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Etihad Names Gammell as Interim Chief With Hogan Leaving July 1

Etihad Names Gammell as Interim Chief With Hogan Leaving July 1

Gammell joined Etihad in 2009 and has led the airline's people strategy. Ray Gammell , Etihad's chief people and performance officer, will assume his full responsibilities as interim CEO immediatel...

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Newell Brands Ups Forecast Amid Q1 Earnings Beat

Newell Brands Ups Forecast Amid Q1 Earnings Beat

Newell's "Live" unit that includes core products such as appliances and food storage - its biggest business by sales - reported pro-forma sales growth of 2.7 percent in the first quarter ended March...

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David Davis: We won't be bullied on Brexit

Earlier this week, Theresa May accused the European Union of seeking to influence the result of the United Kingdom general election through threats. Juncker's speech came at the end of a week which ...

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Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE:WFC) & Regions Financial Corp (NYSE:RF)

Wells will now cover all customers affected going back to May 1, 2002. Wells Fargo has been battling the fallout from its sales practices since the fall. At the meeting, shareholders, current and fo...

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Cousins Properties Incorporated (CUZ) Closed at $8.53

Separately, Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of Cousins Properties from a "sell" rating to a "hold" rating in a research note on Monday, January 9th. The business also recently disclosed a qu...

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'Horrifying' execution of U.S. inmate: lawyer

'Horrifying' execution of U.S. inmate: lawyer

This state lawsuit is different, Williams' lawyers argue, because it "raises as-applied challenges unique to Plaintiff in light of his personal medical conditions and in light of the disturbing events...

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What C919 means to China jet industry and domestic airlines

While the C919 is part of China's goal to break into the Western-dominated global aviation industry, U.S. experts believe the new Chinese-made passenger planes pose no threat to companies like Boeing ...

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Berkshire Hathaway events continue, Buffett set for TV interviews

Berkshire owns about 10 percent of Wells Fargo's stock. Warren Buffett, the billionaire chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., assured shareholders that they'll be fine aft...

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Public Optimism on U.S. Economy, Yet No Spending

Public Optimism on U.S. Economy, Yet No Spending

As a result, weaker auto sales could be a modest drag on growth through much of the year. The GDP estimate is the first of three for the quarter, with the other releases scheduled for May and June w...

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Hardline Conte tells Chelsea to go for the kill

Hardline Conte tells Chelsea to go for the kill

He now faces the hard task of raising his players for the next game, the little matter of the visit of Manchester United, and the last fixture to be hosted by White Hart Lane prior to its redevelopmen...

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ICI, credit unions support committee passage of Financial Choice Act

Senate. Republicans probably have the votes, in the House at least, to pass the Choice Act . To become law, H.R. 10 must still receive a majority of votes in the House and, likely a more daun...

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Cook remains optimistic on China despite Q2 revenue decline

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Trump to Renegotiate NAFTA

Trump to Renegotiate NAFTA

In what the White House described as "pleasant and productive" phone calls with President Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada , Mr Trump said he would quickly...

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Fed holds key interest rate steady, downplays recent weak economic data

The New Zealand dollar declined as the US Federal Reserve gave an assessment of US economic growth that was in line with expectations, keeping open the prospect of another hike to US interest rates in...

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Bill Shorten admits his new 'Australians First' ad was a 'bad oversight'

Bill Shorten admits his new 'Australians First' ad was a 'bad oversight'

Following a backlash on social media, Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese fronted journalists in Canberra on Monday to blast the campaign. "This is terrible, just bad", wrote Greens Senator Sarah Ha...

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Oil prices tank on investor fears over further OPEC cuts

Oil prices tank on investor fears over further OPEC cuts

What has proved to be a double whammy for OPEC is the fall in worldwide commodity markets triggered by recent Chinese manufacturing surveys. Oil prices have fallen sharply along with other commo...

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Ready to change name of CPEC if it bothers India: Chinese envoy

New Delhi has not yet committed its support to the OBOR, mainly because it is opposed to one of its key components - China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Speaking at the same forum after Jaitley, ...

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North Korea claims Central Intelligence Agency plot to kill Kim Jong

North Korea claims Central Intelligence Agency plot to kill Kim Jong

North Korea accused American and South Korean intelligence services on Friday of plotting to assassinate Kim Jong-un with "biochemical substances", a move it characterized as a "last-ditch effort" of ...

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Sage of Omaha Warren Buffett eyeing benefits of Trump tax cut

Still, Buffett is uncomfortable with keeping so much of Berkshire's cash parked on the sidelines, and acknowledges that the pressure is on to figure out whether to spend it-likely on a major acquisiti...

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U.S. employment up in April, jobless rate falls to 4.4%

U.S. employment up in April, jobless rate falls to 4.4%

The Fed increased its benchmark interest rate a quarter of a point during its March 14 meeting, which was the second such increase in three months. "We have seen a steady increase in anecdotal evi...

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