US Homeland chief vows no military in deportations

26 Feb, 2017

Trump declared he "did more than any other pre-president, they say "president-elect" because "jobs are already starting to pour back into our country". Earlier this week, documents from the Department of Homeland Security showed that Trump hopes to empower local police officers to act as immigration officials and speed deportations.


Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn Stepping Down After 16 Years In Position

25 Feb, 2017

Nissan Motor Company Ltd has appointed Hiroto Saikawa as its new chief executive officer with effect from April 1, 2017. Earlier today, at Ghosn's recommendation, the Nissan Board of Directors decided on the management change. Ghosn, 62, will continue to be chairman at Nissan, a position he also occupies at Renault and Mitsubishi. But he became a famously globetrotting CEO by also taking on responsibilities for running France's Renault.


Muslim rights group offers $5000 reward for info on JCC bomb threats

24 Feb, 2017

President Trump had been criticized for his lack of response to previous waves of threats against Jewish community centers. The Jewish Community Center in St. "As this is matter is ongoing, we are not able to comment further at this time ". "I think all Jewish community centers in the country are going to be concerned about having the proper police protection and certainly we're getting that from our community", said member Richard Fine.


How to save $8.62 from your Amazon order today

23 Feb, 2017

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Trump to end protection for transgender students

23 Feb, 2017

Spicer announced that there would be "further guidance" coming soon on the issue from the administration. The Education Department didn't immediately respond to a request to comment over the holiday weekend. Schools must ensure that transgender students, like all students, are able to learn in a "safe environment". The move is not entirely unexpected and jibes with a decision by the Justice Department this month to step away from defending the guidance in a federal appeals court.


Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) Earns "Underperform" Rating from Credit Suisse Group

23 Feb, 2017

A number of brokerages have commented on CSCO. Needham & Company LLC reiterated a "hold" rating on shares of Cisco Systems in a report on Tuesday, December 6th. Stockholders of record on Friday, January 6th will be given a dividend of $0.26 per share. This represents a $1.16 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 3.40%.


SodaStream issues recall over bursting bottle risk

23 Feb, 2017

If you own a SodaStream , you might be in possession of "exploding" bottles. "The bottles can burst under pressure, posing an injury hazard to the user or bystanders", the US agency said . Sodastream Soft drinks company has recalled 58,000 of its bottles in the USA and Canada over concerns they could explode when used. The bottles were sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond, Target, Walmart, Amazon and SodaStream's website.


Wal-Mart tops Street 4Q forecasts

22 Feb, 2017

The results reflect Wal-Mart Canada's push to step up its grocery and health and wellness offerings as it builds more supercentres with full supermarkets, putting more pressure on rivals while fighting off mighty Amazon.com Inc. Excluding currency impact, revenue would have advanced 3.0 percent to $133.6 billion beating the analysts' predictions of $131.22 billion. Sanford C.


Influenza vaccines on target, but only half effective

22 Feb, 2017

Flu Vaccine Effectiveness Network data for the 2016-2017 influenza season showed this year's flu vaccine has been 48 percent effective in preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza A and B viral infection associated with medically attended acute respiratory illness.


U.S. attitude shows hostility to Iranian people

21 Feb, 2017

Tensions between Tehran and Washington have risen since an Iranian ballistic missile test that prompted U.S. President Donald Trump's administration to impose sanctions on individuals and entities linked to the country's Revolutionary Guards.


Chelsea Vs. Wolverhampton Wolves Live Stream

19 Feb, 2017

Conte said Wolves presented his team with their most hard FA Cup tie so far this season, following their 4-1 win over third-tier Peterborough United and a 4-0 success against Brentford, who are four places above Wolves in the Championship.


Boeing Announces Details of President Trump's Visit

18 Feb, 2017

Three thousand workers are scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether to join a union at a Boeing aircraft factory in SC. Trump toured the new "Dreamliner" after the speech, but not before offering up a goodbye to the crowd of supporters and Boeing employees.


South Africa's ANC attacks banks over forex rigging charges

17 Feb, 2017

Inducted banks include Bank of America Merrill Lynch International Limited, BNP Paribas, JP Morgan Chase & Co, JP Morgan Chase Bank N.A, Investec Ltd, Standard New York Securities Inc., HSBC Bank Plc, Standard Chartered Bank and Credit Suisse Group.


Why Warren Buffett Has Dumped 90% of His Walmart Shares

16 Feb, 2017

Berkshire Hathaway Inc . late Tuesday filed a quarterly update on its USA stock portfolio with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday. But their decisions have sometimes influenced Buffett, as when Berkshire past year paid $32.1 billion for aircraft parts maker Precision Castparts Corp, once a Combs investment.


Sears, Kmart dump Trump Home items, citing lagging sales

14 Feb, 2017

All the aforementioned retailers claimed to drop Trump products for performance reasons, reporting a loss in sales for Ivanka's line as well as the Trump Home line. Sears Holdings Corp's (NASDAQ:SHLD) Sears and Kmart are joining the list of retailers dropping brands connected to President Donald Trump . Through this marketplace we are able to serve our members far beyond what we sell in our stores, including products and brands we do not purchase directly.


Top 3 questions about Mesa woman's deportation

13 Feb, 2017

The mother of two was convicted of "felony identity theft in 2009 for working at the Golfland Sunsplash amusement park in Mesa", according to 12 News. "Lawyers from two of the nation's leading civil rights' groups said Ms. Rayos might be the first undocumented immigrant to be arrested during a scheduled meeting with immigration officials since Mr.


