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USA Today
Is JetBlue ready for flights to Europe?A JetBlue Airbus A321 takes off from Airbus' assembly line in Mobile, Ala. (Pho
Is JetBlue ready for flights to Europe?
USA Today / Posted moments ago
A JetBlue Airbus A321 takes off from Airbus' assembly line in Mobile, Ala. (Photo: Airbus) Is JetBlue laying the groundwork to fly to Europe? The New York-based low-cost carrier hinted at that possibility Tuesday morning, revealing details of an... Read more
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Fortune
How the Election Could Kill America's Shopping Buzz“There are many factors that could prove to be hurdles but our overall outlook
How the Election Could Kill America's Shopping Buzz
Fortune / Posted moments ago
“There are many factors that could prove to be hurdles but our overall outlook is optimistic,” NRF Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz said in a statement. “Uncertainty surrounding the presidential election could make consumers more cautious, and the... Read more
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Fortune
New York's iconic FAO Schwarz store gets a new tenantUnder Armour is planning to open a flagship store in New York City in a space t
New York's iconic FAO Schwarz store gets a new tenant
Fortune / Posted moments ago
Under Armour is planning to open a flagship store in New York City in a space that once housed the famed FAO Schwarz toy store. Executives at the athletic-gear maker announced on Tuesday that Under Armour ua would take over the space on Fifth... Read more
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News 8000
Apple sales fall for second straight quarterFor 13 years, Apple wowed investors with consistent sales growth fueled by the
Apple sales fall for second straight quarter
News 8000 / Posted moments ago
For 13 years, Apple wowed investors with consistent sales growth fueled by the iPod, iPad and, more than anything else, the iPhone -- which accounts for the majority of the company's revenue. No longer. Apple posted sales of $42.4 billion for the... Read more
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Fortune
Why AB InBev’s 'Sweetened' Offer for SABMiller is Actually a StealAnheuser-Busch InBev said it had sweetened its offer for SABMiller in the mega
Why AB InBev’s 'Sweetened' Offer for SABMiller is Actually a Steal
Fortune / Posted moments ago
Anheuser-Busch InBev said it had sweetened its offer for SABMiller in the mega merger of the beer brewers, after Brexit-inspired currency moves substantially changed the value of the deal. When AB InBev bud agreed in November to pay 44 pounds per... Read more
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USA Today
Hard to tell if interest rates have hit bottomIt’s entirely possible that interest rates hit all-time lows earlier this month
Hard to tell if interest rates have hit bottom
USA Today / Posted moments ago
It’s entirely possible that interest rates hit all-time lows earlier this month that will never again be seen in our lifetimes, as many are now proclaiming. If so, since bond prices move down when rates rise, bond values will never be as high as they... Read more
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Fortune
Why Twitter Shares Are Tanking Despite Improving User GrowthTwitter twtr reported its slowest growth in quarterly revenue since going publi
Why Twitter Shares Are Tanking Despite Improving User Growth
Fortune / Posted moments ago
Twitter twtr reported its slowest growth in quarterly revenue since going public in 2013 as the company faces intensifying competition from fast-growing competitors such as Snapchat and Instagram fb. The microblogging service operator’s shares... Read more
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NZCity
NZ dollar little changed ahead of meetingsThe New Zealand dollar was little changed as investors await central bank meeti
NZ dollar little changed ahead of meetings
NZCity / Posted a minute ago
The New Zealand dollar was little changed as investors await central bank meetings in the US and Japan this week, and ahead of Australian inflation data. The kiwi traded at 70.49 US cents at 8am in Wellington, the same level from 5pm on Tuesday. The... Read more
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The Age
Wall St flat amid mixed earnings, Fed decision positioningEarnings from McDonald's to Caterpillar tugged US stocks in opposite directions
Wall St flat amid mixed earnings, Fed decision positioning
The Age / Posted 4 minutes ago
Earnings from McDonald's to Caterpillar tugged US stocks in opposite directions, leaving benchmark indexes little changed as investors turned attention to Wednesday's Federal Reserve policy decision. Housing data that showed the biggest gain in... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Gaming Industry Booming In OklahomaBusiness is booming for one of the biggest industries in Oklahoma. The latest
Gaming Industry Booming In Oklahoma
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 5 minutes ago
Business is booming for one of the biggest industries in Oklahoma. The latest numbers show the gaming industry has made the state $1.3 billion in the past decade. The Cox Convention Center transformed into a casino Tuesday, displaying some of the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Twitter earnings fail to meet expectationsTwitter failed to meet financial analyst expectations in its latest earnings an
Twitter earnings fail to meet expectations
