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U.S. energy industry benefitting from the crisis in the Middle East?

FBN’s Sandra Smith and Stifel Nicolaus portfolio manager Chad Morganlander on the U.S. offensive against ISIS and the oil market.

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    US Airways (NYSE:LCC) and AMR Corp's American Airlines secured EU regulatory approval on Monday for their $11 billion merger after promising to surrender slots at He...

  2. Qatar Dreamliner returns to service after 10-day hiatus

    A Qatar Airways 787 Dreamliner grounded last week amid reports of a problem with an electrical panel in the aircraft has resumed flying, the airline said on Wednesda...

  3. Qatar 787 back in air after 10-day outage: Flightaware

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  8. Honeywell Second-quarter Profit Rises To $1.02 Bln

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  12. Airlines keep 787 flying as probe seeks cause of fire

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  1. Lockheed buys German commercial airport services firm

    Lockheed Martin Corp , the No. 1 U.S. arms maker, on Tuesday said it had acquired BEONTRA AG, a small German company that provides forecasting services for big comme...

  2. Lockheed Buys German Airport Services Firm

    Lockheed Martin Corp (NYSE:LMT), the No. 1 U.S. arms maker, on Tuesday said it had acquired BEONTRA AG, a small German company that provides forecasting services for...

  3. Storm Causes Transport Chaos Across Britain

    Millions of British commuters are being urged to stay at home Monday as strong storm winds and rain moved across the U.K. Heathrow has canceled hundreds of flights b...

  4. The Overachiever's Dilemma

    At one end of the workforce spectrum are those who obsess over their careers. They drive themselves and everyone around them nuts in their relentless drive to be the...

  5. Delta, Virgin Atlantic receive tentative antitrust immunity for alliance

    Delta Air Lines Inc and Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd are on track to receive immunity from U.S. antitrust laws to operate a planned trans-Atlantic joint venture.In a ...

  6. NSA Spy-program Reporter Slams U.K. Detention

    The reporter with the Guardian newspaper who reported on revelations from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden criticized the British government...

  7. Forget the Hyperloop, Brace for Supersonic Travel

    Space X and Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) founder Elon Musk seems pretty optimistic a train will one day be able to travel at mach speeds for short distances, but what about t...

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