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  • Phoenix serial killings suspect: 'I'm innocent'

    After testing the fourth of the eight guns, they got a hit and a suspect, connecting the gun to Leslie Merritt Jr., a 22-year-old landscaper who had sold it to a pawn shop. When Williams was gearing up to tell the public the news, she said Yahner was the first person she called. The killings stumped investigators for months, but they got a break last month when Saucedo was arrested in connection with the August 2015 fatal shooting of 61-year-old Raul Romero, who had a relationship with ...

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  • Kohl's posts higher profit as store traffic improves

    Kohl's posts higher profit as store traffic improves

    The company is expected to issue its next earnings results before the market opens on Thursday, May 11th. For the next year, analysts anticipate that the business will report sales of $18.43 billion per share, with estimates ranging from $18.08 billion to $19.07 billion.

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  • Federal Reserve keeps interest rates steady -- June hike likely

    Federal Reserve keeps interest rates steady -- June hike likely

    After a two-day meeting, the Federal Open Market Committee has opted to keep the federal funds interest rate as-is-a surprise to many, given the widely held assumption that not one, but two more rate hikes were on the agenda for 2017. Reports on Monday showed US factory activity slowed in April, while consumer spending was unchanged in March, and an important inflation measure fell on a monthly basis for the first time since 2001.

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  • White House readies order to quit NAFTA: administration official

    White House readies order to quit NAFTA: administration official

    But following two hastily-arranged phonecalls between Mr Trump, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto late on Wednesday, the USA president said he would not cancel the agreement. "The president of Mexico, with whom I have a very good relationship, called me, and also the Prime Minister of Canada, with whom I have a very good relationship".

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  • Major US airlines grilled before Congress after passenger's violent removal

    If airlines don't make changes, it will prompt congressional action and "I can assure you, you will not like the outcome". "If we act, it will be one size fits all", committee chairman Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania warned witnesses. But he praised the airline industry and said customers remember only the rare bad incidents. In a statement, the airline said it was working with individual members of Congress on customer service issues.

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  • Fed Acknowledges Weakness, but June Rate Hike Still Likely

    Fed Acknowledges Weakness, but June Rate Hike Still Likely

    The FOMC members discounted the tepid growth in the first quarter - when GDP expanded by only 0.7 percent, the slowest in three years - as a one-time issue, while emphasizing the continued strong labor market and solid hiring. The US Dollar rose against its major peers on Wednesday evening after the Federal Reserve claimed that the moderate slowdown in the US economy in the first quarter of the year would be temporary.

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  • National Hockey League: the Rangers have established parity in the series with "Ottawa"

    It's just even more doubtful he'll be at 100 percent. Knocked around by Rangers forward Tanner Glass at the end of the club's 4-1 loss in Game 4, Turris got his revenge in a big way. Considering he was playing through a broken foot before this, it's not a good sign that he was unable to play through something . He was questionable all week until Ottawa just released his status.

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  • Coach To Buy Kate Spade For $2.4 Billion

    The purchase price represents a 9% premium to Kate Spade's Friday closing price of $16.97 and a 28% premium to the company's closing price on December 27, the last trading day preceding a report that the two were in discussions. Both are fighting for customers in an incredibly shrinking USA handbag market, according to Customer Growth Partners, which says the market has shriveled to 2 percent annual growth from the must-have days of 15 percent in 2010, when Kate Spade was a rising darling ...

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  • The Sage of Omaha on job cuts, Apple, Google, IBM

    Warren Buffett, chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, said the GOP health care bill the House passed was a clear message: " We are going to cut the hell out of taxes for the rich on investment income ". He said the current 35 percent corporate tax rate was "not much" of a competitive disadvantage for US companies, despite Trump's push to slash it to 15 percent.

