Our favorite wildlife animal photos from this week's news stories.
Our favorite wildlife animal photos from this week's news stories.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thomas R. Schmutz, FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd. - CEO  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you, Misten. Paul Takalo, our Interim CFO, will then provide a more detailed review of the financial results in the second quarter and the year-to-date summaries where they're applicable.
Don't mistake the the market "action" for actual action, especially during the month of August, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Monday. Sometimes, nothing happens, but the market still tries to make sense of it. There was no real news to move stocks today, Cramer said, yet as soon as FANG (his acronym for Facebook (FB) , Amazon.com (AMZN) , Netflix (NFLX) and Alphabet (GOOGL) ) began to decline, the pundits were quick to write the obituaries. But just as they have so many time before, FANG quickly rose from the dead, once again proving the pundits dead wrong. August is always a wild month, Cramer reminded viewers. Big declines can happen at any time and for any reason, and sometimes for
A wealthy family with homes around the world is looking for an experienced nanny in London. "We are looking for a highly qualified nanny who has a degree in child psychology, no children of their own and a minimum of 15 years of nannying experience," the mother of the family wrote in an ad on Childcare.co.uk. The ideal candidate should be trained in self-defense, but the parents will pay for the successful candidate to receive training if they aren't martial arts experts already.
Last week’s failed rally from minor underlying support in the benchmark S&P 500 (SPX), especially amid top-heavy investor assets in the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA) and growing apprehension in the forward-looking bond market, warns of more US broad market weakness this week. Introduction In my August 5th article for Forbes I identified an important bearish reversal in market bellwether Amazon.com and said that, considering its status as the 5th largest U.S. stock and positive statistical correlation to the S&P 500, could be the “canary in the coal mine” that helps lead the broad market into an overdue corrective decline. Amazon.com has since declined by 3% and looks vulnerable
How would you like to put in a little work once and then get a steady stream of income forever after? Sound too good to be true? It's not -- this type of arrangement is called "passive income" and is actually quite common. How passive income works Passive income is money that keeps coming in without your having to do any further work. Most types of passive income require you to either make a purchase or put in some work initially, but after that, you don't have to do anything further to keep getting paid. One familiar example of passive income is royalties for authors. An author who writes a popular book may still be selling copies decades later, and receiving royalties on those sales, without
Fast food chain McDonald's said on Monday it planned to shut all 169 of its restaurants in India's northern and eastern regions, escalating a dispute with its local partner and potentially putting thousands of workers out of jobs. The U.S. company said it was "compelled" to take the action because its partner Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt Ltd (CPRL) had breached the terms of their franchise agreements. Vikram Bakshi, managing director of CPRL, told Reuters the decision came as a "big shock" and the company was studying all its legal options.
LOBNYA, Russia (AP) — "Old, fat and ugly" is what Yevgeniya Magurina jokingly calls a group of flight attendants of Russia's flagship airline Aeroflot who she claims have been sidelined in an apparent drive to make the cabin crew younger and more physically attractive. A Moscow court is due to rule on Tuesday in Magurina's lawsuit against Aeroflot in which she maintains she was taken off the sought-after long-haul international flights because of her looks. The flight attendant's claim, which triggered a wave of support as well condemnation, has put the spotlight on how women in modern Russia are still often judged by their physical appearance.
(Lloyd BlankfeinJemal Countess/Getty Images) Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein fired out a cryptic tweet on Monday referencing the solar eclipse. "Wish the moon wasn't the only thing casting a shadow across the country," he tweeted. "We got through one
Gilead Sciences (GILD) has gained 13% during the past three months as investors have started to bet that the beaten-down biotech stock has finally found a bottom. But do you need to buy Gilead now? That seems to be the key debate around Gilead, say Jefferies analyst Michael Yee and team, who ask "whether there is urgency to buy it now." They explain: ...relative increasing interest as biotech has turned more favorable since June and relative growing sense GILD has seen the bottom. Key investor debate is whether there is urgency to have to buy it now vs it's still a little early and perhaps wait for 2018 with more HCV clarity after AbbVie ( ABBV) launches/formulary access and mkt share is more
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) continues to tear up the track, racking up nearly 40% gains since the beginning of the year. As we approach the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone with the launch of the iPhone 8, many expect Apple stock to go deeper into orbit.
With Monsanto Co's latest flagship weed killer, dicamba, banned in Arkansas and under review by U.S. regulators over concerns it can drift in the wind, farmers and weed scientists are also complaining that confusing directions on the label make the product hard to use safely. Dicamba, sold under different brand names by BASF and DuPont , can vaporize under certain conditions and the wind can blow it into nearby crops and other plants. The herbicide can damage or even kill crops that have not been genetically engineered to resist it.
Investors in Chesapeake Energy Corporation CHK need to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately. What is Implied Volatility? Options with high levels of implied volatility suggest that investors in the underlying stocks are expecting a big move in one direction or the other.
