At least for now ... the idiots at Yahoo Finance should realize folks rather ignore the "super" "brainy" "conversation" than using the new site.
Yeah, but last two months did not have the FBI Benghazi report on her extreme carelessness in handling national security emails and her scorch earth machine to obstruct Bernie's campaign.
So what were his tax rates in the past 20 years? 10 years? 5 years?
Here we have the bitter blue collar white voters paying 20% plus FIT while Trump paid next to nothing?
Tensions surrounding the officers' deaths have been high ever since — the words "Blue Lives Matter" have been circulated as a counter-response to "Black Lives Matter," further increasing tensions between passionate sides of a complex debate. So when Bush took the stage at the memorial service, he shared a speech encouraging a "unity of hope" rather than animosity.
"Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions."
"At times, it seems like the forces pulling us apart are stronger than the forces binding us together," Bush said to the crowd at the Dallas memorial service, adding: "Argument turns too easily into animosity. Disagreement escalates into dehumanization. Too often, we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions."
Market has gone up daily, making new all time highs, up nearly 20% since lows a few months ago. Good job to Obama and shame to those obstructionist crying Armageddon often over the past seven years.
Looks like tablet yahoo web has not been freaked up yet, but expect the loopholes will be closed and only the new format will function. By then, hope most of the old features would be added back.
With this latest Marissa Mayer bright idea. Its search has been dead after her "deal" with Bing and Google. Its news site is full of sponsored stories than non-fiction stuff. Now this.
I get it, it save storage and cut head counts. Good for executive compensation.
Can he read like a real politician? He would stutter and wooden like a 5th grader reading aloud Shakespeare in front of the class.
JPMorgan is giving some employees a raise.
The firm is raising its minimum pay for 18,000 overtime-eligible US employees from $10.15 an hour to between $12.00 and $16.50 an hour, depending on market factors, over the next three years.
The firm employs about 185,000 people in the US in total.
"A pay increase is the right thing to do," CEO Jamie Dimon wrote in an op-ed in The New York Times Tuesday. "Wages for many Americans have gone nowhere for too long."
This follows Monday's announcement from Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz that his company would raise employee wages by at least 5%.
What glass ceiling?
There we are. The money changers are putting money where their mouths are. Obama recovery is for real.
for DOW and S&P, thanks to Obama's job recovery:
At the close
Dow +1.38% to 18,142.30. S&P +1.51% to 2,129.40. Nasdaq +1.64% to 4,956.52.
Treasurys: 30-year +0.33%. 10-yr +0.06%. 5-yr 0%.
Commodities: Crude +0.24% to $45.25. Gold +0.36% to $1,366.95.
Currencies: Euro -0.08% vs. dollar. Yen -0.31%. Pound -0.35%.