks Fluctuate Near Record, Investors Weigh Recent Rally

    U.S. Stocks Fluctuate Near Record, Investors Weigh Recent Rally

    The S&P 500 was up 2.07 points, or 0.09 percent, at 2,184.94. Dow e-minis were up 25 points, or 0.14 percent, with 15,834 contracts changing hands. To continue reading this article, you must be a Globe Unlimited subscriber. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. The Nasdaq Composite was up 5.04 points, or 0.1 percent, at 5,226.16 and is just 5 points away from its record high.

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  • Impact of Delta Airlines computer outage felt at SRQ Airport

    At Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport, of the 14 daily flights that fly out or come in, there are a handful of delays and one cancellation. A Delta spokesperson says they are working as fast as they can, and it could still be a few days before everything is back to normal.

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  • Delta computer glitch impacts passengers at KCI

    Delta computer glitch impacts passengers at KCI

    If you're ticketed to fly on Delta airlines out of Seattle today and wondering about your flight in the wake of Delta's global systems outage , and you can't get through to the airline by phone, your best strategy is to check for delays or cancellations at this page on the Port of Seattle website .

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  • Michael Phelps Is Superhuman

    It wasn't just Michael Phelps' big win on Sunday that had people talking about the US swimming star. Racing against the legendary swimmer on such a stage was a thrill of its own. This time around he was in a little bit of unfamiliar territory. "I ain't tryna 'everybody's doing it!' you like this a politician or some new drug, BUT if you are on the fence about cupping , I'm kinda sorta giving y'all the [thumbs up]", Questlove said in the caption.

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  • HDFC Life, Max Life agree on swap ratio, non-compete fee

    HDFC Life, Max Life agree on swap ratio, non-compete fee

    The total premium of the merged entity of HDFC Life- Max is expected to be almost Rs 26,000 crore and assets under management will top Rs 1 lakh crore. The deal is expected to be effective in the next 12-15 months. Current sponsors of Max Financial will own 6.6 per cent of the merged entity, while Japan's Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co, which now owns a stake in Max Life , will get about 7.5 per cent of the combined entity.

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  • New Zika vaccine to be tested on humans: NIAID

    The trial will test the safety of the vaccines and their ability to generate response from the immune system. In the US alone, about 6,400 Zika virus infection cases have already been reported. Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota. As of late last night, Florida has had 15 cases of Zika infection that were locally acquired.

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  • Bajaj Avenger Street Gets Two New Colors!

    Bajaj Avenger Street Gets Two New Colors!

    From registering sales of around 3,000 units per month, the average sales have crossed over 30,000 units on a monthly basis. Bajaj Avenger Street 150 in Cosmic Red livery will be priced at Rs. Additionally, with the approaching festive season when the orthodox Indians rush to the showrooms to buy a new two-wheeler, Bajaj might have thought it is the best thing it can do with the Avenger range for now.

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  • Rio Olympics kicks off with glittery opening ceremony

    Rio Olympics kicks off with glittery opening ceremony

    Overall, the atmosphere in the Maracana Stadium was celebratory, as a succession of actors, dancers and musicians raced through routines meant to showcase Brazil's culture, diversity and history, even finding time for a brief lecture on environmental issues.

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  • New record low interest rate in UK

    STIMULUS IN THE UK: The Bank of England cut interest rates to new lows and unveiled a raft of stimulus measures that include resuming a bond-buying stimulus program to pump money into the economy and launching a program of cheap lending to banks.

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  • For his birthday, boy gives shoes to kids in need

    For his birthday, boy gives shoes to kids in need

    So far, his organization, Gunner's Runners , has given almost 600 pairs of shoes to kids in the community. His "small idea" turned into something big. Once all the shoes are collected, the family will give them to a social worker to distribute to kids just in time for the start of the school year.

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  • Drowsy driving crashes killed 5000 people a year ago, report says

    Drowsy driving crashes killed 5000 people a year ago, report says

    The report, which was funded through a grant from State Farm, comes amid startling statistics that show USA motor vehicle deaths rose 7.7 percent in 2015. Add it up and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says drowsy driving costs Americans $109 billion in deaths and injuries each year, and that doesn't even include property damage.

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  • Nikkei hits 1-week high on strong United States jobs data, weaker yen

    Nikkei hits 1-week high on strong United States jobs data, weaker yen

    The Nikkei gained 2.4 percent to 16,650.57 after hitting 16,652.04, its highest since August 1. The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange was up 19.16 points, or 1.50 percent, to 1,299.06. This is the best environment for shares", he said. The dollar rose to the lower 102 yen zone from the lower 101 yen range marked Friday afternoon. Nissan Motor rose 22.00 yen, or 2.3 percent, to 990.80 yen on reports Friday that the automaker is considering ...

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  • Great Britain's women set up semi-final showdown against New Zealand

    Great Britain's women set up semi-final showdown against New Zealand

    Potter didn't let a narrow loss to Fiji in the opening game overshadow her big day, helping the Americans rally with a big win over Colombia to stay in contention for the quarterfinals. "I worked long and hard for its Olympic inclusion and to finally witness that is really something very special", Lapasset said. "We are building nicely", said try star Brown.

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  • Private Moon Mission Gets Go-Ahead From US Government

    Moon Express first submitted its request to pursue the lunar mission in April. On Wednesday, the USA government gave permission to the private Florida company to fly a spaceship beyond Earth's orbit and land on the moon. Small, Florida-based start-up Moon Express just received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to send a robotic lander to the moon-a task that NASA hasn't accomplished in more than four decades.

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