• Flight attendant brawl diverts Delta jet
Flight attendant brawl diverts Delta jet

The plane, carrying around 300 passengers, was grounded for around 80 minutes while a backup crew was found. Two flight attendants reportedly got into a fist fight on a recent Delta flight, forcing the plane to land. A flight en route to Chicago from Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina was forced to turn around in 2012 when two...

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  • Can The Zika Virus Harm Toddlers? Parents Should Get Their Children Tested
Can The Zika Virus Harm Toddlers? Parents Should Get Their Children Tested

Since then, the disease has spread within Brazil and to 22 other countries and territories in the region. Zika virus infection in this individual serves as a reminder that people in Virginia can acquire the disease during travel to countries where Zika virus transmission is occurring, the department said.

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  • Now Storm Henry is coming with 90mph gusts
Now Storm Henry is coming with 90mph gusts

Thousands of homes were left without power while extreme weather ground roads and transport networks to a standstill. One such ferry from Rotterdam was unable to dock in the east coast port of Hull, and had to remain at sea until the storm had passed.

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  • Oil Jumps after Russia Dangles Prospect of OPEC Cooperation
Oil Jumps after Russia Dangles Prospect of OPEC Cooperation

Low oil prices have weighed heavily on Russia's recession-hit economy, which shrank by 3.7 percent in 2015 and is set to continue suffering this year. "This will more than offset the excess in supply and could even cause a shortage of oil in the world market". Oil pared gains near a three-week high as Russian Federation said that although it's ...

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  • Johnson-Tyco inversion is insured against politics
Johnson-Tyco inversion is insured against politics

The US maker of vehicle batteries and heating equipment Johnson Controls will combine with Cork-based Tyco, with the merged companies' headquarters to be based in Tyco's homeland Ireland. After that, he'll be replaced as CEO by Tyco chief George Oliver; Mr. Molinaroli will turn over the chairman's title to Mr. Oliver 12 months after relinquishing...

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  • Apple's iPhone sales growth the lowest since 2007 debut
Apple's iPhone sales growth the lowest since 2007 debut

The results were largely in line with expectations that sales of  iPhones  - the driver of two-thirds of  Apple  revenue - had peaked and that the company would need to find new sources of growth. The company said those devices generated $5.5 billion in services revenue in the quarter ended December, up 15% from the same period a year earlier.

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  • Japan's Takata: CEO doesn't intend to resign as of now
Japan's Takata: CEO doesn't intend to resign as of now

Tetsuo Iwamura an executive vice president with Honda said the recall was huge and continues to create uncertainty amongst clients. He offered no further comment. The third largest Japanese automaker is the biggest clients of Takata the air bag manufacturer. Analysts had forecast operating profit to come in at 199.2 billion yen, drawn from fore...

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  • Steel industry to loose yet more jobs
Steel industry to loose yet more jobs

The boss of one of the UK's best-known advanced manufacturing businesses has called for more support from the government to create "a level playing field" with worldwide rivals. In 1980, the Industry Secretary Sir Keith Joseph appointed Ian MacGregor, a Scottish-American metallurgist, as chairman of BSC. These actions will save the industry million...

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  • Biogen Inc. See Large Inflow of Money
Biogen Inc. See Large Inflow of Money

Chelsea Counsel Company increased its position in shares of Biogen by 108.7% in the third quarter. RBC Capital reissued an outperform rating and issued a $450.00 target price on shares of Biogen in a report on Wednesday, October 7th.

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  • AIG to spin off mortgage insurance unit in sweeping overhaul
AIG to spin off mortgage insurance unit in sweeping overhaul

AIG said it expects the savings to be driven by an acceleration of current initiatives to "rationalize the Company's global structure". The move comes as billionaire investors Carl Icahn and John Paulson have pushed for a three-way split to improve the insurer's flagging financial results, as well as avoid being labeled a systemically important f...

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  • Amazon Prime Membership is Reportedly Soaring Among USHouseholds
Amazon Prime Membership is Reportedly Soaring Among USHouseholds

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners on Monday estimated that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) ended 2015 with 54 million USA members for its Prime service, up 35 percent from the previous year. Moser believes AWS will continue to gain significant market share, "it's such a profitable business for them", he said. Regarding the sales of the company, ...

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  • Ontario pension plan to pay the most to high-income earners
Ontario pension plan to pay the most to high-income earners

Hunter said the ORPP is "going to mirror the CPP as closely as possible" but couldn't yet pin an exact number on its costs. "Three-quarters of Ontario workers aged 25-34 did not have a workplace pension plan in 2012", Wynne said.

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  • Harley-Davidson shares surge on profit beat
Harley-Davidson shares surge on profit beat

JP Morgan downgraded shares to a “Neutral" rating and a $50 target share price in their report from an October 21. RBC Capital dropped their target price on Harley-Davidson from $44.00 to $43.00 and set a "sector perform" rating on the stock in a research report on Friday.

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  • Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) Google Patents
Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) Google Patents "Drone Delivery Receptacle"

It receives notifications of an incoming delivery drone and emits infrared beacons to guide the drone towards itself. It also explains that deliveries made via drones powered by a rotor or impeller can prove to be unsafe to pets, overhead power lines, ceiling fans or residents at a delivery location.

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  • Monsanto pushes for LGBT workplace bill
Monsanto pushes for LGBT workplace bill

Noting that state civil rights laws do not distinguish between preoperative or nonoperative transgender residents, Klipperts bill has been assigned to the House Judiciary Committee. Many religious conservatives have said they won't support any bill they believe would diminish religious freedoms. At the capitol, many lawmakers say the concern is les...

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  • Movidius strikes phone deal with Google
Movidius strikes phone deal with Google

Movidius   says  the MA2450 is "the only commercial solution on the market today with the performance and power-efficiency to perform complex  neural network  computations in ultra-compact form factors", and that makes it particularly appealing to  Google's  project: The aim is to use sufficiently sophisticated embedded technology to perform the  i...

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  • Husband charged in wife's murder at North Arlington apartments
Husband charged in wife's murder at North Arlington apartments

Police found Luisa Pleger dead in an apartment and they arrested her husband. Authorities said the crime was being investigated as a domestic-violence homicide. The cause of death is pending an autopsy by the county medical examiner. The investigation involves the county prosecutor's office, the county sheriff and the North Arlington police.

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  • Saudi Billionaire Responds to Trump's Photoshopped Attack: 'I Bailed You Out Twice'
Saudi Billionaire Responds to Trump's Photoshopped Attack: 'I Bailed You Out Twice'

For background, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal owns a small stake in Fox News' parent company News Corp, and last month he called Trump a "disgrace" to the entire United States, calling on the GOP frontrunner to drop out. For Newscoprp, the Saudi Prince (who is the 16th wealthiest man in the world) is down to only 1% ownership. As expected, Trump shot...

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  • Microsoft beats revenue and profit expectations, lifted again by the cloud
Microsoft beats revenue and profit expectations, lifted again by the cloud

The firm's 50-day moving average is $53.79 and its 200-day moving average is $49.42. Now the company Insiders own 3.76% of Microsoft Corporation shares according to the proxy statements. During the last several months other analysts have commented on the company rating. Finally, Pacific Crest reiterated a "buy" rating on shares of Microsoft i...

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  • Xerox to split in two; give Icahn three board seats
Xerox to split in two; give Icahn three board seats

Xerox , best known for copiers, appears ready to split into two distinct companies. Xerox is splitting itself into two different firms - hardware and services - the Wall Street Journal first reported. Third quarter revenue fell 10% to $4.3 billion, compared to the same period in 2014. Much of the operations in the Rochester area, where it emp...

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