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  • Nov 6- United Continental Holdings Inc will not outsource more jobs in baggage handling or customer service until at least 2019 and will start "expedited" contract talks for nearly 30,000 workers, the airline said on Friday. The news marks the latest effort by United, the second-largest U.S. airline by capacity, and new Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz to build...

  • OTG is working with Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse Group AG on the potential IPO, which could raise between $300 and $400 million, the people said this week. OTG and Credit Suisse did not immediately respond to requests for comment, while Morgan Stanley declined to comment. New York- based OTG works with chefs to develop dining concepts in airports such as Newark...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 5- The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday voted to pass a multi-year transportation funding bill that also renews the Export-Import Bank's charter, but final provisions of the measure will be subject to negotiations with the Senate. The bill authorizes federal spending on road, bridge and rail transit infrastructure projects for six...

  • CALGARY, Alberta, Nov 5 (Reuters)- TransCanada Corp scrapped plans to build a port in Quebec and said on Thursday it will have only one export terminal for its Energy East pipeline project. Calgary- based TransCanada had originally planned to build two ports for shipping crude overseas- one at the pipeline terminus in St John, New Brunswick, and the other in Cacouna,...

  • Will the Russian plane crash impact airports? Wednesday, 4 Nov 2015 | 7:00 PM ET
    Will the Russian plane crash impact airports?

    Matthias Zieschang, CFO of Fraport, doesn’t expect the Russian plane crash to impact its operations at Frankfurt Airport.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 4- Fifteen stories beneath midtown Manhattan, hundreds of workers are slowly converting massive subterranean chambers into a new terminal for the Long Island Railroad, the United States' busiest commuter rail system. A $10.2 billion project, known as East Side Access, will divert some Long Island Railroad trains from their current terminus at...

  • TORONTO, Nov 2- Canada's Hydro One drew buying interest from some pension funds that covet such assets, but an initial public offering of the electricity distributor was always the government's preferred option, Ontario's finance minister said on Monday. The IPO, which is expected to close later this week, is set to raise up to C $1.83 billion for Canada's most...

  • Strange airplane ideas that are yet to take off Monday, 2 Nov 2015 | 1:17 AM ET

    Standing-only passenger tickets, pay-to-use toilets and planes shaped like flying saucers are some ideas yet to make it to an airport near you.

  • LOS ANGELES, Oct 30- Striking Southern California port truckers who accuse shipping companies of wage theft took their grievances on Friday to City Hall in Los Angeles, where they gained new political backing for their cause. The strikes, idling just a fraction of the 13,000- plus trucks hauling cargo in and out of the Los Angeles and Long Beach harbor complex,...

  • TORONTO, Oct 29- Ontario electric utility Hydro One's initial public offering priced at C $20.50 per share on Thursday, raising C $1.66 billion and marking one of the biggest IPOs in Canadian history. Earlier this month, the government of Ontario outlined plans to sell up to 89.25 million Hydro One shares in an IPO that was expected to price between C $19 and C $21 a...

  • GE vs Alstom for massive Indian rail contracts Wednesday, 28 Oct 2015 | 10:37 PM ET

    A division of General Electric and Alstom, the French engineering company, are frontrunners to supply locomotives, the FT reports.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 27- The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a bill to keep federal funds flowing to road and bridge construction projects into late November, while also extending a key rail safety deadline to the end of 2018.. The newly approved measure now heads to the Senate. Some have demanded that Congress act by the end of October.

  • AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES SPIRIT AIRLINES AS ITS LARGEST COMPETITOR OUT OF DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTL AIRPORT- PRESIDENT.

  • Made in China? Think railways Thursday, 22 Oct 2015 | 6:52 PM ET
    Made in China? Think railways

    Chinese rail companies that have built more than 10,000 miles of track lines domestically now want to expand into infrastructure developments overseas. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.

  • Indonesia PM talks of reforms ahead of US visit Thursday, 22 Oct 2015 | 2:10 AM ET

    Ahead of his maiden U.S. trip, Indonesia's President Jokowi says that while his first year has been rocky, he's still forging ahead with reform plans.

  • Uber CEO: China accounts for about 30 percent of trips Thursday, 22 Oct 2015 | 12:22 AM ET
    Uber New York

    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick said about 30 percent of its trips now take place in China, underlining the country's importance to Uber's growth plans.

  • LONDON/ MOSCOW, Oct 21- More than 100 cargo vessels have reached Syria in the past few weeks, in the biggest buildup in shipping for over a year as Russia steps up its support for ally President Bashar al-Assad. The ships have arrived directly from Russia, Black Sea ports such as Constantza in Romania as well as from Lebanon and Egypt, according to shipping data,...

  • MEXICO CITY, Oct 20- Mexican mining and railroad company Grupo Mexico expects to invest $1 billion in new oil projects over five years from a mix of contracts and joint ventures with national oil firm Pemex, a top executive said on Tuesday. One of Mexico's biggest conglomerates and controlled by reclusive billionaire German Larrea, Grupo Mexico is divided into...

  • Hate potholes? Blame this group of drivers… Monday, 19 Oct 2015 | 4:38 PM ET

    One key group of Americans is creating unsafe conditions on America's roads, according to a new report.

  • Iran is preparing for 'tsunami' of tourists Monday, 19 Oct 2015 | 12:25 AM ET

    Iran's vice president told The AP his country is preparing for a "tsunami" of foreign tourists as sanctions against the country starts being lifted.