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Chelsea through to FA Cup quarter-finals with simple victory over Wolves


Not if we lose and have 21 players happy. "If the player wants to ask me, the player knows my door is always open to explain the reason why I make this decision". "At the end of the season we'll see the situation". "I said it before to them". The present is the game against Wolverhampton. The 19-year-old has reportedly demanded £50,000 a week in wages. Read More »

Trump Had Boeing CEO Listen In On Call About Lockheed With General


Bloomberg News reported Thursday that Trump let Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenberg listened in to a call with the chief officer of the F-35 program at the Pentagon. In addition, to keep costs down, the F-35 has been aggressively marketed to US allies worldwide; several countries have already picked up contracts for maintenance and production. Read More »

McMaster uses presidential visit to show support for Trump


Trump's ascendance to the White House marked a rupture in the conventional relationship between unions and politics. This election was considered an important trail as it would show the control trade unions have over the workers, especially after President Donald Trump's win. Read More »

Delta To Bring Back Free Meals On Some Long US Flights


This company shares are -100% up from its target price of $0 and the current market capitalization stands at $38.12B. The most notable deal fares on offer include: Sydney to New York City on Virgin Australia and Delta Airlines from $1068 return, Melbourne to New York City on Delta Airlines from $1190 and Brisbane to New York City on Air China from $1113 return. Read More »

Warren Buffett takes a big bite of Apple


Berkshire owns 57.4 million shares of Apple as of December 31, vs 15.2 million shares three months previously, according to a regulatory filing. Cupertino-based Apple's stock has soared 17 percent this year in its climb to all-time records. Read More »

Aussie Banks Hit Back at Apple Over Mobile Payment Dispute

In the new application, the banks made a decision to eliminate arguments over fees and any other items "the ACCC considered may lead to a public detriment". "This has global implications for the use of NFC on smartphones". "The application seeks permission to jointly negotiate with Apple; this is not an attempt to delay Apple Pay from entering the Australian market". Read More »

Phoenix mom deported after routine immigration check


Her husband, too, is an undocumented immigrant. The mother of two has been living in the United States illegally since the age of 14. Officials warned Mexicans in the be cautious, aware of their rights and to stay in contact with their local consulate. Read More »

BC Edges North Carolina, Notches Second ACC Win


For now, they still sit tied for first in the ACC, and while they have a few problems to solve, coaching isn't one of them. Jim Sumner will be along presently with his take from Cameron. By then, freshman Jayson Tatum was past his rookie nerves. Believe it or not, things got even worse for the Tar Heels after the break as the Eagles rained down a storm of three-pointers inside Carmichael Arena. Read More »

Manulife Financial Corp (MFC) Shares Sold by Zurcher Kantonalbank Zurich Cantonalbank

With Manulife Financial Corporation (NYSE:MFC) shares passing the 70 level, the stock is now considered to be in overbought territory and ripe for a potential pullback. Up 24 cents, or 1.45 per cent, to $16.78 on 5.4 million shares. Several brokerages have weighed in on MFC. RBC Capital Markets reiterated an "outperform" rating and issued a $26.00 target price (up previously from $21.00) on shares of Manulife Financial Corp in a report on Friday, November 11th. Read More »

Shares fall in Thomas Cook as results disappoint


Amid news of the reporting, Thomas Cook plc shares plunged 7.12 percent as of 09.56AM (GMT). Average selling prices across holidays and flights are up 2 %. Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown , said: " Times are tough in the European travel industry and Thomas Cook isn't having the best of it, though the good news is things don't seem to be getting any worse". Read More »

Oil Declines on Speculation US Supply Gains Will Counter OPEC

After surging more than 30% from mid-November to early January, the crude price has wavered in recently as traders weigh up issues ranging from production cuts from OPEC and non-OPEC nations announced in late November, to stronger global economic conditions against renewed U.S. Read More »

Rio Tinto rides commodities recovery to deliver 12% earnings climb

Underlying earnings for the world's second-biggest mining house rose by 12 percent to $5.1 billion, beating analysts' estimates for around $4.87 billion, according to an externally compiled consensus. Rio Tinto Group declared that it has chose to gift the Bunder diamond deposit in India to the state government of Madhya Pradesh, where the mine is located, after the producer stopped work on it a year ago. Read More »

Oil falls after biggest loss in two weeks on rising United States supply

Away from the oil market, gold futures remained above $1,230 an ounce as safe-haven seeking investors continued to bet on the physical market. Despite production cuts out of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and other major crude exporters, oil and energy-related exchange traded funds continue to weaken as USA shale oil producers pick up the slack. Read More »

Hudson's Bay In Preliminary Talks To Take Over Macy's

Last month Macy's slashed its earnings forecast after noting comparable sales, a key metric of retail performance, fell 2.1 per cent in the critical holiday selling period of November and December 2016 combined with the same period a year earlier. Read More »

