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England midfielder Jack Wilshere expects new arsenal deal

England midfielder Jack Wilshere expects new arsenal deal

JACK WILSHERE admits he could be forced to quit Arsenal next month unless he is playing regular Premier League football. Wilshere again stressed his hopes of penning a new deal at Arsenal in the coming weeks, having come up through the ranks with the club.



Canada retail sales jump in October as consumers bought more cars

Prices rose in seven of the eight major consumer price index (CPI) components, and the transportation and shelter indexes contributed the most to the price increases. Governor Stephen Poloz said last week the central bank is increasingly confident the economy will need less stimulus over time. Stats Canada reports Victoria is at 2.1 per cent, which is even with the national inflation rate.


Are Boeing and Embraer Talking About a Merger?

Are Boeing and Embraer Talking About a Merger?

Boeing shares were down 0.7 percent. Earlier this week, the US Department of Commerce sided with Boeing by upholding a proposed hefty tariff on CSeries aircraft imported into the USA. Boeing and Embraer have confirmed they are in talks for a "potential combination", following a Wall Street Journal report that Boeing is in discussions to take over the Brazilian airframer.


Floundering Beverage Company Rebrands Around Blockchain and Its Stock Price Quintuples

Floundering Beverage Company Rebrands Around Blockchain and Its Stock Price Quintuples

During the internet bubble, some companies were able to boost their stock prices simply by inserting a "dot-com" in their names or, virtually overnight, refashioning themselves as e-commerce companies. Despite the shift in name, the Long Blockchain Corporation will continue its primary business of selling iced tea. Thursday morning. The beverage maker announced it would shift its business toward blockchain-the underlying technology behind cryptocurrency that makes it secure-and its stock ...


Plant Vogtle construction approval depends on federal tax breaks

Plant Vogtle construction approval depends on federal tax breaks

The project has been beset by years of delays and billions of cost overruns, dealing a heavy blow to what was heralded as a resurgence in nuclear power a decade ago. Each month, Georgia Power customers pay an extra fee on their bill which is supposed to go toward the project. The reactors at Vogtle were the first new ones to be licensed and to begin construction in the US since 1978.