The second American with Ebola has arrived in Atlanta, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Critical information for the U.S. trading dayBloomberg NewsKyle Bass says this market resembles the 1987 debacle on steriods. The stock market may never go down again. To mark the occasion, Pension Partner’s Charlie Bilello, the originator of that opening comment, went on a bit of a tweetstorm.
Sam Ponder is calling out Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy for an abusive blog post he wrote about her in 2014. Ponder, who hosts Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN, first mistakenly attributed the 2014 post to the sports blogger Dan “Big Cat” Katz, who is partnering with the network on a new show that premieres Tuesday night.
After Sophie Turner announced her engagement to DNCE frontman Joe Jonas on Sunday, Maisie Williams took to Instagram to congratulate her longtime best friend. Williams re-posted the photo that both Turner and Jonas had shared of Turner’s newly blinged-out hand resting on top of Jonas’s with a caption expressing her excitement over the news. “Congratulations to my beautiful girlfriend on her engagement,” Williams wrote.
It's where you'll find Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE: EPD), Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (NYSE: MMP), and ONEOK, Inc. (NYSE: OKE), three stocks with 5% or more yields that you just might want to buy. Enterprise has a market cap of nearly $57 billion. For example, Enterprise has a lot of opportunities to invest in its business and can shift spending around to where it can be best put to work.
It took 107 pages for a Kentucky court to explain a ruling that bans any farm-machinery maker except Deere & Co. from using green in combination with yellow for their equipment. The court on Tuesday found in favor of Deere DE, +0.40% in a suit aimed at protecting the company’s trademark coloring and brand. The decision bans Fimco Inc., a South Dakota company that makes agricultural sprayers under the Ag Spray Equipment brand name, from painting them green and yellow. The ruling comes after a one-week trial that took place in June. Deere argued that Fimco’s use of the same hues confused the public about where its products came from and diluted the value of the Deere brand. “The court ruled that
There’s no doubt Ariana Grande has an impressive voice. After an online comic resurfaced the cover of Grande’s 2014 album My Everything — which is a photo of the beloved vocalist posing precariously atop a tiny stool — he made an ill-fated attempt to recreate the look. “I’ve done the research and there’s no way her a– is sitting on that stool,” Twitter user Jesse McLaren insisted with his photos.
Sen. John Kennedy, (R-LA), on President Trump pushing the Senate to move on tax reform and his tweet on health care and Lamar Alexander.
As Chinese leader Xi Jinping delivered his three-plus-hour speech at the Communist Party congress, delegates ranging from men in suits to military officers and former presidents dutifully turned every page as they read and listened to his words. On the internet, government bureaus peppered social media with their favourite phrases from Xi's speech, while photos circulated of children watching Wednesday's congress in classrooms. The carefully orchestrated address was in keeping with the cult of personality that state media have crafted around the Chinese leader, who is expected to consolidate his already formidable power at the week-long conclave.
As investors get more confident about the latest leg of the stock market rally, one Wall Street strategist is growing more concerned. "This is kind of how bull markets end," Savita Subramanian, equity and quant strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, told CNBC during an interview Tuesday. Indeed, the run that began in March 2009 often has been declared "the most hated bull market in history," due largely to the lack of investor participation.
The body of a 6-year-old-boy was found in a dumpster Tuesday, a day after he was reported missing to authorities in the Seattle metropolitan area. Authorities said the child, identified as Dayvid Pakko, had been drowned in a bathtub by a 19-year-old male relative in Lynnwood, Wash., according to the Seattle Times. The relative, who remains unidentified, has been taken into custody, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s office said. “There is evidence that the boy was a victim of homicide,” a spokesperson from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s office said, according to the Times.
Donald Trump‘s net worth has taken a nosedive since he turned to politics, according to Forbes. The magazine’s venerable list of the country’s 400 richest people ranks the president at #248, dropping an astonishing 92 spots from last year. The publication
Fashion designer Donna Karan is "apologetic from the bottom of my heart" and embarrassed about "stupid" remarks she made last week that suggested sexual harassment victims were "asking for it" by the way they dressed.
London Center for Policy Research President Tony Shaffer on the Obama administration approving a deal to allow Russia to purchase American uranium reserves, while the FBI simultaneously discovered a Russian bribery plot.
