• Squad Goals: The Shocking Statistic That Proves Liverpool's Merseyside Superiority
Squad Goals: The Shocking Statistic That Proves Liverpool's Merseyside Superiority

However, their 5-0 win in the first-leg means they have advanced to the quarter finals. And Lovren believes that Liverpool's blistering form, with more goals in this season's competition than any other team, has instilled a belief in going all the way.

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  • Following Uber Health launch, Lyft offers more patient rides to appointments
Following Uber Health launch, Lyft offers more patient rides to appointments

Transportation challenges often prevent patients from getting to or from doctors' visits, resulting in missed or rescheduled appointments. Uber isn't the only ride-sharing startup that wants to take a crack at the healthcare industry. The announcement comes on the heels of rival Uber's launch of Uber Health last Thursday. MedStar Health, NYU ...

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  • United suspends change to employee bonus program after backlash
United suspends change to employee bonus program after backlash

U.S. carrier United Airlines has suspended plans to implement a lottery bonus system. A United representative had mentioned, "We announced a new internal program based on United meeting certain operational and dependability metrics as a way of offering meaningful rewards to our employees, "she continued".

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  • United Kingdom vehicle registrations slide in February as diesel demand continues to fall
United Kingdom vehicle registrations slide in February as diesel demand continues to fall

And there was worse news for Jaguar Land Rover, as the West Midlands-based luxury carmaker saw sales plunge by 15 per cent. Meanwhile, double-digit growth for petrol and AFVs failed to offset the move away from diesel, which now commands a 35.6% market share.

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  • UK Services Prop Up Economy on Better-Than-Forecast Growth
UK Services Prop Up Economy on Better-Than-Forecast Growth

As a result, selling prices rose at the weakest rate for six months. Firms continued to report improving demand from domestic and European Union markets. But Samuel Tombs of Pantheon Macroeconomics said that signs of softening inflationary pressure in the services PMI raised the prospect that inflation would drop off more quickly.

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  • IEA: US to dominate the oil industry
IEA: US to dominate the oil industry

On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures were trading up 0.8% at $61.72 a barrel. Worldwide benchmark Brent crude LCOc1 was down 8 cents, having shelved morning gains of around 0.6 percent, at $64.29 a barrel by 1237 GMT.

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  • Local authorities criticise May ahead of housing crisis speech
Local authorities criticise May ahead of housing crisis speech

Under plans announced this morning local authorities will be issued with tough targets to identify and support house building projects. May took aim at property developers, saying their bonus structures prioritise profit over the construction of affordable homes, and warned that failure to build on approved sites could affect future decisions to ...

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  • Many British homes left without water as snow thaw bursts pipes
Many British homes left without water as snow thaw bursts pipes

Leaking pipes in London left 12,000 households without water or having very low pressure on Monday. "I have sought assurances from Thames Water that they are doing everything possible to fix the problems and get the supply switched back on for everyone".

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  • Qualcomm Shareholders Meeting Delayed by National Security Review
Qualcomm Shareholders Meeting Delayed by National Security Review

Qualcomm said Monday it will delay its upcoming shareholder vote, pausing a proxy fight with Broadcom as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States takes a closer look at the Singapore-incorporated company's hostile $117 billion bid for the California-based chipmaker.

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  • USA stocks waver amid economic data
USA stocks waver amid economic data

Note that again most of this sell off occurred at the end of the day. Inc.'s stock (CRM) rose 4.7% after the software company's quarterly results beat expectations (http://www. The Dow and the S&P 500 both fell following a testimony by new Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell. Later in the week, though, Powell may have calmed some of the fears ...

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  • Amazon's next move? Branded checking accounts
Amazon's next move? Branded checking accounts

The company apparently wants to create a product that will attract the younger demographic, particularly those that are without bank accounts. Amazon Pay allows consumers to pay for products on third party sites without reloading their credit card information.

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  • US Commerce Secretary says world leaders call Trump about tariffs
US Commerce Secretary says world leaders call Trump about tariffs

American jobs are being hurt by the nation's growing trade deficit, Ross said, and we have to do something about that. "Our friends and enemies have taken advantage of the USA for many years". "We understand the Trump administration's efforts to reduce the USA trade deficits, but it has to reconsider the intensifying import restrictions on South ...

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  • Met Office upgrades snow warning for North East
Met Office upgrades snow warning for North East

The storm, named by the Portuguese Met Service, will move north through Europe and is due be "significantly disruptive", bringing the risk of power cuts and transport delays. Public transport is likely to be badly affected and rural communities could be cut off because of significant accumulations of snow. The wind chill, which could make parts o...

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  • Winter Storm Riley Causes Flight's Bumpy Landing: 'Everyone Threw Up'
Winter Storm Riley Causes Flight's Bumpy Landing: 'Everyone Threw Up'

The pilots even acknowledged their own unease with the turbulence: "Pilots were on the verge of throwing up". The huge nor'easter storm that pummeled the eastern part of the US on Friday blasted people with massive amounts of rain and snow, left millions without power , and forced Donald Trump to ditch his wife .

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  • Central Virginia bracing for high winds
Central Virginia bracing for high winds

Minor to moderate level tidal flooding is expected, 2 to 3 feet above normal. A strong nor'easter storm will move from the Virginia coast up to off the New England coast. A wind Advisory is in effect for portions of South Central Virginia tonight into Saturday morning. Then again Saturday around Noon with that high tide there is the threat of m...

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  • American Outdoor Brands (AOBC) Issues Earnings Results, Beats Expectations By $0.01 EPS
American Outdoor Brands (AOBC) Issues Earnings Results, Beats Expectations By $0.01 EPS

Company insiders own 2.31% of the company's stock. Schwab Charles Investment Management Inc. boosted its stake in American Outdoor Brands by 5.4% in the 3rd quarter. Taking a broader look brokerage firms' analysts on the street with an expectant view have American Outdoor Brands Corp (NASDAQ:AOBC) high price target of $20 and with a conservative ...

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  • United Kingdom retailer Toys
United Kingdom retailer Toys "R" Us falls into administration

Two major retailers - Maplin and Toys R Us - have entered administration in the UK. Regarding Toys'R'Us, administrators Moorfields said: "Following the failure to attract a buyer for the business. All of the stock is now subject to clearance discounts and other special promotions across every store. Maplin employs 2,500 people across 217 ...

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  • Median Hourly Profit for Uber, Lyft Drivers Is Just $3.37
Median Hourly Profit for Uber, Lyft Drivers Is Just $3.37

Motorists making some extra cash by hauling around Uber or Lyft customers are mostly earning less than minimum wage, and almost a third of ride-hailing drivers are losing money behind the wheel, according to researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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  • Early voting turnout eclipses 2014 midterm election
Early voting turnout eclipses 2014 midterm election

Ed Sills, communications director for the state labor organization Texas AFL-CIO, said Republicans and Democrats often cross over to vote in the other party's primary. Republican turnout is up 2.5 percent from four years ago. Harris and Dallas counties appeared to have drawn the largest number of early voters so far this year, with more than 69...

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  • New Jersey man takes $1600 Uber ride home after night of partying
New Jersey man takes $1600 Uber ride home after night of partying

It turns out drunk texting isn't the only reason our friends need to take our phone away on a night out. Kenny Bachman was partying with friends in Morgantown, W.Va. Bachman spread out for sure, passing out shortly after he got into the auto. Bachmann countered that he didn't want to just be left on the side of the road.

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