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British Airways battles IT meltdown

British Airways battles IT meltdown

The airline said a " high proportion " of short flights would operate Monday - but the Heathrow website showed a number of destinations affected by cancellations including Belfast, Dublin, Aberdeen, Manchester, Vienna and Copenhagen. But that was unlikely to placate many passengers, as Monday was the end of a long holiday weekend. The GMB union, however, said the disruption "could have all been avoided" if BA had not cut hundreds of IT jobs in Britain and transferred the work to India .



Huntington National Bank Holds Holding in Exxon Mobil Corp (XOM)

The stock dropped -1.45% beyond one week and declined -0.67% during previous one month session. Pushing back over the last quarter, shares are 3.69%. Narwhal Capital Mgmt reported 69,446 shares or 1.89% of all its holdings. The rating was maintained by Barclays Capital with "Underweight" on Thursday, September 3. BMO Capital Markets has "Market Perform" rating and $78 target.



White House Press Briefing

The Washington Post also reported today that former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, who quit the Trump team after the election, could rejoin Trump's inner circle to handle communications responses to Russia-related inquiries. But when the Washington Post published a bombshell report , citing multiple USA officials, about Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner , discussing the highly troubling possibility of a secret communications channel with Russia, Trump was ...



Federal Liberals nervous as BC political shake-up tests pipeline approval

On Monday, the B.C. NDP and the B.C. Greens announced a historic deal in which the two parties would join together to share power, paving the way to oust Christy Clark and the Liberals, and for B.C. "It's important to note that provinces do not have the right to unilaterally stop projects such as Trans Mountain that have earned the federal government's approval".



Buchanan urges Trump to keep USA in climate accord

But a French official, speaking anonymously to describe the two men's conversation, indicted Trump offered few signs he was ready to remain in the Paris agreement. 'The entire discussion about climate was very hard, if not to say very dissatisfying, she told reporters. The leaks, including some that have brought the Russian Federation outreach charges to within sniffing distance of Trump, has led the White House to be in a perpetual firefighting mode, detracting the new administration from ...