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  • June 24- Southwest Airlines Co has agreed to make room temporarily for rival Delta Air Lines Inc in its gates at Dallas Love Field Airport, while the carriers await a long-term resolution of their dispute in court, a Delta spokeswoman said Wednesday. Southwest will allow Delta to continue operating five daily flights between Love Field and Atlanta, according to...

  • American Software posts 4Q profit Wednesday, 24 Jun 2015 | 4:24 PM ET

    ATLANTA _ American Software Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $2.6 million. The Atlanta- based company said it had profit of 9 cents per share. American Software shares have risen 9 percent since the beginning of the year.

  • Panel gives weak endorsement of new meningitis shots Wednesday, 24 Jun 2015 | 12:44 PM ET

    NEW YORK— A federal panel gave a weak endorsement Wednesday to two expensive meningitis shots, declining to recommend that all teens get the vaccine and leaving the decision to parents and doctors. At a meeting in Atlanta, the panel approved a half-measure that says older teens and young adults may get the shots— if they and their parents want to take that step.

  • CHICAGO, June 24- As the July 6 deadline for closing the century-old Chicago Board of Trade grain futures pits looms, a cloud hangs over the future of the neighboring options pits. Trading in the Chicago futures pits, once an icon of world capitalism where raucous traders epitomized "open-outcry" trading as they made and lost fortunes, has fallen to 1 percent of...

  • Last week alone, governors of 10 states were jetting across Europe, many converging at an air show in Paris. Others traveled to Canada, South America and Asia. Since the start of 2014, governors have taken or scheduled more than 80 trips to 30 countries in their efforts to increase exports and entice foreign companies to expand in their states, according to a...

  • Fifth Third Bancorp cutting up to 100 branches Monday, 22 Jun 2015 | 7:42 AM ET

    NEW YORK— Fifth Third Bancorp plans to close or consolidate about 100 branches and has abandoned plans for 30 new ones. The changes will cost the company between $75 million and $85 million in impairment charges during the second quarter. As of March 31, the Cincinnati company had 1,303 full-service banking centers and 2,637 ATMs in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana,...

  • June 19- Delta Air Lines Inc and Southwest Airlines Co have scheduled overlapping flights from identical gates at Love Field in Dallas, creating potential havoc for customers as a gate-sharing agreement between the carriers is set to expire and a court battle looms over slots at the airport. Dallas had responded Wednesday by suing the federal agency for...

  • *Greece remains in view, Die Zeit reports aid will be extended. NEW YORK, June 18- Stock markets around the world rallied on Thursday, while the U.S. dollar fell, a day after the Federal Reserve signalled that interest rates would rise more slowly than many had expected. An unconfirmed report that aid for Greece would be extended until the end of the year, possibly...

  • *Greece drifts closer to default, pressuring European shares. NEW YORK, June 18- Wall Street stocks were widely higher on Thursday while the U.S. dollar fell a day after the Federal Reserve signaled that interest rates would rise more slowly than many had expected. While Greece continued to move closer to defaulting on loans, pressuring equities in Europe,...

  • Global airline group backtracks on bag size guidelines Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015 | 2:01 PM ET

    June 17- A global airline trade group on Wednesday halted plans to set size guidelines for carry-on luggage following a backlash from consumers and even some carriers in North America. Last week, the International Air Transport Association said it was trying to ease anxiety that travelers feel when they cannot find overhead bin space by recommending an...

  • June 16- Blackstone Group LP and Carlyle Group LP are making a joint bid for NCR Corp in a leveraged buyout worth more than $10 billion, including debt, making it this year's biggest, according to people familiar with the matter. Blackstone and Carlyle, the world's two largest private equity firms, have joined forces to outbid other buyout firms and acquire Duluth,...

  • June 12- Shares of Wingstop Inc, a Dallas- based chicken wing restaurant chain, rose nearly 70 percent in their market debut on Friday, valuing the company at $914 million. Wingstop, which operates over 750 "pre-jet" aviation-themed restaurants in the United States and six other countries, makes chicken wings in a dozen quirky flavors, ranging from the spiciest "...

  • June 11- Apple Inc will no longer be working with lead construction firms DPR Construction Inc and Skanska USA on its new "Spaceship" campus, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported on Tuesday. Apple and Skanska were "unable to come to an agreement during negotiations for the revised scope of work," the construction company's chief, Richard Cavallaro, wrote in...

  • June 11- Apple Inc will no longer be working with lead construction firms DPR Construction Inc and Skanska USA on its new "Spaceship" campus, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported on Tuesday. Apple and Skanska were "unable to come to an agreement during negotiations for the revised scope of work," the construction company's chief, Richard Cavallaro, wrote in...

  • June 11- Delta Air Lines Inc has reached a tentative deal with its union to pay pilots more than competitors, while making its profit-sharing plan less generous in some cases. The Delta Master Executive Council, part of the Air Line Pilots Association, approved the deal Wednesday. The hikes place wages 3.5 percent above American Airlines Group Inc and 13.5...

  • In a letter made public on Wednesday evening, the U.S. Justice Department's civil division, writing on the SEC's behalf, declared the June 8 decision by an Atlanta- based federal judge to be "wrongly decided" and riddled with flaws. 1/ 8 ID: nL1N0YU225 3/ 8. The SEC is pursuing civil insider-trading charges against Hill through its own in-house administrative court,...

  • INSIGHT-Automated lenders threaten to eat banks' lunch Thursday, 11 Jun 2015 | 1:00 AM ET

    NEW YORK, June 11- When Kevin Pereira needed a loan last year for his shaving gear business, his bank, Wells Fargo, considered his application and turned him down. Kabbage, Lending Club and On Deck are among the lenders making small business and consumer loans that more established banks are less eager to approve. Non-traditional lenders could siphon away as much as...

  • LOS ANGELES, June 10- One of the largest companies to manufacture solar panels in the United States uses a surprising resource to keep costs low and compete against producers from China: prison labor. Suniva Inc, a Georgia- based solar cell and panel maker that is backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc, farms out a small portion of its manufacturing to federal inmates as...

  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been flagging its concerns about overdraft practices since 2012 and said in July that it would address the issue with new regulations. The data shows that lenders including Atlanta- based SunTrust Banks Inc and Birmingham-based Regions Financial Corp could be hit if, as analysts expect, the CFPB caps fees and...

  • In an unusual hearing before a standing room-only audience, trial lawyers for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sought to convince the regulator's commissioners of the legality of SEC administrative proceedings. The case involved Timbervest LLC, which was seeking to overturn an August decision by SEC Administrative Law Judge Cameron Elliot...