The Dubai police have added a Bentley GT, a Merc SLS and an Aston Martin One-77 to their swanky sports car patrols.
The Dubai police have added a Bentley GT, a Merc SLS and an Aston Martin One-77 to their swanky sports car patrols.
Michael B: If one looks at some of my posts within the past few days, I stated that Obama/Clinton are much more loyal to the UN and The Hague than to the US. That is true for much CFR Establishment Government of both parties. The UN is all about an international order over US national Constitutional sovereignty. The UN is about 2nd Amendment eradication--people without arms cannot more readily overthrow tyrannical governments with arms. The UN condones the mass murder of millions of unborn as human life is relabeled and devalued. It must create division and dissention as a means of exploiting its own ends. Many blacks are in the chains of generational welfare and have a loyalty to African heritage over US place of birth--hence African American.
Anyone who missed last night’s presidential debate and turned to social media to try to determine how it went might have a difficult time figuring out whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump came away on top. Trump supporters and the candidate himself are busy declaring victory and promoting internet polls in which as many as 80 percent of respondents claimed that Trump won. Team Clinton, meanwhile, has also declared victory and is citing multiple analysts in the media who insist that Clinton won, either by virtue of Trump self-destructing or her superior preparation.
If you’ve just bought a new home, chances are you spent quite some time worrying about your credit score. After all, your credit score affects your ability to get a mortgage, and the interest rate you’ll pay on that mortgage. You’ll likely start seeing minor dings in your credit score as soon as you begin applying for mortgages.
Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. Dear famous person, If we want to be seen with you, we'll turn our backs on you. Please don't be offended. It's just that your fame isn't enough for us anymore. We need to attach ourselves to your fame, so that we can post the resulting picture to Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat. That way, we achieve our own sort of mini-fame. Which could be the maximal fame we ever attain. Please forgive me for this missive to the stars. There's a reason: This astounding picture was posted Sunday on Twitter by Hillary For America design lead Victor Ng. He credited the shot to Clinton campaign photographer Barbara Kinney.
In a job interview, every little thing matters — from your ability to make eye contact to the color of your suit.So you’ll want to pay extra close attention to what you do with your hands while you’re sitting across from your interviewer.Below, we’ve
Sept. 27 -- Hans Sicat, president and chief executive officer at Philippine Stock Exchange, discusses foreign outflows from the country, Philippine stocks and his outlook for the economy. He speaks to Bloomberg's Angie Lau and David Ingles on "Asia Edge."
Shares of Chesapeake Energy Corp. plunged in active trade Tuesday, as Carl Icahn appears to be losing interest in the natural gas and oil company after years of being one of its biggest supporters. The company (CHK) disclosed in a regulatory filing that Vincent Intrieri, a senior managing director at Icahn Capital, had resigned from the board of directors, effective Monday. Icahn didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Cortec Group is poised to make a killing on its investment in a cooler maker if it successfully goes public. The small private-equity firm could make about $3.3 billion on the initial public offering of Yeti Holdings Inc., which could happen as soon as October, according to a story by The Wall Street Journal's Matt Jarzemsky. Cortec invested about $67 million in Yeti back in 2012, which means it could make 50 times its money in four years, The Journal reported.
Samsung Pay, the electronics giant's mobile-payments service, turns one year old in the US on Wednesday. Samsung said Tuesday it has added support for coupons, memberships and gift cards to the service. Accompanying the new features is a cloud storage feature that allows users to restore membership, gift, and Samsung Reward cards whenever they sign into a new device.
AT&T Inc. T is proceeding with its legal actions against the "One Touch Make Ready" ordinance imposed by the Nashville City Council. The council recently voted in favor of the ordinance, which allows competitors such as Alphabet Inc’s GOOG Google Fiber install wires on AT&T’s utility poles, without prior approval. Notably, this February, AT&T sued the Louisville Metro Government on the same grounds, backed by Frontier Communications Inc. FTR.
Both of Jeep's midsize offerings, the Compass and Patriot, are getting hella old. Instead of flooding the market with two new offerings, Jeep is rolling out just one, and it's using the Compass name. The 2017 Jeep Compass will be an all-new affair, and it will be built in the company's newly established manufacturing facility in Goiana, Pernambuco, Brazil.
Tyson said it got complaints from consumers saying they had found small pieces of hard, white plastic in the nuggets, prompting the recall. The plastic may have originated from a rod used to connect a plastic transfer belt, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service said, and classified it as a Class I recall. There have been no injuries associated with this recall, Tyson said.
Longtime customers of Target's pharmacies are finding a change in pill bottle design hard to swallow. After CVS began operating Target's drugstores earlier this year, distraught customers have been asking — in some cases begging — the drugstore chain to bring back the retailer's red prescription bottles, which came with color-coded rings, labeling on the top and prescription information that was easier to read. Vivian Ruth Sawyer went fishing through her trash to rescue the old Target bottles soon after opening her stapled prescription bag to find the dowdy, white-capped amber vials that are common in most medicine cabinets.
No résumé is 100% flawless. Many include minor errors — a missing digit on your zip code, or a few too many buzzwords — and while these aren’t favorable in the eyes of the hiring manager, they can easily be forgiven if the candidate is otherwise impressive and qualified for the job.
