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U.S. oil industry set to break record, upend global trade

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Surging shale production is poised to push U.S. oil output to more than 10 million barrels per day - toppling a record set in 1970 and crossing a threshold few could have imagined even a decade ago.

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How To Build A Thriving Brand Presence On Instagram

There are millions of brand trying to get noticed on Instagram, here's how to stand out in the sea of sameness.

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UFC 220 Free Full Fight Video: Stipe Miocic Vs. Junior Dos Santos

In his most recent fight, UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic avenged a 2014 loss to Junior dos Santos with a first-round knockout victory.

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Too Good To Be True? Carbon Capture 'Game Changer' Raises Hopes And Questions

A potential breakthrough technology is being tested in Houston—a new kind of natural-gas power plant that captures and reuses what normally goes up the smokestack: carbon dioxide, heat, and water. But the concept endured another kind of test last w

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4 Potential Hurdles That Could Derail The Success Of Aamir Khan's 'Secret Superstar' In China

How 'Secret Superstar' fares in China will be entirely dependent on whether it survives the pitfalls that dampened attendance last year and made it only a middling success in India.

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4 Potential Hurdles That Could Derail 'Secret Superstar' In China

How 'Secret Superstar' fares in China will be entirely dependent on whether it survives the pitfalls that dampened attendance last year and made it only a middling success in India.

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Two Singapore Airbnb hosts to plead guilty to illegal letting charges: lawyer

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Two Airbnb hosts charged in Singapore with unauthorized short-term letting of four apartments are expected to plead guilty next month, their lawyer said on Tuesday.

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There Are Finally Blue Skies Over Beijing, But Are They Sustainable?

Air quality in Beijing has improved dramatically this winter, showing that President Xi Jinping's environmental policies are delivering result. But this doesn't mean that China is winning its nationwide war on pollution.

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Here Is What Can Happen If You Hold In A Sneeze

An otherwise healthy 34-year-old man pinched his nose and held his mouth closed when about to sneeze. Here's what happened next and how you should handle your sneezes instead.

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WWE Raw Results: News And Notes After Braun Strowman Is Fired, Rehired

WWE Raw news, notes and business analysis from San Antonio, TX on January 15, 2018 featuring Braun Strowman's firing and rehiring.

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Fiat Chrysler CEO Rules Out Selling Brands or Splitting Up Company

CEO Sergio Marchionne said Monday he has no plans to sell its Jeep business or split up the company, cooling speculation but leaving the company’s long-term strategy unclear.

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NAACP Image Awards Early Winners Include Idris Elba, Bruno Mars, Jordan Peele and Tiffany Haddish

The 49th annual NAACP Image Awards are unique in that they celebrate achievements by people of color in literature, film, music and television. This year’s live telecast is hosted by Anthony Anderson and is broadcast on TV One. Here are the pre-tel

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NFL Playoffs: History Is On The Side of Tom Brady And The New England Patriots

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are set to make their seventh consecutive AFC Championship Game appearance, and history is definitely on their side.

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Scorching Hot Presales Set Up Potential #1 China Debut For Aamir Khan's 'Secret Superstar'

Anticipation is running sky-high in the PRC for the Indian family drama’s release this Friday.

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Carillion: Small firms count the cost of collapse

The construction giant spent £1bn a year with local suppliers, but many will now not be paid for work done.

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Asian shares slip as iron ore softens, euro near three-year top

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares slumped on Tuesday, as miners were pressured by weaker Chinese iron ore prices, while the euro stood near a 3-year peak on rising expectations that the European Central Bank could pare its monetary stimulus.

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Product safety flaws 'exposed by Whirlpool danger dryers'

More than one million fire-risk dryers are still being used in UK homes, a parliamentary committee says.

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80% of all bitcoin that will ever exist have already entered circulation

The value of the cryptocurrency could shoot up even further as more and more coins are mined

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London tops ranking for highest rents in Europe for a third consecutive year

An unfurnished, mid-market, three-bedroom apartment in prime areas of London costs around £5,398 a month

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Platinum, Clinging to its Status as a Top Precious Metal, Faces a Crisis

With industrial uses on the wane, producers are cutting jobs, selling assets and spending millions of dollars in advertising. Their Hail Mary is to entice a new generation of jewelry buyers to switch from gold.

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Iceland becomes first supermarket to go 'plastic-free' for own brand products in landmark announcement

'The world has woken up to the scourge of plastics,' says the supermarket's managing director

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How Adele Opened Way For A $32 Million Business - And Why Vinyl Is Surging

It took a fire at a Sony warehouse to open an opportunity for one of the top record distributors. Proper Music, of the U.K., stepped in to help make Adele’s album 21 into a bigger hit in 2011. Proper’s business, now turning over more than $3

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Cold War In Vegas: Taxis, Lyft, Uber Fight It Out

Rideshare vehicles (Uber and Lyft) just set a record for pickups at Las Vegas Airport. Is there still room in the tourist city for traditional taxicabs and drivers?

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Rio Tinto brushes off woes to post record iron ore shipments

Rio Tinto shipped a record amount of iron ore in the final three months of 2017, helping the mining giant meet its annual target despite having been hit by poor weather and rail system issues earlier in the year.

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Why the A380 never really took off

Airbus has said it will stop making its superjumbo if it does not get any more orders.

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Shell Bids a Long Goodbye to Middle Eastern Oil

Royal Dutch Shell is giving up on its last oil fields in Iraq, leaving the world’s second-biggest oil company with a dwindling footprint in the Middle East—a region it helped build into a petroleum powerhouse.

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The Art Of Being Self-Made: A Conversation With A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie

I spoke with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie about breaking into the industry, lessons learned and the importance of building a brand beyond the music.

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Bitcoin News: Paying Taxes With Cyrptocurrency And 80 Percent Of Coins Mined

The question, ‘what can you buy with bitcoin’, is a practical one as acceptance of the currency slowly grows but one major city could study whether you should be able to pay your taxes with a cryptocurrency. Toronto councilor Norm Kelly said

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The 'John Wick' TV Series May Be Missing The Point

The Continental Hotel is just a backdrop, nothing more.

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