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  • SEATTLE— A robot named Tracey greeted passengers at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, providing tips to get them smoothly through security checkpoints. CEO Paul McManus says it is a demonstration model, but future versions could recognize when a traveler is wearing sunglasses or a hat and ask them to take it off before the security checkpoint.

  • Vilnius International Airport, with a single 2.5- kilometer runway, will close Friday until Aug. 17. Some airlines, including Ryanair, have canceled all scheduled flights until September, and several popular direct flights between Vilnius and Madrid, Liverpool and Malta will not be flown during the closure. With 3.8 million annual passengers last year, Vilnius...

  • Cramer Remix: This stock is just too sexy to ignore

    Jim Cramer may have an unhealthy obsession with this stock, but at this price, maybe you should too.

  • Jim Cramer on Mad Money.

    Jim Cramer may have an unhealthy obsession with this stock, but at this price, maybe you should too.

  • SAN FRANCISCO— A top California state official said Wednesday he was a passenger on an Air Canada jet that nearly landed on a taxiway where four other planes were sitting rather than the designated runway at San Francisco International Airport. California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones was on the flight from Toronto returning from a conference of...

  • CHICAGO— Police officers will take the lead in responding to disturbances at Chicago's two airports and the word "police" will be removed from the uniforms of non-police security officers, the aviation department announced Wednesday, responding to an April incident in which security officers dragged a passenger from a packed United Airlines flight.

  • Governor Gina Raimondo visits Isle Brewers Guild, where they recently started brewing Narragansett Beer in Rhode Island for the first time in 30 years.

    Rhode Island is moving up as a place to build a business and find a job. Governor Gina Raimondo explains the decisions behind the boom.

  • The watchdog, known by its Dutch acronym ACM, said it had visited some of the dozens of companies active in fuel production, transportation, storage and trading in Rotterdam, Antwerp and Amsterdam after receiving information from the police. The port of Rotterdam is Europe's largest bunkering port, as well as one of the top three bunkering ports worldwide.

  • PHILADELPHIA— Several hundred workers, including baggage handlers, cleaners and customer service agents at three New York- area airports and Philadelphia International Airport have suspended a strike while contract talks continue. A spokeswoman for the 32 BJ Service Employees International Union said late Tuesday that workers also planned to strike...

  • AMSTERDAM, July 12- The Dutch competition watchdog said on Wednesday it was investigating a possible illegal, price-fixing cartel by fuel companies in ports in the Netherlands and Belgium. The watchdog, known by its Dutch acronym ACM, said it had visited some of the dozens of companies active in fuel production, transportation, storage and trading in Rotterdam,...

  • The China Greater Bay Area plans aim to link up city clusters with capabilities across sectors, says Edward Cheung of Cushman & Wakefield.

  • The Air Canada A320 from Toronto was cleared to land on a runway at the airport just before midnight on Friday, the FAA said in a statement. Along with the FAA, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident. "An air traffic controller sent the Air Canada jet around," the FAA said.

  • Workers assemble a Boeing 737 airplane at the company's factory in Renton, Washington

    Washington's governor says amid a trade war led by the nation's capital, there's a simple reality: 95 percent of consumers live outside US.

  • Top States Worst Infrastructure

    Trump backs a $1 trillion infrastructure plan mixing state and private spending. These 10 crumbling states need it most.

  • Construction workers pour concrete as part of a bridge expansion project in California.

    These 10 states have the best infrastructure in America, from roads and bridges to railways, ports, airports and utilities.

  • MONTREAL, July 11- The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is investigating how an Air Canada pilot lined up to land last week on a taxiway at San Francisco International Airport where four planes were waiting to depart, the agency said on Tuesday. The Air Canada A320 from Toronto was cleared to land on a runway at the airport just before midnight on Friday, the FAA...

  • MONTREAL, July 11- The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is investigating how an Air Canada pilot lined up to land last week on a San Francisco International Airport taxiway where four planes were waiting to depart, the agency said on Tuesday. The Air Canada A320 from Toronto was cleared to land on a runway at the airport just before midnight on Friday, the FAA...

  • Amtrak CEO: It's not cheap to bore a tunnel and who pays?

    Wick Moorman, Amtrak CEO talks about Elon Musk's plan to build a Hyperloop and the costs associated with boring giant underground tunnels.

  • Amtrak CEO: Penn Station repairs 'summer of renewal'

    Wick Moorman, Amtrak CEO, talks about beginning emergency repairs at Penn Station in New York after years of neglect. It's time to get some work done, says Moorman.

  • Container ship Cosco Development, registered and sailing under the flag of Hong Kong, is seen near from Panama City on May 2, 2017.

    COSCO Shipping's and Hong Kong's OOIL's shares leaped on Monday after COSCO Shipping made a $6.3 billion bid for OOIL on Sunday.