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  • Emmys 2017: Winners Of The 69th Annual Emmy Awards

    President Donald Trump . " The Handmaid's Tale ", a drama about an authoritarian society where some found disturbing echoes in real life, was the most-honored drama on Sunday night. The things that make us different, those are our superpowers. "I thought you guys loved morally compromised antiheroes!" SNL was one of a number of shows with three statuettes as the ceremony reached the halfway point, with Kate McKinnon tearfully accepting the award for best supporting actress in a comedy ...

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  • You Can Get a Free Cheeseburger at McDonald's Today in Halton

    You Can Get a Free Cheeseburger at McDonald's Today in Halton

    To highlight this delicious/important day in the foodie calendar McDonald's will be handing out 100,000 free cheeseburgers to fast-food lovers Australia-wide. Ruby Tuesday, Inc . (NYSE:RT) - This deal offers free free cheeseburgers to customers that order a soft drink and entree. Pay $24.99 for a three-pound cheeseburger, a one-pound order of fires and endless drinks.

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  • Oracle Shares Fall on Disappointing Outlook

    Oracle Shares Fall on Disappointing Outlook

    Some Oracle Corp. investors got one big milestone they were anticipating in the company's cloud transition on Thursday, but they also got a signal that its future growth rate, at least for the next quarter, may not be as strong as they hoped.

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  • FC Köln fans descend on London ahead of Arsenal clash

    FC Köln fans descend on London ahead of Arsenal clash

    A spokesman for Arsenal said: "There are huge numbers of fans on the concourse which is making it hard for home supporters to get into the stadium". Meanwhile Arsenal issued a statement on their website warning travelling fans they risked being kicked out of the ground if they bought tickets in the sections of the Emirates reserved for home supporters.

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  • American incomes rose for second consecutive year under Obama

    American incomes rose for second consecutive year under Obama

    The share of Americans without coverage dipped to 8.8% from 9.1% the prior year. Some 28.1 million people lacked health insurance in 2016, down from 41.8 million in 2013. Poverty rates fell in the Northeast and South in 2016 but were mostly unchanged in the Midwest and West. During the 44-year period since 1973, income among women grew by roughly 30 percent as more skilled and trained women entered the market, gained experience, and were promoted to better-paying jobs.

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  • Independence Realty Trust, Inc. (IRT) Lifted to Buy at ValuEngine

    Independence Realty Trust, Inc. (IRT) Lifted to Buy at ValuEngine

    Copart Inc now has $7.49 billion valuation. The stock decreased 6.78% or $1.43 on September 8, reaching $19.66. About 170,511 shares traded. It has underperformed by 42.73% the S&P500. Investors sentiment increased to 1.93 in 2016 Q4. Its down 0.36, from 1.4 in 2016Q3. It increased, as 43 investors sold ECL shares while 275 reduced holdings.

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  • May visits Japan with 'lofty' goal of mirroring European Union trade deal

    May visits Japan with 'lofty' goal of mirroring European Union trade deal

    There's a real job to be done in the United Kingdom . One MP has told the FT that the prime minister appears to be "harbouring delusions" and that she can not win a general election . "The best scenario for us is that Britain cancels its Brexit decision", said Ichiro Hara, head of the global affairs bureau at Japan's top business lobby Keidanren.

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  • Germany on course with win over Czechs

    Germany on course with win over Czechs

    Timo Werner latched on to Mesut Ozil's fine pass to give Group C leaders Germany a fourth-minute lead, but Vladimir Darida levelled for the hosts with a 25-yard effort 12 minutes from time. Germany's success has been a solid team effort and this should be another win heading into the 2018 World Cup. Mueller, Germany's captain for the night with Manuel Neuer just back from a fractured foot, was also highly critical.

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  • Survey Shows Six-Year High In Domestic Manufacturing Growth

    Survey Shows Six-Year High In Domestic Manufacturing Growth

    Any reading above 50% indicates improving conditions. "It was a really, really strong number", Timothy Fiore, chair of ISM's Manufacturing Business Survey Committee, said on a conference call. The New Orders Index decreased 0.1 point to 60.3 in August, indicating growth for the twelfth consecutive month. Thirteen industries reported job gains, including machinery, transportation equipment, petroleum and coal products and fabricated metal products.

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  • August UK PMI Manufacturing Index Strengthens To 4-Month High Of 56.9

    August UK PMI Manufacturing Index Strengthens To 4-Month High Of 56.9

    The strongest euro exchange rate in two and a half years did little to dent demand for French-made goods as the flow of new orders and backlogs of work grew, the survey showed. The rebound suggests that India's economic growth rate, which unexpectedly slipped to three-year low of 5.7 percent in the April-June quarter from a year ago, may also improve in the current quarter.

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  • Qantas to reroute, upgrade flights

    Qantas to reroute, upgrade flights

    In addition, the QF 2/1 service will from March 25 next year use an Airbus A380 while Qantas' second daily Sydney-London service will continue to use an A330. Qantas does not disclose the commercial arrangement of its partnership with Emirates, which analysts have said was not as successful as originally anticipated five years ago.

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  • Japan trade: The way ahead

    Japan trade: The way ahead

    Theresa May got a taste of Japanese restraint and formality during a tea ceremony with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe . "Working with China is important and needs to be pursued, but I think to some extent the Trump administration has pursued it more as an outsourcing option", said Mr Hill, a former assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs.

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