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  • Apple ruling

    Apple ruling "cannot be allowed to stand": Enda Kenny

    Treasury Secretary Jack LewJack LewHow the United States could have avoided the Apple tax fight with Europe European official offers defense of reported publisher rules Chamber official: EU "targeting" USA companies MORE has objected to Europe's decision, basically saying "how dare you address global corporate tax evasion because it is a big problem the U.S.

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  • College Campus To Have Burritos Delivered By Drones

    College Campus To Have Burritos Delivered By Drones

    Mark Blanks, the director of Virginia Tech's Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership Program, told Bloomberg the Alphabet/Chipotle project is "the most complex delivery flight operation that I am aware of that's occurred on USA soil". Vos said the experiment will not assess one of the major technology hurdles facing drone deliveries: creation of a low-level air-traffic system that can maintain order as the skies become more crowded with unmanned vehicles.

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  • Mylan hopes generic EpiPen will end pricing controversy

    Mylan hopes generic EpiPen will end pricing controversy

    The House Oversight Committee launched an investigation into EpiPen prices on Monday. So authorized generics are essentially a drugmaker's way of staying in the game after generic competition comes to the market. The company said almost 80 percent of patients with health insurance paid nothing extra for their EpiPens. Mylan has not now released a name for the generic EpiPen expected to be released later this year.

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  • National Grid plc 11.5% Potential Upside Indicated by JP Morgan Cazenove

    National Grid plc 11.5% Potential Upside Indicated by JP Morgan Cazenove

    Berenberg Bank decreased their target price on shares of Cobham plc from GBX 170 ($2.26) to GBX 160 ($2.13) and set a "sell" rating for the company in a report on Tuesday, August 16th. The Company operates through two business segments: Speciality Food Ingredients, which offers products, such as sweeteners, texturants, health and wellness, and food systems, and Bulk Ingredients segment, which offers products, such as liquid sweeteners, industrial starches, citric acid, bio-fuels and animal feed.

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  • Oil Pulls Back After Big Jump On US Crude Stock Draw

    Oil Pulls Back After Big Jump On US Crude Stock Draw

    Markets were braced for volatile price action surrounding the latest Energy Information Administration (EIA) inventories data, but the 14.5mn barrel reduction in inventories, the highest since 1999, was still a major surprise even though whisper estimates had been gradually moving lower following the API data.

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  • Wall St. ends up on views Fed will hold off on rates

    Wall St. ends up on views Fed will hold off on rates

    Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite Index switched between small gains and losses, recently trading 0.1% higher at 5,254. The S&P 500 was down 1.09 points, or 0.05 per cent, at 2,178.89. Most districts reported a "modest" or "moderate" pace of overall growth. Investors weighed a mix of new economic data and their implications for a potential Federal Reserve rate hike.

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  • Oil Prices Soar up on Production Freeze

    OPEC and non-OPEC oil producing nations (including Russia ) are scheduled to meet at the end of this month in Algeria, but few market watchers expect a deal to materialize. The recent oil price slump has impacted breakbulk operators worldwide as a result of cancellation and delays in construction of major oil production projects.

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  • UN Security Council Condemns North Korea Missile Tests

    Obama added: "In recent years, we've worked together to strengthen our alliance, and to ensure our readiness against any threat". North Korea has a negative opinion about South Korea anti-missile system and has threatened to attack its neighbor country and the US base in Guam.

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  • Oil pipeline protest turns violent in southern North Dakota

    During the Saturday protest, at least six people, including a child, are said to have received bites from guard dogs belonging to a private security company at the site, according to tribe spokesperson Steve Sitting Bear. There were also protests in Wisconsin and Iowa. U.S. District Judge James Boasberg will rule by Friday on an injunction to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline as requested by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.

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  • Scottish leader calls for 'new conversation' on independence

    It will be the first time that all of the party's parliamentarians have been brought together to this end. "Same as it's been for a while, so my view is totally unchanged on this". A split has opened up between the two Labour leaders, with Dugdale backing challenger Owen Smith against Corbyn in the leadership contest. Sheppard argued that the party needed to make itself "match-fit" for a second independence campaign, and that an internal debate and an outward-facing listening exercise could ...

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  • ACCC to consider declaration of mobile roaming

    ACCC to consider declaration of mobile roaming

    Internet Australia has recently called on the Government to review the performance of the NBN, citing concerns about the rate of subscriber take-up and a lack of accurate information about broadband performance and has consistently argued in favour of fibre rather than re-using copper and HFC networks.

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  • Canadian auto workers pick General Motors as strike target

    Canadian auto workers pick General Motors as strike target

    FILE - In this Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016, file photo, Jerry Dias, president of Unifor, the Canadian Auto Workers Union, speaks at a news conference after meeting with General Motors Canada in Toronto. Catharines making the Impala, Equinox, Buick Regal, Cadillac XTS, and GMC Terrain, as well as engines, transmissions and components. "We continue to remain focused on finding a new agreement that is mutually beneficial and competitive", said David Paterson, GM Canada's vice president for ...

