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  • Billionaire Peter Thiel Moving to Los Angeles

    Billionaire Peter Thiel Moving to Los Angeles

    He also will move Thiel Capital and Thiel Foundation to new Los Angeles headquarters. Peter Thiel talked about resigning from Facebook's Board of Directors as political tensions between the venture capitalist and Silicon Valley continue to boil.

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  • FireEye Stock Puts the Squeeze on Shorts After Earnings

    FireEye Stock Puts the Squeeze on Shorts After Earnings

    FEYE has been the topic of a number of analyst reports. 2/9/2018-Susquehanna Bancshares Upgrade from a "Neutral " rating to a " Positive" rating. The stock now has an average rating of Buy and an average target price of $18.09. Shares of FireEye closed the previous trading session at 14.81 up +0.69 4.89% with 14.319999694824219 shares trading hands. In other news, Director Ronald E.F.

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  • Inside the lavish Celebrity Big Brother home

    Inside the lavish Celebrity Big Brother home

    Check out Colbert's reaction in the clip above . She also said she was unaware as to who was advising the president on different matters. "Carter G. The women of the The View - Joy Behar , 75, Meghan McCain , 33, Sunny Hostin , 49, and guest host Nancy Grace , 58 - feel zero sympathy for Omarosa Manigault , 44, after her tearful breakdown on Celebrity Big Brother .

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  • Wynn Resorts Stock Soars as Steve Wynn Resigns

    Wynn Resorts Stock Soars as Steve Wynn Resigns

    On Tuesday evening, Casino mogul Steve Wynn officially resigned as chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts amid troubling sexual misconduct allegations . Bernstein said in its first Wednesday note on the Wynn group's shake up that it was "less bullish" on Wynn Macau in the near term, given the uncertainties surrounding "further changes at the company management" and the "implications of the pending litigation in Nevada with respect to Wynn Resorts ".

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  • Two Kenyan TV stations back on air

    Two Kenyan TV stations back on air

    Most of their statements have focused on the brief detention of three opposition politicians who took part in Odinga's ceremony, which occurred peacefully after the government withdrew police from the site. Initially he had ordered the Police Inspector General to appear in court accompanied by Miguna Miguna. "I will not get out of this court until he is released", he said, as people in court shouted: "We want Miguna!" Witness Carlos Ouma said a county revenue collector was killed by a ...

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  • Jerome Powell sworn in as new US Fed chief

    Jerome Powell sworn in as new US Fed chief

    Yellen said the economy can continue to grow. His nomination was approved by the Senate earlier this month for a four-year term as chairman that will end in February 2022. He voted along with Yellen on Friday to order Wells Fargo & Co.to cap its growth and improve its corporate governance in the wake of the bank's unauthorized accounts scandal.

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  • Russian Fighter Jet Shot Down in Syria

    Russian Fighter Jet Shot Down in Syria

    Massive high-precision weapons strikes have been delivered at targets in the area, from which a missile from the man-portable air-defense system (MANPADS) was launched to bring down the Russian Su-25 fighter jet, 30 militants of the Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist group (banned in Russia) have been killed, Russia's Defense Ministry said on Saturday.

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  • Stocks End Higher, Closing Out Best Month Since March 2016

    Stocks End Higher, Closing Out Best Month Since March 2016

    Rising bond yield continued to weigh on on Tuesday, pushing the Industrial Average down more than 250 points, with pressure also being piled on by a drop in health companies. Wall Street also observed the sovereign bondsmarket as the standard 10-year yield gave away above 2.7%. U.S. Treasury yields surged to more than three-year highs on expectations that central banks globally will reduce stimulus as the economic outlook improves.

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  • BBC denies female staff claims of unequal pay

    BBC denies female staff claims of unequal pay

    A previous pay report , commissioned by the BBC , concluded there was no evidence of systemic gender discrimination, but female staff said it did not "give a true picture of pay inequality" at the corporation. On the day when news of Gracie's resignation broke, she was co-presenting the flagship morning radio program Today with John Humphrys, a BBC veteran whose annual pay of more than 600,000 pounds was one of the most controversial disclosures.

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  • Budget for 2018-19 - Tax sops for electric vehicles

    Budget for 2018-19 - Tax sops for electric vehicles

    In December, the government announced it would borrow an additional Rs 50,000 crore in the fiscal year, following the plunge in tax collections after the launch of GST in July 2017. Choosing this turnover, in the absence of any such evidence, shows the apathetic nature of the Government towards small businesses. While income tax benefits can be provided to buyers through this Budget , the GST Council nod would be required for lowering the GST rate.

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  • Volkswagen suspends executive over use of monkeys in exhaust experiments

    Volkswagen suspends executive over use of monkeys in exhaust experiments

    Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman, Steffen Seibert, said "these tests on monkeys or even humans can not be justified ethically in any way", while Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks called the experiments "abominable". The details and the objective of the study could not be confirmed and EUGT, which previous year was dissolved, was unavailable for comment. Amid the controversy, Berlin's Tageszeitung daily said that "while these experiments are doubtless scandalous, the bigger scandal ...

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  • Mario Draghi helps the Euro to gain strength

    Mario Draghi helps the Euro to gain strength

    Such comments matter because a weaker dollar can help US exporters by making their goods cheaper against foreign competition. The euro was around 0.8% higher against the United States dollar as at 1410 GMT. Rates these days are not set by governments but by global foreign exchange markets where major currencies are bought and sold. The ECB chose to keep interest rates in the eurozone on hold, with the focus now on ECB president Mario Draghi's usual press conference following the ...

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  • Another Cryptocurrency Exchange Hit - Coincheck Confirms Theft Bigger Than Mt Gox

    Another Cryptocurrency Exchange Hit - Coincheck Confirms Theft Bigger Than Mt Gox

    The exchange first moved to halt all trading in NEM, the cryptocurrency allegedly at the center of the theft, Coincheck went on to halt all other activity. Cryptocurrency exchanges, many of which operate with little to no regulation, have experienced a spate of outages and hacks amid the trading boom that propelled bitcoin and its peers to record highs previous year.

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  • LA Times newsroom votes to unionize after long fight with management

    LA Times newsroom votes to unionize after long fight with management

    The Los Angeles Times has given prominent coverage to recent revelations of sexual harassment of women by prominent men, particularly in entertainment and media. The report said Levinsohn was sued when he was an executive at two separate companies, including the search engine AltaVista. The final vote count was 248 in favor and 44 against, according to the tweet by the guild.

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