Snap has officially filed for an IPO


The developers of the popular Snapchat app are continuing their offensive of innovation ahead of an expected IPO float in March with a new update for the company's premiere app set to open up new channels of advertising using augmented or mixed reality. Read More »

Bank of England sharply raises 2017 growth outlook


The Bank's prediction of United Kingdom growth immediately after the European Union referendum was slashed to only 0.8 per cent for this year, but since then it has steadily moved its forecast upwards: first to 1.4 per cent at the MPC's November meeting, followed by another equally big upgrade today. Read More »

Entercom Strikes a Deal to Buy CBS Radio


Existing Entercom shareholders would own the remaining 28% of the combined company. "This agreement is great for shareholders and achieves our previously stated objectives by separating our radio business in the best possible way", said Leslie Moonves, chairman and CEO of CBS . Read More »

Toyota loses the 'World's Biggest Automaker' crown to Volkswagen


U.S. auto giant General Motors (GM) has yet to report its tally next week, but appears unlikely to overtake its two rivals. The news surprised many analysts too, as Volkswagen have had to recall millions of vehicles because of the emissions cheating scandal that the business accepted and later settled in U.S. Read More »

Google remains heart of Alphabet's consistent earnings

The company posted the fourth-quarter earnings per share of $9.36, adjusted and excluding items, on revenues of $26.06 billion. Research company eMarketer estimates that Google is going to reach nearly $61 billion in revenue from search ads this year or almost 59% of the global search ad market. Read More »

Dead serial killer connected to NH cold case murders

He said Evans - not believed to be his real name - fits the criteria for a serial killer and that authorities want to know more about him, because they fear there are other victims. Investigators released new forensic images of the victims, November 17, 2015. Since 1985, New Hampshire law enforcement officials, working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, have been trying to solve the mystery surrounding the deaths of a woman and three children, whose bodies were ... Read More »

Oil Prices Did Something Unusual as Dow Hit 20000


Oil prices edged up on Monday, supported by statements from oil producers over the weekend that an output cut was being successfully implemented, but markets were held back by a surge in drilling that suggested USA production would rise further. Read More »

So It's True: Apple Is Releasing Its Own 'Find My AirPods'


Some customers have more pressing (and trolling) questions for Apple about the new Find My AirPods feature, which they voiced on Twitter . The feature will be integrated within the " Find my iPhone " app which can also play a specially designed sound on either or both AirPods to help a user pinpoint their location. Read More »

Appeals Court Denies Full Hearing in Data Surveillance Case


Microsoft filed to quash the warrant for customer data held in Dublin. Microsoft stated that transparancy is guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. The tech company now believes that customers have the right to know that the government is looking at their information and most importantly that is happening through the company's database. Read More »

Trump's election win costs Paddy Power Betfair £5m


In the fourth quarter, revenue was up 10 per cent to £ 388m from £351m. The Irish firm notes that the total cost of "customer friendly results" was approximately £40m (€46m) in the quarter - before "any benefit from the re-cycling of winnings". Read More »

Families of MH370 victims to lobby Malaysian minister in Australia


Australian transport minister Darren Chester said it was understandable relatives and the search team were disappointed to have no answers nearly three years on. Keen, who leads her own support organization, Aircrash Support Group of Australia, said she had yet to hear from the Malaysian Consulate in Perth, Australia, on whether she would be allowed a one-minute meeting with Liow today or Monday. Read More »

European Central Bank keeps key interest rate on hold


But Draghi was at pains to stress the jump was mainly down to rising oil prices, and that core inflation - which excludes volatile energy and food prices - remained weak. There was a noticeable lull after both its biggest daily rise in decades and two of its heaviest slumps in months against the dollar this week, though its 0.6 percent gain on the euro was its second-biggest in over a month. Read More »

China GDP Climbs 6.8% On Year In Q4

But Beijing's decision to double down on spending to meet its official growth target may have come at a high price, as policymakers will have their hands full this year trying to defuse financial risks created by an explosive growth in debt. Read More »

December retail sales finish 2016 on a high note

As you might expect, online sales grew past year, but the growth rate of 13.2 percent in 2016 is impressive. On Monday, a separate report from First Data Corp., which pulled data from cash registers, indicated similar findings on holiday shopping , with holiday spending up 4.7 percent, and online transactions growing by 12 percent compared to previous year. Read More »

Renault to be investigated over diesel emissions 'cheating'


The Paris prosecutor's office said three investigating judges have opened a judicial inquiry into Renault's emissions controls practices and whether they "made merchandise unsafe for human health". The company's shares were down almost 2.6% in Paris trading at 84.02 euros before USA financial markets opened. Renault was not immediately available for comment. Read More »

Key events in the Takata air bag recall


The criminal resolution with the Japanese air bag maker is said to include a wire fraud charge and a fine ranging from the hundreds of millions of dollars to $ 1 billion , said one of the people, who asked not to be named because the discussions are confidential. Read More »