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  • Sinclair Broadcast to buy Tribune Media for $3.9 billion

    Sinclair Broadcast to buy Tribune Media for $3.9 billion

    Sinclair said Monday it would pay $43.50 a share for Tribune , a more than 25% premium to the undisturbed share price, and assume $2.7 billion in debt. When broadcast television were the only available networks, there was little need for scale in the business and many owners were companies that also owned newspapers.

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  • Mancera: 'Puedo ganarle a López Obrador'

    Mancera: 'Puedo ganarle a López Obrador'

    Dijo que se asume como una persona que quiere trabajar por México y señaló que la unidad de las izquierdas la ha planteado más allá de los partidos, en la que estén incluidos todos los ciudadanos. Con el objetivo de acercar los servicios de salud integral y prevenir las condiciones de riesgo de las personas trabajadoras sin seguridad social, el Gobierno de la Ciudad de México puso en marcha el programa "Médico en Tu Chamba".

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  • BT boss to be stripped of annual bonus

    BT boss to be stripped of annual bonus

    Shareholders have been supportive in a challenging year, he said. The telecoms group also said that taking into account its lacklustre stock market performance over the last year, the level of the incentive share plan award for this year has been reduced from 400% to 350% of salary.

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  • Juventus en la final

    El jugador de Juventus Dani Alves celebra después de anotar un gol. Sin embargo, el récord del joven francés no le sirvió de nada al Mónaco, que intentó remontar desde el inicio pero con cuatro goles en contra las aspiraciones eran casi nulas, debido a que la Juve solo le han hecho tres goles en la presente edición, contando el de Mbappé hoy.

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  • Macquarie-led group buys Australia's Endeavour Energy for $5.6 bln

    Macquarie-led group buys Australia's Endeavour Energy for $5.6 bln

    She said that would allow the Government to spend more on infrastructure than the $20 billion it promised when it pitched the poles and wires privatisation to voters at the 2015 election. The NSW government will net almost $3 billion after finalising the sale of the final piece of the state's "poles and wires" electricity assets. The price was a premium to Endeavour's total regulated asset base of A$6.2 billion.

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  • Snapchat's Growth Stalls in Facebook's Shadow

    The company reported a $US2.2 billion loss (compared to its loss of "only" $US515 million for the whole of last year) on revenue of $US149 million. The company reported a net loss of $2.2 billion (yes, with a "B") for the quarter, due in large part to $2 billion in compensation costs tied to going public.

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  • Kapil Mishra on hunger strike demanding travel expenses of AAP leaders

    A person from among the crowd at his house slapped Mishra repeatedly, shouting "He (Mishra) has betrayed the party". Kejriwal on the other hand is maintaining staunch silence on the allegations leveled against him. Mishra had also threatened to go on an indefinite fast if the details of these foreign visits were not made public - a threat he put into action on Wednesday morning.

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  • Rechaza México tener índice de violencia similar al de Siria

    Rechaza México tener índice de violencia similar al de Siria

    Sostuvieron que el reporte señala de manera irresponsable la existencia de un " conflicto armado (no internacional )" en México . Además, precisaron que aunque el IISS , por sus siglas en inglés, es una autoridad líder en el mundo de la seguridad global, el riesgo político y el conflicto militar, las autoridades dijeron que ellos "utiliza cifras cuyo origen se desconoce, refleja estimaciones basadas en metodologías inciertas , y aplica términos jurídicos de manera equivocada", por lo ...

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  • Wales draw Australia and Georgia for 2019 Rugby World Cup

    Springbok coach Allister Coetzee attended the draw at the Kyoto State Guest House along with representatives from the other 11 qualified teams and said afterwards he was satisfied with the pool allocation. or Canada) and Oceania 2 ( Fiji , Samoa or Tonga). Eddie Jones' men will be in the same group as France and Argentina . The pooling was done on Wednesday in Japan where the Africa victor, hopefully Kenya Simbas, will play reigning champions New Zealand , South Africa and a repechage ...