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  • Building collapses in Tel Aviv, 5 people believed trapped

    Earlier in the day, Col. Golan Vach, a commander in the unit, said seven people were believed to be trapped in the rubble at several different locations. Spokeswoman Luba Samri said that rescue services were attempting to recover the bodies of the two construction workers. Israel's emergency service said another 20 people could be missing, though this is unconfirmed.

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  • Dr Urjit Patel assumes charge as new RBI governor

    Dr Urjit Patel assumes charge as new RBI governor

    Gandhi. Rajan is set to return to academia after steering the biggest overhaul yet of the 81-year-old central bank , including a switch to inflation-targeting under a monetary policy committee that's due to be set up in the weeks ahead. The government made the announcement of his appointment, two months after Rajan announced his decision of not seeking a second term at the central bank .

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  • Deandre Ayton, top 2017 recruit, commits to Arizona

    Deandre Ayton, top 2017 recruit, commits to Arizona

    Ayton made his announcement live on ESPN's SportsCenter . Standing at 7-foot and 235 pounds, Ayton is a behemoth on the hardwood. According to 247 Sports' crystal ball , Ayton was a heavy favorite to land with Kansas (88 percent) or Kentucky (12), who were the two finalists in the recruiting process along with the Wildcats.

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  • Tribe asks federal judge to block work on parts of pipeline

    Law enforcement did not confirm the total number of injuries or arrests. Protests are becoming increasingly heated in North Dakota between activists and workers moving forward on the $3.8 billion oil pipeline construction. Army Corps of Engineers land and marched to the construction site, said Preskey on the west side of Highway 1806. In the video, security forces can be seen pushing the dogs to charge at protesters, while others raise cans of pepper spray at the crowds.

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  • Arriving in China, President Obama Promotes Climate Legacy

    Arriving in China, President Obama Promotes Climate Legacy

    The United States and China - two nations that have among the worst pollution records on earth - joined together in signing the Paris global climate agreement on Saturday. "This moment should be seen as a starting point, not the finale, of global action on climate", said Greenpeace policy adviser Li Shuo. Cyber issues, from concern over hacking and cyber espionage to emerging Chinese policies on information technology that foreign companies fear could limit their operations in the country, ...

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  • Scores of Houthis killed in Yemen fighting

    Civilians account for half of the 6,600 deaths recorded since March 2015 in the impoverished country as Shiite Huthi rebels battle Yemen's internationally-recognised government backed by a Saudi-led coalition. During his 24-hour visit to Saudi Arabia, Kerry met representatives of the Gulf Arab countries who mostly back the kingdom's war effort. The State Department official said Kerry would be giving Gulf Arab states "an update on where things are going in Geneva" regarding proposals to ...

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  • Hermine is 1st hurricane to hit Florida coast in a decade

    The National Hurricane Center expects Hermine to produce "a large extent of risky winds , life-threatening storm surge and flooding rains well to the east and southeast of the path of the center". Residents in other low-lying areas prone to flooding were also being asked to evacuate. North Carolina's governor Pat McCrory has also declared a state of emergency in the eastern part of the state.

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  • Reliance Jio to offer free calls, cheap data until 31 December

    CMR also expects Reliance Jio to become the largest Over-The-Top (OTT) player of the country and also make inroads in the elite league of largest app users of an Indian app developer. Telecom operators not only have legal obligations to provide points of interconnect to other operators, but also can not limit customers' right to migrate to Jio using Mobile Number Portability, he said.

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  • Has UK Gone From Brexit Gloom to Boom?

    Has UK Gone From Brexit Gloom to Boom?

    Apparently a figure above 50 indicates expansion. The news resulted in sterling jumping 0.8% against the dollar to 1.324 dollars, while its value against the euro saw it rise 0.9% to 1.188 euros. Britain's construction sector is moving "closer to stabilisation" and has bounced back admirably from a awful month in July, according to the latest data released by IHS Markit on Friday morning.

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  • Huge Updates Coming to MacBook and iPad

    Huge Updates Coming to MacBook and iPad

    The report substantiates renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's predictions - in May - that Apple is working on a substantial overhaul of MacBook Pro, equipping it with an OLED touch bar, USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 and other features, packed in sleeker aluminum chassis.

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  • Lululemon Reports Weaker-Than-Expected Sales

    Lululemon Reports Weaker-Than-Expected Sales

    The company expects full-year earnings to be $2.11 to $2.19 per share, with revenue ranging from $2.33 billion to $2.35 billion. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had expected comparable sales to increase 5.8%. As the athletic apparel and yogawear maker rides the activewear trend, can it hold its own against Nike (NKE) and Under Armour (UA)? Revenue up 14% to $515.5 million.

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  • SpaceX launch destroys Facebook's $200 million satellite

    It didn't provide any details. "We actually thought the building was collapsing, it shook us so bad", said Robin Seemangal, a space reporter for the local Observer newspaper. Dark smoke filled the overcast sky. There is NO threat to general public from catastrophic abort during static test fire at SpaceX launch pad at CCAFS this morning.

