• United Kingdom unemployment drops to 1.49m
United Kingdom unemployment drops to 1.49m

The rise has been fuelled by more women in full-time employment as fewer retire between the ages of 60 and 65. Pay - excluding bonuses - grew by 2 per cent in the three months to May, data from the Office for National Statistics showed, a pick-up on the 1.7 per cent increase seen the month before.

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  • Taking a Look at the Data Behind The Coca-Cola Company (KO)
Taking a Look at the Data Behind The Coca-Cola Company (KO)

A higher P/E ratio is typically indicative of positive future earnings growth and performance. The Firm provides manufacturing and assembly services ranging from the assembly of individual components to the assembly and testing of box-build electronic products.

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  • PayPal Can Now Be Used To Pay For iTunes Content
PayPal Can Now Be Used To Pay For iTunes Content

This includes purchases of apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books, as well as Apple Music subscriptions and iCloud storage. But the important thing is the love is spreading, convenience becomes top-notch across more and more markets, and security remains of the highest quality.

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  • Retailer Gymboree to shutter 350 locations nationwide
Retailer Gymboree to shutter 350 locations nationwide

Gymboree is closing about 350 stores. The company is also closing some Jack and Janie stores, but none in Central Florida. None are located in the Valley. The children's clothing retailer filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month to reduce its debt by $900 million, according to a news release .

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  • Assam's tourism ambassador Priyanka Chopra has no interest towards flood
Assam's tourism ambassador Priyanka Chopra has no interest towards flood

After Baywatch hit the screens in May, Priyanka Chopra has been shooting for her follow-up Hollywood project, A Kid Like Jake , in NY. In the many pictures shared on Instagram by her fan accounts, Priyanka is seen with actor Adam Devine ( Pitch Perfect ).

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  • Philly airport workers plan strike
Philly airport workers plan strike

The workers, who clean airplane cabins, handle baggage and assist with passengers in wheelchairs, want the companies to address concerns about pay, working conditions and safety. They're being represented by 32BJ Service Employees International Union. The workers are alleging unfair labor practices, including low wages, poor working conditions an...

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  • Trump attacks Democrats on twitter for obstructing nominees
Trump attacks Democrats on twitter for obstructing nominees

A White House handout hit Democrats for slow-walking the confirmation of Trump nominees to federal agencies and federal courts. The House and Senate have been fighting over the Russian Federation sanctions bill since it passed the Senate last month, 98-2.

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  • Burberry Posts Stronger-Than-Expected First Quarter Sales As UK Market Shines
Burberry Posts Stronger-Than-Expected First Quarter Sales As UK Market Shines

Burberry plans to save GBP50 million in the current fiscal year and at least GBP100 million the year after. Burberry posted a solid first quarter this morning of trading as Marco Gobbetti, the new chief executive, finally began in his new role.

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  • Ex-Anheuser-Busch CEO Arrested After Allegedly Trying To Fly Helicopter 'Intoxicated'
Ex-Anheuser-Busch CEO Arrested After Allegedly Trying To Fly Helicopter 'Intoxicated'

Louis, police said Tuesday. A second Swansea officer arrived and had a conversation with the pilot and field sobriety tests were performed on the pilot. Police said the prescription was for his wife. This is not your normal case that a street police officer handles. No charges have been filed against the great-grandson of Adolphus Busch , the ...

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  • Centre not being able to protect, says Mamata Banerjee
Centre not being able to protect, says Mamata Banerjee

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday expressed grief over the Amarnath terror attack and said that the BJP-led central government can not give protection to the people of the country as its only job is to divide the country on communal lines.

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  • Krispy Kreme to host deal to celebrate anniversary
Krispy Kreme to host deal to celebrate anniversary

Krispy Kreme's franchisee, Shaquille O'Neal, is celebrating 80 years of the Original Glazed doughnut by throwing a surprise birthday party with customers. So be the hero of your office, or home, and head to Krispy Kreme Friday to help them celebrate this momentous occasion! Some locations may not have the deal - to find out if a local Krispy ...

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  • Twitter hires Intuit's Ned Segal as its new CFO
Twitter hires Intuit's Ned Segal as its new CFO

Segal is also a Wall Street veteran, having spent years at Goldman Sachs. In addition, the company is granting him 794,444 shares of Twitter common stock to vest over four years and 372,223 performance-based restricted stock units that vest based on hitting certain performance targets over next four fiscal years.

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  • Oil prices jump on falling United States inventories, lower production outlook
Oil prices jump on falling United States inventories, lower production outlook

US drillers added seven oil rigs last week, marking a 24th week of increases out of the last 25. The agency also cut its 2018 price forecast for West Texas Intermediate crude, the US benchmark, to $49.58 from last month's estimate of $53.61.

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  • Donnarumma signs new contract with Milan
Donnarumma signs new contract with Milan

Having initially rejected an offer to extend his deal beyond 2018, Donnarumma performed a U-turn as the Italy global agreed a new four-year extension on Tuesday. Seen as the heir apparent to Gianluigi Buffon in the Italy team, Donnarumma featured in all 38 Serie A matches as Milan finished sixth last season.

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  • Kim Kardashian Goes Braless Because it's 2017 and Why The Hell Not
Kim Kardashian Goes Braless Because it's 2017 and Why The Hell Not

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, posted a Snapchat video of herself on Monday, July 10, to show fans some of the new items from her Kardashian Kids clothing line. 'I think you know my sisters do enough drinking to kind of fill up the whole family, ' she told Jay Leno in 2010. "In a scene shot during the first installment of Khloé...

