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Money Florida man charged after trying to steal American Airlines jet from airport
Author: 0 Florida man charged after trying to steal American Airlines jet from airport

The incident started with the man driving to a curb outside the airport, leaving his vehicle running, and then hopping a fence and boarding an Airbus 321 American Airlines aircraft sitting in a maintenance facility, Booker said . He later returned legally with his Canadian passport, Gillespie said. Shortly after, police arrived and took Sankat into custody. It also quickly made global headlines as media houses initially felt it may have been a possible terrorist threat, as he was only ...

Money Tilray shares go on wild ride on second day after export approval
Author: 0 Tilray shares go on wild ride on second day after export approval

Another drug company, UK-based GW Pharmaceuticals, has already received approval from the FDA for the cannabis-based drug Epidiolex to treat seizures. Tilray shares are up 41.55% ahead of Wednesday's opening bell. "It's a really big milestone for Tilray and also just for the whole industry", said Catherine Jacobson, Tilray's director of clinical research.

Money People Are Not Fans of These $530 'Crumply' Distressed Sneakers
Author: 0 People Are Not Fans of These $530 'Crumply' Distressed Sneakers

Nordstrom responded, invoking "subjective tastes" to justify its decision to carry the taped-up sneakers. In other words, the shoes look as though they're dirty and falling apart. The company did not immediately reply to HuffPost's request for comment. Internet is filled with many odd and weird things and sometimes weird things get famous, the same happened to a pair of tattered " Superstar Tape Sneaker " which went viral on internet.

Money Comcast beats Fox in Sky auction with $39 billion bid
Author: 0 Comcast beats Fox in Sky auction with $39 billion bid

United States cable giant Comcast has placed a higher bid than Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox in Saturday's blind auction for European TV operator Sky, the British takeover regulator said. But by paying such a general price for a satellite television business like, which itself is prey to the disruptive forces of the video streaming services, Comcast looks to the increasing its exposure to a model already under threat.

Money Iran Warns It Will Veto OPEC Decisions Harming Its Interests
Author: 0 Iran Warns It Will Veto OPEC Decisions Harming Its Interests

Oil prices rose on Friday ahead of a meeting of oil cartel Opec and other large crude exporters that will focus on production increases as USA sanctions restrict Iranian exports. Crude inventories fell by 2.1 million barrels in the last week, compared with analysts' expectations for an decrease of 2.7 million barrels. While Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation have recently boosted output to compensate, it's unclear whether they're willing or able to offset all the losses from Iran .

Money Uber is in early talks to buy Europe's Deliveroo
Author: 0 Uber is in early talks to buy Europe's Deliveroo

Under CEO Dara Khosrowshahi , Uber has redoubled its efforts around food delivery ahead of a planned 2019 IPO. A bid for London-based Deliveroo , which was last valued at more than US$2 billion, would mark a major attempt by Uber to dominate the food delivery business in Europe.

Money Cathay Pacific spells own name wrong on new plane
Author: 0 Cathay Pacific spells own name wrong on new plane

An existing Salesforce Sales Cloud and Service Cloud customer since 2014, Cathay Pacific's digital transformation is spurred by the vision to cater to the evolving needs of its customers in order to increase its competitiveness in the airline industry.

Money Emirates seeks Etihad takeover, says Bloomberg
Author: 0 Emirates seeks Etihad takeover, says Bloomberg

Emirates is already the world's biggest airline on global routes and ranks fourth overall, according to IATA, behind the top three USA carriers. Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways , today announced a much-anticipated refresh of its global freighter network that will be implemented commencing 1 October, 2018, marking a key milestone in its strategy to simplify its route network and maximise freighter-to-bellyhold flows.

Money Iran says Europe offers new trade proposals amid USA sanctions
Author: 0 Iran says Europe offers new trade proposals amid USA sanctions

The US' sanctions on the import of Iranian petroleum products will be effective from November 4. India will settle payments for Iranian oil using rupees through local banks starting in November as USA sanctions will make it hard to settle trades through European banks, two industry sources said on Thursday.

Money Sky takeover battle to be settled in weekend auction
Author: 0 Sky takeover battle to be settled in weekend auction

The Takeover Panel said the first round of the auction will take place on Saturday, with Fox firing the gun on proceedings, as it now has the lowest bid. If Comcast takes over Sky, it will become the biggest pay TV provider in the world, with around 52 million customers after adding Sky's 23 million subscribers.

Money Dow hits record high as trade fears wane
Author: 0 Dow hits record high as trade fears wane

The Dow and S&P 500 were on course to set record highs from the get-go Thursday as investors pored through a batch of economic data. The Federal Reserve, which has raised short-term rates twice this year to a range of 1.75 percent to 2 percent, is nearly certain to increase rates another quarter of a percentage point at its September 26 meeting.

Money Tesco launches new stores in discount fightback
Author: 0 Tesco launches new stores in discount fightback

The discount chain is named after Tesco's founder, Jack Cohen, who created the business almost 100 years ago. Up to 15 stores will open over the next year, with five existing Tesco properties being repurposed and the remainder being new outlets.

