• A Woman Says She Was Kicked Off A Flight For Breastfeeding
A Woman Says She Was Kicked Off A Flight For Breastfeeding

The group of flight attendants met at the front of the cabin and Rui stopped breastfeeding her son, and as predicted the baby started to cry. Flight attendants told her to stop and put the child in his seat. " We had never been through anything close to this ". A Spirit Airlines representative told her she could not get back on, according to vi...

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  • HSBC released from U.S. deferred criminal charges
HSBC released from U.S. deferred criminal charges

In a subsequent report by Congress, HSBC was said to be "too big to jail" after George Osborne, chancellor at that time, intervened to warn U.S. officials against a criminal prosecution of the bank. HSBC is pleased that the Department of Justice has recognised HSBC's progress in strengthening its anti-money laundering and sanctions compliance ...

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  • LA City Council opposes the FCC's possible destruction of net neutrality
LA City Council opposes the FCC's possible destruction of net neutrality

The rules prohibit providers from charging websites different fees that could create a "fast" or "slow" lane of traffic that critics say would harm small startups that cannot afford larger fees. So, [our protest] is two-fold. A group of internet advocates got together in Fayetteville to protest Net neutrality. Ending net neutrality, he said, woul...

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  • Shares in Poundland owner Steinhoff slump 60% over 'accounting irregularities'
Shares in Poundland owner Steinhoff slump 60% over 'accounting irregularities'

The board has also approached auditor PWC to investigate allegations of irregular accounting practices. Poundland parent company Steinhoff International has seen its shares plummet 66 per cent as chief executive Markus Jooste resigned with immediate effect amid an accounting scandal.

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  • First US Bitcoin Futures to Start Trading Next Week
First US Bitcoin Futures to Start Trading Next Week

None of the bad news and adverse comments about bitcoin seemed to matter to the bitcoin bulls and speculators who were intent on pushing the prices higher and during the course of this period, they managed to achieve the coveted target of $10,000 which was a huge psychological mark which numerous investors and traders would have had in their mind s...

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  • Donald Trump changes story on reasons for firing Michael Flynn
Donald Trump changes story on reasons for firing Michael Flynn

Immediately Twitter users across the board pointed to the tweet as "Exhibit A" of an obstruction of justice charge Robert Mueller should use to charge Trump during his Russian Federation collusion probe. But inside a large event space in Cipriani, where a large Christmas tree stood nearby, the president turned nostalgic about the 2016 election ...

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  • Univ. of Minn. grad students rally against GOP tax bill
Univ. of Minn. grad students rally against GOP tax bill

Peter Weck, a second year physics PhD student at Hopkins, said that were this tax plan to go through, he would have to seriously consider dropping out of his program. Gillespie said people often don't realize that in many cases grad students are actually workers. Students at Auburn University in Alabama gathered under the chant, "No grad tax", the ...

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  • United Kingdom launches post-Brexit industrial strategy
United Kingdom launches post-Brexit industrial strategy

Investments by a number of pharmaceutical companies into the United Kingdom will form a key part of the Sector Deal , a central Industrial Strategy measure, set to be signed in the coming weeks by the life sciences sector and government.

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  • Apple iPhone X reportedly assembled with illegal student labor
Apple iPhone X reportedly assembled with illegal student labor

While certainly damning, the report also highlights the need for Apple and its partners to implement additional measures to protect their workers. The legal limit for students is 40 hours per week. Yang, one among the six students, was quoted by the Financial Times as saying that they were forced by their schools to work in the factory as part ...

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  • London Buses Will Soon Run on Recycled Coffee Grounds
London Buses Will Soon Run on Recycled Coffee Grounds

For the first time, Shell and bio-bean announced on Nov 20 that together they are helping to produce enough coffee oil to power some of London's buses . "It's a great example of what can be done when we start to reimagine waste as an untapped resource", bio-bean founder Arthur Kay said in a statement.

