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Friday Sector Laggards: Shipping, Department Stores

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Related Topix: Frontline, Financial Markets

3 hrs ago | CNN

Airlines: Saving lives with trashed leather

Southwest Airlines recently launched Luv Seat, an upcycling initiative that aims to repurpose 80,000 used leather seat covers.


Related Topix: Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Family, Kids, Travel

Fri Aug 29, 2014

KWWL-TV Waterloo

Iowa railroad bridge damaged in Linn County fire

Canadian National Railway spokesman Mark Hallman told KCRG-TV Thursday that the repairs to the Buffalo Creek bridge aren't expected to delay traffic.


Related Topix: Linn County, IA, Railroads, Canadian National Railway, Cedar Rapids, IA, Coggon, IA

The Washington Post

Jet Fuel Crunch Strikes New York Airports Before Holiday: Energy

The lowest seasonal supply of jet fuel on record is pushing prices higher and leading to voluntary restrictions in the New York region as the nation's busiest air hub prepares for a holiday rush.


Related Topix: New York, us Travel, Travel, Life, Holidays, Labor Day, Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Business News

Panel Offers More Tips for Improving Metro North Rail Safety

Monitor track conditions more closely with better data systems, change train schedules to allow more time for track work, and change the attitude of employees and management toward safety.


Related Topix: Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Railroads, us Travel, North America Travel, Travel, New York City Travel

NBC Dallas

Giant Rubber Duck Forced to Deflate

The "World's Largest Duck" was forced to deflate on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014 because of damaging winds along the Wilmington coast.

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Related Topix: Wilmington, CA, Port of Los Angeles, Downtown (Los Angeles, CA), San Pedro, CA, Weird

Business Journal

A new look for Frontier Airlines? Grizwald's not talking

Could Frontier jets be flying to a new look? A toy plane with a question mark on the tail is raising a lot of questions here at DBJ World Headquarters.


Related Topix: Frontier Airlines, Airlines

Pasadena Star-News

Rubber Ducky deflated after winds batter it in Wilmington

Harbor winds at Banning's Landing on Wilmington's waterfront proved too much for the popular giant Rubber Ducky that was slated to be moored there Thursday and Friday for special youth and community events.


Related Topix: Banning, CA, Wilmington, CA, Port of Los Angeles

Thu Aug 28, 2014

North Dakota delegation addresses Canadian Pacific

Members of North Dakota's congressional delegation are criticizing Canadian Pacific Railway, saying it's forcing grain elevators to cancel backlogged orders as it implements a new shipping system.


Related Topix: US Politics, Senator Heidi Heitkamp, US News, US Senate, Republican, US House of Representatives, Representative Kevin Cramer, Railroads, Canadian Pacific Railway

Business Journal

Southwest launches new nonstop service between San Antonio and New Orleans

San Antonians who want to get away to the Big Easy for beignets from CafA© du Monde and a hurricane from Pat O'Brien 's will now be able to take advantage of a new nonstop flight on Southwest Airlines .


Related Topix: us Travel, North America Travel, Travel, New Orleans Travel, Airlines, Southwest Airlines

The Northern Echo

Cameron hails 'greatest merger'

David Cameron hailed the Union between Scotland and England as the "greatest merger in history" as he urged voters north of the border not to break away from the UK.


Related Topix: Stagecoach Group, Drink, Whiskey, Liquor, Europe, World News, United Kingdom

Renton Reporter

Port of Seattle selects new CEO with manufacturing, transportation experience

Ted J. Fick, a Tacoma native with decades of experience leading manufacturing organizations across the country, will take the helm of the Port of Seattle when current CEO Tay Yoshitani retires next month, according to a port news release.


Related Topix: Port of Seattle

Business Journal

Got a complaint? Southwest Airlines' new social media hub is listening

When will the plane take off? Will I miss my connecting flight? What about my baggage? Will I need a hotel tonight and will the airline pay for that? These days, customers will take their complaints to social media, blasting companies in public if there's a complication, disruption or bad experience, especially if they don't get answers right away.


Related Topix: Airlines, Southwest Airlines, ExactTarget


Panel faults safety practices at NY's Metro-North

A panel convened by New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority says Metro-North Railroad has sacrificed safety for on-time performance in recent years.


Related Topix: Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Railroads

Wed Aug 27, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

Giant inflatable duck lists to one side in Port of Los Angeles

San Pedro's visiting giant duck, the star attraction in last week's Tall Ships Festival, began listing to the side in the Downtown Harbor late Wednesday, prompting questions about whether it had taken a blow from the rough seas pummeling outer beaches.


Related Topix: Port of Los Angeles

Business Journal

Contractors score legal victory against FedEx Ground

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, reversing previous District Court decisions in Oregon and California, on Wednesday ruled that 2,300 individuals working for FedEx Ground should be considered employees instead of independent contractors.


Related Topix: Air Courier, FedEx, US News, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals

Business Journal

Fatal Landstar accident leads to $15 million verdict

In one of the largest motorcycle-accident judgments in Florida, the family of a motorcyclist killed in a collision with a truck driver operating for a Landstar System Inc. subsidiary has been awarded nearly $15 million.


Related Topix: Landstar System, Trucking

Xenia Daily Gazette

Fighting to save Ohio Postal Service jobs

In 2015, the United States Postal Service plans to close and consolidate up to 82 mail processing facilities across the country - including ones in Akron, Dayton, Toledo and Youngstown - putting 15,000 jobs at risk.


Related Topix: Ohio, United States Postal Service, Postal, Opinion

1110 KFAB

Fire At Union Pacific Building

Omaha firefighters were prepared for the worst when they responded to a fire on the 19th floor of the Union Pacific Building in downtown early Wednesday morning.


Related Topix: Union Pacific, Railroads, Union Pacific Railroad, Omaha, NE


FAA investigates drone flown over NFL game

The unmanned aircraft system, or drone, had a camera mounted on it as it flew over the NFL game, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said.


Related Topix: US News, Federal Aviation Administration


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