Author: 0 Donald Trump to Meet With Mitt Romney

Mr Romney has been outspoken in his attacks on Mr Trump, accusing him of "playing the American public for suckers". The two rarely traded barbs head-on, but in a tweet almost a year ago, Trump slammed de Blasio as the worst mayor in the country.

Author: 0 India struggles as millions throng banks to swap currency

Almost a week after the government withdrew Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes as part of a crackdown against blackmoney and corruption, queues outside banks and ATMs have only got longer. Jan Dhan Account holders are requested not to allow their accounts to be misused by anyone. But, he said, everything is being done to improve currency supply.

Author: 0 Trump's Name Taken Off Buildings Because It's Too Embarrassing For Residents

While half the country is struggling to accept Donald Trump as the next president, resident's of Trum Place New York City apartment complex are rejoicing at getting the Trump name off their buildings. "Using the street address for the building name is popular practice in NYC, and our well-known Riverside address makes it easy for visitors to locate the building".

Author: 0 Oil prices wobble as USA fuel stockpiles fall, but crude inventories rise

Non-OPEC supply will total 57.2 million barrels a day next year, according to the report. According to the report, in 2016 Russian oil production increased by 230,000 barrels per day , and "sustained production at current record levels would result in growth of almost 200 kb/d [killobarrels per day ] next year".

Author: 0 China's craziest shopping day could top $20bn

The 11.11 Alibaba Group's Global Shopping Festival major sale event will run for the whole of Friday, for 24 hours from 12 midnight local time in China (11 p.m. "Alibaba will likely break another Singles' Day sales record this year as bargain-seeking Chinese consumers again flex their spending muscle and shrug off any concerns there may be about China's slowing economy", said Andria Cheng, an eMarketer analyst.

Finance Carney defends Bank of England policies
Author: 0 Carney defends Bank of England policies

Hammond's words are an attempt to soothe recent tensions with the BOE after Prime Minister Theresa May said on October 5 that loose monetary policy had had negative consequences. He said that the slide in the pound over the past few weeks has largely been driven by "market perception of fundamental factors" and "what the potential relationship will be between the United Kingdom and Europe".

Author: 0 North Korea's Intermediate-Range Missile Launch Fails

The discussions at the Pentagon, the secretary said , will help ensure the alliance remains the "linchpin of regional security and stability". Carter said that both countries are deepening the cooperation of their navies in maritime security and working to do more together in the cyber realm.

Author: 0 U.S. Gasoline Price Jumps After Colonial Pipeline Explosion Kills One

He said price increases have already begun, though they have been larger in the Northeast than the Gulf Coast region due to the anticipation of supply. In a news conference Tuesday, Colonial executive Gerald Beck said the crew was putting in a valve in order to finish repairs related to September's leak.

Author: 0 OPEC talks production cuts at previously unannounced meeting

Crude oil prices fell August 17, 2015, deepening a long slide as traders expect United States production will remain strong, adding to abundant global supplies. Opec Secretary-General Mohamed Barkindo said the producer group was facing its biggest test yet, but expressed optimism that a final agreement would be reached and ratified during the planned November 30 biannual summit in Vienna.

Author: 0 Apple raises prices in Britain due to pound's drop

Apple has previously answered criticism of its overseas pricing by arguing that currency rates, import laws, taxes and the cost of doing business all feed in to the final sales ticket. Second-hand can seem like something of a dirty term, but buying used electronics doesn't necessarily mean you have to sacrifice your buying rights.

Finance Twitter will lay off 300 employees
Author: 0 Twitter will lay off 300 employees

Dorsey said the company, which had more than 4,100 employees at the time, could benefit from a leaner engineering team. Well, now we know why Twitter chose to move its earnings report to before the market opens (when the West Coast will conveniently, largely be asleep).

Finance MA voters set to begin casting ballots early
Author: 0 MA voters set to begin casting ballots early

In Georgia, where the latest polls show Clinton and Trump deadlocked for 16 electoral votes, more than six million registered voters will cast their ballot on a voting machine that lacks a voter-verified paper audit. Some people are still undecided, but many have been fervently campaigning for their preferred candidates for over a year and have been looking forward to casting their vote on November 8.

Finance Social Security benefits to increase by tiny amount
Author: 0 Social Security benefits to increase by tiny amount

Americans with higher incomes will also be paying more in payroll taxes next year to support the program. Ali Velshi , MSNBC anchor and economics correspondent. Based on that increase, the maximum amount of earnings subject to the Social Security tax (taxable maximum) will increase to $127,200 from $118,500. The last benefit increase, in 2015, was 1.7 percent.

