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Police Say a Woman Abandoned Her Newborn Baby in an Airport Bathroom

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The newborn is under the care of the Arizona Department of Child Services. A custodian from the airport says she discovered pools of blood on the bathroom floor shortly after the woman left. The first part of the note appeared to be written from the newborn's perspective. "We would like to know who she is but we've exhausted our resources", Butler told the paper. Read More »

US Crude Output Rises to 10 Million/BPD

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China's crude oil and other liquids production dropped the most among non-OPEC nations in 2016, and the EIA expects production to have booked the second-biggest such drop past year. On Wednesday U.S. equity futures fell and the dollar rose. Crude oil has also been under pressure from a stronger USA dollar, which is on track for its biggest weekly rise in more than a year. Read More »

Key source code for iOS's iBoot leaked on GitHub

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Apparently, the iOS source code is from iOS 9.3 released in March 2016, reports Motherboard . Speaking with Motherboard , security researcher, Jonathan Levin, noted that this leak "brings us closer to a truly liberated iOS booted on generic arm boards and/or emulators". Read More »

Dow plunges 1175 points in worst day for stocks since 2011

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Traders are bracing for volatility to stay high as they try to figure out if the swings of the past two days are the start of a deeper correction or just a temporary blip in the US market's nine-year bull run. The Nasdaq composite rose 2.1 percent to 7,115.88. Wrong-footed volatility bets, and not the notion that too much good economic news was rejected by financial markets, has become the dominating theory behind why markets tanked on Monday. Read More »

General Motors beats the Street with fourth-quarter report card

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Barrow Hanley Mewhinney & Strauss Llc who had been investing in Twenty for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $68.44 billion market cap company. Investors sentiment decreased to 0.87 in Q3 2017. Its down 0.15, from 1.02 in 2017Q2. It fall, as 66 investors sold GM shares while 322 reduced holdings. Read More »

LA Cop: Robert Wagner's Natalie Wooden Story 'Doesn't Add Up'

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Shortly after that, separate witnesses who were on a boat that was in the water nearby, heard a man and woman arguing on the back of the boat and believe the voices were those of Wood and Wagner, Corina said. Before becoming the subject of a Hollywood mystery, Natalie Wood was considered one of the most handsome and talented women in the world. At first, it was thought Wood had slipped and fallen into the water while sailing with her husband Wagner and actor Christopher Walken, who she ... Read More »

Global stocks extend selloff, Treasury yields retreat from near four-year highs

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After a three-decade period when falling interest rates and bond yields provided a boost to stock prices, the potential for a sustained rise in yields has equities deep in the red in recent days. With this trend of mildly rising inflation, gold prices and T-bond yields will likely continue moving upward until there are signs of an economic slowdown and/or a bubble burst in stocks. Read More »

Eyes on redesign, user growth in Snap's upcoming earnings

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Snap , which makes the Snapchat photo-messaging app, said fourth-quarter sales jumped 72 percent to $285.7 million, beating the $252.8 million average projection of analysts, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. "Our business really came together towards the end of a year ago", Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel said in a statement. But the company's bet on Spectacles has been expensive, costing the company $40 million last quarter for "excess inventory". Read More »

Best Buy to Stop Selling CD's

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In an interesting twist, the store is committed to carrying records for the next two years with the vinyl format having a resurgence. Vinyl will be merchandised alongside turntables, Billboard's sources suggest. Now, Target is trying to pass the risk to labels, by changing their operations to scanned-based trading. Music labels are apparently waiting to see how DVD manufacturers react. Read More »

Neymar beating Messi and Ronaldo stats at 26 but needs silverware

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Number of goals scored from Feb 2nd 2017 onwards. Then again, you wouldn't bet against him playing a starring role in Real Madrid's Champions League Round of 16 tie against Paris Saint-Germain. He is the main man. Cristiano Ronaldo is Portugal's top scorer in history, and he became European champion in 2016. Should Neymar manage to lead PSG to Champions League glory and Brazil to another World Cup title, there is little doubt that he will secure his first Ballon d'Or - one of ... Read More »

US Market Indexes Lower for the Week

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The plunge in stocks came after U.S. payrolls data showed a jump in wage inflation . However, even after last week's sell-off, stock markets remain at historic highs. The expectation among investors has always been for a gradual rise in interest rates, as the Federal Reserve slowly pulls back from the stimulus that it implemented for the economy amid the Great Recession. Read More »

Will Not Break Alliance with BJP: TDP

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TDP is not happy with the allocation of funds to Andhra Pradesh in the Union Budget 2018 despite repeated appeals for more money for the construction of new state capital Amaravati . "It is a matter of Andhra Pradesh's self-respect". The TDP leaders told the Chief Minister that huge funds were allocated to Karnataka and Maharashtra for metro rail project while no mention of AP in this regard. Read More »

