• JC Penney Holding On To Strong Gain In Afternoon Trading
JC Penney Holding On To Strong Gain In Afternoon Trading

C. Penney Company, Inc. now shows a Weekly Performance of 7.84%, where Monthly Performance is -20.98%, Quarterly performance is -30.03%, 6 Months performance is -39.56% and yearly performance percentage is -67.11%. Adjusted earnings were $1.53 per share. Bank of New York Mellon Corp's holdings in J.C. Penney were worth $31,781,000 at the end of th...

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  • Yahoo, Equifax apologize with fixes. Congress doesn't buy it
Yahoo, Equifax apologize with fixes. Congress doesn't buy it

Some of the most pointed questioning came from Thune when he asked Mayer how the company for so long failed to recognize that data for all 3 billion of its user accounts were compromised. Mayer said Yahoo still doesn't know exactly hackers breached all of its users, and isn't sure what flaws it needs to fix. She said "really aggressive" pursuit o...

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  • Koenigsegg beats Bugatti to title of world's fastest auto
Koenigsegg beats Bugatti to title of world's fastest auto

On Saturday, factory driver Niklas Lilja reached 277.9 miles per hour (447.1km/h) in one of the company's Agera RS hypercars. The hypercar was driven on two runs in opposite directions of an 11-mile stretch of closed public highway between Las Vegas and Pahrump.

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  • Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. (The) (EL) Releases Q2 Earnings Guidance
Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. (The) (EL) Releases Q2 Earnings Guidance

Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania School Empls Retrmt has invested 0.02% of its portfolio in Estee Lauder Companies Inc (NYSE:EL). 09/07/2017 - Estee Lauder Companies, Inc . Putnam Invests Ltd Liability Corporation holds 0% of its portfolio in Estee Lauder Companies Inc (NYSE:EL) for 4,379 shares. The firm also recently announced a quarterly di...

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  • Singapore Passport World's Most Powerful, India Improves Its Ranking
Singapore Passport World's Most Powerful, India Improves Its Ranking

This is the first time the passport of an Asian country is named the most powerful. A general view of a Singapore passport. But, how does the index, developed by global financial advisory firm Arton Capital, work and why does India fare so poorly? Philippe May, managing director of Arton Capital's Singapore office, said the ranking "is a ...

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  • Officers Fired in United Incident
Officers Fired in United Incident

Inspector General Joseph Ferguson's office revealed the disciplinary action in its quarterly report on Tuesday. They were identified only as an aviation security officer and a sergeant. In July, it decided the Chicago Police Department would respond to airport disturbance calls over security officers. The Aviation Department is also subsequen...

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  • Flight 666 Safely Arrives In HEL On Friday The 13th
Flight 666 Safely Arrives In HEL On Friday The 13th

Finnair has chosen to retire the official flight number, AY666, for the past 11 years, AY666 has flown to HEL 21 times on Friday the 13th, a spokesperson for the airline said to The Telegraph . According to the delighted Helsinki Airport, that's 13 doubled. But for flying professionals, the flight with the bravest passengers in the sky is just...

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  • TransCanada Ends Two Pipeline Projects, Citing 'Changed Circumstances'
TransCanada Ends Two Pipeline Projects, Citing 'Changed Circumstances'

Realizing that Energy East would never be allowed if its full climate impact was accounted for, TransCanada has walked away from the project. Calgary-based TransCanada said it's abandoning the project after a careful review of changed circumstances.

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  • Las Vegas Shooting: What We Know About Marilou Danley
Las Vegas Shooting: What We Know About Marilou Danley

Before the Las Vegas attack, a man named Stephen Paddock booked rooms in a Chicago hotel that overlooked the site of the August Lollapalooza music festival, a spokeswoman for Chicago's Blackstone Hotel said in an e-mail. Lombard said his client was cooperating fully with authorities. An FBI official in Las Vegas said no one has been taken...

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  • UPS, FedEx stocks fall after report of Amazon testing new delivery service
UPS, FedEx stocks fall after report of Amazon testing new delivery service

While Bloomberg said this development doesn't necessarily cut UPS and FedEx out, Wall Street's reaction to the news, which caused shares for the delivery giants to tumble, suggests the move is expected to have negative effects on their businesses.

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  • USA expels 15 Cuban diplomats
USA expels 15 Cuban diplomats

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson added that the expulsions were happening "due to Cuba's failure to take appropriate steps to protect our diplomats in accordance with its obligations under the Vienna Convention". Though bona fide diplomats have also been affected, it wasn't until U.S. spies, working out of the embassy under diplomatic cover, re...

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  • South Korea expects in mid-October, the provocations from the DPRK
South Korea expects in mid-October, the provocations from the DPRK

There Are 25 million people living in Seoul, just 35 miles from the North Korean border. "Since the United States declared war on our country, we will have every right to make countermeasures, including the right to shoot down the U.S. Pyongyang conducted its sixth and largest nuclear test on Sept 3 and has launched dozens of missiles this year a...

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  • South Korea expects more North Korea provocations mid-October
South Korea expects more North Korea provocations mid-October

The reaction came in response to the U.S.' recent military intervention in North Korea . Dunford said Pyongyang will have a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile "soon", and it was only a matter of a "very short time". Calls for Twitter to curtail Trump's use of the platform are not new. "We hope the USA and North Korean politicians...