Finance Airbnb faces reckoning as crucial legal rulings loom
Author: 0 Airbnb faces reckoning as crucial legal rulings loom

The new legislation makes it "unlawful to advertise occupancy or use" of accommodations that can not lawfully be rented out for less than 30-day periods. Airbnb has similar lawsuits against the cities of San Francisco, Anaheim and Santa Monica. In late 2014, Schneiderman harped on "illegal hotels" as he published a study that found that 37 percent of Airbnb's NY listings - accounting for $168 million in revenue - were generated by just 6 percent of the hosts.

Author: 0 Twin cyber attacks disrupt Twitter, Netflix, Spotify service

Kyle York, Dyn's chief strategist, said in an interview with the New York Times Friday morning that the assaults on its servers were very complex. A staggering number of websites-ranging from Twitter, CNN and Reddit to HBO Now, GrubHub and Spotify-reported that their service had been compromised.

Finance Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) Insider Trading Update
Author: 0 Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD) Insider Trading Update

This shows a surprise factor of -66.7%. Currently Rite Aid Corporation (RAD) grabbed an average recommendation of " Overweight " from analysts. Starting with EPS for the final quarter of this year. The company has its Price to Sales (P/S) ratio of 0.22 where Price to Book (P/B) ratio of 11.29, Price to Cash Per share (P/C) of 52.51 and Price to Free Cash Flow (P/FCF) has a value of 120.51.

Finance Worth Watching Stock: McDonald's Corp. (NYSE:MCD)
Author: 0 Worth Watching Stock: McDonald's Corp. (NYSE:MCD)

During last 5 trades the stock sticks nearly -2.14%. McDonald's Corporation makes up approx 1.54% of Daiwa Sb Investments Ltd.'s portfolio.Ronna Sue Cohen reduced its stake in MCD by selling 22 shares or 0.15% in the most recent quarter. McDonald's Corporation (NYSE: MCD ) have shown a high EPS growth of 0.90% in the last 5 years and has earnings growth of -0.10% yoy. The company also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Thursday, December 15th.

Finance Harley-Davidson Jumps on Decent Earnings
Author: 0 Harley-Davidson Jumps on Decent Earnings

Harley-Davidson Inc said on a conference call on Tuesday it would lay off "casual workers", or temporary hourly wage workers, first as a part of the company's newly annouced reorganization plan. A lot of this has to do with the act that Harley-Davidson's demographic is changing (or has changed already). The ex-dividend date was Friday, September 9th.

Finance Samsung Galaxy Note7 given global airline ban
Author: 0 Samsung Galaxy Note7 given global airline ban

Air Berlin: The German carrier banned Note 7 mobile phones from all its flights. They could however carry the device in their hand baggage in the switch-off mode. Samsung first recalled 2.5 million handsets a month after launch on August 2 following 35 similar reports . It said in a message to the passenger that due to security risks, the airline does not allow passengers to carry Samsung Galaxy Note 7 device on its flights, not only in their checked luggage, but also in their ...

Author: 0 How Game 1 went downhill for the Toronto Blue Jays

Edwin Encarnacion had the hardest-hit ball of the night, a frozen-rope double in the top of the first that sent Josh Donaldson to third base with one out. Cody Allen got the save with a flawless ninth. Jerry Howarth, radio voice of the Blue Jays, hasn't used it since 1992, when he got a moving letter from a native man talking about the Atlanta Braves and its fan's signature "Tomahawk Chop".

Author: 0 "Amazon Global Store" Opens Up In India

We checked computer components (see here, here and here) and Amazon is charging a bomb, nearly equal to the product price (which it says is inclusive of "import fees deposit") for delivery. According to the report Amazon's global stores are operational in Mexico and China as well. "We are hopeful that Indian customers feel the same", added Agarwal.

Finance Wells Fargo CEO is out as bank grapples with sales scandal
Author: 0 Wells Fargo CEO is out as bank grapples with sales scandal

Rep. Gabbard celebrated the news, saying that though many may lament the fact that Stumpf will still be a rich, powerful, free man, this is still an important victory. However, Stumpf was thoroughly grilled at the hearing, where committee members, including Democrat Elizabeth Warren, demanded his resignation. Stumpf later agreed to pay back some $41 million from his paycheck as the fallout continued.

Author: 0 International Olympic Committee calls for WADA-run global anti-doping system

The IOC said it was agreed at a meeting of world sports leaders that WADA should oversee the testing of athletes while sanctions would be decided by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). "We made a recommendation when we got the (McLaren) report", Reedie said in a telephone interview this week. INADO, which represents the national anti-doping agencies of 59 countries, said that the IOC's five-page declaration included some "constructive principles" but these had been overshadowed by the ...

Author: 0 Canada to tax carbon emissions to hit Paris climate agreement targets

Trudeau said: "85% of the Canadian economy is located in provinces where there is pricing on carbon pollution in one shape or another". The current proposed price on carbon dioxide pollution, per tonne, a $10 minimum and will rise 10 per year, by 2022 costing $50.

