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  • Vladimir Putin will seek his fourth presidential term

    Vladimir Putin will seek his fourth presidential term

    Putin chose to make the long-expected announcement at the GAZ automobile factory in Nizhny Novgorod, where he found an enthusiastic audience in the plant's blue-collar workers. Putin first became president after Boris Yeltsin sensationally resigned on New Year's Eve 1999. If he extends his rule to 2024, Putin will have led Russian Federation longer than Leonid Brezhnev, who presided over an era of stagnation from 1964 to 1982 and became the target of derision in his later years.

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  • Game Of Thrones Hacker Has Been Caught, Charged, But Cannot Be Arrested

    Game Of Thrones Hacker Has Been Caught, Charged, But Cannot Be Arrested

    Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced the unsealing of an indictment charging a 29-year-old man with offenses carried out against HBO . " HBO is hacked!. Beware of heart Attack!" He allegedly downloaded huge amounts of data, including video files of unreleased episodes of Ballers , Barry, Room 104 , Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Deuce.

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  • Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Unleashed

    Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Unleashed

    Peak horsepower is made at 6,300 rpm, 100 rpm lower than the 650-hp Corvette Z06. It's a boutique approach that in many ways is at odds with the "supercar for the people" strategy Chevy has long taken with the Corvette in general, but it makes a lot of sense for the 2019 ZR1.

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  • Hasbro Makes Bid For Rival Toymaker Mattel

    Hasbro Makes Bid For Rival Toymaker Mattel

    Mattel Inc. ( MAT ) shares soared more than 20% in the extended session Friday following a report that Hasbro Inc. Shares have fallen almost 50% over the year after the company suspended its shareholder dividend and outlined cost-saving measures.

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  • Alibaba's Singles' Day is retail gold

    Alibaba's Singles' Day is retail gold

    That blew well past the $17.8 billion logged over the full 24 hours last year, which itself marked a 32 percent year-on-year increase. On November 11 in China , Alibaba Group Holding's annual shopping festival, Single's Day, recorded $8.6 billion in sales in the first hour with a total of $25.3 billion in sales for the entire day, according to Bloomberg.

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  • Walmart's early Black Friday 2017 sale is live right now

    Walmart's early Black Friday 2017 sale is live right now

    Best Buy , opening at 5 p.m. November 23, kicked off a hearty Black Friday preview sale online through November 12. Retailers are heading into this year's Black Friday with a lot of stuffing at stake: The battle between online stores such as Amazon (AMZN) and brick-and-mortar chains such as Toys "R" Us has intensified.

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  • Winx wins 22nd straight race, taking the Cox Plate 2017

    Winx wins 22nd straight race, taking the Cox Plate 2017

    Directly on the Emirates, Waller added: "Whether she has another run this prep, when she goes overseas - if she goes overseas - it'll all unfold and be pretty obvious I would say". He said Winx would only travel if she was at her peak. Nobody expected it to be this close, but Winx has completed her Ladbrokes Cox Plate (G1) three-peat.

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  • Bloodhound SSC finally runs, breaks 210mph in first runway test ars_ab.settitle(1194765)

    Bloodhound SSC finally runs, breaks 210mph in first runway test ars_ab.settitle(1194765)

    The Bloodhound Supersonic Car (SSC) just completed its first public runs at Cornwall Airport Newquay. They just started to flicker with flame - very sort of Formula One, but in a proper high-speed vehicle. Project leaders say the tests are a huge step towards realising the car's 1,000mph goal since its inception in 2008. "Stopping a slippery, five ton vehicle, running on low-grip aircraft tires, is a challenge within the relatively limited length of the 2.7km runway here, particularly as the ...

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  • Auto suppliers jump on 'WSJ' report on Tesla

    Auto suppliers jump on 'WSJ' report on Tesla

    As Tesla tries to reach Elon Musk's goal of producing 500,000 electric cars annually by the end of 2018, the company needs to expand its ability to actually build those vehicles. The factory is to be set up in Shanghai's free-trade zone. Unless Tesla has its way, the cars manufactured at the plant could be subject to the high tariff rates that are applicable in China .

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  • Larry Page Gives Uber One Billion New Reasons to Hate Lyft

    Larry Page Gives Uber One Billion New Reasons to Hate Lyft

    Alphabet , Google's parent company, has forged a close relationship with Lyft. Reuters in September reported investment talks between the companies. But what was a promising partnership quickly turned rocky as Uber and Google became ostensible competitors in the self-driving and transportation spaces.

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  • Hundreds evacuated as blazes ravage Napa, Sonoma

    Hundreds evacuated as blazes ravage Napa, Sonoma

    In Napa County, Cal Fire says firefighters were battling as many as 10 blazes that forced hundreds of evacuations in the Soda Canyon, Atlas Peak and Patrick Road areas of Napa and in Calistoga. The fire could also be seen from Highway 29. In total, SFGate reports there are now 14 fires burning across eight counties in Northern California , including other fires that were sparked in Butte, Yuba, and Nevada counties.

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  • IEA Boosts Renewable Energy Forecast, but Trump Tax Plan Might Hurt Industry

    IEA Boosts Renewable Energy Forecast, but Trump Tax Plan Might Hurt Industry

    As Dr. Paolo Frankl, one of the lead authors on the report, said on a call to reporters, "In one year, China will install the equivalent of the total history of solar development in Germany". As Bloomberg New Energy Finance founder Michael Liebreich pointed out in a recent presentation, actual renewables growth has for many years outpaced IEA's annual forecasts (check out pages 54-74 of this document ).

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  • Tesco resumes dividend as investors hail 'turnaround'

    Tesco resumes dividend as investors hail 'turnaround'

    In recent days, Tesco has not been the favourite of many City analysts either, with Credit Suisse warning that it remains most at risk of the big four United Kingdom supermarkets from the continuing rise of discounters Aldi and Lidl, while Berenberg said that Tesco investment case hung on margin recovery in the United Kingdom business that looks challenging given the structural and competitive pressures in the market.

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  • Were Analysts Bullish Galliford Try plc (LON:GFRD) This Week?

    Were Analysts Bullish Galliford Try plc (LON:GFRD) This Week?

    As per Wednesday, September 14, the company rating was maintained by Canaccord Genuity. BMO Capital Markets has "Buy" rating and $1100 target. The firm earned "Neutral" rating on Wednesday, February 10 by JP Morgan. Sei Investments stated it has 0% in Financial Engines Inc (NASDAQ:FNGN). Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo And Co Lc reported 10,800 shares stake. Manufacturers Life The holds 0.02% or 92,112 shares.

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  • BT Group PLC (BT) Earns

    BT Group PLC (BT) Earns "Outperform" Rating from Macquarie

    Therefore 64% are positive. 3i Group PLC had 57 analyst reports since July 30, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. In general, if the reading goes above -20, the stock may be considered to be overbought. Since May 15, 2017, it had 1 insider buy, and 0 sales for $59,852 activity. Traders tracking this signal may be contemplating a possible sell at current levels.

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