• How Bill Nighy Felt About Returning For Love Actually's TV Sequel
How Bill Nighy Felt About Returning For Love Actually's TV Sequel

How are you celebrating Red Nose Day? Fans have fallen in love with the movie's story telling and the realness that not everything works out as planned. But it's not all good news for the mini sequel. "Our software is offering Comic Relief a way to interact with customers that is unique to this digital out of home advertising channel".

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  • Rush hour at Penn Station is going to suck
Rush hour at Penn Station is going to suck

Amtrak said in a statement that all 248 passengers were evacuated safely from the train. New Jersey Transit says it will operate only outbound trains from NY on Friday evening because of limited track capacity. Hundreds of passengers were on board during Friday's rush hour. Amtrak and NJ Transit have not confirmed any collision took place. Ne...

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  • Wall Street down; lawmakers delay vote on Trump Healthcare Bill
Wall Street down; lawmakers delay vote on Trump Healthcare Bill

The US House of Representatives delayed a vote on legislation to begin dismantling Obamacare as Trump and leaders in Congress struggled to find enough support among fellow Republicans for their version of a new federal healthcare policy, according to a senior House Republican aide.

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  • Alaska to retire Virgin America brand in 2019
Alaska to retire Virgin America brand in 2019

Some of those offerings will include a new satellite based wifi system, free inflight movies, redesigned interiors with mood lighting, more stylish crew uniforms, upgraded airport lounges, more premium seating, and more complimentary upgrades.

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  • Trump administration to approve Keystone XL pipeline project Monday
Trump administration to approve Keystone XL pipeline project Monday

The U.S. State Department will approve on Friday the permit needed to proceed with construction of the Canada-to-United States Keystone XL oil pipeline, a project blocked by former President Barack Obama, according to two government sources familiar with the process.

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  • Retail sales in worst slump for almost seven years: ONS
Retail sales in worst slump for almost seven years: ONS

Ian Gilmartin, head of retail and wholesale at Barclays, said: "The fall in the three-month figure is a slight worry, but it's important to recognise that this isn't driven by February's data, and partly reflects the changing spending dynamics around Christmas which led to strong sales in November".

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  • Martin McGuinness has died, aged 66
Martin McGuinness has died, aged 66

At the Belfast signing, DUP councillor and Orangeman Brian Kingston said Mr McGuinness will be associated with "appalling suffering", but also "with peaceful and democratic processes". One of the key figures of the peace process and a former senior leader of the IRA, McGuinness played a prominent role in Irish politics. Beyond that, Mandela expla...

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  • Agriculture Minister to investigate 'rotten' Brazilian corned beef
Agriculture Minister to investigate 'rotten' Brazilian corned beef

Brazilian meat exports were worth $63 million a day until last week's announcement by police of "Operation Weak Flesh", which revealed that some meatpackers had paid crooked inspectors to pass off rotten and adulterated meat as safe. Rambharat said the Ministers of Agriculture, Trade and Industry and Health have been examining the meat scandal whic...

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  • Dutch provinces oppose Akzo Nobel takeover, fear job losses
Dutch provinces oppose Akzo Nobel takeover, fear job losses

Akzo said that a proposal PPG submitted Monday to acquire it for $24.2 billion undervalues the company and would lead to job cuts. In addition, AkzoNobel said PPG would have to take on large debt to finance the acquisition and that competition authories around the world put up hurdles as well.

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  • Wall St set to open lower as 'Trump trade' fizzles
Wall St set to open lower as 'Trump trade' fizzles

The Nasdaq Composite tumbled by 1.8 percent, ending at 5,794. The Russell 2000 index of smaller companies sank 6 points, or 0.4 percent, to 1,340. DIDN'T DO IT: Shoe and athletic apparel giant Nike dropped as Wall Street wasn't impressed with its third-quarter results, which included slightly disappointing sales, or its forecasts for the curr...

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  • Keep in touch with dividend stock: NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)
Keep in touch with dividend stock: NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA)

NVIDIA Corporation is Initiated by CLSA to Underperform and the brokerage firm has set the Price Target at $115. Shares of NVIDIA Co . NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) now has a High Price Target of $145. The ex-dividend date was Wednesday, February 22nd. NVIDIA's dividend payout ratio (DPR) is presently 21.96%. In terms of market analysi...

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  • National Agriculture Day encourages people to know more about agriculture
National Agriculture Day encourages people to know more about agriculture

The event will take place at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Ask many Americans where their food comes from, and they'll answer the supermarket, while clothing comes from the mall. The school-based youth organization has more than 14,700 student members in 232 chapters across Iowa whose core mission is to prepare you...

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  • China, Israel agree to advance cooperation in many areas
China, Israel agree to advance cooperation in many areas

While in China, Netanyahu will hold meetings with President Xi Jiping and Premier Li Keqiang , as well as top business leaders. "We want to marry our technology with China's capacity", Netanyahu said at the summit. "Your decision to announce a comprehensive innovation partnership between China and Israel is a tremendously important decision, c...

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  • France's Macron passes first of three big tests
France's Macron passes first of three big tests

In a poll published on Sunday, Macron was polling slightly ahead of Marine Le Pen in the first round of the elections with 26.5% to 26%, and was projected to beat Le Pen with 64% share of the votes in the second round of the elections. François Fillon, Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron, Benoît Hamon and Jean-Luc Mélenchon then debated vigorously for...

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  • Ivanka Trump gets office in White House
Ivanka Trump gets office in White House

That meeting on Friday was the second such global workforce meeting organized by Ms. Trump, after another focusing on economic opportunities for women that came during Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's visit to the United States in February.

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  • Don't cut Meals on Wheels
Don't cut Meals on Wheels

Spokewoman Jenny Bertolette spoke with Reuters where she claimed that donations are good but do not replace regular federal aide that is needed for the program. unless we can guarantee to you that that money is actually going to be used in a proper function.' And I think that is about as compassionate as you can get".

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  • Japanese Court Awards Damages to Fukushima Residents
Japanese Court Awards Damages to Fukushima Residents

Despite official claims that the size and destructive power of the quake and tsunami were impossible to foresee, the court said the nuclear meltdown could have been prevented. A huge tsunami due to a 9.0 magnitude natural disaster smashed into the Fukushima Daiichi power plant on Japan's northeastern coast in March 2011. TEPCO did not deny resp...

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  • Saudi Arabia Cut Crude Exports in January After OPEC Agreement
Saudi Arabia Cut Crude Exports in January After OPEC Agreement

Meanwhile, West Texas Intermediate ( WTI) crude was down 35 cents to $48.43, while Brent crude lost 24 cents to $51.52 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. "They will more likely opt for income and will push to get help from non-OPEC". "A major threat to the market, whether a BAT or simple tariffs are enforced, could arise from diminish...

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  • Royal Jordanian Airlines reportedly bans all electronic devices from carry-on luggage
Royal Jordanian Airlines reportedly bans all electronic devices from carry-on luggage

On Tuesday the TSA and DHS will announce temporary restrictions on the type of electronic devices that can be carried on-board certain flights from some overseas airports to the U.S. Meanwhile people are responding to the Royal Jordanian post and seem super frustrated with the sudden rule change. The US Department of Homeland Security has dec...

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  • United States issues trade challenge at fraught G20
United States issues trade challenge at fraught G20

There is still hope among advocates of free-trade that moderate voices in the Trump administration will gain influence. Both changes came about at the behest of the U.S. However, he added that it was good for the USA as long as it was balanced. China's Finance Minister Xiao Jie noted that the BRICS, comprising of Brazil, Russia, India, China and ...

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