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UEFA Super Cup 2016: Real Madrid vs Sevilla, Preview, Prediction & Predicted Lineup

UEFA Super Cup 2016: Real Madrid vs Sevilla, Preview, Prediction & Predicted Lineup

The strained relationship between James and the Real Madrid coaching staff has been well publicized over the summer months with the Colombian captain linked with a host of European clubs, the latest being Arsenal. Vitolo lured Ramos into an ill-advised challenge as he cut inside into the penalty area and Serbian referee Milorad Mazic pointed to the spot, handing Konoplyanka - who had been on the pitch for less than five minutes - the chance to calmly send Casilla the wrong way.


Delta computer outage included 'small fire' at data center

Delta computer outage included 'small fire' at data center

As of 12:30 p.m. EDT, Delta said it had canceled 278 flights on the day, adding to the more than 1,600 cancellations since Monday. The airline said it has also used its Delta Private Jets subsidiary to get 40 customers from Atlanta to their destinations.



Markets Right Now: Stocks opening higher on Wall Street

We are encouraged by the performance of juniors and young men's as we enter the Back-to-School season. Analysts polled by research firm Consensus Metrix had on average forecast a 1.7 percent drop. Kohl's ended the quarter with significantly lower inventory per store compared with previous year. The company ended the quarter with long-term debt of $2.79 billion, flat sequentially.


Tesla loss grows as it falls short of sales goals

Tesla loss grows as it falls short of sales goals

Electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors Inc. ended its turbulent second quarter with a larger-than-expected loss but said it remains on track to increase production in the second half of this year and introduce a new auto in 2017. Baird Equity Research still has faith in Tesla's technology and innovation. Revenues meanwhile climbed by around a third to $1.3 billion, as Tesla ramped up production but missed its target of 17,000 vehicles by around 2,600 units.



Medal rush continues as diving duo make history with gold

BURGHFIELD's Chris Mears and his partner Jack Laugher have this evening won Great Britain's first ever Olympic gold at diving. Laugher and Mears were always considered to be in contention having won bronze at the most recent world championships, however they had hardly dared to believe they could win the event.