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  • WASHINGTON, Jan 22- The U.S. auto safety regulator plans to change its vehicle safety ratings program to include automatic emergency braking systems, putting pressure on automakers to add those features to new cars and trucks, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said on Thursday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will add the braking...

  • DUBLIN, Jan 21- India faces growing pressure over financial uncertainty at budget carrier SpiceJet after leasing company BOC Aviation demanded the return of three leased aircraft, in what is seen as a test of global rules on aircraft investments. The leasing arm of Bank of China warned in an interview that India's fast-growing airline industry could struggle...

  • Union Pacific avoids oil plunge heartburn Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 2:15 PM ET
    A worker in a Union Pacific locomotive maintenance facility, in Roseville, Calif.

    Railroad operator Union Pacific is playing the oil plunge carefully.

  • Uber’s dispute with state no biggie, says official Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 1:46 PM ET
    Uber app

    Uber's current dispute with the State of South Carolina is not "as big as it may sound," according to one state official.

  • Why Uber is making America better Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 12:39 PM ET
    The Uber app on a mobile phone

    A new report delivers a huge lesson in how Uber is making America freer — and better, says Jake Novak.

  • On Thursday, Alaska Airlines projected a group low of $1.85 per gallon for the first quarter, down from $2.64 in the fourth quarter of 2014. United Airlines said it will pay between $1.96 and $2.01 per gallon for the quarter, down from $2.83 in the prior quarter. Southwest Airlines said it will pay $1.90 per gallon in the first quarter, down from $2.62 the previous...

  • Union Pacific tops Street 4Q forecasts Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 11:22 AM ET

    Union Pacific on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $1.41 billion.

  • Southwest Airlines beats, expects big fuel savings Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 10:35 AM ET
    A Southwest Airlines airplane departs Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington.

    Southwest Airlines on Thursday reported profit that beat analysts' expectations and projected significant savings from the cascading cost of fuel.

  • Airline investors pocketing fuel savings: Analyst Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 10:23 AM ET
    Airline investors pocketing fuel savings: Analyst

    Discussing the impact of low fuel on the airlines and Southwest's quarterly earnings, with Jamie Baker, JPMorgan airline analyst.

  • Jan 22- Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd, Canada's second-largest railroad operator, reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit as freight volumes jumped and operating efficiency improved. Net income rose to C $451 million, or C $2.63 per share, from C $82 million, or 47 Canadian cents per share, a year earlier, when the company had taken an impairment charge...

  • Jan 22- Southwest Airlines Co on Thursday reported profit that beat analysts' expectations and projected significant savings from the cascading cost of fuel. Southwest projected its fuel costs for the first quarter to be about $1.90 per gallon, which it says would amount to half a billion dollars in savings year-over-year. "Their costs overall are coming in a...

  • Jan 22- United Continental Holdings Inc provided a bullish outlook for the coming year on Thursday in part because of lower fuel costs, sending shares up even though its fourth-quarter profit fell short of expectations. "That would be starting off the year on a very, very strong note," said CRT Capital Group analyst Michael Derchin, adding that he could not recall...

  • DETROIT, Jan 22- The Obama administration on Thursday will unveil a change to its safety ratings program that awards cars and trucks up to five stars in crash tests, the Detroit News reported. The head of the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Mark Rosekind, said the change in the five-star New Car Assessment program will be announced by...

  • Jan 22- United Continental Holdings Inc said on Thursday that its profit was $28 million last quarter, falling short of analysts' estimates. The Chicago- based airline earned $461 million, or $1.20 per diluted share, excluding $433 million in special costs largely from settling losing fuel hedges and from a voluntary buyout for flight attendants.

  • Sanctions sap allure of Russia's Arctic shipping route Thursday, 22 Jan 2015 | 6:58 AM ET

    OSLO/ STOCKHOLM, Jan 22- Western sanctions on Russia are restricting the Arctic shipping route along its north coast to domestic cargoes and energy exports with many foreign firms staying away after test voyages on a fabled short-cut between Europe and Asia. Now it seems that reality is kicking in, "said Bjorn Gunnarsson, managing director of the Centre for High...

  • VANCOUVER, Jan 21- The government of Alaska said on Wednesday that it had canceled the overhaul of a ferry terminal in British Columbia "for the time being," after the $15 million project became a trade dispute with Canada over "Buy America" provisions. The state, which operates the terminal as part of its Alaska Marine Highway System, said it will maintain operations...

  • Oodles of noodles close North Carolina highway Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015 | 6:07 PM ET
    Bowl of ramen noodles

    The North Carolina Highway Patrol confirmed that a tractor-trailer carrying Ramen noodles crashed on I-95 Wednesday.

  • Uber raises $1.6 billion for expansion Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015 | 3:54 PM ET
    Uber app on a mobile phone

    Uber is setting its sights on further economic expansion after raising $1.6 billion in convertible debt.

  • In an interview with Reuters, John Wojick, Boeing's vice president for global sales& marketing, echoed a consensus among participants at a Dublin finance gathering that the slide in oil prices would not significantly undermine new jet demand. Delegates at this week's Airline Economics conference said the drop in oil could reduce the premium Boeing and rival...

  • Jan 20- With plummeting oil prices expected to cut airlines' costs by billions of dollars, Delta Air Lines Inc said Tuesday that it will channel the savings toward debt reduction and returning more cash to shareholders. Delta's shares surged 7.3 percent, making it the biggest percentage gainer in the S&P500, while American Airlines Group Inc shares rose 5.9...

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