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SAS-ScandinaviaToMiami-092716.jpg Scandinavian Airlines will begin its service from Miami this week with services to Copenhagen and Oslo. SAS will fly three-times per week between Miami and Copenhagen and four-times per week to Oslo from Miami. The Miami-Copenhagen flights will be offered on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, while...

wallstreet3-121214_27Sep16.jpg After fluctuating early in the session, stocks moved notably higher over the course of the trading day on Tuesday. With the upward move on the day, the major averages largely offset the losses posted in the previous session.

UberGiftCards-092716.jpg Ride-hailing service Uber has launched gift cards for its service, which will make easier to help family and friends to catch a ride. Gifts cards will be available in over the next few weeks in US stores, including Walmart, Target, and CVS. Uber users will be able to get one from uber.com/gift-cards....

Ford-Trump-092716.jpg Ford Motor Co. (F) refuted claims of US Presidential candidate Donald Trump after he criticized the auto maker's decision to invest million of dollars in Mexico to build production plants. During his presidential Debate at Hofstra University, Donald Trump said that U.S. jobs were fleeing the country...

USCapitol-092716.jpg With a potential government shutdown looming, Senate Democrats voted Tuesday to block a short-term government funding bill. The Senate held two separate votes on moving forward with the stopgap spending measure but fell short of the sixty votes needed both times.

Emirates-airline-Sues-092716.jpg An Italian lawyer has filed a law suit against Emirates airline after one of his flight was 'ruined' because of an obese passenger being seated next to him. Giorgio Destro, a lawyer from Padua in northern Italy, claims the 'spillover' caused by the South African man besides him made his journey from...

WellsFargo-092716.jpg Board of Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) is reportedly considering to claw back pay from former retail-banking head Carrie Tolstedt and Chief Executive John Stumpf. According to a WSJ report, citing a person familiar with the matter, Wells Fargo & Co's board are considering to take back some stock-based compensation...

RudyGiuliani-Trump-092716.jpg While Rudy Giuliani described Monday's first presidential debate as a great victory for Donald Trump, the former New York Mayor suggested he would skip the next two debates if he were in the Republican nominee's shoes.

Disney-Twitter-092716.jpg Walt Disney Co. (DIS) has turned out to be another potential bidder to takeover Twitter Inc. (TWTR), according to a WSJ report citing people familiar with the matter. The struggling social-media service has also had preliminary discussions with Salesforce.com Inc., the report says. However, reports...

NationalInstitutesOfHealth-092716.jpg A new analysis by researchers at the NIH has found that nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is tied to lower risk of miscarriage. The risk of miscarriage was 50 to 75 percent less in women who experienced nausea or nausea with vomiting compared to those who didn't have any of these symptoms, according to the study.

GasPrices-092716.jpg The national average price of gas remained relatively stable over the past week at $2.21 per gallon. The national average price of $2.21 remained at the same level it was this time last week and last month. The national average a year ago was $2.29. According to AAA, drivers are paying the same...

wallstreet-121514_27Sep16.jpg Stocks have fluctuated over the course of the trading session on Tuesday but largely maintained a positive bias. The moderate strength on the day comes on the heels of the notable weakness that was seen in the previous session.

shellnigeria-092716.jpg Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) says it closed the Trans Niger Pipeline, which carries Bonny Light crude, because of fire caused by a militant attack last week. SPDC said the fire was spotted on the "right of way" on the Trans Niger Pipeline at Gio in Ogoni land. According...

HydrogenPoweredPassengerTrain-092716.jpg Germany, a clean-power trendsetter country, is planning to introduce hydrogen powered trains. The environment friendly "Coradia iLint" long distance passenger hydrails are expected to be operational by the end of 2017.

motorola-092716.jpg Chinese mobile maker Lenovo Group Ltd. has laid off hundreds of employees at its Motorola Mobility smartphone business. The layoffs represent less than 2 percent of the company's global workforce of about 55,000, according to Lenovo.

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