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Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE:LUV) shares gained 0.75% to $14.70. The company currently saves roughly 54 million gallons of fuel each year, thanks to those little DooHickeys you see at the end of the wing on the Boeing 737 aircraft, which also have the added bonus of reducing emissions. These little DooHickeys are formally called Winglets, and are featured in ads as one more way the carrier is working hard to keep fares low. Southwest Airlines believes low fares should never mean low service.
Additionally, the company on Sept. 9 announced that the Company flew 9.2 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMs) in August 2013, a 2.0 percent decrease from the 9.4 billion RPMs flown in August 2012. Available seat miles (ASMs) in August 2013 increased 1.4 percent to 11.3 billion from the August 2012 level of 11.1 billion. The August 2013 load factor was 81.3 percent, compared to 84.2 percent in August 2012. For August 2013, passenger revenue per ASM (PRASM) is estimated to have increased approximately four percent compared to August 2012.
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Google Inc(NASDAQ:GOOG) has given its core search algorithm its biggest update since 2010. The update, known as Hummingbird, is meant to provide better site rankings for complex queries, in part by leveraging Google's Knowledge Graph database.A Google engineer says the growth of voice-based mobile searches is leading to more complex queries, which in turn helped drive the update.Google is also updating Knowledge Graph to give users the ability to filter and compare items, and overhauling its increasingly pivotal mobile search pages.
The pages now have a more streamlined, touch-friendly design, and include Google Now-like cards.Meanwhile, Google's iOS search app (along with Chrome, crucial to lowering traffic acquisition payments to Apple) has been updated to include Google Now notifications (they've been around for a while on Android).
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