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  • The first-of-its-kind nearly 1,500- mile, nine stop trip over five days in a rented bus wrapped in NHTSA logos and safety messages, will take Rosekind from Miami to Fort Worth, Texas during the hottest time of the year. About half of vehicles checked in Miami on Tuesday and about half of 300 vehicles checked during an event in July in Atlanta showed uncompleted...

  • "When Delta doesn't fly aircraft, not only do customers not get to their destination, but flight crews don't get to where they are scheduled to be," Delta's chief operating officer, Gil West, said on Tuesday in an online posting. Analyst Jim Corridore of S&P Global Market Intelligence estimated that passenger refunds, overtime hours for workers and other costs will...

  • "Leaders and employees continue to focus on promptly moving departures at the airline's Atlanta hub, the world's busiest," Delta said. Customers traveling on Tuesday should check the status of their flight at delta.com or the Fly Delta App, the company said. Chief Executive Officer Ed Bastian apologized to customers on a video posted on the company's website and...

  • Customers traveling on Tuesday should check the status of their flight at delta.com or the Fly Delta App, the company said. Delta Chief Executive Ed Bastian apologized to customers on a video posted on the company's website and said the company was working round the clock to restore its systems. 1/ 8 http://bit.ly/2aCyuSY 3/ 8. The problems arose after a...

  • Aug 9- Delta Air Lines Inc said it was cancelling nearly 250 flights on Tuesday as it looks to restore operations after a power outage hit its computer systems on Monday, causing the cancellation of about 1,000 flights. "We were able to bring our systems back on line and resume flights within a few hours yesterday but we are still operating in recovery mode," Delta, the...

  • Aug 8- Delta Air Lines Inc canceled hundreds of flights and delayed many others on Monday after an outage hit its computer systems, grounding planes and stranding passengers of one of the world's largest carriers at airports around the globe. Atlanta- based Delta, the second-largest U.S. airline by passenger traffic, said it had canceled 451 flights after a power...

  • Atlanta- based Delta, the second-largest U.S. airline by passenger traffic, said it had canceled 451 flights after a power outage that began around 2:30 a.m. EDT in Atlanta. The problems arose after a switchgear, which helps control and switch power flows like a circuit breaker in a home, malfunctioned for reasons that were not immediately clear, said Georgia...

  • NEWARK, N.J., Aug 8- Nyasha Arthur was meant to be at work in Atlanta on Monday. Instead, she found herself stuck at New Jersey's Newark airport with hundreds of other frustrated passengers after Delta Air Lines Inc computer systems were hit by a power outage. She flies between Atlanta and Newark a few times a year, and said she might have to reconsider her next visit...

  • NEWARK, N.J., Aug 8- Nyasha Arthur was meant to be at work in Atlanta on Monday. Instead, she found herself stuck at New Jersey's Newark airport with hundreds of other frustrated passengers after Delta Air Lines Inc computer systems were hit by a power outage. She flies between Atlanta and Newark a few times a year, and said she might have to reconsider her next visit...

  • Atlanta- based Delta, the second-largest U.S. airline by passenger traffic, said it had canceled 451 flights after a power outage that began around 2:30 a.m. EDT in Atlanta. The problems arose after a switchgear, which helps control and switch power flows like a circuit breaker in a home, malfunctioned for reasons that were not immediately clear, said Georgia...

  • NEWARK, N.J., Aug 8- Nyasha Arthur was meant to be at work in Atlanta on Monday. Instead, she found herself stuck at New Jersey's Newark's airport with hundreds of other frustrated passengers after Delta Air Lines Inc computer systems were hit by a power outage. She flies between Atlanta and Newark a few times a year, and said she might have to reconsider her next visit...

  • Aug 8- Delta Air Lines Inc's flights gradually resumed on Monday after an outage hit its computer systems, grounding planes and stranding passengers of one of the world's largest carriers at airports around the globe. Atlanta- based Delta, the second-largest U.S. carrier by passenger traffic, said it had canceled about 300 flights after a power outage that began...

  • The U.S. airline said the power outage began at about 2:30 a.m. EDT in Atlanta and that customers should expect "large-scale" cancellations. According to website Flightradar24, some of the first flights to take off were from Amsterdam to the United States, while a flight from Phoenix to Atlanta was among the first to depart from a U.S. airport.

  • The U.S. airline said the problems resulted from a power outage in Atlanta overnight and that customers should expect "large-scale" cancellations. Website Flightradar24 showed a flight from Phoenix to Atlanta had taken off, while three planes had departed from Amsterdam to U.S. destinations. It also partners for transatlantic flights with Virgin Atlantic,...

  • The U.S. airline said the problems were down to a power outage in Atlanta overnight and that its information technology team was working to resolve the problem. Flights scheduled for departure were not taking off, but those already in the air were operating normally, Atlanta- based Delta said in a statement, telling customers to expect "large-scale...

  • U.S. concerns over Zika, which is spreading rapidly in the Americas and has hit Brazil the hardest, have risen since Florida authorities last week reported the first signs of local transmission in the continental United States in a Miami neighborhood. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health federal...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 3- U.S. government researchers said on Wednesday they have begun their first clinical trial of a Zika vaccine as concerns over the mosquito-borne virus mount following the first cases of local transmission in the continental United States. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health...

  • Aug 3- Intercontinental Exchange Inc, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, announced a 5- for-1 stock split on Wednesday and said it would buy back up to $1 billion of shares. Net income attributable to ICE rose 26 percent to $357 million, or $2.98 per share, in the second quarter ended June 30 from $283 million, or $2.54 per share, a year earlier.

  • NEW YORK, Aug 2- A Georgia man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to trading on inside information that authorities say was obtained by hackers through a worldwide scheme to steal information from services that distribute corporate news releases. Leonid Momotok, 48, pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, for his role...

  • Tenet also said it had reached an agreement in principle with the U.S. Department of Justice to pay $514 million to settle the previously disclosed investigation into alleged kickbacks for referring primarily undocumented pregnant Hispanic women for labor and delivery services at four of its hospitals in Georgia and South Carolina.