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  • The Effect Of Trump's Tax Plan On Kentucky: It Varies

    But if a tax cut is temporary, that is less effective for encouraging business owners to make new investments. " Some may conclude that Australia might have more attractive corporate deductions that can reduce their overall taxable income and therefore, there may not be a benefit there in moving".

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  • Russia, China Criticize US Over South Korea Deployment

    Lavrov voiced what he said was Russia's "profound concern" over both the "ongoing implementation of Pyongyang's missile and nuclear programs, and the disproportionate expansion of military activity of the United States and its regional allies under the pretext of a North Korean threat".

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  • Twitter is gaining more users, losing less money

    Expectations were low going into Twitter's first-quarter earnings report, with analysts predicting the company's first year-over-year revenue decline and slow user growth. For example, Twitter's revenues fell on a year-over-year basis for the first time, dropping by 8% to $548 million. Twitter Chief operating officer, Anthony Noto, said that there is a remarkable growth due to the Trump phenomenon in Twitter .

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  • Growth Analysis of Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (FCX)

    Growth Analysis of Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (FCX)

    The stock volatility for week was 2.69% while for month was 2.65%.The stock , as of last close, traded 184.17% to its 52 week low and was changed -11.05% from its 52 week high. In the last Quarter, Freeport-McMoRan Inc. There is no concrete way to calculate a price target. The shares were sold at an average price of $15.24, for a total value of $1,181,100.00.

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  • Lavalin to buy British engineering firm WS Atkins PLC for $3.6 billion

    Lavalin to buy British engineering firm WS Atkins PLC for $3.6 billion

    In 2016, Atkins had 18,000 employees with revenues of about 2 billion British pounds from consultancies in design, engineering and project management across the infrastructure, transportation and energy sectors. SNC-Lavalin ranks at No. 12 on that list, reporting $2.69 billion in global revenue, mostly outside Canada, with significant construction revenue not included in that total.

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  • Trump to sign two 'financial-related' executive orders

    Trump to sign two 'financial-related' executive orders

    But a White House official gave some wiggle room on the date, noting that Trump said in the AP interview that the plan would be released on Wednesday or soon after that. "I think this concern is why Trump ordered a review-to delay actually doing something", he said. The president also said the White House would have a "big announcement" on a tax reform plan on Wednesday.

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  • One killed as Class XII student celebrates last exam

    One killed as Class XII student celebrates last exam

    But Police Control Room received the information at 6.15 a.m. The injured, identified as Asif, Karan and Sanjay, were undergoing treatment at a hospital. They told police that they stay up the whole night studying for the exams, and often go out in the morning. The auto was being driven by a teenager who had lost control of the vehicle and climbed on the footpath.

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  • Sentence next for Volkswagen in US diesel emissions scandal

    Sentence next for Volkswagen in US diesel emissions scandal

    A federal judge on Friday ordered Volkswagen to pay $2.8 billion in criminal penalties after the automaker admitted last month to illegally calibrating diesel engines so they could get around USA pollution rules. "Plain and simple, it was wrong". The automaker was charged with fraud in September 2015 when it was discovered that special software was created to mask the emission levels of their popular diesel engines in a range of models when they were tested by Environmental Protection Agency ...

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  • OPEC figures show oil output cuts exceed pledge in March

    On the US economic front, the Labor Department released a report showing an unexpected decline in import prices in the month of March. WTI futures for April delivery were marked around 0.37% higher from Tuesday's close at $53.60 per barrel, after having traded as high as $54.00 earlier in the session.

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  • Amid competition, Verizon loses key customers for first time

    Verizon , the once-unstoppable cellphone leader in the US, lost key wireless customers for the first time, even as it brought back unlimited data plans to counter smaller rivals. That's insane. I can't even tell you the last time Verizon lost phone customers. Industry analysts have questioned whether the company will pursue a more transformative deal as its main competitor AT&T seeks to diversify its business through a planned acquisition of Time Warner.

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  • Netflix To Achieve 100 Million Subscribers Shortly

    Netflix To Achieve 100 Million Subscribers Shortly

    Around 51 million of Netflix's users are from the U.S. By the end of 2017, Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson anticipates the bulk of the company's subscribers to be from outside the nation. and 2.60 million internationally. Comcast began offering Netflix to its customers through its X1 set-top boxes last quarter. Chief content officer Ted Sarandos said that Netflix is pursuing more projects like Bright that look and feel like movies you would watch in theaters.