Finance Mall of America to close on Thanksgiving
Author: 0 Mall of America to close on Thanksgiving

The Bloomington, Minnesota megamall has been open on Thanksgiving Day since 2012. Jill Renslow, the mall's senior vice president of marketing and business development, spoke to the Star Tribune . More than 150 stores joined in the malls' evening hours past year, with many staying open through the night, the Star Tribune reported . So it will have security and other key personnel on duty to ensure smooth operations.

Finance Stocks fall broadly, led by drops in real estate, utilities
Author: 0 Stocks fall broadly, led by drops in real estate, utilities

The Standard & Poor's 500 index gained 9.24 points, or 0.4 percent, to 2,159.73. The Nasdaq composite rose 0.5 percent to 5,316.02. Real estate and utilities were the main laggards, falling 1.8% and 1.4%, respectively. Hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials also saw markets firm up expectations of a US rate rise before year-end, pushing the dollar higher and gold to three-month lows overnight.

Finance US Supreme Court won't hear Arizona death sentence case
Author: 0 US Supreme Court won't hear Arizona death sentence case

Because the USA high court has just eight members following the February death of Justice Antonin Scalia, it's possible that the court deadlocked on a 4-4 vote, allowing the lower court ruling to stand. Her group is involved in a parallel legal effort to allow Obama's executive actions on immigration to be implemented in those states that are pro-immigration and that weren't involved in the Texas-led lawsuit over the deportation deferral plan.

Author: 0 Investment firms Henderson and Janus to combine

The newly created Janus Henderson Global Investors will seek listings on the New York Stock Exchange, where Janus now trades, while retaining Henderson's second listing on the ASX. The deal, which still requires shareholder and regulatory approvals, has already received the blessing of Janus's largest investor, Dai-ichi Life. The merger it set to close by June 2017.

Author: 0 Jimmy Graham questionable, Russell Wilson not on injury report

Wilson has started 77 consecutive games (67 regular season, 10 postseason) since entering the National Football League and Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Wilson is "pretty determined" to play against the Jets. However, Carroll noted that they will have to make sure he can protect himself. The New York Jets will host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in a huge regular season matchup.

Author: 0 Europeans motivated by trying to beat 'best team' assembled

Oh, my bad. Those are Love's vice captains, guys who won't hit a shot all week. The Americans are on a roll in the Ryder Cup. It's just the second course in the United States to host all aforementioned tournaments as well as the Ryder Cup.

Author: 0 Cruz: Trump hasn't apologized for personal insults

Meanwhile, a new ad released by the Clinton campaign features young girls feeling insulted by a series of statements by Mr. Trump and asks, "Is this the President we want for our daughters?" He knew that his behavior on the very public stage with millions watching would nearly end any idea of running again in either 2020 or 2024.

Author: 0 Dollar Retreats Amid Doubts Fed Will Raise Interest Rates in 2016

Still, some economists cheer the delay, saying higher interest rates may spell more pain for the region, which is already suffering from the structural slowdown in China and subdued global growth. The WSJ Dollar Index, which measures the USA currency against 16 others, fell 0.3% to 86.07. Oil prices showed no sign of fading though, having added as much as 3% on Wednesday after a third surprise weekly drop in US crude stockpiles boosted the demand outlook in the world's largest oil consumer.

Finance Pfizer decides against splitting into two companies
Author: 0 Pfizer decides against splitting into two companies

Visit for more information on this news. Pfizer said that since 2010, it has captured approximately $32 billion from the disposition of its Capsugel and Pfizer Nutrition businesses, and its Animal Health business spinoff's IPO and share exchange returned $88.1 billion to shareholders.

Author: 0 China says it opposes 'unhelpful' unilateral sanctions against North Korea

Dirco noted the latest action followed a nuclear weapons test conducted by Korea on January 6 2016 and subsequent missile launches "in flagrant violation" of Korea's obligations under various UN Security Council resolutions. -Japan alliance as "rock solid" and America's commitment to nuclear deterrence against threats to Japan as "unshakable". North Korea's weapons enhancements, including the testing of various types of missiles this year at an unprecedented rate, have alarmed ...

Finance Michelle Obama and George W. Bush hugged and broke the Internet
Author: 0 Michelle Obama and George W. Bush hugged and broke the Internet

Bush's presidency has finally been realized. Bush was attending the event as it was during his tenure in office that the authorization for the museum's construction was signed into legislation. "For we, too, are America". "And that's what this museum explains, the fact that our stories that our stories have shaped every corner of our culture".

Author: 0 Fed keeps key rate unchanged but hints of coming hike

The opposition represents a notable departure, given Fed chair Janet Yellen's previous efforts to keep dissents to a minimum, underscoring the intensity of the current policy debate at the USA central bank. Most experts believe the bank would wait until after the elections to increase rates, which would also allow it to examine more incoming data to assess the well-being of the overall economy.

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