There aren’t supposed to be Nazis in the office. A human resource department in corporate America would be highly unlikely to sit back while an employee displayed swastikas on his desk or espoused ideas about racial superiority at the coffee machine. Outside of the office, however, the relationship between corporate codes of conduct and hateful politics is less straightforward. It’s not entirely clear that employees will always be fired for being an after-hours Nazi. Take the recent white-nationalists rallies in Charlottesville, Va., which featured anti-Semitic slogans, Nazi symbols, and an attack on counter-protestors that left one person dead. At least four participants in the rallies have
Oil prices fell nearly 2 percent ahead of monthly contract expiration on Monday, pulling back from last week's rally built on signs the global market is starting to rebalance from chronic oversupply. "Oil prices are experiencing some late summer chop with low trading volume and not much news. U.S. hedge funds and money managers have reduced bets on rising prices in recent weeks, Commodity Futures Trading Commission data showed on Friday.
This represents a rare blow to Buffett, who avoids bidding wars for companies and had swooped in two months ago to buy Oncor after Texas regulators blocked two previous attempts by Energy Future to sell it. Energy Future, which has been in bankruptcy since 2014, had initially planned to seek court approval on Monday for the sale of Oncor to Berkshire for $9 billion over opposition from its biggest creditor, hedge fund Elliott Management Corp. Instead, Energy Future lawyer Chad Husnick told the court the Dallas-based company had decided to "pursue another path" with Sempra because of the value of the bid, a lower break-up fee and, most importantly, support from Elliott.
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices AMD plunged more than 3% in early morning trading Monday, extending what has been a turbulent month for the semiconductor maker and underscoring the recent industry-wide dip in tech stocks. The chaotic week revealed widespread turmoil in the Trump-era GOP, leading some investors to question whether the Republican’s will be able to deliver their pro-growth economic policies on time.
The U.S. stock market is overbought, and the weak seasonal period is upon us. Alibaba (BABA) stock is the one to buy. First and foremost, let me disclose that Alibaba stock is in the model portfolio of ZYX Buy Change Alert of The Arora Report, and there are nice unrealized gains on the stock.
Even as some analysts decry that gold is looking expensive, the rally may be just getting going. In the midst of a tumultuous month in U.S. politics and global security, traders have pushed gold futures to near a nine-month high. But if the history of gold’s relationship with oil is any guide, that surge may last longer than the flare-up in geopolitical tension. The precious metal has rallied 11 percent in 2017 to trade at $1,294.40, compared to a 10 percent slump in crude. That divergence in price may still be going, meaning gold should continue to outperform oil before the 34-month cycle ends, according to a study of past trading patterns for the two assets. “Gold has rallied during the recent
An Altice USA Inc. (ATUS) purchase of Charter Communications Inc. (CHTR) would create a broadband and pay-TV powerhouse, and satisfy Patrick Drahi's desire to expand his U.S. territories. Buying Charter would be prohibitively expensive for Altice, however. It would likely require John Malone, controls 25% of Charter through holdings in Liberty Broadband Corp. and other vehicles, to reduce his influence at the cable operator, which would be a challenge in itself. Snap Co-Founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy Have Lost Billions Since the IPO Altice has a $22 billion market cap, compared to Charter's $100 billion. Following its merger with Time Warner Cable, Charter also has more than $60 billion
Bitcoin Cash prices rose sharply on Sunday, jumping to a record high above the $900-level, amid optimism that faster transactions times will speed up the spread of the cryptocurrency. According to market participants, over half of Bitcoin Cash’s transaction volume was made on trading exchanges in South Korea, such as Bithumb and Coinone. Bitcoin Cash was last at $774.00 by 9:35AM ET (1335GMT), up about 106.4%, or $398.96.
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. (WBA) and Rite Aid Corp. (RAD) are still hoping to avoid another lengthy go-round with the Federal Trade Commission as they seek antitrust approval for the "Plan B" they unveiled after canceling their merger on June 29. On Thursday, Aug. 17, the pharmacy retail chains said they voluntarily pulled and refiled their antitrust notification with the FTC plans for Walgreens to buy 2,186 Rite Aid stores for $5.2 billion. Refiling antitrust an application gives the commission an extra 30 days to review the transaction without issuing a more burdensome second request for information and is a common maneuver when merging parties that believe they can address a few competition
International offshore drilling company SeaDrill Limited SDRL is set to release second-quarter 2017 results before the opening bell on Aug 24. In the last quarter, SeaDrill delivered a positive earnings surprise of 220% on the back of cost-cutting initiatives and strong economic utilization of fleets. The company surpassed estimates in each of the last four quarters with an average positive surprise of 97.13%.
A Los Angeles jury on Monday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a record $417 million to a hospitalized woman who claimed in a lawsuit that the talc in the company's iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for feminine hygiene. The verdict in the lawsuit brought by the California woman, Eva Echeverria, marks the largest sum awarded in a series of talcum powder lawsuit verdicts against Johnson & Johnson in courts around the U.S. Echeverria alleged Johnson & Johnson failed to adequately warn consumers about talcum powder's potential cancer risks.