United Airlines has announced it will not accept bulk shipments of rechargeable lithium batteries, citing safety concerns.
United Airlines becomes the second major airline in the U.S. to stop accepting bulk shipment of lithium batteries, after Delta Air Lines made a similar announcement last month.
An online documentary by a Chinese journalist providing insight into the alarming level of smog in her country has attracted millions of views and led to wide-ranging debates among netizens.
A nurse from Dallas, Texas has sued the parent company of the hospital she worked for, alleging that the hospital failed to provide required training to deal with Ebola virus because of which she contracted the deadly disease last fall.
Nurse Nina Pham had contracted the Ebola virus while providing...
Automakers said Tuesday that their U.S. vehicle sales rose in February, but at a slower rate due to inclement winter weather that affected most part of the country. The gains were mostly driven by strong truck sales thanks to an improving economy and stronger job market. General Motors, FCA US and Toyota all reported higher vehicle sales for the month, while Ford reported a 2% sales drop.
After ending the previous session sharply higher, stocks have shown a significant move back to the downside during trading on Tuesday. The major averages have moved steadily lower for much of the session, sliding firmly into the red.
Hillary Rodham Clinton solely used her own personal email account to conduct government business while serving as Secretary of State, in possible violation of federal rules.
In a story first reported by the New York Times Monday night, Clinton had no government email address during her four-year tenure...
Tinder has launched a premium version of its popular dating app called Tinder Plus, which will cost users $9.99 each month, and double if they are over 30.
In the U.S., Tinder Plus costs users $9.99 a month for users under 30 years, and $19.99 if users are over 30.
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Stocks have moved mostly lower in early trading on Tuesday, giving back some ground after ending the previous session notably higher. After moving lower at the open, the major averages have subsequently slid more firmly into negative territory.
European soft drinks and fruit juices bottler Refresco Gerber is pursuing initial public offering in Amsterdam to support its future growth. The firm which has been owned by private equity plans to list on Euronext.
Automaker FCA US LLC, owned by Italy-based Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, said it is voluntarily recalling all the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT coupes and Dodge Charger SRT sedans equipped with 6.2 liter V-8 engines, known as the Hellcats, citing possible fire risks due to leakage from hose seals.
Rush to IHOP Restaurants for a short stack of free Buttermilk pancakes. IHOP is today giving off free pancakes across their outlets in the U.S. in return for a donation for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals or other designated local charities. The breakfast chain said, "guests from around the country will celebrate a "Decade of Giving."
A new study shows that teens are able to easily buy e-cigarettes Online despite age restrictions. Teens could successfully have the nicotine-free e-cigarettes delivered to their doorsteps 94 percent of the time. Meanwhile, the sales of e-cigarettes, or vaping smokes, to young people under age 18 are already banned in a total of 41 states in the U.S.
Automotive parts retailer AutoZone, Inc. on Tuesday reported a 10 percent increase in profit for the second quarter from last year, reflecting higher inventory on increased product placement and new stores. Both revenue and earnings per share for the quarter beat analysts' estimates.
Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy Co., Inc. reported Tuesday a profit for the fourth quarter that surged 77 percent from last year, reflecting improved margins and revenue growth. Adjusted earnings per share from continuing operations topped analysts' expectations, while quarterly revenues missed their estimates.
Following the strength seen in the previous session, stocks may give back some ground in early trading on Tuesday. The major index futures are currently pointing to a lower open for the markets, with the Dow futures down by 41 points.