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 minutes ago
Twitter failed to meet financial analyst expectations in its latest earnings announcement, as the site's number of users grew by just three million in the last three months, while revenue failed to meet predictions. The social media site reported... Read more
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Market Watch
Oil falls as sources say API data show U.S. crude supply down 800,000 barrelsOil futures headed lower in electronic trading Tuesday after the American Petro
Oil falls as sources say API data show U.S. crude supply down 800,000 barrels
Market Watch / Posted 5 minutes ago
Oil futures headed lower in electronic trading Tuesday after the American Petroleum Institute reported that U.S. crude supplies fell by roughly 800,000 barrels for the week ended July 22, according to sources. Analysts polled by S&P Global Platts... Read more
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Market Watch
Twitter posts worst-ever revenue growth, disappointing outlookTwitter Inc. on Tuesday continued a string of disappointing quarterly reports u
Twitter posts worst-ever revenue growth, disappointing outlook
Market Watch / Posted 5 minutes ago
Twitter Inc. on Tuesday continued a string of disappointing quarterly reports under Chief Executive Jack Dorsey, posting its worst-ever revenue growth and weak user numbers. The social-media company’s revenue increased 20% to $602 million for three... Read more
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Market Watch
Vizio to be bought for $2 billion by China’s LeEcoChinese consumer electronics firm LeEco agreed to buy television maker Vizio In
Vizio to be bought for $2 billion by China’s LeEco
Market Watch / Posted 5 minutes ago
Chinese consumer electronics firm LeEco agreed to buy television maker Vizio Inc. for $2 billion and plans to spin out Vizio’s data business as a separate private company. The deal, expected to close in the fourth quarter, would increase LeEco’s... Read more
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Market Watch
Juniper Networks reports lower profitJuniper Networks Inc. on Tuesday reported an 11% decline in second quarter prof
Juniper Networks reports lower profit
Market Watch / Posted 5 minutes ago
Juniper Networks Inc. on Tuesday reported an 11% decline in second quarter profit and warned challenging market conditions would continue to pressure margins. The Sunnyvale, Calif., company said it expects operating margins to decline slightly from... Read more
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The Irish Times
Twitter reports slowest quarterly revenue growth since IPOTwitter has reported its slowest growth in quarterly revenue since going public
Twitter reports slowest quarterly revenue growth since IPO
The Irish Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Twitter has reported its slowest growth in quarterly revenue since going public in 2013 as the company faces intensifying competition from fast-growing competitors such as Snapchat and Instagram. The microblogging service said on Tuesday its monthly... Read more
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The Irish Times
Apple sells more iPhones than expected in third quarterApple iPhone sales fell for the second straight quarter, although the 15 per ce
Apple sells more iPhones than expected in third quarter
The Irish Times / Posted 5 minutes ago
Apple iPhone sales fell for the second straight quarter, although the 15 per cent drop was less than feared.The company’s total revenue dropped 14.6 per cent in the third-quarter ended June 25th, also declining for the second quarter in a row. Apple... Read more
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Market Watch
The summer forecast: The rally in stocks will continueShares in the Nasdaq Composite, showing scant respect for the concept of gravit
The summer forecast: The rally in stocks will continue
Market Watch / Posted 5 minutes ago
Shares in the Nasdaq Composite, showing scant respect for the concept of gravity, wrapped up the first real pause of their potent four-week rally by powering higher July 20. In the process, the Nasdaq Composite, an outperformer in 13 of the past 18... Read more
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Market Watch
Buffalo Wild Wings hits earnings targetsFor a second consecutive quarter, Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. posted a quarterly dr
Buffalo Wild Wings hits earnings targets
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
For a second consecutive quarter, Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. posted a quarterly drop in same-store sales, though the decline was offset by a rise in revenue propelled by the opening of new locations. The boost from the new storefronts helped the chain... Read more
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Market Watch
Chubb operating earnings soar on premium growthChubb Ltd. CB, +0.22% said its second-quarter operating earnings surged on grow
Chubb operating earnings soar on premium growth
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
Chubb Ltd. CB, +0.22% said its second-quarter operating earnings surged on growth in premiums and net investment income, despite elevated losses for such natural disasters as the Fort McMurray wildfires in Canada. Operating earnings are a widely... Read more
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Market Watch
Anadarko Petroleum swings to a lossAnadarko Petroleum Corp. swung to a loss in the second quarter, though the comp
