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Because of Cleavage, Woman Was Kicked Off a Spirit Airlines Plane

Please let her stay on. Berry said the airline intends to reach out to the woman about the confrontation. Passengers who witnessed the incident took to Facebook saying that flight attendants told the unnamed woman that "her bosom was too exposed".

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Shell, Chrysaor deal shows North Sea 'open for business', OGA says

Except at Schiehallion, where Shell will retain a 45% stake, the percentages listed above represent Shell's total interest in each of the assets. Chrysaor is acquiring a high quality package of assets which combine low cost production, a substantial reserves and resources base with strong cash flows and a highly competent and skilled workforce.

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Walmart Introduces Free 2-day Shipping

Last night, Wal-Mart announced it's scrapping its $49-per-year ShippingPass service, which launched in mid-2015 and (like Amazon Prime) provided free two-day shipping for various items. Lore commented that a fundamental level, they just don't believe in having to charge for membership. The company will offer refunds for ShippingPass membership fees.

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Why AMD Earnings Are Driving Shares Higher

At its midpoint, that would give the company revenue of $ 989 million - above market estimates $964 million. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc . In Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) latest quarter ended on 30 Nov 2016, company revealed earnings of $0.01 a share.

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Tempur Sealy terminates contract with retailer Mattress Firm

Raymond James Financial, Inc. reissued an underperform rating on shares of Tempur Sealy International in a research report on Monday. KeyBanc has downgraded Tempur Sealy Int'l (NYSE:TPX) from Overweight to Sector Weight in a report released on Tuesday January 31, 2017.

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Eurozone inflation at highest in four years

Meanwhile, unemployment in the eurozone fell to 9.6 per cent, against expectations of 9.8 per cent and down nearly a whole percentage point from last year's 10.5 per cent. Greece suffered the worst jobless rate (at 23 percent in October 2016) followed by Spain (18.4 percent). Upcoming French elections have also been a concern for the market on prospects of far-right leader Marine Le Pen creating an upset similar to the Brexit vote or Trump's election, and pushing for a French exit from ...