• SD Senator John Thune; Time to Roll Back Net Neutrality

    SD Senator John Thune; Time to Roll Back Net Neutrality

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    The call for a delay came after New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman revealed on Medium that his office has been investigating "who perpetrated a massive scheme to corrupt the FCC's notice and comment process through the misuse of enormous numbers of real New Yorkers' and other Americans' identities".
  • Featured Stock: United States Steel Corp. (X)

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    The D L Carlson Investment Group Inc holds 27,410 shares with $5.31M value, up from 22,405 last quarter. INCC's SI was 1.11 million shares in December as released by FINRA. It also upped Select Sector Spdr Tr (Put) (XLI) stake by 38,961 shares and now owns 230,000 shares. A company that has a large presence may help ease investor worry, especially in a down market climate.
  • Dialog Semiconductor Expects To Remain Apple's Main Supplier Of PMIC Designs

    Dialog Semiconductor Expects To Remain Apple's Main Supplier Of PMIC Designs

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    Imagination was subsequently sold off in two separate deals. "Apple is obviously not helping Dialog to win this argument with investors". The company's share price has been under pressure since reports emerged that Apple is working on its own power management chip, which could lead to less business for its usual supplier Dialog.
  • Signet Jewelers (NYSE:SIG) Downgraded by Wells Fargo & Company to Market Perform

    Signet Jewelers (NYSE:SIG) Downgraded by Wells Fargo & Company to Market Perform

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    IPG Photonics Corporation (NASDAQ:IPGP) has risen 67.64% since December 3, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 0.97% the S&P500. They set a "neutral" rating and a $60.00 price target for the company. Morgan Stanley upgraded Analog Devices, Inc. The stock has "Buy" rating by Needham on Tuesday, July 18. The rating was downgraded by CL King to "Neutral" on Friday, May 26.
  • Toys R Us to shut four Scottish stores with jobs at risk

    Toys R Us to shut four Scottish stores with jobs at risk

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    The plan involves a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) under which the company will seek creditor approval to reorganise its property portfolio. The firm said it anticipated redundancies among its workforce of 3,200 but did not give a specific number.
  • United States approves Bitcoin derivatives trading on major exchanges

    United States approves Bitcoin derivatives trading on major exchanges

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    The introduction of futures from both Cboe and CME may entice more professional traders and investors to join the cryptocurrency market by shifting transactions onto regulated exchanges. The futures will be cash-settled contracts based on Gemini's auction price for bitcoin, denominated in USA dollars. The bitcoin mania doesn't seem to be losing steam, despite repeated regulatory blows - especially in China - and growing more than tenfold in value from the beginning of this year.
  • Known for Zuckerberg's rivalry twins become 1st bitcoin billionaires

    Known for Zuckerberg's rivalry twins become 1st bitcoin billionaires

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    Cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum , and Lightcoin have seen unprecedented growth in 2017, despite remaining extremely volatile. It hit a new record high of $11,831 on Sunday night according to CoinDesk's bitcoin price index, before dropping sharply and then stabilising on Monday morning.
  • Broadcom nominates 11 new directors for Qualcomm board

    Broadcom nominates 11 new directors for Qualcomm board

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    Chipmaker Broadcom Ltd made its first formal move toward a hostile bid to take over Qualcomm Inc on Monday, laying out a slate of 11 nominees it wants to put on the board of the US semiconductor firm. "Tony" Vinciquerra and Jeffrey W. Henderson. Among the disgruntled shareholders is Paul Singer's Elliott Management, which owns about 4.9% of NXP's outstanding shares.
  • UK Authorities Plan Crackdown on Bitcoin

    UK Authorities Plan Crackdown on Bitcoin

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    But Sir Jon Cunliffe, a deputy governor of the Bank of England, last week said the digital currency was too small to pose a systemic threat to the global economy. He told The Daily Telegraph : "These new forms of exchange are expanding rapidly and we've got to make sure we don't get left behind - that's particularly important in terms of money laundering , terrorism or pure theft".
  • Cinnabon honors National Cookie Day with

    Cinnabon honors National Cookie Day with "Cookie BonBites"

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    Stores and cookie retailers nationwide are offering deals to celebrate. This northeastern chain delivers warm cookies as promptly as pizza, but its National Cookie Day promotion is in-store only. Participating Great American Cookies stores will hand out free cookies to customers with no purchase necessary. Read on to find out where to find deals on National Cookie Day and beyond.
  • Co-op stores to sell food past its 'best before' date for 10p

    Co-op stores to sell food past its 'best before' date for 10p

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    Its joint chief executive Roger Grosvenor said a three-month trial in 14 stores had been successful, with 10p items selling out within hours of being reduced. Although the food will be sold past its best before date, it will be within its safe to use date meaning it is still edible. Customer recycling points and recycling facilities for stores help manage packaging waste, and partnerships between local suppliers in the East of England Co-op's award-winning Sourced Locally range helps local ...
  • Airlines Ban Smart Suitcases, Luggage Over Risk Of Fire

    Airlines Ban Smart Suitcases, Luggage Over Risk Of Fire

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    Brands of smart luggage include Bluesmart ( pictured ), Away, Barracuda, and Motobag. "Smart bags with removable batteries will still be allowed if the battery can be removed on site and taken on board the aircraft with the customer, similar to Delta's policy today requiring customers to place spare lithium-ion batteries in their carry-on luggage".
  • Facebook opens new office in London

    Facebook opens new office in London

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    Facebook opens its new London office on Monday and said it would add 800 more jobs in the capital next year, underlining its commitment to Britain as the country prepares for Brexit. Facebook announced the new investment in November past year, shortly after Google said it was building a new hub in the city that will be able to accommodate more than 7,000 employees in total.
  • Oil producers likely to extend output cut deal till end 2018

    Oil producers likely to extend output cut deal till end 2018

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    The West Texas Intermediate for January delivery increased 96 US cents to settle at 58.36 dollars a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, while Brent crude for February delivery added 1.10 dollars to close at 63.73 dollars a barrel on the London ICE Futures Exchange.
  • Golden Krust CEO Lowell Hawthorne found dead at 57

    Golden Krust CEO Lowell Hawthorne found dead at 57

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    The first Golden Krust store was opened by Hawthorne in 1989 and from there he went on to build his Jamaica beef patty business into a national empire with over 120 restaurants in nine different states. "Look how far he reached", Hawthorne's friend Wayne Muschamb told NY reporters on Saturday. Friend Wayne Muschamb called Hawthorne an inspiration to those in Jamaica.
  • Eagle Capital Management LLC Increases Position in Anadarko Petroleum Corp (APC)

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    It has outperformed by 4.43% the S&P500. Boykin Curry increased its stake in Anadarko Petroleum Corp ( APC ) by 2.65% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Therefore 83% are positive. Anadarko Petroleum Corporation's sales for the past 5 years rolls at -9.60%, exhibiting an EPS growth from quarter-to-quarter at 21.30%.