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  • Polestar's efforts increase the Volvo XC60 T8's power 415bhp
Polestar's efforts increase the Volvo XC60 T8's power 415bhp

Polestar's racing team Cyan Racing has helped ideal the XC60 Polestar kits: claimed improvements focus on overall engine performance plus accelerator response (and off-accelerator response), the speed of gearchanges and even an enhanced ability to hold onto gears during sporty driving (it senses G-forces and holds gears when it detects high sidew...

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  • City Council to Take Final Vote on Income Tax Today
City Council to Take Final Vote on Income Tax Today

The city estimates it would raise about $125 million a year, cost $10 million to $13 million to set up, and cost between $5 million and $6 million a year to collect and enforce. There were about 11,000 individuals in Seattle with earned annual incomes of at least $250,000 in 2015, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. As the Seattle Times repo...

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  • McCain: Republican health care bill
McCain: Republican health care bill "probably going to be dead"

Their only excuse is "Well, it's complicated". The president waffled on the House bill , then backed off, then called it mean as the Senate went to work on its bill. Republican Senator Pat Toomey told CNBC's The Squawk Box Monday morning that a new version of the heathcare bill would be unveiled today, according to CNBC.

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  • Marks & Spencer On Track As First-Quarter Revenue Rises
Marks & Spencer On Track As First-Quarter Revenue Rises

Mr Rowe said the mood among shoppers on the high street was "volatile". The immediate market reaction has been to sell M&S shares on the back of this news , and the share price continues to linger below the 20-day moving average, which is a bearish sign.

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  • PepsiCo, Inc. Q2 F2017 Earnings: Shares Little Changed After Sales
PepsiCo, Inc. Q2 F2017 Earnings: Shares Little Changed After Sales

Windward Capital Management Co. The company said profit in the quarter was also helped by the sale of its 4.5 percent stake in British bottler Britvic Plc for an undisclosed amount. The total value of its holdings increased 2.8%. Vetr upgraded shares of Pepsico from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $125.54 price objective for t...

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  • Silverstone pulls pin on hosting F1
Silverstone pulls pin on hosting F1

A recent report in Reuters suggested F1 had offered to take the race over for the next five years, absorbing the annual losses of £2-3 million. A spokesman for Formula One , owned by USA -based Liberty Media , said the decision and the timing of the BRDC's announcement was regrettable.

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  • UK's Deliveroo says restricting 'gig economy' could undermine the sector
UK's Deliveroo says restricting 'gig economy' could undermine the sector

Field has previously accused gig economy companies from "free riding" on the welfare state , while the Bank of England has blamed the gig economy for wage stagnation and the Oxford Internet Institute has called for a fairtrade foundation for global gig workers.

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  • Snapchat sinks below IPO price for first time
Snapchat sinks below IPO price for first time

Summit Research reissued a sell rating and set a $17.00 price target on shares of Snap in a research note on Tuesday, March 28th. In a note to clients on Monday, Credit Suisse analyst Stephen Ju said shares of the Snapchat parent company will likely remain under pressure for the next few months, but some of its long-term headwinds could be dimi...

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  • Fed forecasts gradual rate increases, balance-sheet reduction to start this year
Fed forecasts gradual rate increases, balance-sheet reduction to start this year

Gold prices hovered near four-month lows on Tuesday and the dollar held firm on expectations of tighter U.S. monetary policy as the market awaited a speech from Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen this week. Lately the bond market has been selling off on any signs that foreign central banks might scale back on stimulus measures. A rate rise ...

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  • Twelfth Death Linked To Ruptured Takata Airbag In Honda Accord
Twelfth Death Linked To Ruptured Takata Airbag In Honda Accord

Honda says the man died in June 2016 when the airbag exploded, but they were only recently informed of the incident. Honda determined that the air bag had ruptured and notified the safety agency, the automaker said. According to a Honda spokesperson, a deceleration sensor that activates the airbags is mounted on the wall between the engine and the ...

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  • Mainstream newspapers band together to fight 'inexorable threat' from Facebook & Google
Mainstream newspapers band together to fight 'inexorable threat' from Facebook & Google

The News Media Alliance, which represents leading newspaper publishers, called on Congress for an anti-trust exemption that would allow publishers to negotiate jointly with Facebook and Google, a "duopoly" that controls distribution of much the publishers' content and dominants the digital ad market.

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  • Incident at FAA facility slows flights into DC-area airports
Incident at FAA facility slows flights into DC-area airports

BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport is in a "ground stop" because of an incident at an FAA facility in Virginia. Crews are working to ventilate the facility. BWI officials said on Twitter that the next update from the FAA would come at 10 p.m. and urged flyers to "rebook now!" At Reagan National, passengers aboard an American Airlines flight boun...

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  • Ireland had the largest 'natural' population rise in European Union a year ago
Ireland had the largest 'natural' population rise in European Union a year ago

That figure is well above the average of 10 births per 1,000 inhabitants. Overall, Ireland's population is said to have increased by more than 50,000 a year ago, while a whopping 5.1 million babies were born throughout the European Union.

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  • New Rule Opens Credit Card Companies, Banks To Class-Action Suits
New Rule Opens Credit Card Companies, Banks To Class-Action Suits

The rule would apply to institutions that sell financial products including bank accounts and credit cards. "The CFPB's brazen finalization of the arbitration rule is a prime example of an agency gone rogue", said Lisa Rickard, the president of the U.S.

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  • Nevada Regulators Will Consider Emergency Pot Distribution Rules
Nevada Regulators Will Consider Emergency Pot Distribution Rules

That must be done by alcohol wholesalers, which were given exclusive rights to distribute marijuana as a compromise to a liquor industry that was anxious pot sales would cut into profits. "Unless the issue with distributor licensing is resolved quickly, the inability to deliver product to retail stores will result in many of these people losing the...

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