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It said it would also provide a one-off payment of 1.8 months' pay, but the offer was rejected. The airline had previously proposed a 2.5-percent wage hike. Lufthansa's hub management board member Harry Hohmeister said on Thursday it was "not possible" to meet the pilots' demands in full and noted that they were already better paid than their competitors.
  • Man shot, killed over Black Friday parking spot fight

    Man shot, killed over Black Friday parking spot fight

    Economia

    The 2016 Black Friday death toll in the United States has risen to three, after two further fatal shootings have been reported. Investigators learned that a man had a woman by the hair in the parking lot when a Good Samaritan tried to intervene.
  • North Dakota Governor orders evacuation of some pipeline site protesters

    North Dakota Governor orders evacuation of some pipeline site protesters

    Economia

    Organizers of protests against construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline speak at a news conference on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, near Cannon Ball, N.D. Archambault noted that the evacuation order, which the governor said he issued for the campers' well-being in the face of risky winter weather, came a week after police turned water hoses on protesters in sub-freezing temperatures.
  • Last day for free pet adoptions at Arizona Humane Society

    Last day for free pet adoptions at Arizona Humane Society

    Economia

    Hundreds of newly adopted pets are going " Home for the Pawlidayz " thanks to a special free pet-adoption event offered at the Arizona Humane Society. Seventy-four animals were adopted from the three shelters. "Please know that our staff will still be doing our usual screening process before issuing any adoptions", a shelter representative responded on Facebook.
  • Bracing for Brexit, UK to ramp up borrowing, cuts growth forecasts

    Economia

    Brexit "makes more urgent than ever the need to tackle our economy's long-term weaknesses", the chancellor of the exchequer told MPs in his so-called Autumn Statement. The UK's deficit will no longer be cleared by 2020 according to this year's Budget statement, with the economy set to be £122bn worse off by that point than previously thought.
  • Asian markets mixed amid fears over oil, Italy's referendum

    Economia

    With oil so central to global costs, the drop in crude prices was rapidly cooling bets on a near-term jump in inflation, and tempering growing expectations of multiple rises in USA interest rates. president. All of those indexes finished at record highs Friday. That pushed the FTSE mining stocks index and the oil and gas index down 1.9 percent and 1.5 percent respectively.
  • MI offers support for rival Ohio State after attack

    MI offers support for rival Ohio State after attack

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    Despite the inconsistency that youth often brings to the gridiron, the second-ranked Buckeyes concluded their regular-season on Saturday with a 30-27 double overtime win over third-ranked MI in front of a record crowd of 110,045 inside Ohio Stadium.
  • Cuban TV shows urn containing Fidel Castro's ashes

    Economia

    The first regularly scheduled flight in more than 50 years flew from Miami to Havana yesterday morning, just in time to begin the formal mourning for Fidel Castro, which leads to the question du jour - What will Donald Trump do with the Cuba-U.S.
  • Reliable stocks in today's share market: BB&T Corporation (NYSE:BBT)

    Economia

    In comparison, the consensus recommendation 60 days ago was at 2.17, and 90 days ago was at 2.17 respectively. Shares of BB&T Corp. Invesco Ltd. (NYSE:IVZ) now has mean rating of 2.10 while 5 analysts have commented the shares as "BUY", 4 recommended as "OUTPERFORM" and 6 commented as "HOLD".
  • Oil prices rise even as doubts remain on cut

    Oil prices rise even as doubts remain on cut

    Economia

    Oil prices rose on Nov. 22 to their highest in November as a growing consensus emerged in the market that OPEC would overcome internal disputes and skepticism to strike a deal that materially reduces crude output. Under the Algerian proposal, Iran was asked to cut 4.5 percent from nearly 4 million barrels per day, according to sources. Earlier gains for WTI crude had come amid a growing chorus of OPEC delegates expressing optimism over the likelihood of a deal at the Vienna meeting.