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Drivers trying to figure out the sticky Bristol surface

He is a five-time victor at the track , and since joining the Cup Series, he ranks first in both dominator categories by a sizeable margin. Kurt Busch certainly knew how to get his vehicle working on the low line, and now that he's back at Bristol in a Ford for the first time since leaving Roush Racing at the end of the 2005 season, he's hoping to recapture some of that old magic.

Business

Jefferies & Co reiterated John Wood Group PLC (ADR) (LON:WG) as 'Underperform'

It has a 42.76 P/E ratio. It operates across various geographical regions, which include Europe, Asia, Middle East and North Africa, North America and Latin America. About 375,205 shares traded or 21.86% up from the average. It has outperformed by 73.85% the S&P500. Finally, Canaccord Genuity dropped their target price on shares of Dunelm Group plc from GBX 875 ($10.87) to GBX 820 ($10.18) and set a buy rating on the stock in a report on Friday, January 13th.

Business

Bebe To Close All Calif. Stores By End Of May

The retailer has been considering its brick-and-mortar plan for a while. The company previously disclosed in March that it was exploring strategic alternatives. The California-based Bebe retailer 180 stores at the end of 2016. Apparently, this store closure plan has been something that's been on the table for a while.

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Massive US bomb dead toll rise to 94

The strike in Nangarhar province near the Pakistan border killed at least 90 ISIS fighters, Afghan officials told Saturday. According to military sources, the 21,000 lb GBU-43 massive ordinance blast weapon used in the attack on Thursday was the largest non-nuclear weapon the US military has ever used in combat.

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Maria Sharapova's fate to be decided on May 15

The five-time Grand Slam victor and former world No. 1 returns to competition next week as a wild card in Stuttgart's Porsche Tennis Grand Prix . With double French Open champion Sharapova now unranked, all eyes will be on the French Tennis Federation (FFT) next month when it decides whether or not to hand the 30-year-old a wildcard into the tournament.

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United CEO got $18.7 million in compensation

The company said Friday in a regulatory filing that about $6.8 million of the total was related to a signing bonus that Munoz was promised in 2016. Munoz said this week that Dao's treatment was "humbling" for United and accepted full responsibility. The CEO's initial reaction drew scorn worldwide last week when he called the incident "upsetting" and apologised for having to "re-accommodate" the passengers who were asked to leave the plane.


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