The U.S. dollar last traded about 1.8 percent weaker against the Mexican peso and was stronger against the yen. The euro-dollar held steady near $1.125. In the last few days, the Mexican peso has hit all-time lows against the U.S. dollar as Trump appeared to gain momentum in election polls. The Dow Jones industrial average closed more than 150 points lower Monday, weighed by concerns ahead of the evening debate and pressure on the financial sector from a plunge in shares of Deutsche Bank to record lows. "I think Hillary Clinton did pretty well. I think she was better prepared than Trump," said Bruce Bittles, chief investment strategist at Baird. "Whether the debate will mean anything (remains)
The decisions you make leading up to retirement, including how much to save, how to allocate your investments, when to take Social Security and how to anticipate your retirement expenses can make a big difference in your old age. Once you're in retirement, you'll need smart strategies for taking withdrawals and investing your resources so they last as long as you do. About 44% of workers take the benefit as soon as they are eligible, at age 62, and nearly 75% of retirees take benefits before full retirement age.
Ahead of the first in-person clash between Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, stocks around the world traded lower. “Investors are acting extremely nervous with regards to the debate … and it highlights the fact that the markets are not focusing on the health of the economy, interest rates and geopolitical events,” Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at Boston Private Wealth, told Reuters Monday. In Asia, where many nations risk seeing the Trans Pacific Partnership with the United States disappear after the election, the Shanghai Composite Index in China was down 1.8 percent (China isn’t a signatory to the pact).
The pharmaceutical company Mylan, which makes the EpiPen, is now saying it understated the profits it derives from the life-saving allergy drug by 60% in a congressional hearing last week, according to The Wall Street Journal. Mylan paid a 7.4% tax rate last year after moving its business to The Netherlands for tax purposes. The company's CEO, Heather Bresch, was called to the House of Representatives to answer for why her company had raised the EpiPen's price by 500% since it purchased the drug in 2007.
Both male and female managers say it's hard to give tough feedback to women. Perhaps they should learn from legendary coach Geno Auriemma, who in 30 years of leading UConn's women's basketball team has won a record 11 national titles. He speaks to WSJ's Shelby Holliday about how good leaders can find success by dishing tough-love feedback.
Shares of Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) are off to a forgettable start this week, down more than 3% as the closing bell on Monday approaches. An SEC investigation found that Merrill Lynch caused market disruptions on at least 15 occasions from late 2012 to mid-2014 and violated the Market Access Rule because its internal controls in place to prevent erroneous trading orders were set at levels so high that it rendered them ineffective. For example, Merrill Lynch applied a limit of 5 million shares per order for one stock that only traded around 79,000 shares per day. Other trading strategies had limits set as high as 25 million shares, which Merrill Lynch reduced to 50,000 shares after the SEC's investigation began.
Just ask intrepid consumer reporter Bob Sullivan, who received his very own debt collection note after simply reaching out to a payday loan company (and alleged phantom debt collector) for a story. For starters, payday lenders don't typically report to major credit bureaus, like Experian, according to the bureau's Director of Public Education, Rod Griffin. "Any debt you enter into contractually you are obligated to repay, even if it doesn't appear in a credit report," Griffin said, and ignoring a legitimate debt could have serious consequences.
Volkswagen AG’s attempts to contain the fallout from the emissions cheating suffered a setback after Audi, the group’s biggest profit center, lost a key engineer tainted by the scandal. Development chief Stefan Knirsch left the manufacturer with immediate effect this week after a probe showed he was aware of the manipulation when he took the job less than 10 months ago. A company veteran who started in Audi’s engine design unit in 1990, Knirsch was picked by Audi Chief Rupert Stadler to succeed Ulrich Hackenberg, who was pushed out in the first round of management purges after the scandal broke a year ago. Now Stadler himself has come under increased scrutiny as investigators seek to untangle
Move over FANG, Jim Cramer has officially crowned FAAA as the new acronym for red-hot growth plays in the market. Cramer created the acronym FANG for Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Google, now under the parent name of Alphabet (GOOGL). The new abbreviation of FAAA represents Facebook, Alibaba (BABA), Alphabet and Amazon.
The World Trade Organization Tuesday lowered its global trade forecast, warning that anti-globalisation rhetoric and Brexit were pushing trade growth to its slowest pace since the financial crisis. The warning comes as talks on a landmark free trade deal between the European Union and the United States faces stiff opposition and Britain's EU exit causes jitters. The WTO said that global trade was now estimated to expand by just 1.7 percent this year, compared to its April projection of 2.8 percent.
A Delta flight from Detroit to Amsterdam had to be diverted to Manchester, England, for two hours Saturday into Sunday after smoke and an unknown smell developed in the passenger cabin. A Delta official and a senior U.S. official told ABC News that the emergency on Flight 138 was caused by a Samsung tablet. The Delta official explained that the tablet fell inside a seat and became jammed after the seat either reclined or was returned to its upright position. Underneath the seat cover, the tablet and foam then started smoking, and passengers could smell a strange odor. The flight was diverted to Manchester, where the seat was replaced. After two hours on the ground, the flight was airborne, en
Much of southern Louisiana is still under flood water. Flint, Michigan residents still can’t drink their city’s lead-contaminated water. And members of Congress are so heavily conflicted over how and when to respond to those two disasters that they are