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Celebs React to United Airlines Not Allowing Leggings


One girl, about ten, was allowed to board after she changed into a dress, but the others where unable to do so. American Airlines pointed Shannon in the direction of their policy, and defended their right to refuse a passenger entry based on apparel. Read More »

U-shaped NYC skyscraper would be 'longest in the world'


Oiio told Business Insider that the firm is now seeking investments for the building design. Concepts for what is being called The Big Bend propose a slender arched structure that would measure 1.22km in length from end to end, effectively almost double the height of towers like the Burj Khalifa. Read More »

Asian shares fall after Trump healthcare setback

The dollar index, a measure of the greenback's strength against a basket of six global currencies, fell to 99.04 by 06:45 GMT, the lowest level since the immediate aftermath of Trump's election in early November. Traders said the market was divided on what the failure of Trump's healthcare bill meant for the outlook for US tax cuts and infrastructure spending. Read More »

BT fined record £42m for late installations


Openreach CEO Clive Selley said: "We apologise wholeheartedly for the mistakes Openreach made in the past when processing orders for a number of high-speed business connections". If it cannot do that then it can give notice and say it needs a little longer, and that is acceptable under the rules. In a statement, BT acknowledged the findings of the investigation, and said the fine and associated compensation payments will be treated as a specific-item charge in its accounts. Read More »

Who was David Rockefeller?


As the New York Times noted back in the 1970s , Rockefeller became embroiled in controversy when his constant trips overseas caused the bank to become less profitable, as he prioritized the bank's influence on foreign politics over its actual business dealings. Read More »

Stock's Earning Overview: Inotek Pharmaceuticals Corporation (NASDAQ:ITEK)

They now have a Dollars 10 price target on the stock. There may be various price targets for a stock. These price targets are a consensus analysis of 5 brokers. The company's market cap is $45.78 Million, and the average volume is $1.02 Million. The Average Volume of the company is 1.11 Million and P/E (price to earnings) ratio is 0, while Forward P/E ratio is 0. Read More »

China's HNA to buy stake in U.S. asset manager


The first part of the transaction is due to complete in 30 days and the second half will be implemented in the second half of 2017. The move reduces Old Mutual's share in the business from 50.8% to 25.9%; the transaction is comprised of a sale of 9.95% OMAM shares at $15.30 per share, and 15% at the price of $15.75 per share. Read More »

Hanson threatens strike over sugar dispute


Senator Hanson then urged members of parliament to ban Muslim immigration because according to the One Nation leader, their religion and ideology will eventually cause havoc on our streets. Morrison said the deal was concluded with the support of the Queensland government but said it was "ultimately. embarrassed to take action" on the issue. Read More »

South Carolina Gamecocks Defeat Florida Gators 77-70, Advance to Final Four


The fourth-seeded Gators went stone cold from 3-point range in the second half, missing all 14 of their attempts, and SC rallied to win the East Regional 77-70 on Sunday and earn the school's first trip to the Final Four. They started missing some. "And that's what we did". "If we had called a timeout, who knows what (Wisconsin coach) Greg (Gard) does and how they line up and match up and what type of defence that we see". Read More »

U.S. industrial production flat in February as utilities' output falls


Motor vehicles and parts were just shy of that mark with an increase of 0.8 per cent in the month, reversing the decline of the same amount in January. Looking more closely at the February manufacturing data, durable and nondurable goods production was up 0.6 percent and 0.4 percent, respectively. The capacity utilization rate had been expected to rise to 75.5 percent from the 75.3 percent originally reported for the previous month. Read More »

Kuldeep picks up four wickets, Australia bowled out for 300


Intent is going to be key over the next three days. Even before the final Test began in Dharamsala on Saturday, this series would have gone down as one of the best in recent memory. I was enjoying it. India captain Virat Kohli was forced to sit out the fourth and final Test against Australia in Dharamsala with a shoulder injury he had suffered in the previous match in Ranchi. Read More »

Sears says there's 'substantial doubt' it can stay in business


But its once-proud brands have mostly been forgotten by the modern American shopper. Sears executives said they are trying to raise cash by financing debt and selling off real estate, but warned those efforts may not succeed. Other retailers are on the brink too. "Beforehand the assumption might have been that Sears couldn't file or wouldn't file for bankruptcy", Joshua Friedman, legal analyst at Debtwire, told CNBC . Read More »

OPEC, non-OPEC committee recommends extending output cut by six months

The initial deal was to last six months, with the option of extending it by six months. The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and rival oil producers met in Kuwait yesterday to review their progress with a global pact to cut supplies and may discuss whether the agreement should be extended beyond June to help stabilise the market. Read More »

Both parties weigh in on future of healthcare in America


Effectively, none have found health insurance at work - the number of jobs with health insurance has not grown. People with pre-existing conditions won't be priced out of care. "The ACA is, by no means, a flawless law", Dewane said. She also noted that she knows people in the pro-life community either think the new bill is strong enough or not doing enough. Read More »

European Union to hold first Brexit summit on April 29


Prof Curtice added: "Many Remain voters would like to see an end to the less popular parts of Britain's current membership of the European Union, while many Leave voters would like to retain the seemingly more desirable parts, such as free trade, cheap mobile phone calls, and clean beaches". Read More »

WFU student NCAA Tournament watch party planned tonight


Their confidence remained strong on Saturday. They're 6-8 against the RPI top 100 and 24-9 overall after starting the season 14-0, allowing Florida Gulf Coast architect Andy Enfield to take them to back-to-back NCAA Tournaments . Wake Forest shot just 36.4 percent from the field in the first half but went 17 of 18 from the free throw line. How Wake Forest got here: Offense, offense, offense. Read More »

Sensex ends marginally higher after 200-pt rally


The sensex had gained 113.78 points or 0.39 per cent last week. After the Federal Reserve signalled that there will not be pick-up in pace of tightening interest rates going ahead in the United States also boosted sentiment in Indian equities and the rupee. Read More »

CCI cuts Coal India penalty to Rs 591 crore


In its order, the CCI noted that the empowering clause reserving the right to unilaterally terminate the fuel supply agreements without any scope of review by any independent agency is unfair on the buyers. The final order has been passed on a batch of informations filed by the Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Ltd and Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd against Coal India Ltd and its subsidiaries (Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd, Western Coalfields Ltd, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd). Read More »