• Steve Wynn Steps Down as CEO of Wynn Resorts
Steve Wynn Steps Down as CEO of Wynn Resorts

Wynn's quintessential strength lies in his resort design abilities", said Gabelli & Co analyst Adam Trivison. Wynn and the company's nine remaining board members were hit with a shareholder lawsuit on Tuesday afternoon. It's not clear how much Wynn will get on his way out the door - if anything. "I have reached the conclusion I can not conti...

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  • Credit Suisse Q4 Loss Narrows
Credit Suisse Q4 Loss Narrows

Credit Suisse on Wednesday was upbeat on prospects for the year ahead, as it enters the last leg of Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam's three-year overhaul, hoping to put its third straight annual loss behind it. "We generated profitable growth in 2017". "The most pleasing thing for me has been to see that our franchise is intact and actually vibr...

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  • Federal government won't let BC delay Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Federal government won't let BC delay Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

Carr says all B.C. has done thus far is announce a plan to consult its residents about whether more research is needed, and that nothing has been done that should stop the construction of the pipeline. wines and ceased discussions on electricity with the neighbouring province. They hate pipelines as much as the B.C. NDP. It's one way to encourag...

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  • Passenger climbs into x ray machine at Chinese train station
Passenger climbs into x ray machine at Chinese train station

The weird incident occurred on February 11 at a train station in Dongguan, southern China's Guangdong Province, according to Pear Video . The woman had willingly placed her suitcases for the security check but later when it was pointed out that her handbag would be treated no differently, her reluctance transpired.

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  • Southwest Airlines flight evacuated after blaze breaks out in power unit
Southwest Airlines flight evacuated after blaze breaks out in power unit

The incident comes after a tumultuous couple of days for Southwest Airlines, which on Sunday was forced to cancel hundreds of flights from Chicago's Midway International Airport due to a shortage of de-icing fluids. However, as baggage for each passenger has to now be transferred onto other planes, Southwest has no exact time frame for when peopl...

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  • Pensacola Flower Shop Launches Valentine's Day Flowers
Pensacola Flower Shop Launches Valentine's Day Flowers

Many restaurants either don't take reservations or are already full, but you can still check a favorite restaurant to see if they have room. Forget about a thoughtful poem or a delicate dish for your loved one this Valentine's Day: if you want to impress you'll need to splash the cash - about $136 to be exact.

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  • United Kingdom inflation unchanged at 3 per cent
United Kingdom inflation unchanged at 3 per cent

The ONS reports a number of different inflation measures. If the market believed that the CPI surprise represented a trend rather than a blip, it would bid up real yields, expecting the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates in the future (expectations about the future federal funds rate are the big near-term determinant of real yields).

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  • $0.13 EPS Expected for Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (MGIC)
$0.13 EPS Expected for Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (MGIC)

About 346,758 shares traded or 14.10% up from the average. The TJX Companies, Inc. (NYSE:QTS) has declined 0.63% since February 10, 2017 and is downtrending. Sterling Ltd Liability reported 67,500 shares stake. 13,103 are owned by Delta Asset Management Tn. Massachusetts Fincl Svcs Ma holds 0% or 26,608 shares.

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  • Drones grounded at opening ceremony _ but not on tape delay
Drones grounded at opening ceremony _ but not on tape delay

The light show used Intel's Shooting Star drones , which were also featured in Lady Gaga's Super Bowl halftime show previous year, and at Intel's CES keynote back in January. However, an issue prevented the live show from ever taking flight. "We knew we'd need to understand the wind - it's very windy up here, and we had to understand the imp...

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  • Should Alberta boycott BC wine — INQUIRING REPORTER
Should Alberta boycott BC wine — INQUIRING REPORTER

Hope for the best? As such, Alberta will revisit the ban on a regular basis as it monitors the response by B.C. and the federal government. Notley expects to update Albertans on a possible legal challenge "pretty quickly", notwithstanding the fact B.C.

