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Traffic Deaths: We Have Met The Enemy, And He Is Us

Safety experts are trying to figure out just why the U.S. traffic fatality rate increased in the first half of 2015 versus the same period a year ago, but inevitably, choices drivers and passengers made, like drunk, drowsy or distracted driving, played a big role, according to the U.S. Department [...]

Kobe Bryant’s Retirement Crashes Internet Site; Here’s His Farewell Poem to Basketball

Basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, who has spent his 20 seasons in the NBA with the Los Angeles Lakers, announced his retirement Sunday, sparking heavy traffic that crashed the Internet site where Bryant posted a farewell poem to the game of...

Aeropostale Earnings Preview: Expecting Another Crash

We believe that the company’s overall performance in the U.S. likely remained poor in the third quarter due to a consistent decline in foot traffic and hefty promotional activities. While Aeropostale saw some latent signs of improvement...Show More Summary

Police officers deliver cash instead of tickets during traffic stops

In Kansas City, MO, some motorists are receiving a holiday surprise instead of a ticket. Continue reading Police officers deliver cash instead of tickets during traffic stops Police officers deliver cash instead of tickets during traffic stops originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 30 Nov 2015 15:44:00 EST. Show More Summary

San Francisco is third worst metro for traffic

Along with housing costs, traffic congestion in metro San Francisco appears to be an additional stress for residents. Drivers in San Francisco are said to deal with 78 hours of traffic-related delays during a year, according to a report from INRIX and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute...

Panama Canal Wait Times Back to Normal

Waiting times for ships at the Panama Canal have returned to normal after poor weather and a spike in traffic caused delays for several weeks, the waterway's operator said on Monday.

Cyber Monday traffic expected to dip

Fewer consumers are expected to shop online on Cyber Monday than they did a year ago, but the post-Thanksgiving weekday party is hardly over for e-commerce sites. The National Retail Federation estimates 121 million shoppers will browse for digital deals Monday, about 5 percent fewer than a year...

Cyber Monday 2015 May Set A New Record

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

U.S. online sales grew 14 percent on Cyber Monday, on track to set a record, leading some retail websites, like Target Corp's, to crash temporarily due to high customer traffic. Website outages and slow checkouts during the five-dayShow More Summary

Staying Stress-Free During the Holidays

The holidays are a time for tradition and family, giving thanks and grand meals. But for many of us, these ideal notions are eclipsed by the absolute frenzy that accompanies the holiday season: extra traffic, endless shopping, and unwelcome guests at the dinner table. Show More Summary

Cyber Monday Fail: Target’s Website Down on Major Online Shopping Day

Categories: Industry News, Operations, Technology Tags: General News Target’s website crashed earlier today due to high traffic on Cyber Monday, the busiest online shopping day of the year. The retailer’s site,, reportedly crashed around 9 a.m. Show More Summary

Cutting Financial Flows, Traffic of Arms Vital to Counter ISIL

The head of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's legal team, Baltasar Garzon, considers it to be crucial that the financial and arms flows to ISIL be investigated, stressing that so far "it has not been done enough there."

These RFID Tags Allow Danish Cyclists To Turn Traffic Lights Green

Sorry, cars: The bike always gets to go first. It really must be heaven to be a cyclist in Denmark. You get lovely, dedicated infrastructure, like this new bridge. You get cities that run analyses showing how bikes are good for people, and cars aren't. And now, if you live in Aarhus, you can get a special tag to help beat the traffic lights. Read Full Story

Target Website Crashes, Spoiling Shoppers’ Cyber Monday

Savvy holiday shoppers who didn’t want to fight the crowds on Black Friday may still be battling congested online traffic in order to obtain the plethora of Cyber Monday deals today. That’s especially true if you’re trying to score some goodies from Target, as the retailer’s website crashed this morning.  The Washington Post reports that at about 10:20 a.m. ET …

Target Website Has Problems Amid Heavy Traffic

Target’s website was suffering technical problems, making the site intermittently unavailable for some Web shoppers on the popular online shopping day known as “Cyber Monday.”

Target and PayPal's Sites Crashed Early on Cyber Monday

Target and PayPal have both experienced temporary Internet shutdowns today, seemingly because of a flood of consumer traffic. It's unclear exactly how long the outages occurred, but the outages lingered long enough to draw the ire of many Twitter users. Show More Summary

Paypal And Target Down On Cyber Monday Due To Traffic

Are Paypal and Target down for Cyber Monday? Cyber Monday is up and kicking–with some deals even starting as early as Sunday–but it seems two of the biggest sites people looked forward to this Cyber Monday failed to deliver: Paypal and Target. Show More Summary

Study: Airlines Padded Flight Schedules To Improve On-Time Performance Stats

So many things can delay a flight — weather, traffic, minor technical glitches to name just a few — and yet nearly three-quarters of all flights arrived at their destination on schedule last year. A new study suggests that this achievement might not just be the result of increased efficiency, but of padded schedules. OAG Aviation Worldwide, a British company …

Target website down on Cyber Monday traffic

11 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

(Reuters) - Discount retailer Target Corp's website was down due to heavy traffic on Cyber Monday. Shoppers looking for bargains on were greeted with an error message: "So sorry, but high traffic's causing delays. Show More Summary

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