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United Airlines Frequent Flyer Hits 10 Million Miles
Upon arriving to Chicago on United flight 942 from Los Angeles, Stuker was greeted by United’s President and CEO Jeff Smisek and a whole enterage of other people. Before he de-planed, it was quite the skeptical and people gathered around not knowing what they were watching.
Are there any editors at Reuters?
Not only was entourage spelled wrong in this item, but spectacle was written as skeptical.
This is unfortunate that Reuters is so sloppy.
This was a third-party piece that was neither written nor edited by Reuters, but it was indeed used on Reuters.com.
We took it down following your complaint: GBU Editor
Two ground crew members walk past a United Airlines airplane as it sits at a gate at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, June 18, 2011. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn
Casey Anthony trial turned into media frenzy
Yet when a Florida jury announced on Tuesday that the young mother was not guilty of murdering her infant daughter, talk-show host Julie Chen cried on national television while CBS and ABC speed-raced to air hour-long nightly specials.
This was a mistake.
The child was not an infant. The child was 2-1/2 years old.
Indeed, Caylee was not an infant: GBU Editor
Casey Anthony sits in court during her sentencing at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Florida, July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Joe Burbank/Pool
Governor Moonbeam has big plans for California sun
The feisty 73-year-old who brings a former seminarian’s zeal to environmentalism sees green jobs reinvigorating the economy and restoring California’s position as world leader in clean energy.
Roche undeterred after FDA’s Avastin rebuff
ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss drugmaker Roche Holding AG had nothing to lose by giving Avastin another role of the dice, and by doing so showed the world it still believes the drug should be used in breast cancer.
“…another role of the dice….”
Really? Which role will the dice now play?
Helping You Help Yourselves
UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Friday July 1
LONDON, July 1 (Reuters) – Britain’s top share index is seen opening flat to lower on Friday, pausing for breath after a strong run this week, at the start of a new month and quarter, with investors focusing back on fundamentals as immediate fears over the Greek debt crisis reside.
A demonstrator is detained by riot police during anti-austerity protests in Athens, June 29, 2011. Greece’s parliament has approved unpopular austerity measures on Wednesday, despite violent protests, to secure international funds to prevent the euro zone’s first sovereign default. REUTERS/John Kolesidis
Greek photo on Page 1 of the NY Times today, Thursday, is splendid photojournalism.
Village bites into snake business
A step into the homes of any of the farming families here brings visitors eye-to-eye with thousands of some of the world’s most feared creatures — snakes, many of them poisonous.
By Kelly Carr and Brian Grow
CHEYENNE/ATLANTA (Reuters) – The secretive business havens of Cyprus and the Cayman Islands face a potent rival: Cheyenne, Wyoming.
At a single address in this sleepy city of 60,000 people, more than 2,000 companies are registered. The building, 2710 Thomes Avenue, isn’t a shimmering skyscraper filled with A-list corporations. It’s a 1,700-square-foot brick house with a manicured lawn, a few blocks from the State Capitol.
Brady Bunch mom got crabs in affair with NY mayor
Florence Henderson, the actress who played perky mom Carol Brady in the beloved family sitcom, says she once got crabs after a one-night-stand with career politician John Lindsay, who was the mayor of New York City at the time.
Henderson, now 77, recounts in her upcoming memoir that she was cheating on her husband during the 1960s, and gave in to her better judgment when her married and unattractive friend put the moves on her over drinks at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Europe Gasoline/Naphtha-Margins slip as crude bounces
LONDON, June 22 (Reuters) – Gasoline refining margins slipped as Brent bounced on Wednesday, although a drop in gasoline inventories in the U.S. supported the market and outright prices in the region were higher.
“There’s no interest from the U.S. but the Mediterranean is busy,” said a gasoline broker, adding that refinery shutdowns in the Arabian Gulf and issues in Israel had boosted activity.
Hi. I subscribe to your ‘daily newsmail’.
If you don’t change the section heading DEAL’S TODAY to DEALS TODAY, I shall be forced to unsubscribe.
The unnecessary apostrophe was part of our template, unfortunately.
We’ve fixed it now, although unsubscribing over a typo seems kind of extreme: GBU Editor