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Lincoln 'miracles' & Lions stun Foxes - FA Cup fifth round so far

Millwall had already beaten Premier League sides Bournemouth and Watford on their way to the fifth round and victory secured their place in the last eight for the third time in 32 seasons. Burnley's frustrations manifested themselves in some antagonistic behaviour by renowned brawler Barton during the second half. Barton flattened Lincoln midfielder Terry Hawkridge after swinging an arm into the midfielder's face and should have been sent off.

MAXIMUS Included on Fortune's Annual World's Most Admired Companies List

While US e-commerce company Amazon and global coffee chain, Starbucks is following the tech giant Apple in the list. Companies on the list with a large presence in Iowa include No. "This recognition honors the commitment of our team to continuous improvement and exceeding customer expectations". Fortune takes the top 1,000 USA companies and the top 500 global companies and then cuts the total down to 680 based on revenues in their respective industries.

Trump To Boeing: Expect 'A Big Order' Of Super Hornets

Since the last phone call, Bogdan said he's sent information up the chain through the Secretary of Defense, and "would expect that would be the normal way of doing business" going forward. Boeing and Lockheed Martin did not comment. After the December 21 meeting with military officials and subsequent calls with Bogdan, Trump ordered Mattis to do a formal comparison between the F-35 and F-18.

Sources Say Melania Trump Is "Unhappy With How Her Life Ended Up"

Melania's first act as First Lady was to leave her husband in Washington DC and return to the family home in NY so ten-year-old son Barron could complete his school year. Although the first lady is fluent in five languages, she is self-conscious of her heavy Slovenian accent, which comedians have mocked, according to US Weekly .

Cigna terminates $48bn Anthem deal, demands $14.85bn compensation

Additionally, Cigna says Indianapolis-based Anthem is on the hook for another $13 billion in damages owed to shareholders as a result of the failed deal. The decision was taken following a "no" from the federal court with respect to their deals. US-based global health service company Cigna has called off a proposed merger agreement with Anthem following an order from the US District Court for the District of Columbia and demands more than $14.85 billion compensation from Anthem.

Indian benchmark indices end lower on Tuesday

BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices plunged 1.2 per cent and 1.5 per cent respectively. Meanwhile, Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth a net Rs 6.45 crore yesterday, as per provisional data released by the stock exchanges. Tata Steel is declining 2.4%, Hero Motocorp is down 2% and Adani Ports is lower by 1.6%. Sun Pharma shares tumbled 4.3 percent after the drug major reported a 5 percent drop in Q3 net profit amid lackluster sales in two of its largest markets - US and India.

Inflation rises to highest since June 2014 as fuel costs surge

Annual CPI inflation in January was not quite as high as the 1.9 per cent forecast by economists. Consumer prices hit their highest level in two and a half years in January, with rising fuel costs pushing inflation higher. Impacted by note ban, retail inflation fell to multi-year low of 3.17 per cent in January mainly on account of declining prices of food items including vegetables and pulses.

Seahawks won't lose draft pick for concealing Richard Sherman's injury

In a series of tweets Tuesday morning, NFL.com's Mike Garafolo reported a source had revealed the Seahawks would only be issued a warning for the violation. The NFL's Injury Report Policy mandates compliance with the following procedure. The NFL's official rules stipulate teams are required to inform the league, opponents, media and broadcast partners of any player injuries on a weekly basis.

Sensex up over 111 points at 28441 in early morning trade

President Donald Trump promised to unveil a comprehensive tax plan to lower the tax burden on American business and said he wanted to "develop a constructive relationship" with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Mid-cap index declined 38 points but Small-cap rose 18 points. Top losers in the Sensex-30 pack: Lupin (down 2.1 per cent), ITC (down 1.6 per cent), Dr Reddy's Labs (down 1.5 per cent), Gail (down 1.5 per cent), and Cipla (down 1.3 per cent).

Florida's solar workforce grows 26 percent in 2016

Florida added 1,700 solar-industry jobs in 2016, a 26 percent increase, according to a national non-profit that promotes solar power. Need some good news? (The vast majority of new solar jobs, however, are in installation). The solar power industry in the U.S.is growing fast, and it's creating a lot of new jobs. "The solar industry is an American success story", said Andrea Luecke, executive director of The Solar Foundation, and these numbers "are proof positive" of that.

Disney a Winning Stock Even With ESPN Fumbles

Currently, the stock has a 1 Year Price Target of $114.39. The stock lost nearly -0.05% in price since last earning report , when its share price was $4.35. The 52-week high of Walt Disney Company (The) (NYSE: DIS ) is $111.99 and the 52-week low is $86.25. Its market cap was at $172.64 billion. A number of analysts offered their Estimated Earnings analysis for The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS ) for the current quarter.

Army: Dakota Access Pipeline can proceed, environmental study to be canceled

Following an announcement that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted an easement to allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to be completed, Eric Ferrero of Amnesty International USA made the following statement . "I have determined that there is no cause for completing any additional environmental analysis", Douglas Lamont, the acting assistant secretary of the army, wrote in a memorandum.

GoPro puts the Karma drone back on the shelf

While the company did pull in $540 million in revenue in the fourth quarter - the second-best ever for GoPro , and about $100 million more than its very bad 2015 holiday season - that figure was still about $30 million below industry projections.

