Busy Philipps just posted about her sunscreen-in-the-eye experience on Instagram, alongside a photo of herself squinting in pain. Here's what to do if you have the same problem.
The Senate Judiciary Committee’s position that the committee itself should vet Christine Blasey Ford’s report of past sexual assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is a straight-up boondoggle. Ford’s insistence on a thorough fact-finding process by an impartial body is spot-on. In fact, the committee’s proposed investigative process demonstrates with jaw-dropping clarity that it does not genuinely believe that preventing sexual misconduct is a real goal worth fighting for.
Despite its explosive gains over the past few weeks, the marijuana industry, in many ways, is still in its infancy. Medical and recreational cannabis sales are forecast to climb to a monstrous $146.4 billion by the end of 2025, according to Grand View Research. First off, the top Canadian pot stocks listed on major U.S. exchanges -- Canopy Growth Corporation (NYSE: CGC), Cronos Group (NASDAQ: CRON), and Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY) -- all sport valuations that seem to suggest that much of this projected upside is already baked in at this point.
Two sheriff deputies left two women to drown in the back of a police transport van in South Carolina on Tuesday when the van was overcome by flood waters from Hurricane Florence, a local ABC affiliate, WPDE reported. The two women were described in news reports as “mental health patients” at Loris Hospital and Waccamaw Center for Mental Health in Horry County, and were on medical transport. The women, who have been identified as 45-year-old Windy Newton, and 43-year-old Nicolette Green, were being transported to McLeod Health, a nearby medical facility.
Other companies scheduled to report earnings include Thor Industries (THO), Steelcase (SCS), and Darden Restaurants (DRI). Speakers include BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Kevin Hassett, former FDIC chair Sheila Bair, Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, and Tinder CEO Elie Seidman, among others.
The first private equity firm focused exclusively on the cannabis industry has spawned three billionaires.Brendan Kennedy, Michael Blue and Christian Groh founded Seattle-based Privateer Holdings Inc. in May 2010 and the firm later invested in Canadian
Warren Buffett and his right-hand Charlie Munger seem sweet on the world's largest company, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). Berkshire also sold some of its position in Phillips 66, Charter Communications, United Airlines, American Airlines, and Wells Fargo. Some of these sales might indicate the investor is moving away from the companies, but others are simply a part of Buffett's plans to keep his ownership below 10% to avoid certain regulatory hurdles.
Traders of Micron Technology Inc. stock options are ready for a bigger-than-usual move in the stock, in either direction, after the memory chip company reports earnings after Thursday’s closing bell. The stock (MU)lost 0.6%, and has tumbled 14% just this month, while a popular chip maker index, the PHLX Semiconductor Index (SOX) has slipped 2.2% in September, while the S&P 500 index (SPX)has inched up 0.2%. Don’t miss: Micron earnings: After a quarter of debate, how bad has the memory market gotten?
Morgan Stanley's Joseph Moore maintained an Underweight rating on AMD with a price target lifted from $11 to $28. Intel argued over the past few years that its process leadership would translate into a sustainable performance advantage across multiple markets, Moore said in a Tuesday note. Intel's ongoing delays in its 10 nm processors are now looking more disruptive for the company than previously assumed, as it is impacting existing roadmaps, Moore said.
JPMorgan slashing its price target today for Facebook, and its cutting profit targets for fiscal year 2019 and 2020. Analysts are concerned about unexpected rising costs and investments, namely security.
Kim Kardashian West might have a future on Wall Street. The reality TV star was gifted shares in five major companies for Christmas last year by her husband Kanye West. The stocks have since soared 40% on average, according to data from Markets Insider.
As expected, software giant Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) announced a dividend increase this week. While Microsoft's fairly low dividend yield means the stock might often get overlooked as a dividend stock, another meaningful annual dividend increase in the books makes the stock a bit more enticing as an investment for generating income. In line with the company's practice of announcing a dividend increase on the third Tuesday of every September, management declared the 9.5% dividend hike after market close on Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Chances are, finding a good sale on the iPhone Xs or iPhone Xs Max when they launch on Friday won’t be possible. WalletHub, a site that ranks and discusses loans and credit cards, has published its 2018 iPhone Savings Report, which found that if you choose the right carrier deal, you could save up to $1,403 over two years with the purchase of your new iPhone. In its study, WalletHub analyzed plans from all four major carriers—AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile—as well as small “prepaid carriers” like Walmart Family Mobile and Boost Mobile.
