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The tireless, impossible science of airport delays

Friday morning began with delays at New York's LaGuardia Airport. It's not unusual-New York's airports are famous balky. But this time the cause was nothing prosaic, like a snowstorm. It was manning. Due to the federal government's decommissioning, the airport did not have adequate transport safety management agents and air traffic controllers; things lowered to a stop. Then it began …

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Blue Origin breaks ground for BE-4 factory

WASHINGTON – As Blue Origin breaks the ground at a new rocket engine manufacturing plant, the company says the development of its BE-4 engine will be completed later this year. Blue Origin held a groundbreaking ceremony in Huntsville, Alabama, January 25, to formally mark the start of the construction of a plant that will be used for the construction of …

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How investors should look at the track – The Motley Fool

If you try to handicap the eternal race for eyes in the entertainment industry, you can do worse than looking at the Oscar. While the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may not do much to reward the action-adventure tent films that bring into the largest box office, they tend to deepen the quality. And the quality decreases quietly …

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Tech Giant IBM leads New Enterprise Blockchain Network with partners Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corp., PNC Bank

Tech giant IBM, a leading company blockchain provider, has announced a collaboration to build a blockchain-based healthcare ecosystem. The new network allows members to share resources and streamline payment processes, optimize claims management, maintain current and accurate provider folders, and execute effective information exchanges. Members include Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corporation and PNC Bank. Their goal is to drive …

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Southwest CEO Warns Partial Government Shutdown Could Break Airline Industry

The CEO of Southwest Airlines, Gary Kelly, warns Thursday the latest government shutdown could break the airline industry. The warning comes as Southwest reports it is already losing millions of dollars because of the showdown in Washington. Gary Kelly didn't say anything in an exclusive interview with CNBC and slammed inaction by politicians in Washington. “It's a crazy way to …

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US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall Street opens higher on optimal earnings

Jan 25 (Reuters) – US stocks were open on Friday, as optimistic corporate earnings helped curb global economic growth concerns, US government settlement and US trade negotiations uncertainty. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 133.97 points, or 0.55 percent, open to 24,687.21. S & P 500 opened higher with 15.11 points or 0.57 percent at 2,657.44. The Nasdaq Composite received …

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Starbucks crushes earnings and raises guidance (SBUX)

Associated Press / Richard Drew Starbucks beat on both the top and bottom lines. The company also raised its full-year earnings guidance. Ahead of the results, USB analyst Dennis Geiger noted two primary focuses for the coffee giant's earnings – whether its US sales momentum was maintained, and whether it could deliver strong China results amid fierce local competitions. Watch …

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Google takes Java fight against the US Supreme Court

Google announced today that it has asked the US Supreme Court to intervene in the long-standing legal battle over its use of Java in Android. "We built Android for the computer industry's long-accepted practice of reusing software interfaces that provide sets of commands that make it easy to implement common functionality – just like the computer keyboard shortcuts like pressing …

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