Thomas Cook is raising its prices

11 Feb, 2017

There was mixed news from tour-operator Thomas Cook on Thursday. Revenue for the first quarter rose by 1 per cent to £1,618m, with the usual seasonal loss £1m lower at £49m. Analyst Laith Khalaf at Hargreaves Lansdown said the broadly flat like-for-like revenues and losses probably represented a small victory against the unfriendly backdrop.


EIA raises Brent price forecast to $55 for 2017

10 Feb, 2017

In its report Tuesday, the EIA said it expects "the oil market to be relatively balanced in 2017 and 2018, with inventory draws averaging 0.1 million barrels a day in 2017 and builds averaging 0.2 million barrels a day in 2018". Energy companies were among the best performers on the Standard & Poor's 500 Index. BP reported an annual loss of $542mn in its oil and gas production division, known as upstream, while profits for the refining and trading division were down 25% at $5.6bn.


Rio Tinto Bounces Back with $4.62 Billion in Profit in 2016

09 Feb, 2017

The price of iron ore surged 81 percent past year and now sells for around $80 a tonne, despite analysts' expectations for a retreat to around $55. The UK oil and gas index fell 1.3 percent, making it the biggest sectoral decliner, after oil prices extended Tuesday's falls following a massive increase in USA fuel inventories and a slump in Chinese demand.


Alongside Trump, Intel Reannounces Arizona Factory

09 Feb, 2017

President Donald Trump will meet with Intel Corp (INTC.O) chief executive Brian Krzanich on Wednesday afternoon, the White House said, offering no further details. Intel's Chandler, Arizona investments began in 1996. "As a company cofounded by an immigrant, we support lawful immigration", Krzanich wrote in a tweet after Trump's executive order imposing a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries.


Change at the top at Teva as Vigodman departs

08 Feb, 2017

He was a founder of the biotechnology group at Celanese Corporation, later spun off as Celgene Corporation, where he served in top leadership roles from 1987 to 2011, including as chairman and CEO from 2007 to 2010. The drug accounted for nearly a fifth of Teva's revenue a year ago. Launched in 1996 by Teva as its first major brand-name drug, Copaxone is still today the leading medication for multiple sclerosis patients.


EIA Slashes Crude Oil Demand Forecast

08 Feb, 2017

Overall, WTI dipped to 3-week lows below $52.00 p/b before finding some support into the U.S. close. At 1:53 pm GMT, the Comex gold futures contract for February delivery was 0.31% or $3.80 higher at $1,235.90 an ounce. The trading boom that cushioned the profits of Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP through the price slump appears to be over. The British oil and gas company, whose fourth quarter profits fell short of street expectations, had previously targeted a breakeven oil price of $50-55 a ...


UK services activity slows as price pressures rocket - Markit

05 Feb, 2017

The sub-index for new export business, which dipped marginally into negative territory in November, recorded its second successive monthly increase, helped by stronger demand from the UK. Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit, said despite January's slowdown, the industry still made a bouyant start to the year. "Only construction companies stepped up their hiring at the start of 2017".


Snap is paying Google $400M a year for cloud services

05 Feb, 2017

Snap Inc, the company behind mobile photo app Snapchat, has committed to spending $2 billion (£1.6bn) for the use of Google's cloud infrastructure over the next five years. The company will not be selling any voting shares, allowing the company's founders to keep total control of Snap Inc even after raising money in the public markets.


Hudson's Bay makes takeover approach to Macy's

04 Feb, 2017

It could also bring in a partner. Any takeover would be complicated as Macy's has about $7.5 billion in debt, according to the Journal . Its stock has fallen more than 50 percent from the highest level it reached in 2015. Department stores have been slow to adapt to a shift toward online shopping, buying goods from Amazon.com Inc. and so-called fast-fashion chains such as Zara and Hennes & Mauritz AB.


Bank of England: Watch Wages for Rate Signs

03 Feb, 2017

The Bank's forecast for 2017 gross domestic product was lifted significantly to 2% from the 1.4% predicted in November and dire warnings about the impact of Brexit issued earlier past year. While that would be more than double the forecast the Bank made in August, a few weeks after the referendum, and higher than its November forecast of 1.4 percent, it would still represent a slight slowdown from previous year.


Trump slams NAFTA as a 'catastrophe'

03 Feb, 2017

He appointed Commerce Secretary nominee Wilbur Ross to lead a coalition and amend it. "At the end of these 90 days, the negotiation to update our free trade agreement will have to start", President Enrique Pena Nieto said in Mexico City at the presentation of a plan aimed at cutting red tape for Mexican business.


Snapchat files documents for share offering

03 Feb, 2017

It's official: Snap , the parent company of Snapchat , is going public. But, the new feature will allow Snapchat users to "identify environmental elements" and augment reality in real time. The filing also reveals that Snapchat has 158 million daily active users for the fourth quarter of 2016, an increase of 48% from the year earlier.


Toyota Is No Longer The World's Top-Selling Automaker

31 Jan, 2017

In October past year analyzers and specialists predicted Volkswagen could become the world's best-selling automaker for 2016. VW, the automaker which makes Skoda, Porsche, and Audi brands, saw a 3.8 percent rise in sales buoyed by demand in the Chinese nation.


Blackcaps will bat first in Chappell-Hadlee opener vs Australia

30 Jan, 2017

Coming to the teams then Kiwi's have improved their batting line-up than the last time they played Australia , courtesy addition of Ross Taylor and Neil Broom. Shaun Marsh and former T20 captain Aaron Finch have been recalled to national duty and will likely open the innings for Australia . At the same time , New Zealand is also brimming with confidence after its recent success against Bangladesh in all three forms of the game, particularly since the pace attack - led by Tim Southee and ...




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