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Carnival CEO stepping down after 34 years, staying as chairman

June 25 - Carnival Corp <CCL.N> said on Tuesday its chief executive of 34 years, Micky Arison, would hand over the reins of the company he built into the world's largest cruise ship operator to a long-time board member but stay on as chairman. Full story

Carnival Triumph returns to service after engine room fire

MIAMI (Reuters) - The Carnival Triumph cruise ship returned to service on Thursday, four months after an engine room left 4,000 passengers and crew adrift in the Gulf of Mexico without electricity and adequate sanitation. Full story

Formerly adrift cruise ship ready to sail again

   The Carnival Triumph, the cruise ship that was damaged by an engine fire that left it adrift for almost a week with food in short supply and no working toilets, has been refurbished and is ready to return to sea. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.

Congress Cruise Hearings? Bring 'Em On: Royal Caribbean C...

   In this CNBC Exclusive interview on "Squawk on the Street," Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Adam Goldstein discusses the controversy surrounding Carnival Corp. CEO Micky Arison's handling of the Carnival Triumph mess and the possible Co...

Carnival Triumph breaks loose from dock

   The ship, which was left adrift in the Gulf of Mexico in February with more than 4,000 passengers aboard, sustained additional damage during a storm that caused it to blow into the Mobile River. A guard fell overboard and is still missing. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.

Carnival Triumph blown from moorings, strikes boat

   The cruise ship that became a Carnival PR disaster in February, resulting in thousands of stranded passengers and raw sewage on board, broke away from its moorings and drifted from one bank to another.  As it shifted away from the dock it hit a moored Army Corps of Engineers boat and another dock. N

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  Carnival fire began with leaky fuel line

The Carnival Triumph fire that knocked out power and left more than 4,000 passengers and crew stranded without air conditioning, hot food or working toilets, was traced to a flexible fuel oil return line. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2013 file photo the cruise ship Carnival Triumph is towed into Mobile Bay near Dauphin Island, Ala. The Triumph, which has been docked in Alabama since an engine room fire left it disabled for days in the Gulf of Mexico, broke away from its mooring in a Mobile, Ala. shipyard

The Carnival Triumph (© Bill Starling/AL.com via AP, file)
The Carnival Triumph (© Bill Starling/AL.com via AP, file)

Tug boats maneuver around the Carnival cruise ship Triumph as she rests against a dock on the east side of the Mobile River after becoming dislodged from its mooring at BAE Shipyard during high winds Wednesday, April 3, 2013 in Mobile, Ala. Triumph was disabled Feb. 10 by an engine fire that strande

The Carnival Triumph cruise ship is towed towards dock at the port of Mobile
The Carnival Triumph cruise ship is towed towards dock at the port of Mobile

The Carnival Triumph is towed toward the dock in Mobile, Ala., on February 14, as spectators watch from land. On Wednesday, Carnival Corporation said it will spend hundreds of millions of dollars to upgrade its fleet of ships.