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  • United CEO Oscar Munoz promises DC lawmakers, 'We will do better'

    Shuster also suggested Congress might look beyond just the issues before them Tuesday, saying tort reform could free airlines up to make simpler declarations of passenger rights. The issue of airline relations with customers burst onto the stage after a passenger was dragged off a United flight in Chicago. "I was disturbed beyond belief by the video", Munoz said.

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  • CUNA vigilant as CHOICE Act markup continues

    CUNA vigilant as CHOICE Act markup continues

    Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), the Choice Act begins by throwing out much of the banking oversight passed under President Obama's administration, mostly through the Dodd-Frank act signed in 2010. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., called the bill "a 589-page insult to working families". The bill would replace Dodd-Frank's Orderly Liquidation Authority with a bankruptcy process to keep the effects of a failing bank from financial markets.

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  • Mark Colvin: Legendary ABC newsman has died

    Mark Colvin: Legendary ABC newsman has died

    To his many fans on Twitter , he was simply @ Colvinius . In the hours after his death a tweet was sent from his account to his 103,000 followers seemingly saying goodbye. He was one of the founding presenters at 2JJ, now Triple J, before becoming the ABC's London Correspondent in 1980. In 1994 he travelled to the tiny central African country of Rwanda to report on the plight of dying refugees following that country's genocide in a civil war between the Hutu and Tutsi populations.

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  • Lack of properties hits Scottish housing market

    Lack of properties hits Scottish housing market

    Alongside stagnant demand from buyers, estate agents said sales were also beginning to dip slightly. Uncertainty relating to the forthcoming general election is also highlighted by some respondents as a reason for inertia. The survey also shows that 22 per cent more respondents saw prices rising in April -unchanged from March - underpinned by the lack of stock. The lack of stock means that prices continue to rise, according to the survey, although this varies by region, with easing growth in ...

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  • Family with two-year-old son kicked off Delta Airlines flight after booking row

    Brian and Brittany Schear were on a red-eye flight April 23 from Maui to Los Angeles when they got into an argument with airline officials, who said the seat in question needed to be given to another passenger. His two-year-old was sitting in a child safety seat, which crew members then claimed was banned under Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and said the child would have to sit in an adult's lap.

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  • Decoding insights from Warren Buffett

    He said the company had too much cash it could not reasonably deploy. Buffett had harsh words for Wells Fargo & Co managers who failed to respond promptly to a sales practices scandal that cost the then-chief executive officer his job a year ago.

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  • Precio del petróleo beneficiado por caída de inventarios

    Precio del petróleo beneficiado por caída de inventarios

    El peso avanzaba frente al dólar interbancario que bajó a los 18.95 al corte de las 10:30 de la mañana. El Departamento de Energía de Estados Unidos informó que las reservas de petróleo bajaron. Además, las importaciones de crudo de Estados Unidos cayeron en 799.000 barriles por día la semana pasada. En tanto, los futuros del petróleo West Texas Intermediate (WTI ) de Estados Unidos caían 0.34 por ciento, hasta los 46.26 dólares por barril.

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  • HCL Tech Q4 Net rises 27% at Rs 2475.27 crore

    HCL Tech Q4 Net rises 27% at Rs 2475.27 crore

    India's fourth-largest IT services company HCL Technologies' reported a 20.8% jump in net profit at Rs. 2,325 crore for the fourth quarter ending March 2017 compared to the same quarter previous year. "For the year FY'17, we delivered a strong double-digit constant currency revenue growth of 13.7 per cent..." "Going forward, we will continue to accelerate investment in high-growth areas, driven by our Mode 1-2-3 strategy and sustain our trajectory of delivering exceptional value to our ...

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  • Red Sox Ban Fan Who Used Racial Slur At Game For Life

    Red Sox Ban Fan Who Used Racial Slur At Game For Life

    Hennick, a white man who was attending the game with his son and his father-in-law, who is black, told the Globe that he was "aghast" at the remark. However, the O's star said before Tuesday's game that he thought the way the Red Sox and Major League Baseball "got ahead" of the aftermath of Monday's incident "was tremendous".

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