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The Pendragon PLC (PDG) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Jefferies Group LLC

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Paypoint plc (LON:PAY) has 0.00% since November 22, 2016 and is. Investec Securities raised its rating on the 5.45 billion GBP market capitalized company to a Buy, and chose to leave its price target of GBX 1600.00 on EZJ shares. In addition to Jefferies International reporting its stock price target, a total of 5 brokers have issued a research note on the company. The Firm operates as a low-priced European point-to-point short-haul airline. Read More »

Uber data breach affects 57 mln users

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Finally telling Uber users about the hack in a blog post yesterday, the company's CEO Dara Khosrowshahi gave a vague outline as to how the tech startup dealt with the hackers. have occurred here. Controls to alert on suspicious data access do exist, but my guess is that they were not used, which is all too typical in today's enterprises". Read More »

Belk Black Friday 2017 Sale Launched Online With 400 Doorbusters

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With that being said, taking into account size, price and consumer demand, here are the Top 10 TV deals this Black Friday . Deals are in all categories including apparel, shoes, boots, home, kitchen, jewelry, toys, electronics and more. United Kingdom retailers like GAME, Argos, Amazon and Currys have a selection of pre-Black Friday deals available on Xbox One console bundles. Black Friday isn't just a Friday anymore, it's a full week of deals that culminates with one of the busiest ... Read More »

Uber makes self-driving vehicle deal with Volvo

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The cars, in theory, would be available through the Uber app to pick up passengers without a driver. That company has negotiated deals with several manufacturers, including General Motors and, more recently, Ford Motor Co., that will put some of their autonomous vehicles into fleet testing and eventual commercial application. Read More »

Trader Joe's recalling salads that could contain shards of glass or plastic

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Department of Agriculture's "inspected" code p-40299. A recall issued by the grocery store chain Trader Joe's Saturday states three separate pre-packaged salads may contain pieces of glass or hard plastics. Otherwise, they should be thrown away. Trader Joe's addressed the recall on their website , saying all affected product on their shelves have been destroyed. Read More »

House Passes GOP Tax Overhaul With Orphan Drug Tax Credit Repeal Included

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For businesses, the bill calls for a reduction of the corporate tax rate from the current rate of 35 percent to 20 percent and allows for increased expensing of the costs of certain properties. Kevin Diaz , Washington correspondent for the Houston Chronicle says Brady has been working his way through the House leadership ranks for years, with the goal of implementing significant tax cuts. Read More »

Earnings On Deck For Foot Locker, Inc

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Renaissance Technologies LLC now owns 1,372,300 shares of the athletic footwear retailer's stock valued at $67,627,000 after purchasing an additional 1,297,900 shares during the period. As of October 28, 2017, the company operated 3,349 stores in 23 countries in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. It has a 8.9 P/E ratio. Read More »

College strike continues as union rejects latest offer

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The strike, which involves 12,000 college professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians, began October 15 and has left 500,000 full time and part time students out of class. "The Colleges bargaining team is in touch with the mediator for a resumption of bargaining", said Rick Webb, Sault College human resources and corporate communications director, speaking to SooToday. Read More »

Koch brothers back Meredith bid to buy Time

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Shares of telecommunications companies rose after magazine publisher Meredith said it has lined up financing commitments from several banks and the billionaire Koch brothers in pursuit of a takeover of rival Time , The Wall Street Journal reported. Read More »

Serial killer on the loose in Tampa, police looking for Black suspect

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Dugan described the suspect as a black male between 6 feet and 6 feet 2 inches with a thin build and a light complexion. The officers will work with Tampa Police to help patrol the area. Today's homicide follows three unsolved killings that occurred within blocks of one another days before Halloween near a bus route used by two of the victims. Read More »

Norway's oil fund wants to divest from ... oil

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Norway is a major oil producer, and it has plowed its energy earnings into the fund in order to fund pensions and other government expenses. The fund could dump up to $40 billion (€33.9 billion) worth of shares in worldwide oil giants such as Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Chevron and Exxon Mobil. Read More »

Keystone Pipeline leaks 210000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

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The cause was being investigated. "Some landowners are concerned about how an oil spill might harm their property and water supplies". Officials don't believe the leak affected any surface water bodies or threatened any drinking water systems from the spill onto agricultural land, said Brian Walsh, an environmental scientist manager at the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, which has dispatched a staff member to the site. Read More »