Not so Gregg Popovich, the coach of the San Antonio Spurs, who has been loudly and vigorously calling out US president Donald Trump for months now. Yesterday he called a reporter at The Nation, the progressive weekly, to excoriate Trump for claiming that other US presidents didn’t call the families of service members killed in action. “This man in the Oval Office is a soulless coward who thinks that he can only become large by belittling others,” Popovich said.
Last week there was a lot of stock market excitement regarding WalMart. After a “favorable” earnings report analysts turned bullish and the stock jumped 4% in one day, WMT’s biggest rally in over a year, making it a big short-term winner. But the leadership signals indicate WalMart is probably not the best place to put your money. WalMart has limited growth plans WalMart is growing about 3%/year. But leadership acknowledged it was not growing its traditional business in the USA, and only has plans to open 25 stores in the next year. It hopes to add about 225 internationally, predominantly in Mexico and China, but unfortunately those markets have been tough places for WalMart to grow share
The news that General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) CFO Jeff Bornstein will leave at the end of the year caught the market by surprise. While the Bornstein announcement could be couched in terms of a natural succession, it's worth noting that when John Flannery was moved up to CEO, Bornstein was also promoted to vice chairman.
Coming out of the last recession, Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) was very good to its investors. Starting at a low below $2 in the darkest days of the economic crisis, Ford found its sales surging as buyers returned to showrooms. Ford seems reenergized under new CEO Jim Hackett, and is already making the changes needed to get its bottom line back on a growth path -- now and in the future.
Researchers on Monday announced that they had found a gaping security hole in WPA2, one of the most popular Wi-Fi communications encryption standards. Almost every company that included wireless capability in their devices or software needs to issue an update, as this exhaustive list compiled by the government-sponsored U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team indicates. The list includes links that will be updated to each company’s patches or recommended fixes.
By Allison Lampert and Tim Hepher MONTREAL/TOULOUSE, France (Reuters) - Boeing Co said on Tuesday that Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets could still be hit with high U.S. import duties, even if they are assembled in Alabama through an industry-changing deal with Airbus. The deal announced on Monday gives Airbus a majority stake in Bombardier's troubled CSeries jetliner program, securing the plane's future and giving the Canadian firm a possible way out of a damaging trade dispute with Boeing, in which the U.S. Commerce Department has threatened to impose a 300 percent import duties. Boeing said that the announced deal has no effect on the pending U.S. Department of Commerce proceedings.
It doesn’t take an experienced technical analyst to see that Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) stock is running into resistance. Twice this year, AMD stock has made a run past $15 only to hit a wall. AMD stock has earned every bit of its 600%+ run from early 2016 lows.
Family members of Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed in an ambush in Niger this month, have launched a GoFundMe campaign raising money to send the soldier’s children to college. In a phone call on Tuesday, President Donald Trump told Johnson’s widow that her husband “knew what he signed up for,” according to Democratic Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson, who said she heard part of the conversation on speakerphone. In a tweet Wednesday morning, Trump said Wilson had “totally fabricated” what he said.
In addition to recalling his more than two decades of Navy service and his imprisonment in a Vietnam prisoner of war camp, McCain took a moment to go a step further than the night’s other speakers, who lamented what many described as a fractured political climate. McCain, who is battling brain cancer, told reporters Tuesday morning that he has had tougher fights, and then smiled. Trump said in the radio interview that McCain voted against Republican efforts to dismantle Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Fuller House were voraciously consumed by users upon their release, giving birth to a new term: “Binge racer.” That’s a Netflix term for someone who watches the entire run of new shows within 24 hours. To provide a little transparency into its users, Netflix has revealed which shows were among the most binge-raced by viewers. Rounding out the top 10 were Santa Clarita Diet, Trailer Park Boys, F is for Family, Orange is the New Black, and Stranger Things.
Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) stock is stuck in no-man’s land. Since 2016, XOM stock has pretty much just bounced around in the 80s. It has been a sell when it has hit $90 and a buy when it breaks below $80. Source: Mike Mozart via Flickr (Modified
President Donald Trump held a press conference Monday at the White House with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, where the President took questions for nearly forty minutes on a huge range of topics. Trump weighed in on everything from the current crisis to Puerto Rico (he said that the island has more generators than anywhere else in the world, but did not provide statistics), whether he is considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller (he’s not), and his plans to call the families of the U.S. soldiers recently killed in an attack in Niger. TRUMP: We are probably now — despite what we read, we are probably now, I think — as least as far as I’m concerned — closer than ever before.