Multiple Toronto police RIDE checks planned for Super Bowl weekend

Super Bowl Sunday is an exciting day across America. That update did not analyze other holidays. "Alcohol is a leading factor in fatal traffic crashes, especially during celebratory weekends". Lycoming DUI Task Force Coordinator and Old Lycoming Township Police Chief Joe Hope confirmed the task force will be conducting roving patrols throughout the county during Super Bowl Sunday.

United Kingdom service sector growth eases in Jan, optimism at 1½-year high

These higher costs are feeding through to higher selling prices, which will inevitably put upward pressure on consumer prices. Growth in Italy's services sector sped up a notch in January, a survey showed on Friday, signalling modest expansion in the euro zone's most chronically sluggish economy.

Indian economy seen growing 6.75-7.5% in 2017-18

The Economic Survey is tabled in Parliament a day before the annual Union Budget is presented by the Finance Minister. Global rating agency Standard & Poor's ruling out any ratings upgrade for the country for a considerable period has reportedly irked Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government whose chief economic adviser Arvind Subramaniam has drafted the Economic Survey document.

H&M profits hit by strengthening dollar

The results provide a lift for Europe's apparel retailers after a year when unseasonable weather patterns, changing consumer priorities and the strength of the dollar all provided challenges. The retailer also said it will add new online options such as next-day shipments that's now offered in five markets and time-slot deliveries available in Japan.

Lego named most powerful brand in the world

Saudi Telecom Company (STC), the kingdom's biggest telecoms operator, is the most valuable brand in the Middle East, and Emirates is the most valuable brand in the UAE, according to Brand Finance's Global 500 report. They don't go on to explain exactly what Apple did to exploit customers though. "All companies should therefore not just know the value of their brands, but also understand what drives that value and how it can be harnessed to benefit the business as a whole".

Lofgren's H1B reform bill hits Indian IT

India's foreign ministry said it had expressed concern to the US. The Bill comes in the wake of immigration policy changes in the U.S., days after President Trump took over. Previous proposals to tighten visa rules have fizzled in Congress, partly because of opposition from the banks, retailers and many other businesses that use H-1B workers.

Zedd Plans ACLU Benefit Show In Opposition To Trump Administration

Tech companies and industry executives have been among the most vocal opponents of President Trump's travel ban. He has since followed up to confirm that a benefit show is going to happen , telling artists to contact him if they want to participate.

Diageo re-enters Irish whiskey

The brand pays homage to George Roe, who is credited with building the golden era of Irish whiskey in the 19th century. Roe & Co will be very much in the luxury category when it goes on sale next month with a retail price of around €35 a bottle.

GM, Honda Team up to Develop Advanced Hydrogen Fuel Cells

The companies are making equal investments totaling $85M in the joint venture. Their U.S. investment plan is the latest this month from the auto industry after President Donald Trump urged vehicle makers to raise production in the United States and vowed to cut regulations and taxes to make the U.S.

Protesters denounce Donald Trump during Miami airport protest

While it remains unclear who the people are behind these fresh protests, what has become evident is that calls for such widespread protests are being shared through social media networks using the hashtag #MuslimBan. from certain Muslim-majority countries. "We are prepared to fight back against these racist executive orders and will defend and protect all communities and normalize resistance to Trump everywhere", a spokesperson said in a statement.

TransCanada Submits New Application To Build Keystone XL Pipeline

Keystone XL would stretch 1,897 kilometres from Hardisty, Alta., to Steele City, Neb., and would add massive new transport capacity for moving western North American oil - primarily heavy crude from the oil sands but also lighter liquids from the Bakken region.

CEO of Dubai airport offers to help Trump, US improve hubs

Passenger numbers at Dubai International a year ago rose 7.2 per cent to 83.6 million, slowing from a 10.7 per cent gain in 2015. In 2016, the International Airport of Dubai (The United Arab Emirates) remained the busiest airport in the world in terms of international passenger traffic.

Aetna gave phony reason for dumping ACA a year ago, judge says

The plan, though, has languished for months while seeking federal approval. "Judge Bates was convinced otherwise by DOJ's economist and, most telling, by the Aetna and Humana documents", Rovner, who advises health-care clients on antitrust issues, added.

Retail sales dropped at fastest rate since April 2012 over December

Food sales fell 0.5%. "While the coming months are set to reflect the further upcreep in costs from sterling's substantial post-referendum depreciation, consumer spending is still likely to be the mainstay of United Kingdom growth over the year ahead", added Lloyds Bank.

Canadian Pacific CEO Harrison to leave early

Total Revenue reached $ 1637.00 million, decreased 2.96% from $ 1687.00 million a year ago. Carloads (volume) were flat year over year and revenue ton-miles fell 3%. Canadian National Railway Company P/E (price to earnings) ratio is 20.37 and Forward P/E ratio of 18.6. CP has an average price target of $196.75, which is a further upside of 35.48%.

Zinke Talks Climate Change, Trust At Confirmation Hearing

Zinke scored a paltry 3 percent on a League of Conservation Voters' ranking, meaning he has overwhelmingly voted against environmentalists during his time in office. I have no doubt he will be a fighter for America, for our public lands as the next Secretary of the Interior". The state's US senators, both of whom spoke on Zinke's behalf at the beginning of the hearing, welcomed his nomination to a government department so broad in scope its nickname is the "department of everything else".

Asia stocks and pound weak, brace for May's speech on Brexit stance

However, as seen the in scoreboard below, the Aussie actually under performed against numerous crosses, none so more than against the United Kingdom pound which surged as a hot inflation report for December and well-received speech from United Kingdom prime minister Theresa May outlining the nation's Brexit strategy triggered large bouts of short covering in the GBP.