Media Stocks Battered as Dow Sees Worst Showing in 20 Months

Sony, which recently posted stellar quarterly earnings, especially in its entertainment division, was the only major media conglomerate to trade higher on Friday, closing up 6 percent. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 2.84 percent. The higher the RVOL the more In Play the stock is. In the three weeks through January 24, investors have pushed a net $18.3 billion into USA stock funds this year, according to estimates from the Investment Company Institute. Read More »

Riley Comments on Alphabet Inc's FY2019 Earnings (GOOGL)

Google Properties revenues rose to $22.2 billion from $18 billion a year ago. The recent USA tax law change set Alphabet back $9.9 billion as a one-time expense during the quarter. One analyst said he could look past the increase in spending and call the quarter good, as revenue from advertising is up significantly. While Google owns a massive chunk of the advertising system - and it still continues to print money - it's found itself trying to diversify itself away from that with a ... Read More »

Oil gains after Goldman Sachs predicts rise above $80

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The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major peers, decreased 0.38 percent to 89.047 at 3:00 p.m. (2000 GMT). Goldman Sachs dramatically revised its outlook for oil in 2018, saying that it underestimated how rapidly the market was tightening. Read More »

You Can Now Download The YouTube TV App

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YouTube Go expands to 130 countries to bring locally relevant content within everyone's reach. It can be understood as a toned down version of the main YouTube service, albeit one that allows you more control over data usage. The sharing UI has also been improved and you can now even share multiple videos at once. YouTube News senior product manager Geoff Samek said in a blog post Friday that these notices will only be shown to US audiences for the time being. Read More »

Four Chicago-area Carson's stores to close

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Milwaukee- and York, Pa.,-based Bon-Ton said on Wednesday it will close Carson's at Streets of Woodfield in Schaumburg, Riverside Plaza in Chicago and clearance centers in Aurora and Morton Grove. Bon-Ton has operated at the Berkshire Mall since its acquisition of Pomeroy's in 1987. Sales will run 10 to 12 weeks. Laura Ashley is bringing back one of its most popular prints this spring to The Bon-Ton Stores. Read More »

Wisconsin Republicans to donate money from Wynn group to charity

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Ron Johnson and the Republican Party of Wisconsin will donate to charity campaign contributions from or associated with the former Republican National Committee finance chairman accused of sexual misconduct. During the fall, RNC officials, including McDaniel, noted that Weinstein had been a top donor for Democrats, including 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Read More »

Battle Over FISA Abuse Memo Heats Up

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The editorial noted the timing of Nunes' secret memo, which coincided with reports special counsel Robert Mueller is honing in on possible obstruction of justice by the president, having interviewed former FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Jeff Session last week . Read More »

ITC rules in favor of Bombardier

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A US trade body erased import duties of almost 300 per cent on Bombardier's CSeries Friday, unanimously rejecting a bid by USA aircraft maker Boeing . "Today is a huge victory for one of Canada's most important industries and as a Bombardier employee I'm absolutely thrilled and dumbfounded that this decision actually came down". Read More »

Tokyo-based Cryptocurrency exchange hacked

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Japan's Financial Services Agency is also investigating the theft. The news sparked fears of a hacking incident, similar to Mt.Gox, which lost $460 million worth crypto currencies and filed for bankruptcy in April 2014. Ars attempted to reach representatives of Coincheck and the NEM Foundation without success. The value of XEM, the cyrptocurrency protocol that Coincheck NEM tokens are based on plunged following the news - ironically, reducing the losses to "only" about $400 million. Read More »

SpaceX fires up Falcon Heavy rocket ahead of maiden launch

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The Falcon Heavy "megarocket" will fire beyond orbit from the former Apollo 11 moon rocket launchpad at the Kennedy Space Centre near Cape Canaveral, Florida. This milestone was what is known as a static fire test. That's great news, because the test launch was already postponed from late previous year, and then it looked like it might be even more delayed owing to the government shutdown, which affected SpaceX's ability to launch from Cape Canaveral. Read More »

Burger King tweaks United States regulator in new 'net neutrality' advertisement

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That's why the BURGER KING® brand created WHOPPER® Neutrality, a social experiment that explains the effects of the repeal of Net Neutrality by putting it in terms anyone can understand: A WHOPPER® sandwich. Net neutrality may seem like a wonky telecom battle with little relevance to a fast-food giant. Members of the commission voted along party lines, 3-2 approving the repeal. Read More »

Carnival Cruise passenger dies after falling from cabin balcony

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The Triumph operates four- and five-day cruises from New Orleans . One woman died after falling over the balcony to another deck, and the second woman fell overboard and is missing. The U.S. Coast Guard told CBS News that the incident happened in Mexican waters and they are not assisting. No more details were immediately available about the circumstances of the woman's fall. Read More »