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Airlines expect 4 percent more passengers this spring
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    871 Visits

The group's chief economist said traffic will rise because airfares fell over the last two years while economic indicators such as household wealth and job creation are rising. Last year, U.S. airlines carried a record 823 million passengers and earned $22.3 billion in pretax income, down just $1 billion from the stellar results in 2015.

Reference: www.chron.com
Wells Fargo card requests tumble in wake of scandal
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    615 Visits

Wells Fargo & Co. said credit-card applications dropped 55 percent in February from a year earlier, the biggest decline since a scandal involving fake accounts erupted in September.

Reference: www.chron.com
Google helps students get online, on the go
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    811 Visits

ST. STEPHEN, S.C. (AP) For eighth-grader Lakaysha Governor, her daily two-hour school bus commute had been spent catching up with friends and trying to tune out distractions from unruly preschoolers. The tech giant has also given the school district 1,700 Chromebooks, the stripped-down laptops on which public schoolchildren do their class and homework as school books largely are replaced by o ...>>

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Gracepoint Homes to offer patio homes with outdoor focus in Stillwater
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    941 Visits

Gracepoint Homes has unveiled a series of Lowcountry-inspired patio homes in Conroe in the New Chapel neighborhood in Stillwater. The homes, with three or more bedrooms, are designed for empty nesters seeking upgraded interiors and larger outdoor living areas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Target revamp debuts near Richmond
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    48 Visits

A Target store set to open this fall near Richmond will offer local shoppers a preview of the retailer's turnaround effort.

Reference: www.chron.com
Airlines expect 4 percent more passengers this spring
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    33 Visits

The group's chief economist said traffic will rise because airfares fell over the last two years while economic indicators such as household wealth and job creation are rising. Last year, U.S. airlines carried a record 823 million passengers and earned $22.3 billion in pretax income, down just $1 billion from the stellar results in 2015.

Reference: www.chron.com
Wells Fargo card requests tumble in wake of scandal
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    174 Visits

Wells Fargo & Co. said credit-card applications dropped 55 percent in February from a year earlier, the biggest decline since a scandal involving fake accounts erupted in September.

Reference: www.chron.com
Google helps students get online, on the go
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    884 Visits

ST. STEPHEN, S.C. (AP) For eighth-grader Lakaysha Governor, her daily two-hour school bus commute had been spent catching up with friends and trying to tune out distractions from unruly preschoolers. The tech giant has also given the school district 1,700 Chromebooks, the stripped-down laptops on which public schoolchildren do their class and homework as school books largely are replaced by o ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Gracepoint Homes to offer patio homes with outdoor focus in Stillwater
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    468 Visits

Gracepoint Homes has unveiled a series of Lowcountry-inspired patio homes in Conroe in the New Chapel neighborhood in Stillwater. The homes, with three or more bedrooms, are designed for empty nesters seeking upgraded interiors and larger outdoor living areas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Target revamp debuts near Richmond
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    157 Visits

A Target store set to open this fall near Richmond will offer local shoppers a preview of the retailer's turnaround effort.

Reference: www.chron.com
Airlines expect 4 percent more passengers this spring
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    801 Visits

The group's chief economist said traffic will rise because airfares fell over the last two years while economic indicators such as household wealth and job creation are rising. Last year, U.S. airlines carried a record 823 million passengers and earned $22.3 billion in pretax income, down just $1 billion from the stellar results in 2015.

Reference: www.chron.com
Wells Fargo card requests tumble in wake of scandal
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    406 Visits

Wells Fargo & Co. said credit-card applications dropped 55 percent in February from a year earlier, the biggest decline since a scandal involving fake accounts erupted in September.

Reference: www.chron.com
Google helps students get online, on the go
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    845 Visits

ST. STEPHEN, S.C. (AP) For eighth-grader Lakaysha Governor, her daily two-hour school bus commute had been spent catching up with friends and trying to tune out distractions from unruly preschoolers. The tech giant has also given the school district 1,700 Chromebooks, the stripped-down laptops on which public schoolchildren do their class and homework as school books largely are replaced by o ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Gracepoint Homes to offer patio homes with outdoor focus in Stillwater
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    992 Visits

Gracepoint Homes has unveiled a series of Lowcountry-inspired patio homes in Conroe in the New Chapel neighborhood in Stillwater. The homes, with three or more bedrooms, are designed for empty nesters seeking upgraded interiors and larger outdoor living areas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Target revamp debuts near Richmond
Business
Published in 21-3-2017
    894 Visits

A Target store set to open this fall near Richmond will offer local shoppers a preview of the retailer's turnaround effort.

Reference: www.chron.com


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