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  • MONTREAL/ TORONTO, April 26- Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier Inc said on Tuesday it will be moving forward its first-quarter results by a day to Thursday, in a surprise announcement that only served to elevate market expectations of a big CSeries jet order this week. The Quebec- based company has seen its stock surge this month on speculation of a major...

  • Treasury Under Secretary Nathan Sheets participates in "U.S.- China Economic Engagement in 2016: A Conversation on China" before the 7th Annual China Business Conference hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce- 2130 GMT. NEW YORK- Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz gives a speech to the Investment Industry Association of Canada and Securities Industry and...

  • MONTREAL/ TORONTO, April 25- Canadian planemaker Bombardier Inc faces a pivotal week that may see a key deal announced with Delta Air Lines Inc but a federal aid package is unlikely to be approved in time for its annual meeting on Friday. "It is a flagship customer outside of Canada, which may enable and help them to capture other orders and it establishes the CSeries...

  • Airbus' first U.S.-built plane, the largest A320-family jet known as the A321, rolled out before a large crowd at the new $600 million factory in Mobile, Alabama, a site that was an empty field three years ago. "We are so honored to be the first delivery here," JetBlue Chief Executive Officer Robin Hayes said at the handover ceremony. The plant employs about 600 people...

  • NEW YORK, April 21- Even with a spate of high-profile earnings disappointments in recent days from the likes of Caterpillar, Microsoft and Google's parent company, the profit recession that has dogged U.S. stocks since last fall is still expected to come to an end in the second half of this year. We continue to limp along, "said Kim Forrest, senior equity research...

  • "The low oil price environment continues to pressure our energy clients, which contributed to the increase in non-performing loans, our reserves and provision expense," William Rogers, chief executive of Atlanta- based SunTrust said on a post-earnings call on Friday. Dallas- based Comerica said this week its energy loans accounted for about 6 percent of its...

  • April 22- SecureWorks Corp's lackluster debut on Friday hardly registered as a victory for the battered technology IPO market, as the cyber unit of Dell Inc raised less than the company had sought in its public offering and saw its stock price dip. SecureWorks shares opened at $13.89 on Friday, below the $14 per-share price set Thursday. Hope for a popping...

  • April 22 (Reuters)- Shares of Dell Inc's cyber unit SecureWorks Corp were little changed in their debut on Friday after an initial public offering raised less than the company had sought amid concerns about the outlook for technology stocks. SecureWorks shares opened at $13.89 on Friday, rising as high as $14.58 after trading at a low of $13.40 on the Nasdaq.

  • April 22- Shares of Dell Inc's cyber security unit SecureWorks Corp fell as much as 4.3 percent in their debut on Friday, valuing the company at a little over $1 billion. SecureWorks's initial public offering, the first by a technology company in the United States this year, was priced at $14, below its indicated range of $15.50- $17.50. SecureWorks shares opened at...

  • A U.S. District Court judge in Atlanta handed down prison sentences of nine and a half years to Aleksandr Panin, 27, of Russia and 15 years to Hamza Bendelladj, 27, of Algeria, the department said in a statement. "Until dismantled by the FBI, SpyEye was the preeminent malware banking Trojan from 2010-2012, used by a global syndicate of cybercriminals to infect over...

  • NEW YORK, April 20- Oil prices jumped on Wednesday as government data showed U.S. crude stocks rose slightly less than expected last week, while the U.S. dollar advanced against the euro ahead of Thursday's European Central Bank meeting. Moscow, however, denied media reports that Russia planned to host such a meeting. Last weekend, Russia and OPEC nations failed to...

  • *S&P 500 Q1 earnings seen down over 7 pct. *Coca-Cola sinks as quarterly sales drop. April 20- Wall Street ended less than 2 percent short of a record-high close on Wednesday as a rebound in oil prices added to optimism sparked by a raft of earnings reports.

  • *S&P 500 Q1 earnings seen down over 7 pct. *Coca-Cola sinks as quarterly sales drop. April 20- Wall Street was just 1 percent short of a record-high close on Wednesday as a rebound in oil prices added to optimism sparked by a raft of earnings reports that beat low expectations.

  • STOCKHOLM, April 20- Swedish construction company Skanska plans to expand its commercial property development business in the United States, betting interest rates won't rise fast enough to dent strong investor demand for high-yielding real estate. Skanska's U.S. chief Richard Cavallaro said the company's goal this year was to identify which U.S. cities...

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    North Carolina business leaders called for a repeal of a new state law they blamed for mounting economic losses.

  • WINSTON-SALEM, N.C./ NEW YORK April 19- North Carolina business leaders on Tuesday called for a repeal of a new state law they blamed for mounting economic losses as opponents cancel jobs and events over concerns that it discriminates against gay and transgender people. "This legislation is bad for business and bad for North Carolina," the chamber said in a...

  • April 18- Costco Wholesale Corp is considering building a poultry-processing plant in Nebraska, according to a local development council, a move that would give the retailer tighter control over its chicken supplies. The facility, if built in Nebraska's Dodge County, would create 1,100 jobs, work with local chicken farmers and invest $180 million in the region,...

  • MONTREAL/ OTTAWA, April 15- Canada's Liberal government is having "constructive" discussions with Bombardier Inc about aiding the struggling manufacturer, the government minister handling the matter said on Friday. Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains told reporters in Toronto that the government was still talking with the company "on a lot of factors" and "we...

  • April 15- Canada's Liberal government is having "constructive" discussions with Bombardier Inc about aiding the struggling manufacturer, the government minister handling the matter said on Friday. Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains told reporters in Toronto that the government was still talking with the company "on a lot of factors" and "we want to see success...

  • Ronald Dickerson, a writer, actor and film director also known as JD Lawrence, had filed a lawsuit on Monday seeking the injunction and $20 million in damages from Time Warner Inc, Warner Brothers Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc and Showtime Networks Inc.. "We are pleased that Judge Swain saw through this thinly-veiled attempt to extort the companies...