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  • Tesla Semi Truck officially revealed
Tesla Semi Truck officially revealed

Well Tesla has a new one out and it's even quicker than any other Tesla now in the market. "We have a long history of testing new technology - including alternative-fuel trucks - and we are excited to be among the first to pilot this new heavy-duty electric vehicle", the company said to CNBC .

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  • Colorado unemployment rate inches up; fewer jobs added
Colorado unemployment rate inches up; fewer jobs added

The governor's office says the rate announced Friday is down from the September rate of 3.8 percent, and it's the lowest ever recorded in Alabama. She says apprenticeships have helped millions of people develop skills needed for good jobs.

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  • Dubai Airshow: Airbus seals order with USA firm Indigo
Dubai Airshow: Airbus seals order with USA firm Indigo

They are USA company Frontier Airlines, Mexico's Volaris, Chilean carrier JetSmart and Hungary's Wizz. Airbus and Boeing struck almost $77 billion worth of deals at the Dubai Airshow as discount carriers rushed to take advantage of discounts and lock in the cost of their aircraft procurements.

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  • Watch A Koenigsegg Agera Hit 284mph In Stunning Onboard Footage
Watch A Koenigsegg Agera Hit 284mph In Stunning Onboard Footage

The Swedish supercar attained speeds of 272 mph and 284 mph during a recent attempt in Las Vegas, for an average speed of 277 mph (or 446 km/h), bettering the mark of 267 mph (430 km/h) previously set by its French rival Bugatti with the Veyron.

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  • CalAtlantic Group, Inc. (NYSE:CAA) Reaches Overbought Range
CalAtlantic Group, Inc. (NYSE:CAA) Reaches Overbought Range

Dutch paints maker Akzo Nobel, under pressure after rejecting a lucrative takeover offer and two profit warnings, has confirmed merger talks with smaller US rival Axalta Coating Systems Ltd to create a $30 billion company. Riverhead Capital Management LLC now owns 4,387 shares of the construction company's stock worth $155,000 after purchasing an a...

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  • Winx makes it 22 straight - just - with Cox Plate win
Winx makes it 22 straight - just - with Cox Plate win

She would give the race the X-factor and we've spoken to the owners so they can think about it". She is the type of horse that you dream of. "But you never expect these races to be easy". She had to be good to fight off Humidor and the other runners in the race. An overseas trip is more likely next year to the United Kingdom which would take ...

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  • Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (CY) And Insider Trading Activity
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (CY) And Insider Trading Activity

About 266,487 shares traded. It is down 18.61% since October 9, 2016 and is downtrending. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation is maintained at an average outperform rating by 13 stock analysts, and there are at least 10.02% of shares outstanding that are now legally short sold.

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  • What the Technicals Say About Fitbit, Inc. (FIT)
What the Technicals Say About Fitbit, Inc. (FIT)

The stock was sold at an average price of $5.91, for a total value of $295,500.00. According to today's trading volume Fitbit Inc .is BELOW its 20-Day Avg. Fitbit had a negative return on equity of 20.67% and a negative net margin of 13.79%. The company had revenue of $353.30 million for the quarter, compared to analyst estimates of $341.24 milli...

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  • Google and Tesla have plans to help rebuild Puerto Rico
Google and Tesla have plans to help rebuild Puerto Rico

First up Google has just nabbed a temporary license for it to provide an emergency cell network across Puerto Rico using its Project Loon technology - that's where giant, floating balloons are used to get connectivity out to remote areas that lack the usual internet and cell tower infrastructure.

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  • Energy East pipeline cancellation leaves Rachel Notley 'deeply disappointed'
Energy East pipeline cancellation leaves Rachel Notley 'deeply disappointed'

March 7, 2016: Protesters in Quebec disrupt hearings into the Energy East project seconds after they officially started. The United Conservatives Interim Party Leader Nathan Cooper questioned the willingness of "Justin Trudeau and the Liberals to loudly champion Energy East and other pipeline projects".

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