France wins 2023 Rugby World Cup in shock decision

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Black humour was the only refuge for South African rugby officials on Wednesday after they lost out in the vote to stage the 2023 World Cup , a global event the nation had been convinced was in the bag. "But apparently that wasn't part of the overall vision World Rugby had for it". Browne, who has been in his post since 1998 and been responsible for successfully guiding Irish rugby from the amateur era to the professional world, believes though the prize is still up for grabs. Read More »

Inflation at 7-month high on higher food, fuel prices

The spike in consumer price inflation was driven mostly by a doubling of vegetable price index to 7.47 per cent from 3.92 per cent in September, data released by the Central Statistics Office ( CSO ) showed. Pan, tobacco and intoxicants saw high inflation and settled at 6.91 per cent. Clothing and footwear (4.76), housing (6.68), and fuel and light (6.36) were costlier on sequential basis. Read More »

Don't write oil's 'obituary', IEA says in long-term demand forecast

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Under the IEA's New Policies Scenario, based on existing legislation and announced policy intentions relative to emissions and climate change, the oil price should continue to rise toward $83 a barrel by the mid-2020s. "Asia's growing gas import requirements are largely met by LNG (by 2040), with exports from the United States accelerating a shift towards a more flexible, liquid global market", the IEA said. Read More »

Missouri Opens Antitrust Investigation Into Google

Missouri's attorney general has launched a broad investigation into whether Google is violating the state's consumer-protection and antitrust laws, a new front in the internet giant's regulatory battles. That's not the case in Europe, where the company faces a fine of about $2.7 billion over the display of its shopping ads. In Congress, however, the search giant and other dominant tech companies have come under increased criticism in recent months over a range of issues, from their failure to ... Read More »

N. Korea blasts Trump's 'warmonger' Asia tour

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SEOUL-The leaders of South Korea and China on Saturday agreed on the need to manage the security situation on the Korean peninsula in a stable way and to resolve North Korea-related tensions peacefully after a summit meeting, the South's presidential office said. Read More »

India September Industrial Production Growth Misses Expectations

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The ONS reported that industrial production rose by 0.7 per cent in the month, more than double the 0.3 per cent financial analysts had expected. British industry had its strongest month so far this year in September, but more signs of strain on consumers and a plunge in construction were reminders that the economy looks set for a hard 2018 as Brexit approaches. Read More »

AT&T CEO: DOJ never demanded CNN sale in Time Warner deal

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If AT&T and DOJ cannot agree to conditions, the government can sue to block the deal. Justice suggested that AT&T sell either DirecTV or Turner, the arm of Time Warner that holds CNN , TBS and TNT. The newspaper's source in the White House said that this was meant merely as a joke and Kushner did not mean to be taken seriously. But many, including AT&T executives, expected the acquisition to be finalized by the end of the year, and the DOJ's pushback has all but ensured that won't be the case. Read More »

#OutOfOffice: How women are marking Equal Pay Day

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Women in Ireland earn 14 per cent less than men with the gender pay gap growing in recent years, according to the Central Statistics Office. "We need to wake up to the fact that a culture which tolerates or even fosters sexual harassment isn't going to pay women properly either, and we know that younger women are particularly likely to experience harassment", said Smethers. Read More »

Now you can actually have 'Breakfast at Tiffany's'

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That is, if they don't die of hunger first. "The simple menu-which will change and evolve through the seasons-is a refined take on signature NY dishes, reinvented to be uniquely Tiffany". Tiffany's is opening a luxurious cafe at their flagship store today called the Blue Box Cafe, so you can actually have breakfast at Tiffany's . Speaking of luxury, your morning joe at Tiffany's will cost you far more than Holly Golightly's street-cart fare. Read More »

Uber and NASA to Bring Flying Cars to Los Angeles

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The company predicted that a one-and-a-half hour auto journey from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to the Lakers' home court Staples Centre could take less than 30 minutes using a combination of flying cars and regular cars. "To solve the problem of soul-destroying traffic, roads must go 3-D, which means either flying cars or tunnels". Holden said he expects Uber will have its first flight demonstrations in 2020 and have the service commercially available by 2023. Read More »

AT&T Clashes With US Over Time Warner Asset Sales

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AT&T had maintained that the deal would be done by the end of the year. The New York Times and the Financial Times also reported Wednesday afternoon that the DOJ was demanding the sale of CNN or Turner as a condition of approving the deal. Read More »

Apple Responds To Reports About Its Tax Affairs

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The Panorama documentary featured BBC reporter Richard Bilton doorstepping Appleby's Jersey office on the Esplanade, where staff denied that the United States tech giant had any presence. rather than lower them elsewhere. Apple said it believes comprehensive global tax reform is essential, and that it has for many years been advocating for simplification of the tax code. Read More »