Markets

Delta tries to 'normalize' as flight cancellations continue

A travel waiver has been extended through the weekend to help customers rebook without change fees if travel plans are flexible. Josh Preston, a Delta customer, said he was issued two more ticke...

by · Markets
Solar-Powered Device To Draw Water Out Of Air, Even In Deserts

Solar-Powered Device To Draw Water Out Of Air, Even In Deserts

That means water shortages affect two-thirds of the world's population. Fog harvesting requires the presence of fog, which is air at nearly 100 percent humidity, while dewing uses water conden...

by · Markets

Government: 36 Islamic State fighters killed by massive bomb

Afghanistan's Ambassador to the US, Hamdullah Mohib, said the colossal Massive Ordinance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB) was dropped after fighting had intensified over the last week. Former Afghan President H...

by · Markets
Barrie's unemployment rate improves slightly in March

Barrie's unemployment rate improves slightly in March

The retail trade , contracting in the throes of a long decline in foot traffic and sales, lost 30,000 positions. The majority of gains occurred in professional and business services and in mining. ...

by · Markets
Don't Be Fooled. The March Jobs Report Was Better Than It Looked

Don't Be Fooled. The March Jobs Report Was Better Than It Looked

Earlier today, Labor Department announced data regarding USA job growth showing signs of slowing down, while the unemployment rate is now at 4.5 percent, a almost 10-year low. Compared to a year ear...

by · Markets
Apple considers bidding for big stake in Toshiba's chip business

Apple considers bidding for big stake in Toshiba's chip business

Toshiba is the world's second biggest flash memory chipmaker but has put its chips business up for sale to make up for a write down of $6.5bn in its U.S. Until a week ago, the USA companies, Western ...

by · Markets

Delta cancels 275 more flights days after storm disruptions

When these Delta passengers couldn't make their flight, the airline instead chose to treat everyone to a bite. About 60 percent of Delta's planes use the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International A...

by · Markets

What next for United? Scorpion stings passenger on flight

Demetrio said the city could face some culpability for the situation. "So maybe my thumbnail saved me a little bit". "Seeing it on video made those emotions exacerbated", Pepper said. Thomas Demetrio ...

by · Markets
Buffett's firm selling some of its Wells Fargo shares

Buffett's firm selling some of its Wells Fargo shares

Berkshire's share had passed 10 percent because Wells Fargo has been buying back shares from the open market, boosting Berkshire's 500 million shares beyond 10 percent of the remaining shares. Warren ...

by · Markets

United States drops 22000-pound bomb on ISIL in Afghanistan

President Donald Trump has bestowed additional authority on the Pentagon in his first months in office, which the military has argued will help it defeat the Islamic State more speedily. A peace confe...

by · Markets

Insight: Easter is a time to remember great sacrafice

In his syndicated advice column published Wednesday in the Bowling Green Daily News , world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham shared why Jesus' death was more important than that of any other famo...

by · Markets

Liberals blast NDP promise of yearly $400 rent rebate in BC

When questioned about rising rates, including at B.C. Hydro, she countered by saying hydro rates are the lowest in the country. The $500 toll cap would also apply to the replaced Pattullo Bridge and...

by · Markets
United Passenger Suffered Concussion, Broken Nose, Lost Teeth, Lawyer Says

United Passenger Suffered Concussion, Broken Nose, Lost Teeth, Lawyer Says

Three Chicago Department of Aviation officers are on leave following the incident, and the airline's stock plummeted amid boycott threats. According to Dao's attorney, there is an ordinary care stan...

by · Markets

Parliament discusses GST, Finance Bill, members voice concerns

The Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) provides for compensation to the states for the loss of revenue arising on account of implementation of the GST. The bills included the Central Good...

by · Markets

Bannon's Influence Over Trump Might Be Fading

But the president is considering a range of options, including a shift in role for Bannon, who has become increasingly isolated in the White House as other power centers have grown, as well as additio...

by · Markets

Wells Fargo Rescinds Millions More From Former Execs Over Scandal

Stumpf stepped down in late October. The US bank was accused of "widespread illegal activity" and fined. The fraudulent account scandal at Wells Fargo has been making national headlines for mon...

by · Markets
4 statements by United on passenger's removal from flight

4 statements by United on passenger's removal from flight

The airline has been in damage control mode all week as it attempts to tamp down widespread criticism from a deeply troubling video of a paying passenger being forcibly removed by law enforcement offi...

by · Markets

Huizenga says Spicer's comment about Hitler was a dumb example

U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo., talks to reporters before addressing constituents during a town hall meeting in a hall on the campus of the University of Colorado Medical School late Wednesday, April...

