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Flight to Houston diverted after disruptive passenger – KTRK-TV

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This article was originally published on this site CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (KTRK) — A disruptive passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Houston forced the flight to be diverted Sunday afternoon. A statement from the airline read that the captain of flight 4519 decided to land at Corpus Christi International Airport after…

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You might not have heard of China's top stocks – but that's about to change – Telegraph.co.uk

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This article was originally published on this site Gree Electric, Zhejiang Supor Cookware, Fuyao Glass. If you know much about any of these three companies, I take my hat off to you. Gree is the market leader in air conditioning in China. Zhejiang is the country’s largest manufacturer of pressure cookers, blenders and other small…

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The Latest: SpaceX launches satellites from California base – Financial Post

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This article was originally published on this site LOS ANGELES — The Latest on a satellite launch from California (all times local): 1:35 p.m. SpaceX has succeeded in landing a Falcon 9 first-stage booster on a vessel in the Pacific after a launch from California. The rocket lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base at…

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Southwest Flight To Houston Diverted For 'Disruptive' Passenger – Patch.com

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This article was originally published on this site A Southwest Airlines flight en route from Los Angeles to Houston had to make an emergency landing at Corpus Christi International Airport in Texas due to a disruptive passenger who witnesses on board the plane say was trying to open the emergency exit. The plane, Southwest 4519,…

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A boom in midair — then 90 scary minutes on a plane that shook 'like a washing machine' – Washington Post

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This article was originally published on this site A Malaysia-bound AirAsia X flight that departed June 25 from Perth, Australia, shook violently for 90 minutes before returning to Perth. The incident was due to “a technical issue,” according to a Perth Airport spokesman. (Instagram/maesaya) Whatever went wrong in the air off Australia’s west coast Sunday, it…

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Risk Alert in Option Market: Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals Inc Implied Price Swing Hits An Extreme High – CML News

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This article was originally published on this site Risk Alert: Before we dive into any analysis we simply note that Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:ARWR) risk is at an extremely elevated level. We’ll detail it below — but that’s the lede — the option market is flashing a neon sign that reads “risk is here” with…

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Takata expected to file for bankruptcy in Japan and the US – USA TODAY

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This article was originally published on this site Troubled air bag maker is expected to file for bankruptcy protection early Monday.(Photo: Shizuo Kambayashi, AP) DETROIT — Drowning in a sea of lawsuits and recall costs, Japanese air bag maker Takata Corp. is expected to seek bankruptcy protection in Tokyo and the United States early Monday….

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The Amazon-Whole Foods deal is less about stores and more about data, says data scientist – CNBC

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This article was originally published on this site Amazon’s acquisition of specialty grocer Whole Foods is not only about acquiring hundreds of stores and affluent customers — the real value of the deal is in all of that customer data, according to one data expert. Kenneth Sanford, adjunct professor at Boston College, told CNBC recently…

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AirAsia X flight turns back after plane shakes like 'washing machine,' passengers told to 'say a prayer' – New York Daily News

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This article was originally published on this site A Kuala Lumpur-bound AirAsia X flight had to double back to its Australian origin Sunday after an apparent engine malfunction passengers called “terrifying” but airline officials later branded a “technical issue.” The 359 passengers aboard flight D7237 departed Perth, Australia just before 7 a.m. local time, an…

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Italy winds up Veneto banks, deal could cost up to 17 billion euros – Reuters

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This article was originally published on this site By Silvia Aloisi and Steve Scherer | MILAN/ROME Italy began winding up two stricken Veneto-based banks on Sunday in a deal that will see their good assets transferred to Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP.MI) and could cost the state up to 17 billion euros ($19 billion). The government will…

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