Offshore drilling companies are benefiting from increasing demand as well as the tighter availability of high-specification, ultra-deepwater rigs, according to Wells Fargo Securities. The Analyst Analyst Judson Bailey upgraded shares of Transocean LTD
CNBC's Mike Santoli and Rebecca Patterson, managing director and CIO at Bessemer Trust, discussed Alibaba CEO Jack Ma's announcement that he will no longer attempt to create up to a million jobs in the United States.
JPMorgan’s JPM board of directors has announced a 42.9% hike in its quarterly dividend. The hike comes as part of the company’s 2018 capital plan which was approved by the Federal Reserve this June. Additionally, JPMorgan’s capital plan includes authorization to repurchase $20.7 billion worth of shares, through the second quarter of 2019.
A bounce in world stocks in relief that the fresh U.S. and Chinese tariffs on reciprocal imports were less harsh than feared continued on Thursday, although investors remained wary about the next steps in the US-Sino trade war. An MSCI index tracking shares in 47 countries rose 0.2 percent, supported by gains in Europe and Asia, but Chinese equities dipped after a rally on bets of government stimulus to limit the economic damage of new trade barriers. Markets were also watching a European Union summit where Prime Minister Theresa May appealed to fellow EU leaders on Wednesday to drop Brexit demands that she said could rip Britain apart.
Some of the most popular tech stocks in the market have performed relatively poorly so far this week. Without major news driving the tech sector lower, some of the stocks may simply be the victim of sector rotation. Strange Trading Action So far this
Of these, easily the most exciting for certain niche chipmakers is the Internet of Things. For those that don’t know, the Internet of Things is the growing world of interconnected household and industrial devices. Everyday products and machines can now be embedded with sensor technology to process data or interact with other electronic devices.
Telecom Briefing: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Vodafone (Continued from Prior Part) AT&T CEO hopes to defeat DOJ appeal The United States Department of Justice (or DOJ) is appealing the judge’s decision to allow AT&T (T) and Time Warner to merge in June
SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR) really wants you to know about that, and yesterday told Reuters -- a day before the official announcement was made -- that its appeal to the U.S. Trade Representative to be exempted from 30% tariffs on imported solar panels has been granted. Partly because SunPower's solar cells and modules are made in Mexico and the Philippines (rather than China, the focus of President Trump's trade war), and partly because they're "highly differentiated IBC cells and modules" rather than "cheap, commoditized imports" (and thus less likely to undercut U.S.-made solar panels on price), SunPower solar products will be permitted to sidestep tariffs that began this year, and will continue to add cost to competitors' products through at least 2021. Hearing this, investors rushed to bid up SunPower stock 15% yesterday, and the buying is continuing today as Wall Street keys into the news -- and begins rewarding SunPower with upgrades and target-price hikes.
* Thailand extends gains to near 4-month closing high * Singapore rises 1.2 pct to two-week closing high * Philippine falls about 1 pct on foreign selling By Sumeet Gaikwad Sept 19 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose
Jack Ma has reneged on a promise to create one million American jobs, citing a breakdown in US-China relations. Ma promised the recruitment drive during a meeting with Mr Trump in January 2017 but made a U-turn amid an ongoing trade war, a move that is certain to rattle President Donald Trump. "The promise was made on the premise of friendly US-China partnership and rational trade relations," Ma told Chinese newspaper Xinhua on Wednesday.
How do your retirement savings measure up to those of others your age? Now, you can find out.The average 401(k) account balance is now $104,000, according to the latest quarterly analysis by Fidelity Investments.The average balance by age, however
In a mere 28 days, on Oct. 17, recreational weed will go on sale in licensed dispensaries, opening the door to what should be billions of dollars in added annual sales, atop what the industry is already generating from medical pot sales and via exports to foreign countries that've legalized medical cannabis. For instance, no pot stock has done better (or even come close, for that matter) than Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY) since its initial public offering on July 19. After pricing its shares at $17, Tilray hit $300 a share in intraday trading on Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Robinhood, the no-fee stock trading app, has been one of the bigger success stories in the fintech space, but the startup is facing problems handling an even hotter trend: the cannabis industry. According to Business Insider, Robinhood notified its users Wednesday morning that it suspended new purchases of shares in Aurora Cannabis, a Canadian marijuana producer listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Aurora shares are also available to trade in the U.S. on the over-the-counter market under the ticker ACBFF.