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  • Horgan announces minimum wage hike
Horgan announces minimum wage hike

This will be increased in stages beginning June 1, when it will rise by $1.30 to $12.65. The federation president is calling for the government to move "more decisively" when it comes to minimum wage exemptions for restaurant servers and farmworkers.

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  • Rise in United States oil rigs push Brent oil below $62
Rise in United States oil rigs push Brent oil below $62

The S&P 500 stock index fell to its lowest level since October 5. [.N] The S&P recovered to end the day higher, which helped oil bounce off session lows. The North Sea's Forties pipeline shut down briefly this week, but the outage was short lived and rates ramped up again quickly. OPEC and other producers, including Russian Federation, have cut p...

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  • Prime minister pitches Canada as tech-friendly
Prime minister pitches Canada as tech-friendly

Toronto, which has created a government-sponsored innovation hub for tech companies, was the only one of several Canadian cities that applied to make the shortlist. The panel discussion's other attendees included Bernard Tyson, chairman and chief executive officer of Kaiser Permanente; Dan Schulman, chief executive officer of PayPal Holdings Inc....

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  • McDaniels gives Patriots possible Belichick successor
McDaniels gives Patriots possible Belichick successor

Do they have any legal recourse? How does Andrew Luck factor in? One of those fires flared up again shortly before Ballard's news conference, with reports suggesting some doctors still believe quarterback Andrew Luck will require a second surgery to fix his right shoulder.

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  • E-commerce giant Amazon India set to launch its own delivery service
E-commerce giant Amazon India set to launch its own delivery service

FedEx has been mum on the topic since this news was first announced . Finally, Seaport Global Securities began coverage on FedEx Corporation in a report on Tuesday, June 6th. In other news, Director David P. Steiner sold 3,016 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction on Friday, January 5th. Following the completion of the sale, the director ...

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  • Plans for United Kingdom interest rate hike
Plans for United Kingdom interest rate hike

The bond program was also kept unchanged, in line with expectations. The MPC's latest projections for output and inflation are set out in detail in the accompanying February Inflation Report. Prices have risen sharply due to the pound's plunge after the June 2016 vote for Brexit, which simultaneously pushed up import costs, notably of food ...

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  • Stocks take another tumble, Dow dives more than 1000 points
Stocks take another tumble, Dow dives more than 1000 points

The Standard & Poor's 500 index, the benchmark for many index funds, also wavered between gains and losses. Energy companies also posted steep losses as crude prices also slumped, sending the price of oil below $60 a barrel for the first time this year.

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  • It's National Pizza Day! Money Saving Deals Offered Across Metro Detroit
It's National Pizza Day! Money Saving Deals Offered Across Metro Detroit

The most popular night for pizza delivery? There are two pizzas on the menu that include the base; one is a meat option with sausage and pepperoni and the other is a vegetarian one. The largest pizza ever made was made in Johannesburg, South Africa at the Norwood Pick 'n Pay Hypermarket. There's also a pick two deal on any pizza and Topperstix for ...

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  • Pensions - Articles - Comments on the MPC decision to maintain interest rates
Pensions - Articles - Comments on the MPC decision to maintain interest rates

The weakness of the pound and a surge in food prices continue to add to inflationary pressure in the United Kingdom, with the Bank of England is signalling a faster and steeper rise in interest rates to compensate. The bank also said they expect the British economy to grow by 1.5% yoy. However, the MPC said since then the outlook for the Unit...

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  • Airline Suggested Passenger Toilet Flush Emotional Support Hamster, Woman Claims
Airline Suggested Passenger Toilet Flush Emotional Support Hamster, Woman Claims

Aldecosea called Spirit twice several days before her flight to make sure her hamster could fly. Airline spokesman Derek Dombrowski denied the allegation that a Spirit employee recommended Aldecosea flush her hamster down the toilet. "It is incredibly disheartening to hear this guest reportedly made a decision to end her own pet's life", Dombrowk...

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