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  • Plagued by airbag recall, Takata files for bankruptcy

    Plagued by airbag recall, Takata files for bankruptcy

    The beleaguered company is under financial pressure for millions of defective air bag inflators installed in vehicles. Michigan-based-but-Chinese-backed Key Safety Systems announced separately that it would work with Takata to develop a restructuring plan allowing the US company to purchase the Japanese company's assets and operations around the world for $1.59 billion.

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  • Fed raises rates, unveils cuts to bond holdings in sign of confidence

    A local expert says the US rate hike could actually help Korea resolve its massive household debt problem, which topped a staggering 1.2-trillion USA dollars in the first quarter. In a separate report, the department announced that USA import prices declined 0.3 percent in May after increasing 0.2 percent in April, while the price index for US exports declined 0.7 percent in May following a 0.2-percent advance in April.

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  • United Airlines converts 100-jet Boeing order into 737 MAX 10s

    Southwest is an all-Boeing airline . Airbus , meanwhile, agreed a provisional $5 billion deal with low-priced carrier Viva Air for 50 A320 jets, confirming a Reuters report. Boeing is stretching its 737 in a bid to challenge the sales lead held by Airbus SE in the category of the biggest mono-aisle airliner. Airbus launched a digital services platform on Tuesday, which it said could crunch data to help airlines improve maintenance, reduce fuel burn and optimize routes.

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  • Obama slams new Republican healthcare bill

    Obama slams new Republican healthcare bill

    Last month, the House passed their version of the bill , which would strip health care from 24 million people , according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office . "Remember keep your doctor, keep your plan", the president wrote early Saturday morning . In a Twitter comment Saturday, Trump voiced optimism about passage of the Republican plan, saying, "I can not imagine that these very fine Republican Senators would allow the American people to suffer a broken ObamaCare any ...

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  • Hatch lauds president's executive order to expand apprenticeships

    On Twitter Thursday, Chris Lu, Former Deputy Labor Secretary under Obama , said Trump's executive order "is simply a funding shift from other training programs". Participants get on-the-job training while going to school, sometimes with companies footing the bill. The apprenticeship expansion is being rolled out as part of what the White House has dubbed " workforce development week ".

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  • Share your location with your friend with

    Share your location with your friend with "Snap Map" by Snapchat

    Tap the map to see their Snap. "We hope you enjoy the new Map as much as we do!" goes a portion of Snapchat's description of its new feature. The legal version of this news story can be viewed at https://transcriptdaily.com/2017/06/23/snap-inc-snap-stock-rating-reaffirmed-by-jefferies-group-llc-updated-updated-updated.html.

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  • Problems? What problems? Ronaldo on target in Portugal win

    Problems? What problems? Ronaldo on target in Portugal win

    New Zealand worldwide winger Marco Rojas has told Four Four Two that fans should lay off striker Chris Wood following his display against Mexico . "It's over, but he knows what he said to me", added Osorio when asked to repeat what was said. Osorio was keen to share the blame. "The game was rough, nearly violent on occasion, so I lost my temper".

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  • Uber Will Soon Let All Drivers Accept Tips

    Uber Will Soon Let All Drivers Accept Tips

    The expanded earnings opportunities are the first step in what Uber is billing as "180 days of change" for its US drivers. Passengers will be given some preset tip amounts to choose from, or they can enter in an amount of their choosing.

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  • Revenue Estimates Analysis Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc. (CRZO)

    Revenue Estimates Analysis Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc. (CRZO)

    The firm has "Buy" rating by Canaccord Genuity given on Thursday, June 9. The firm earned "Conviction Buy" rating on Wednesday, November 18 by Goldman Sachs. One investment analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, four have issued a hold rating and one has given a strong buy rating to the company. Therefore 78% are positive.

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  • Ford to invest $900, add more jobs in Kentucky

    Ford to invest $900, add more jobs in Kentucky

    This means that all North American Focus production will cease with the next generation of the vehicle, but American jobs will remain secure at the MI plant. "At the same time, we also have looked at how we can be more successful in the small vehicle segment and deliver even more choices for customers in a way that makes business sense".

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  • Ford to import Focus small car from China in 2019

    Ford to import Focus small car from China in 2019

    After importing initial production of the new Focus cars from China, Ford said it will later ship variants of the model from Europe. Ford said it will continue making the current Focus at Michigan Assembly Plant through mid-2018. Ford isn't going to discontinue the Focus: It's a huge seller in Europe and China, and while US sales have fallen, they're still significant. Executive VP Joe Hinrichs said the demand for SUVs has increased globally and Ford is keeping up by updating the ...

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  • Pentagon agrees to $12 billion jet deal with Qatar

    The deal was completed despite the Gulf country being criticized recently by U.S. President Donald Trump for supporting terrorism. The fighter jets will be built by Boeing and "give Qatar a state of the art capability and increase security cooperation and interoperability between the United States and Qatar ", the U.S.

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  • Clean energy target drives up costs: Govt MP

    Clean energy target drives up costs: Govt MP

    Christensen contended that approach would reduce carbon pollution. He said it was naive and unrealistic to expect the government's response to the Finkel review to "all be presented nicely tied up in a bow" given the complexity of the issue.

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  • Dollar nurses losses as Trump investigation report, weak US data overshadow Fed

    The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six major peers is higher after upbeat US economic data gave investors reason to hope the US Central Bank will stick with its plan to hike rates. The process could start "relatively soon", Fed Chair Janet Yellen said. The US central bank lifted the benchmark lending rate by a quarter percentage point and announced it would begin cutting its huge holdings of bonds and securities this year.

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  • How Silencing Kamala Harris Made Her Even Louder

    How Silencing Kamala Harris Made Her Even Louder

    In Round One, when her turn came to speak, and with only six minutes of time allotted, Harris aggressively pursued Rosenstein , asking him if he would give unlimited authority to Robert S. The veteran senator struggled to find definitive answers, and several times said he could not recall what was said. Here's the entire awkward exchange.

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  • Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

    There is still the possibility that recordings could have been created without the Secret Service's knowledge . During his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, Comey implored the president to " release all the tapes " he may have.

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  • London fire singes British politics, death toll expected to rise to 80

    Metropolitan police commander Stuart Cundy said , "We know that at least 30 people who have died". Cundy said that because the fire was so powerful there was "a risk that sadly we may not be able to identify everybody". One of those was Gloria Trevisan, a 26-year-old Italian architect who was living in London because her family was having financial difficulties at home in Italy.

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