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Source: The Guradian

Airlines ignoring efficient planes in blow to carbon targets – study

Sunday 06:59 GMT

Airlines are failing to take up the most efficient planes in sufficient numbers to make a significant dent in their carbon dioxide emissions, a new study has found.

The most efficient new aircraft models, such as the Boeing 787-9 and Airbus A350-900 and A320neo, can achieve substantial carbon savings over older models, but no airlines have invested sufficiently in the new types to reach the top levels of energy efficiency, according to a ranking by Atmosfair, a German NGO.

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Source: Fox News

MLB players killed in Venezuela crash may have been robbery targets, authorities say

Sunday 05:08 GMT

Venezuelan authorities have arrested four people suspected of robbing former Major League Baseball players Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo after the pair were killed in a car crash Thursday.

Authorities suspect the players may have been targeted by criminal groups known for throwing rocks on the roadways to disable cars and then rob the occupants, the Fort-Worth Star-Telegram reported. The four suspects were found with Valbuena’s and Castillo’s belongings, Julio Leon Heredia, the governor of Yaracuy in Venezuela, said on Twitter.

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Source: Common Domain

Ulta Beauty welcomes Kardashians, but margins give analysts pause

Saturday 19:05 GMT

Ulta Beauty Inc. is happy to see Kylie Jenner’s makeup lining store shelves, but the new line is not helping its botton line.

Ulta shares sank 13% in Friday trading, but have gained 13.8% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index SPX, -2.33%   is down 1.5% for the period.

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Source: Fox News

Sierah's Law, targeting violent offenders, advances in Ohio on 85-0 House vote

Friday 03:20 GMT

Sierah's Law, a proposal to create Ohio's first geographically searchable registry of violent offenders, advanced Wednesday in an 85-0 House vote, reports said.

The violent offender database would help county law enforcement officers search addresses and other information on offenders convicted of certain violent crimes, the Blade reported. The bill, Senate Bill 231, previously passed in the state Senate but now must return there to incorporate the House version before advancing to the desk of Gov. John Kasich for his signature or veto.

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Source: Common Domain

Lululemon Stock Is Volatile After Reporting Earnings

Saturday 17:16 GMT

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Lululemon hasn’t been immune to recent market volatility, but even with some losses the stock is still up 71% since the start of the year. Although the company has been increasing its international reach, it’s still largely domestic focused, which has helped to insulate it from worries about slowing global growth and the trade war with China.

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Source: Reuters

Exclusive: Amazon targets airports for checkout-free store expansion

Saturday 06:05 GMT

Inc (AMZN.O) is looking at bringing its futuristic checkout-free store format to airports in an effort to win business from hungry, time-pressed travelers, according to public records and a person familiar with the strategy.

A person familiar with the strategy confirmed that Amazon is studying how to get the checkout-free stores into airports and that an employee with experience in business development was assigned to the task.

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Source: Common Domain

Guggenheim Sees Several Internet Stocks Rising—but Not Snap

Friday 20:01 GMT

Shares of Snap (SNAP) fell Thursday after an analyst started coverage of the social media company with a Neutral rating and one of the lower price targets on Wall Street.

The problem, according to Guggenheim analyst Michael Morris, is that Snap is a messaging company at a time when investors want to see advertising revenue growth. “We view the company’s core product, messaging (its primary utility to its younger user base), as having limited monetization potential in a market increasingly seeking scale and video advertising opportunities,” Morris wrote Thursday.

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Source: BBC

China mission targets far side of the Moon

Saturday 16:20 GMT

The Chang'e-4 mission will see a static lander and rover touch down in Von Kármán crater, located on the side of the Moon which never faces Earth.

The mission will characterise the "radio environment" on the far side, a test designed to lay the groundwork for the creation of future radio astronomy telescopes on the far side, which is shielded from the radio noise of Earth. The static lander will carry a 3kg container with potato and arabidopsis plant seeds to perform a biological experiment.


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