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  • Strike by 10 trade unions to hit banking, transport tomorrow

    Strike by 10 trade unions to hit banking, transport tomorrow

    They believe that the current CTUOs have largely failed the worker by not being strong enough and compromising more than they need to. Cinema theatres too have chose to cancel morning and matinee shows with workers serving strike notice. The strike is likely to hit businesses and commerce in a big way. The banking sector will join the protest. "There is continuous attempt by the government to push their reforms agenda aimed at privatisation of banks, consolidation and merger of banks and ...

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  • 'Snow White' to deliver Apple tax open letter signed by over 10000

    'Snow White' to deliver Apple tax open letter signed by over 10000

    After yesterday's failure to reach a Cabinet decision , following nearly five hours of talks, contacts are continuing today in efforts to broker a compromise. Opinion is divided on the streets of Dublin. "They don't care about the normal people", said Louise O'Reilly, 57, a full-time carer for her diabetic and partially blind mother.

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  • IPhone 7 to be announced alongside new Beats products

    Do not miss this event, a selection of new Beats by Dre products will be revealed September 7th, 2016. That day - Apple's iPhone 7 Event Day - will be this day: September 7. Again, this is great news for anyone looking to buy a new iPhone this year, as it seems to confirm that Apple will fix its iPhone storage problem and address any headphone jack-related criticism right out of the box.

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  • Explosion rocks SpaceX launch site in Florida during test

    Explosion rocks SpaceX launch site in Florida during test

    Such tests, which typically precede each SpaceX launch, involve firing the Falcon 9 rocket's first stage engines while the booster remains secured to the launch pad. Brian Purtell, a spokesman for the Air Force's 45th Space Wing , which controls Cape Canaveral's space operations, said that personnel were being evacuated from the facility.

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  • Palo Alto Networks (PANW) Is Sinking On Disappointing Q1 Forecast

    Palo Alto Networks (PANW) Is Sinking On Disappointing Q1 Forecast

    During the last trade, stock's minimum price has been reached out at $141.00 while the maximum trading price moved at $144.25. A number of FactSet analysts shared their views about the current stock momentum. Palo Alto Networks Inc (NYSE:PANW) marked 52 week highest price level of $194.728 on 12/03/15 and 52 week lowest price level of $111.0901 on 02/08/16.

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  • Abercrombie reports wider 2Q loss on sales decline

    Abercrombie reports wider 2Q loss on sales decline

    On an analyst ratings scale of 1 through 5, Abercrombie & Fitch Company (NYSE: ANF ) has a rating of 2.47 comprised of the 15 firms that provided ratings. On a constant currency basis, excluding sales from businesses acquired during the year, net sales decreased 6% year-over-year, principally in our Worldwide Barcode and Security segment.

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  • Tesla lays claim to world's fastest production car

    Tesla lays claim to world's fastest production car

    The upgraded kWh battery will increase the range of both the Model S sedan and the Model X sport utility vehicle. With the new battery, the company's Model S P100D is the third-fastest accelerating vehicle ever produced, zooming from 0 to 97 kilometers per hour (0 to 60 miles per hour) in 2.5 seconds.

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  • Dozens of Nest employees are heading to Google's smart home division

    Dozens of Nest employees are heading to Google's smart home division

    It is all part of the major restructuring occurring at the firm. Therefore, it would make sense for Google to use the experience of its colleagues at Nest in order to help with Google Home's development. The IoT team at Nest was responsible for building Nest's APIs along with other Nest's Weave protocols. Google acquired Nest in 2014 for $3.2 billion.

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  • US consumer spending posts slower growth in July

    US consumer spending posts slower growth in July

    Four consecutive months of solid spending pointed to continued confidence on the part of the consumer, supported by steady job gains and low interest rates and gasoline prices. According to the Commerce Department, the personal consumption expenditures price index, excluding the volatile food and energy components, edged up only 0.1% in July after a similar gain in June.

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  • Iowa gas prices averaging $2.27 a gallon

    Iowa gas prices averaging $2.27 a gallon

    Despite the increase, drivers are paying 27 cents less than they did at this same time past year and are on track to pay the lowest Labor Day gas prices since 2004. Hawaii and California at $2.74 and $2.68, respectively, continue to lead the pack as the states with the highest averages. Of course, this is an average national trend, which means that prices-highs and lows-will vary depending on the city and the week.

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  • U.S. to review private prison deals

    U.S. to review private prison deals

    The agency's use of private detention centres has always been criticised by human rights advocates. Prisoners in the federal system are only a fraction of the overall USA prisoner population, where most are held in state prison systems. Private prison companies, which have rejected the DOJ's inspector general report , were quick to condemn the agency's phase-out decision. "ICE's civil detention system reduces transfers, maximizes access to counsel and visitation, promotes recreation, ...

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