Money Audi e-tron ready for road
Author: 0 Audi e-tron ready for road

According to the carmaker, since the summer of 2016, the plant has extensively rebuilt its body shop, paint shop and assembly line, and has set up its own battery assembly unit in a former logistics unit next to it. All EVs, not just Audi vehicles, will have access. But that belies a critical development that was introduced to the EV market last night: greater reliability.

Money Barclays resolves problems which left customers struggling to log in
Author: 0 Barclays resolves problems which left customers struggling to log in

A TECHNICAL glitch that affected thousands of customers of a major high street bank has now been resolved. The banks' ATM network and telephone banking was not impacted at any stage. While others can access the portal but are unable to log in. The problem comes just months after a prolonged period of IT troubles left TSB customers locked out of their bank accounts.

Money Walmart warning it'll raise prices as Trump's China tariffs kick in
Author: 0 Walmart warning it'll raise prices as Trump's China tariffs kick in

The White House this week escalated President Donald Trump's trade war , adding tariffs of 10 percent on another $200 billion on imported Chinese goods effective September 24, ahead of the busy holiday shopping season. Ma met Trump two years ago and laid out Alibaba's plan to bring small US businesses onto its platform to sell to Chinese consumers. China retaliated in response to Mr.

Author: 0 Japan’s oil refiners temporarily halt Iranian loadings on sanctions threat -PAJ

France and Germany, two European countries which are still part of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran are working out a payment mechanism that will not include the USA dollar in financial transactions with Tehran. It is now seeking support from allies to cut Iranian oil imports to zero soon after the sanction on the petroleum sanction commences in November. It was India's second biggest supplier of crude oil after Saudi Arabia till 2010-11.

Author: 0 Trump bullies OPEC...again

OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia is caught between a rock and a hard place, seeking to prevent prices from rising far above $80 a barrel ahead of the congressional elections while fending off doubts over its ability to compensate for a drop in Iranian supply.

Money Tesco's new discount chain Jack's takes on Aldi and Lidl
Author: 0 Tesco's new discount chain Jack's takes on Aldi and Lidl

Shares in Tesco were up 0.5 percent at 1515 GMT. The latest figures by Kantar Worldpanel, for the three months to 9 September found that Aldi and Lidl had grown their respective market shares to 7.6 per cent and 5.5 per cent respectively, while Tesco remains the biggest player with 27.4 per cent.

Money Iran says oil market held 'hostage' by Saudi Arabia, Russia
Author: 0 Iran says oil market held 'hostage' by Saudi Arabia, Russia

Iran remains "a very important exporter of oil ", said the chief of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. China said it had no choice but to retaliate against new USA trade measures after Trump imposed 10 per cent tariffs on about $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.

Money MP Leona Alleslev, who left the Liberals for the Tories
Author: 0 MP Leona Alleslev, who left the Liberals for the Tories

Haluza said Alleslev's decision is one he and countless Liberal volunteers are struggling to understand, especially after they gathered more than 100 signatures in the spring to ensure she could fly the Liberal flag in 2019. She had a more impressive resume than Trudeau owned prior to becoming PM. "She will be a strong asset". So why does Alleslev believe Trudeau and the Liberals are the wrong ones to confront this storm? Trudeau and his cabinet ministers have learned the consequences of ...

Money EU pushes for October Brexit agreement, but threatens no deal
Author: 0 EU pushes for October Brexit agreement, but threatens no deal

Maintaining an open border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland has been one of the thorniest issues in the Brexit negotiations. In response, May said Britain was preparing to leave the bloc without an agreement on the terms of its departure unless there is a proposal it deems acceptable.

Money Amazon launches Storefronts for U.S. businesses
Author: 0 Amazon launches Storefronts for U.S. businesses

In case you weren't aware, Amazon has put a ton of pressure on brick-and-mortar businesses by undercutting them on price, sometimes with its own Amazon-branded products. It will also feature the small businesses in a marketing campaign. Storefronts categories include books, travel, grocery, jewelry and pet supplies.

Money Audi unveils an electric SUV and it's taking deposits now
Author: 0 Audi unveils an electric SUV and it's taking deposits now

It is among a volley of electric vehicles coming from Volkswagen AG brands, along with other European premium brands consisting Mercedes-Benz, BMW , Volvo Cars and Jaguar Land Rover. That technology can't come to the USA until receiving approval from federal regulators. During the evening of Monday, Sept. 17, a total of 850 Intel drones played a critical role in a grand multi-media experience that greeted 1,600 guests from around the world as they traveled by boat from the Embarcadero ...

Money Amazon considering opening 3,000 cashierless Go stores, report says
Author: 0 Amazon considering opening 3,000 cashierless Go stores, report says

The convenience store concept, which works with its own app, allows customers to shop without having to wait in checkout lines. The first Go store opened to the public in January at Amazon's Seattle headquarters, following more than a yearlong test run open only to employees.

Money China's Alibaba doubles down on chips amid cloud computing push
Author: 0 China's Alibaba doubles down on chips amid cloud computing push

The billionaire owner of China's largest online shopping portal made the headline-grabbing promise to Mr Donald Trump previous year, as Beijing courted the then-newly elected president. "You may win the battle, but you lose the war", Ma added, speaking at Alibaba's investor day event in Hangzhou, per Reuters . He added US tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of Chinese products could prompt the country to export elsewhere.