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  • John Kelly says even 'single DUI' can start deportation process

    John Kelly says even 'single DUI' can start deportation process

    At least one Trump administration official isn't spewing the same anti-marijuana comments as his colleagues are. He indicated that now, convictions for driving under the influence could start the process toward deportation. Kelly told Todd that arresting drug users won't resolve the problem, rather, he said the steps for alleviating the drug crisis should be to first reduce drug demand in the USA, then rehabilitation, law enforcement, and then targeting the origins of the drugs.

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  • Business Watch: Banks and other earnings

    Goldman Sachs also saw profits grow by 80% to 2.2 billion U.S. dollars (£1.7 billion) in the first quarter, but the performance fell short of analyst expectations. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company purchased a new position in shares of Goldman Sachs Group during the third quarter valued at about $421,604,000.

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  • Goldman Sachs Group Inc Earnings Miss As Institutional Unit Drags

    It was Goldman's first miss on EPS since the fourth quarter of 2015. In a statement , Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein called the quarter "mixed" and that client activity was "challenged". Revenue, however, came below the market expectation of around $8.4 billion, which pushed Goldman Sachs stocks lower in Wall Street. Goldman Sach's operating expenses were 15 percent higher both year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter, totaling $5.49 billion in Q1 2017.

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  • Apple may invest billions of dollars in Toshiba chips unit

    Apple may invest billions of dollars in Toshiba chips unit

    It is noteworthy that a large amount of Apple's iPhones are produced at Foxconn's enterprise there. The tech giant is mulling a deal to join the growing number of suitors interested in the urgent firesale of Toshiba's highly prized business as it struggles to plug the £9bn hole in its balance after the floundering and collapse of its United States nuclear business Westinghouse.

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  • EPA Seeks Public Comment on Which Environmental Regs to Axe

    EPA Seeks Public Comment on Which Environmental Regs to Axe

    Administrator Pruitt's decision to highlight this polluting facility is deeply troubling for clean water and public health. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt told dozens of Pennsylvania coal miners Thursday that the "regulatory assault" on their industry is over, and that the environment can be protected without hurting business.

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  • Nikki Haley: We Don't See Peace in Syria With Assad

    Graham spoke several days after Trump unilaterally ordered a missile attack on a Syrian airbase in response to Assad's deadly chemical weapons attack on civilians and as the Trump administration tried to explain its foreign policy. "It agreed to be the guarantor of the elimination of the chemical weapons, and why Russian Federation has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me", Tillerson said.

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  • Removal of United passenger shines light on airport police

    The airline will look to a passenger's enrollment in their frequent flier programs and to the fare class of their ticket, said Brett Snyder, author and founder of the Cranky Flier travel blog. Dao disembark that plane", Demetrio said in a press conference Thursday. The security officers returned, but refused to restrain Dao because he was injured and bleeding, Fuller said.

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  • KFC To Stop Selling Chicken With Antibiotics

    KFC To Stop Selling Chicken With Antibiotics

    KFC will serve chicken raised without human antibiotics in the U.S.by the end of 2018, the company said Friday, adding its considerable weight to the push to change the way poultry is treated. Officials say it can lead to germs becoming resistant to drugs, making antibiotics no longer effective in treating some illnesses in humans. The policy change is expected to have a widespread effect on the poultry industry, because KFC - owned by Yum Brands - buys its chicken from a great many flocks ...

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  • Gambler tied to Phil Mickelson convicted of insider trading

    Gambler tied to Phil Mickelson convicted of insider trading

    I just did lose the biggest bet of my life. "Frankly I'm in total shock". The prosecutor said Walters urged Mickelson to buy Dean Foods stock and the golfer then invested $2 million, scoring a profit in 2012 of almost $1 million, which he turned over to Walters to cover gambling debts.

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  • Ecuador's Lenin Moreno Declared Winner of Presidential Election

    Ecuador's Lenin Moreno Declared Winner of Presidential Election

    Meanwhile, Lasso's party encouraged supporters to protest in the streets over alleged fraud. The 45-year-old Australian buoyantly turned that threat around on Lasso as official results showed the conservative ex-banker on track to lose. Fulfilling a new commitment - enshrined in Ecuador's 2008 constitution - to prohibit foreign military bases in the country, in 2009 Correa ordered the withdrawal of USA troops from the Manta military base, established in 1978, after its most recent 10-year ...

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  • Body-camera maker offers 1-year trial to police agencies

    Body-camera maker offers 1-year trial to police agencies

    Police body cameras have provided visuals of some of the most intense officer-citizen interactions, often showing the moments when police choose to use force. "Our belief is that a body camera is to a cop what a smartphone is to a civilian", Rick Smith, Taser CEO said. "Cops spend about two-thirds of their time doing paperwork".