by · Markets
Family of United passenger holds press conference

Family of United passenger holds press conference

The forceful removal of a passenger has seen the airline slammed from all directions. Munoz has also said all the passengers on the Chicago-to-Louisville flight will be reimbursed for the cost of th...

by · Markets
United incident was more terrifying than leaving Vietnam, Dao told lawyer

United incident was more terrifying than leaving Vietnam, Dao told lawyer

He suffered a concussion, a broken nose and two missing teeth when security officers forced him off the plane against his will, banging his head on armrests in the process, according to his lawyer. De...

by · Markets

Wells Fargo is the flawless example for breaking up the big banks

Shareholder advisory groups Institutional Shareholders Services and Glass Lewis have recommended the ousting of several board members. In an interview with Reuters, Sanger said the bank was not sc...

by · Markets

The Internet Had Some Thoughts on President Trump's Chocolate Cake Conversation

US President Donald Trump gave the order to strike Syria with dozens of cruise missiles "during dessert" with visiting Chinese leader Xi Jinping , he said in an interview aired Wednesday. "And he sai...

by · Markets

House of Representatives Vote to Gut Internet Privacy Rules Provokes Billboard Backlash

Cable operators, which now control broadband service to the majority of USA homes, stand to reap significant benefits from Congressional action rolling back rules that restricted oversight of their us...

by · Markets

'Charging Bull' Sculptor Says 'Fearless Girl' Violates His Rights

The statue was installed by investment firm State Street Global Advisors to highlight efforts to get more women on corporate boards. Mayor Bill de Blasio extended its permit for nearly one year as...

by · Markets

Canada's Government Introduces Bill To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

The new legislation would allow adults to buy fresh and dried cannabis, as well as seeds and plants to grow at home. The suite of bills - which would establish 18 as the minimum legal age to buy p...

by · Markets
Another United flier has bad experience, this time with a scorpion

Another United flier has bad experience, this time with a scorpion

The airline has been in damage control mode all week as it attempts to tamp down widespread criticism from a deeply troubling video of a paying passenger being forcibly removed by law enforcement offi...

by · Markets

Idlib chemical attack 'fabrication', Syria's Assad says

Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the Kremlin in Moscow , in this October 20, 2015, file photo. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday, a...

by · Markets
MOAB: U.S. Drops Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb on ISIS in Afghanistan

MOAB: U.S. Drops Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb on ISIS in Afghanistan

In this U.S. Air Force handout photo, a GBU-43/B bomb, or Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) bomb, explodes November 21, 2003 at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. "As (ISIS-Khorasan's) losses have mounted...

by · Markets

Russian Foreign Minister Says Andrea Mitchell Has Bad Manners

Shortly after Lavrov and Tillerson spoke in Moscow , Russia vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution backed by the US and allies that demanded Assad's government cooperate with an investig...

by · Markets
US hit IS in Afghanistan with largest non-nuclear bomb ever used

US hit IS in Afghanistan with largest non-nuclear bomb ever used

The US Central Command (CENTCOM) said in a press release that the strike was created to minimise the risk to Afghan and US forces conducting clearing operations in the area. A Pentagon official releas...

by · Markets

Attorneys For United Airlines Passenger Speak Out On Incident

Now, another United passenger video has emerged, showing just before the incident, when removed passenger David Dao arguing with the security officers who dragged him off of the plane from which h...

by · Markets

'Charging Bull' Is Mad At 'Fearless Girl' Statue For Violating Rights

State Street commissioned Kristen Visbal's "Fearless Girl" statute to commemorate International Women's Day in March and obtained a permit from the city to place it near the bull . "It's negative"...

by · Markets

Dybala's brace helps Juventus down lackluster Barcelona

It's not that Higuain played badly, it's just that Dybala played better. It worked like a charm early on as Juve grabbed an early lead. A home-game advantage was something PSG took for granted... "B...

by · Markets
Shaw Communications posts 13.3 pct rise in revenue

Shaw Communications posts 13.3 pct rise in revenue

SJR has been the subject of a number of other reports. The current share price indicates that stock is 0.02% away from its one year high and is moving 26.60% ahead of its 52-week low. Shaw Communicati...

by · Markets
S. Korea raises 2017 growth outlook amid trade fears

S. Korea raises 2017 growth outlook amid trade fears

With that, the central bank faces another dilemma as it narrows the gap between Korea and the USA, after the Federal Reserve raised its key rate by a 25 basis points to a range of zero.seven-five to o...

by · Markets