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Daimler CEO - Boeing safety debate highlights challenge for autonomous tech

STUTTGART Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said on Tuesday the debate surrounding the safety of Boeing's aircraft shows how hard it can be to win public acceptance for autonomous car technology.

UPDATE 1-Daimler CEO: Boeing safety debate highlights challenge for autonomous tech

STUTTGART, April 2 Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said on Tuesday the debate surrounding the safety of Boeing's aircraft shows how hard it can be to win public acceptance for autonomous car technology.

Online surge, long lines mark start of Thanksgiving sales

NEW YORK, Nov 23 U.S. shoppers hit department stores on Thanksgiving evening and spent $1.75 billion online by 5 p.m. ET as a strong economy and rising wages drove a solid start to the holiday selling season.

Wall St Week Ahead-Investors eye holiday sales for market salve

(Repeats story from Friday with no change to text) By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK, Nov 16 Investors will get a glimpse of consumer health next week as the holiday shopping season gets under way with Black Friday sales, and a solid start could help equities steady after several tumultuous weeks. The day after Thanksgiving has been regarded as the traditional start of the holiday buying season, although deals and bargains are being unveiled earlier this year. Wall Stre

Investors eye holiday sales for market salve

NEW YORK Investors will get a glimpse of consumer health next week as the holiday shopping season gets under way with Black Friday sales, and a solid start could help equities steady after several tumultuous weeks.

Investors eye holiday sales for market salve

NEW YORK Investors will get a glimpse of consumer health next week as the holiday shopping season gets under way with Black Friday sales, and a solid start could help equities steady after several tumultuous weeks.

Wall St Week Ahead-Investors eye holiday sales for market salve

By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK, Nov 16 Investors will get a glimpse of consumer health next week as the holiday shopping season gets under way with Black Friday sales, and a solid start could help equities steady after several tumultuous weeks. The day after Thanksgiving has been regarded as the traditional start of the holiday buying season, although deals and bargains are being unveiled earlier this year. Wall Street has been struggling with uncertainty over U.S. co

Ready, set, shop: More than a third of Americans to buy on Black Friday: poll

About 38 percent of American consumers plan to shop on Black Friday this year, and six in 10 of those shoppers anticipate making at least half of their holiday purchases on that day, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Thursday. | Video

Ready, set, shop: More than a third of Americans to buy on Black Friday -poll

Nov 15 About 38 percent of American consumers plan to shop on Black Friday this year, and six in 10 of those shoppers anticipate making at least half of their holiday purchases on that day, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Thursday.

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