Carnival Corp Reports First Quarter Earnings that Surpassed Analysts’ Estimates

Carnival Corp Reports First Quarter Earnings that Surpassed Analysts’ Estimates

Terror and Zika virus both could not dampen Carnival Corp's better than expected earnings in the first quarter.

The largest cruise operator in the world posted earnings which surpassed the analysts' estimates and also raised its profit forecast for the year.

Reportedly Chipotle Seeks “Better Burger” Trademark for its New Burger Chain

Reportedly Chipotle Seeks “Better Burger” Trademark for its New Burger Chain

Denver, Colorado based Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is better known for its taco and burrito but the chain is looking for more variety. Reportedly, it is developing a new burger chain. According to U. S. Patent and Trademark Office records, the food chain has filed a trademark application for "Better Burger," this month.

The company in recent times has struggled to cope with a string of food-safety related issues which dented its sales badly and lost customer confidence.

Sugar tax initiates fierce debate on the subject

Sugar tax initiates fierce debate on the subject

The decision by the government to impose a sugar tax on certain products are sparked a fierce debate over its effectiveness.

WHO says Ebola not a world health emergency any longer

WHO says Ebola not a world health emergency any longer

The World Health Organization has announced on Tuesday thatthe Ebola outbreak in West Africa is no longer an international health emergency.

A U.S. bankruptcy Judge Approves Sale of Haggen Stores to Albertsons

A U.S. bankruptcy Judge Approves Sale of Haggen Stores to Albertsons

On Tuesday, a U. S. bankruptcy judge approved the sale of several Haggen grocery chain stores to Albertsons. That ends dismantling the bankrupt Washington-based company.

Early last year, Haggen grew its size after buying 146 stores from Safeway and Albertsons. The sales were a result of Federal Trade Commission's push to Safeway and Albertsons to unload some stores before they could move in for a merger. What Haggen had thought will be a competition for Albertsons actually became a matter of heartburn for the company and they once again go back to Albertsons.

Pest Control Company Terminix Agrees to Pay $10 Million Fine for Illegally using Highly Toxic Chemical

Pest Control Company Terminix Agrees to Pay $10 Million Fine for Illegally using

According to federal officials, Terminix, the pest control company has agreed to pay $10 million to settle a case that alleged the company for illegally using a pesticide in the U. S. Virgin Islands which contained a "highly toxic" chemical.

More than one year back a family of four members vacationing in the U. S. Virgin Islands were taken ill when the unit below them was fumigated.

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Crude Oil Futures Drop with Growing Concerns Regarding Global Growth and Brexit

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Will Greater Restrictions on Payday Loans Help the Ten Million Americans Who Want Them?

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In the highly competitive markets and changing preferences of customers, once highflying companies often find it difficult to hold on to their high valuations.  One Kings Lane Inc. is a good example of such a case. The on online furnishing retailer which was once valued almost $1 billion a couple of years back was bought by Bed Bath & Beyond Inc for a small part of that price.  On Tuesday, Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. said it acquired the website without disclosing the amount and the terms of the transaction. The

In the highly competitive markets and changing preferences of customers, once highflying companies often find it difficult to hold on to their high valuations.

The Meal Kit Craze is on; Martha & Marley Spoon Joins the Crowd to make Cooking Less Painful

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Trucker driver on trial for accident that killed cyclist, had blind spots

A truck driver, who is on trial for an accident that killed Taiwanese cycle tourist Ming-Chih Hsieh in Hornby on 29 September, 2014, had significant blind spots as he truned his

Three Yacht crew members saved 500km off New Zealand

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BBB Releases Tips for Donors to Make Sure Donations are Used Appropriately

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Solar Plus Probe to Launch by July 2018: NASA

The U.S. Space agency NASA has announced a solar probe that will gather interesting information for scientists to help them predict any major solar events and its impact on our planet.

Popular Bargains Website Bargain Spot Announces New Zealand Portal

Australian shopping discounts and bargain hunting website is bringing its services to customers in New Zealand.

Elon Musk Offers More Information on Tunnels Project for Solving Traffic Congestion

Billionaire investor and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has been talking about solving Los Angeles traffic problems by digging tunnels.

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