• Uber parks its service in Morocco
Uber parks its service in Morocco

However, the company Uber, who's emollient CEO is Dara Khosrowshahi as well as the unaware playground, i.e. the associated cities for the VC-fueled company's services, both have moved on and awakened of the disruptive playbook of the tech giant.

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  • Shipping With Amazon Coming Soon To Take On FedEx, UPS
Shipping With Amazon Coming Soon To Take On FedEx, UPS

For Amazon, starting a delivery service is relatively easy as it already has much of the needed infrastructure in place. This new third-party delivery service will be called " Shipping with Amazon ", according to a report in the Wall Street Journal The program is set to launch in Los Angeles and later expand elsewhere.

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  • Fraud-hit PNB looking to sell real estate assets
Fraud-hit PNB looking to sell real estate assets

On Thursday, central investigation agencies seized diamond and gold jewellery worth Rs 5,100 crore in nationwide searches and initiated the process for revoking Modi's passport , officials had said. The Enforcement Directorate acted after Punjab National Bank filed a case of embezzlement against Nirav Modi , his wife Ami, Nishal- brother,...

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  • The Kraft Heinz Company (NASDAQ:KHC) slips -0.98% in Friday's Pre-Market
The Kraft Heinz Company (NASDAQ:KHC) slips -0.98% in Friday's Pre-Market

Finally, Salem Investment Counselors Inc. boosted its position in shares of Kraft Heinz by 0.4% during the 2nd quarter. Market worth or Market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the price of a stock by its total number of outstanding shares.

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  • Trump administration recommends tariffs on steel, aluminum
Trump administration recommends tariffs on steel, aluminum

Nucor, the largest U.S. steel maker, climbed 4%, while U.S. Steel and AK Steel soared more than 10% apiece. As of February 15, 2018, the US had 169 antidumping and countervailing duty orders in place on steel, of which 29 are against China, and there are 25 ongoing investigations.

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  • Southwest resumes Chicago operations after de-icing breakdown
Southwest resumes Chicago operations after de-icing breakdown

A Southwest plane was forced to evacuate at California's John Wayne Airport on Monday night after a fire broke out on board, the airport said. "We will continue to work with our customers on their travel plans and apologize for any inconvenience the disruption in service has caused", a Southwest spokeswoman said Monday.

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  • US Stocks Add To Losses On Worries About Interest Rates
US Stocks Add To Losses On Worries About Interest Rates

Only last month the Dow and benchmark S&P 500 index had their best monthly gains in two years, with stocks reaching record levels on January 26, supported by the benefit of a cut in USA corporate taxes in December, rising earnings , and healthy global economic growth.

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  • Qualcomm dismisses Broadcom's latest offer - claims it still undervalues the company
Qualcomm dismisses Broadcom's latest offer - claims it still undervalues the company

If Broadcom manages to get its own people there, then its takeover bid is nearly as good as done. This, too, met with failure and resulted in Broadcom pushing forward a final offer . "After having met with most of your largest stockholders this past week, we have no doubt that this is their strong desire as well", he wrote. Broadcom welcomed the...

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  • Saucy! February 9 is National Pizza Day
Saucy! February 9 is National Pizza Day

Valid Feb. 9-13. Thank you to Brianna for this tip. As if you had any other food option on this snowy hell day, it's actually National Pizza Day! May your National Pizza Day be full of joy and, of course, delicious cheesy pizza flying through the sky.

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  • United Kingdom central bank signals rate increase in case of Brexit deal
United Kingdom central bank signals rate increase in case of Brexit deal

Bank of England Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent has spoken to calm fears after a volatile week on the stock markets - he played down the notion there were similarities with conditions before the 2008 global financial crisis. This scenario, however, will leave inflation above 2% in three years, which can be judged to increase interest rates with ...

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  • Student Claims Spirit Airlines Forced Her To Drown 'Emotional Support' Hamster
Student Claims Spirit Airlines Forced Her To Drown 'Emotional Support' Hamster

She also reportedly did not have time to arrange for someone to care for her pet while she was gone. "I was emotional. I was crying". So she did the unthinkable: she flushed her pet. Derek Dombrowski, a spokesman for Spirit Airlines , denied in a statement to The Post that any employee suggested that Aldecosea hurt or injure the critter prior to t...

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  • Credit Suisse 'volatility' fund liquidated
Credit Suisse 'volatility' fund liquidated

As European markets sank on Tuesday, the region's equivalent to the VIX - the VSTOXX - followed suit with its biggest one-day surge since the September 11 attacks in 2001. USA stocks ended Tuesday with gains after another wild trading session. Davide Silvestrini, EMEA Head of global quantitative and derivatives strategy at JP Morgan , said the s...

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  • Snapchat just did something insane. It beat expectations
Snapchat just did something insane. It beat expectations

However, net losses increased in the previous quarter , doubling to $350 million. Fortune noted that, since its public launch in March, Snap has failed to impress investors with its slowing user growth but the revamped version of the app seeks to simplify navigation and include tools that allow user to share content beyond their social circl...

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  • Analysts Upgrade/Downgrade Activity of Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD)
Analysts Upgrade/Downgrade Activity of Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD)

The stock increased or $0 during the last trading session, hitting $. About 14.21 million shares traded or 70.43% up from the average. AutoNation, Inc. The company has managed to keep price to sales ratio of 1.08 against an industry average of 3.60. Following the completion of the transaction, the executive vice president now directly owns 62,715 s...

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  • United States oil heads to Middle East in latest sign of shale's spread
United States oil heads to Middle East in latest sign of shale's spread

The 1.2-1.8 million-barrels-per-day cut in output, which was enforced from January 2017 in response to a sharp fall in crude-oil prices that hovered around $40 per barrel in late November, had some effect in driving prices higher. Brent crude futures have lost around 4.5% during the week. Japan's Inpex jumped as much as 4.7% after sliding 4.3% i...

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