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  • Wenger insists he will only retire when he DIES

    Wenger insists he will only retire when he DIES

    Welbeck said: "We showed character but I think we have to look at the performance and see where we conceded the goals". "Now people realise it is not as easy as it looked". "I can understand because football is free for everybody to have opinions so you cannot stop that". "But we showed strong mental resources". "Of course we have a hard task in front of us, but I am happy as well that people realise suddenly that it's not as easy as it looked always".

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  • Ford Escape Sees Best March Sales in Canada, SUV Sales Up 19%

    Ford Escape Sees Best March Sales in Canada, SUV Sales Up 19%

    The Ford logo is displayed on a new Ford auto on the sales lot at a Ford dealership on March 29, 2017 in Colma, California. Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) traded at a yearly high level of $14.22 during the last trading session. Industry analysts expected March sales industrywide to be higher compared to the same month a year ago, marking the first time this year auto sales will grow.

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  • What the death of broadband privacy rules means

    What the death of broadband privacy rules means

    The rule was passed past year by the USA regulator with a majority of Democrats appointed by former president Barack Obama, a scenario that has been reversed with the election of President Donald Trump. Last Tuesday, the House of Representatives agreed with the idea to revoke Obama's Internet Privacy Protection in his time of service. On the Republican side, 15 members split from their party and opposed the bill .

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  • Extra portion of SpaceX rocket recovered from launch, Musk says

    Extra portion of SpaceX rocket recovered from launch, Musk says

    SpaceX successfully landed eight rockets prior to this week's launch, but Thursday was the first time one of those rockets was deployed again. SpaceX, Elon Musk's American aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company, won a significant victory in their efforts towards affordable space travel by launching their first ever recycled rocket.

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  • White House resists Sally Yates from testifying about Trump-Russia links

    White House resists Sally Yates from testifying about Trump-Russia links

    Nunes took questions Wednesday after Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina became the first Republican lawmaker to ask for the chairman, who was a member of Trump's transition team, to recuse himself from the investigation. This fueled speculation that a White House official had provided the information to Nunes to bolster the president's tweeted claim that President Barack Obama illegally ordered surveillance, which had been repudiated by the nation's highest intelligence and law enforcement ...

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  • EpiPen Recall: Some Lots Recalled In U.S. For Potential Supplier Defect

    EpiPen Recall: Some Lots Recalled In U.S. For Potential Supplier Defect

    The EpiPen's being recalled were distributed between December 2015 and July 2016 and includes the EpiPen Jr.in the United States. EpiPens are used to treat severe allergic reactions. Of course, the company reassures that the defective or faulty devices will be replaced at no cost to consumers/patients. According to the recall announcement on Mylan's website, the risk of the defect is low, but the company is acting "out of an abundance of caution" to keep any defective pens out of circulation.

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  • Wall St flat as investors lock in strong quarterly gains

    Traders cheered several corporate deals. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 0.3 percent to 20,728.49. The broader S&P 500 index gained 6.93 points or 0.29 percent to end at 2,368.06. USA stocks ended lower Friday after wavering in a tight range, as investors meditated on a batch of economic reports. "As the Fed loves the PCE instead of the CPI, the nearing of their 2% core inflation rate coincides with their determination of hiking at least 3 times this year".

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  • Mylan Issues EpiPen Recall Due To Potential Defect

    Mylan Issues EpiPen Recall Due To Potential Defect

    EpiPens affected under the new recall were distributed in the US between December 17, 2015, and July 1, 2016. EpiPen (0.3 mg epinephrine) auto-injector lot 5GU763, expiry date May 2017. Patients may receive either EpiPen Auto-Injector or the authorized generic for EpiPen Auto-Injector at the pharmacy as a replacement based on availability.

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  • BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY) Posts Earnings Results

    BlackBerry Ltd (BBRY) Posts Earnings Results

    Meanwhile, among specific stocks in focus are smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY), agricultural name FMC Corp (NYSE: FMC ), and autoimmune specialist Akari Therapeutics PLC (ADR) (NASDAQ:AKTX). Global Equities Research started coverage on BlackBerry in a report on Monday, March 13th. The numbers are changing more or less according to the plan explained to current and potential owners of BBRY stock.

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  • Lulu CEO 'buying as much stock as we can' after shares plunge

    Lulu CEO 'buying as much stock as we can' after shares plunge

    The projection was below the US$552.4 million analysts were expecting based on a consensus compiled by Thomson Reuters . As per Friday, September 11, the company rating was maintained by Cowen & Co. Van ECK Associates Corp now owns 1,609 shares of the apparel retailer's stock valued at $105,000 after buying an additional 46 shares in the last quarter.

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