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  • Dow seeks longest win streak in 2½ years Tuesday, 13 Oct 2015 | 7:27 AM ET

    U.S. stock futures were under pressure this morning. But a Dow increase today would mark the longest winning streak since March 2013.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 9- A fiery oil train derailment that forced the evacuation of hundreds of people in West Virginia last February was caused by a rail defect that railroad inspectors from CSX Corp missed twice in the preceding months, U.S. regulators said on Friday. Twenty-seven of the train's 109 cars derailed near Mount Carbon, West Virginia, on Feb. 16.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 9- U.S. regulators on Friday said a February oil train derailment in Mount Carbon, West Virginia, was caused by a rail defect that CSX Corp and its contractor missed during at least two inspections conducted months before the accident.

  • 'Amtrak shutdown' would go way beyond just Amtrak Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015 | 3:05 PM ET
    A train conductor signals from an Amtrak train September 3, 2015 in New Carrollton, Maryland.

    The economic impact of an Amtrak shutdown would mean more than an inconvenience for commuters. It may affect the larger economy.

  • Goldman: Earnings, buyback blackout to hit market Monday, 28 Sep 2015 | 12:11 PM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    With the end of the third quarter in sight, Goldman Sachs predicts the upcoming earnings season will not be pretty.

  • CHICAGO/ NEW YORK, Sept 28- Investors in U.S. railroad stocks, who have been punished in 2015 by an accelerating decline in high-margin coal shipments, now are pinning their long-term hopes on a resurgence in consumer spending. The major publicly-traded U.S. railroads including Union Pacific Corp, CSX Corp and Norfolk Southern Corp have missed estimates or...

  • Ackman: I'm more bullish on stocks than Tepper Friday, 11 Sep 2015 | 9:48 AM ET
    Bill Ackman

    The billionaire tells CNBC he's more bullish on stocks based on valuations than fellow hedge fund titan David Tepper. Ackman also talks Mondelez and his Herbalife short.

  • CHICAGO, Sept 9- Oscar Munoz, the new chief executive at United Continental Holdings Inc, will be expected to persuade investors and employees that he can fix a complex business in an industry in which he has no experience. Munoz had held finance jobs at consumer products companies including Coca-Cola Enterprises, AT&T Corp and Pepsico Inc before joining CSX.

  • Sept 9- One day after ousting its chief executive, United Continental Holdings Inc and its new boss, Oscar Munoz, moved to reassure shareholders and employees that the company is stable. The airline also got a boost on Wednesday after acting Chief Financial Officer Gerry Laderman said at an investor conference that United is on track to save $1 billion in annual...

  • Sept 9- United Continental Holdings Inc's new chief executive, in his first communication to employees, promised to meet with as many workers as possible and "hear about operations directly from you," a sharp contrast with ousted predecessor Jeff Smisek that drew cheers from investors and unions on Wednesday. Separately, acting Chief Financial Officer Gerry...

  • Sept 9- United Continental Holdings Inc's new CEO, in his first communication with employees, struck a sharp contrast with ousted predecessor Jeff Smisek, a shift investors and unions cheered on Wednesday. Along with Smisek, two other senior UAL executives also left United on Tuesday as a result of a federal probe involving the Port Authority of New York and New...

  • Sept 9- Analysts on Wednesday gave the thumbs up to the replacement of United Continental Holdings Inc Chief Executive Officer Jeff Smisek, who stepped down due to a federal probe of the U.S. airline, and the company's shares were flat. Oscar Munoz, a UAL board member, is stepping down from his job as chief operating officer of railroad company CSX Corp.

  • Sonnenfeld: What United Airlines got right Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015 | 9:51 AM ET
    United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek.

    United should be saluted for how it handled the ouster of its CEO and chairman, Yale School of Management's Jeff Sonnenfeld told CNBC.

  • Early movers: AAPL, UAL, LNG, PLAY, YHOO & more Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015 | 7:52 AM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Sept 8- United Continental Holdings Inc said on Tuesday Chief Executive Jeff Smisek had stepped down amid a federal probe of the airline, and that two other senior executives tied to the investigation would also be leaving the company. United Continental's shares fell 2.8 percent in trading after the bell. Smisek, who has been the company's CEO since 2010, will...

  • UPDATE 1-United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek steps down Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015 | 5:21 PM ET

    Sept 8- United Continental Holdings Inc said Chief Executive Jeff Smisek had stepped down and named CSX Corp Chief Operating Office Oscar Munoz as his replacement, effective immediately. United Continental's shares fell 2.8 percent in trading after the bell on Tuesday. Smisek, who has been the company's CEO since 2010, will also step down as chairman and...

  • United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek steps down Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015 | 4:46 PM ET

    Sept 8- United Continental Holdings Inc said Chief Executive Jeff Smisek had stepped down, effective immediately.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 8- U.S. railroads may not be obligated under federal law to carry freight including crude oil and hazardous materials from Jan. 1 if they fail to meet a year-end deadline for implementing new train safety technology, according to a top federal regulator. In a Sept. 3 letter to the Senate Commerce Committee, U.S. Surface Transportation Board...

  • Early movers: TIF, SJM, DG, MIK, CSX, TSLA & more Thursday, 27 Aug 2015 | 7:51 AM ET
    Trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Betting big on the nation's rails Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 11:39 AM ET
    Shipping containers at the CSX Intermodal Terminal in North Baltimore, Ohio.

    Transport carriers are making significant investments to fit more containers on their networks. Here's why.