Anadarko Petroleum swings to a loss
Market Watch / Posted 6 minutes ago
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. swung to a loss in the second quarter, though the company's results were better than analysts feared thanks to more-stable -- though still low -- energy prices and ongoing cost cuts. Prolonged weakness in energy prices has... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Business Digest, July 27, 2016: Santa Cruz County Bank posts profit, record depositsSANTA CRUZ Santa Cruz County Bank posts profit The 12-year-old bank reported
Business Digest, July 27, 2016: Santa Cruz County Bank posts profit, record deposits
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 6 minutes ago
SANTA CRUZ Santa Cruz County Bank posts profit The 12-year-old bank reported deposits totalled a record $502.9 million, up 7 percent from March 30 and up 11 percent from 11 percent from a year ago. Total assets grew to $558 million. Loans totalled... Read more
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Salon.com
IMF reaches staff-level accord with Moldova for $179M loanCHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — The International Monetary Fund reached an agreement T
IMF reaches staff-level accord with Moldova for $179M loan
Salon.com / Posted 6 minutes ago
CHISINAU, Moldova (AP) — The International Monetary Fund reached an agreement Tuesday with Moldova for a $179 million, 3-year loan arrangement conditional on the government carrying out reforms. The IMF said its staff members have reached a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Wall St flat amid mixed earnings, Fed decision positioningEarnings from McDonald's to Caterpillar tugged US stocks in opposite directions
Wall St flat amid mixed earnings, Fed decision positioning
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 minutes ago
Earnings from McDonald's to Caterpillar tugged US stocks in opposite directions, leaving benchmark indexes little changed as investors turned attention to Wednesday's Federal Reserve policy decision. Housing data that showed the biggest gain in... Read more
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The Register
Citrix's GoTo goes to LogMeIn in $2bn mergerLogMeIn has effectively taken over Citrix's unwanted GoTo business. The gobble
Citrix's GoTo goes to LogMeIn in $2bn merger
The Register / Posted 6 minutes ago
LogMeIn has effectively taken over Citrix's unwanted GoTo business. The gobble is worth $1.8bn in shares, and effectively puts remote desktop developer LogMeIn in charge of GoTo, Citrix's remote access and conferencing family. LogMeIn CEO Bill... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Twitter earnings fail to meet expectationsTwitter failed to meet financial analyst expectations in its latest earnings an
Twitter earnings fail to meet expectations
Kingston Guardian / Posted 7 minutes ago
Twitter failed to meet financial analyst expectations in its latest earnings announcement, as the site's number of users grew by just three million in the last three months, while revenue failed to meet predictions. The social media site reported... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Owen Smith blasts Liam Fox for setting up office in 'anti-Transgender' US stateOwen Smith blasted Tory Liam Fox, last night for setting up His first US trade
Owen Smith blasts Liam Fox for setting up office in 'anti-Transgender' US state
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 minutes ago
Owen Smith blasted Tory Liam Fox, last night for setting up His first US trade office in North Carolina, a state hit by boycotts over a controversial new transgender law. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory introduced a law banning forcing... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Apple sales fall for second straight quarterNEW YORK (CNNMoney) - For 13 years, Apple wowed investors with consistent sales
Apple sales fall for second straight quarter
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 8 minutes ago
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - For 13 years, Apple wowed investors with consistent sales growth fueled by the iPod, iPad and, more than anything else, the iPhone -- which accounts for the majority of the company's revenue. No longer. Apple posted sales of... Read more
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Canberra Times
Wall St flat amid mixed earnings, Fed decision positioningEarnings from McDonald's to Caterpillar tugged US stocks in opposite directions
Wall St flat amid mixed earnings, Fed decision positioning
Canberra Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Earnings from McDonald's to Caterpillar tugged US stocks in opposite directions, leaving benchmark indexes little changed as investors turned attention to Wednesday's Federal Reserve policy decision. Housing data that showed the biggest gain in... Read more
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Canberra Times
All eyes on inflationLocal shares set to make a flat start ahead of the release of second-quarter in
All eyes on inflation
Canberra Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Local shares set to make a flat start ahead of the release of second-quarter inflation data at 11:30am. What you need2know With the RBA guiding that they require 'additional information' before cutting the cash rate, the outcome of the CPI print... Read more
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