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  • Labour embroiled in fresh anti-Semitism row
Labour embroiled in fresh anti-Semitism row

Mandatory bond-for-share swaps, approved by Parliament, would compensate the private firms involved, but would be far cheaper than the GBP200 billion cost to the taxpayer of continuing to pay out on the contracts over the decades to come. Activists were also claimed to have cheered calls for Jewish and pro-Israel groups to be expelled from the part...

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  • Abe cites 'national crisis' in calling an early election
Abe cites 'national crisis' in calling an early election

In parallel to the announcement of the dissolution of the lower house of parliament on 28 September, Abe unveiled Tokyo's supplementary budget for the current fiscal year, as was standard practice. "Can we continue letting [the existing lawmakers] handle politics?" "Japan is facing a hard time considering the situation in North Korea". Despite ...

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  • Krul to be Kind - Dutch Goalkeeper Tim Krul Signs for the Seagulls
Krul to be Kind - Dutch Goalkeeper Tim Krul Signs for the Seagulls

The 24-year-old Nigeria global joined the Etihad Stadium outfit from Austrian Wien this summer after notching 17 goals in 33 games in the Austrian Bundesliga last campaign. "It's not being detrimental to anybody, but there are a group of six or seven teams that are going to be more hard to get results against", Hughton said .

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  • Ryanair's O'Leary Apologizes For Mass Cancellations
Ryanair's O'Leary Apologizes For Mass Cancellations

Ryanair said it was working to find solutions for the thousands of affected passengers, but also indicated that it would not be willing to place them on a suitable flight on a different carrier. Despite Monday's apology given by chief executive Michael O'Leary, with promises of compensation, Ryanair customers have expressed outrage over the cance...

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  • Ryanair pilots: No thanks to €12000 bonuses for working backlogged holiday days
Ryanair pilots: No thanks to €12000 bonuses for working backlogged holiday days

This new development comes at a time when there growing news reports of pilots trying to re-negotiate their contracts with the airline and discussing the possibility of "mass sick days". Ryanair's O'Leary has told shareholders that 75% of passengers with cancelled flights have been rebooked and refunded. Pilots are not treated as the highly trai...

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  • Dollar trades sideways as investors await Fed's policy signals
Dollar trades sideways as investors await Fed's policy signals

In Europe, the Stoxx 600 Index ended Friday with a slide of 0.3 percent from the previous day's close. Analysts said the market will also be looking for clues of whether the Fed will raise rates in December. Financial stocks benefited from a rising U.S. Treasury yields, with the yield on benchmark 10-year notes at 2.222 percent. The oil ref...

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  • Cereal maker Post buying Bob Evans Farms in $1.53B deal
Cereal maker Post buying Bob Evans Farms in $1.53B deal

Annual EPS Growth of past 5 years is -18.40%. 06/25/2015 - Bob Evans Farms, Inc . was upgraded to "buy" by analysts at Miller Tabak. Sidoti initiated it with "Buy" rating and $60 target in Wednesday, May 11 report. Hedge funds have recently bought and sold shares of the stock. About 4.52M shares traded or 1250.40% up from the average. Followin...

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  • Google could make a billion-dollar bet on Uber's biggest competitor
Google could make a billion-dollar bet on Uber's biggest competitor

The investment, which hasn't been finalized, could be as much as $1 billion, according to Bloomberg . Google's funding of Lyft is notable however, because its self-driving vehicle division Waymo is now locked in a bitter legal dispute with Uber .

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  • Oil hits $50 as it nears the August high. A few questions
Oil hits $50 as it nears the August high. A few questions

East Coast total motor gasoline inventories in the week ending September 1, 2017 fell by 2.2 million barrels, or 3.5%, compared with the previous week. Harvey, which first trampled communities in South Texas at landfall August 25 and then flooded the Greater Houston area as it stalled on the Gulf Coast, caused substantial electricity outages, as p...

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  • Volkswagen Group to offer electric versions of every model by 2030
Volkswagen Group to offer electric versions of every model by 2030

Dieter Zetsche, his counterpart at Daimler AG, said he regrets that consumers have lost trust in diesel. "We need to improve profits considerably in the USA", he said, as the automaker prepares for "the next phase" of electric, connected and autonomous vehicles.

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  • China Fossil Fuel Deadline Shifts Focus to Electric Cars
China Fossil Fuel Deadline Shifts Focus to Electric Cars

Such a plan, he added, would "certainly bring profound changes for our auto industry's development". Chinese authorities plan to ban the production of cars with petrol and diesel engines. France is also committed of phasing out fossil fuel cars by July 2040 . China is also planning to introduce a credit system for automakers. The ban wo...

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  • Google appeals against 2.4-billion euro fine in European Union court
Google appeals against 2.4-billion euro fine in European Union court

A court battle between Brussels and Google could take years to resolve and adds to an increasingly bitter row between the U.S. giant and European countries. Margrethe Vestager, the EU's competition commissioner had said that Google's activity was "illegal under European Union antitrust rules". "And most importantly, it denied European consumers a...

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