Lincoln's Cowley masterminds seismic Cup shock at Burnley

19 Feb, 2017

Raggett scored the dramatic victor with an 89th-minute header that Clarets goalkeeper Tom Heaton could only push away once it had crossed the line, sending the travelling Imps fans into delirium. Target man Matt Rhead dropped deeper into the midfield to play a supportive role in getting the ball to the running Muldoon. However he denied the claims, pointing to an earlier incident when Lincoln's Terry Hawkridge went to ground easily.


Antitrust rulings put chill on health insurance mergers

16 Feb, 2017

Cigna also filed a complaint against Anthem, seeking a $1.85 billion termination fee and additional damages of approximately $13 billion or more. Aetna Inc says that it will be paying the $1 billion termination fee, $630 million after tax, to Humana Inc for the merger fail.


Sensex falls over 38 points despite positive economic data

16 Feb, 2017

Of the 30-share Sensex pack, 18 scrips ended lower while the remaining 12 firmed up. Among the BSE sectoral indices, IT rose by 0.86% followed by Teck (0.67%), Power (0.37%), Metal (0.31%) and Bankex (0.14%). The index was up 0.3 per cent early on Wednesday. Market breadth was negative with 688 advances against 2,005 declines. Broader markets are also erasing gains after budget rally.


China factory-gate inflation up for fifth straight month

16 Feb, 2017

Inflation at the USA wholesale level posted the biggest increase in January since 2012, propelled by rising gasoline prices. The Bank of England forecast earlier this month that inflation will rise above 2.7 percent in around a year's time as Britain's vote to leave the European Union pushes up the cost of imports.


Seahawks warned on Richard Sherman injury reporting, won't face further punishment

15 Feb, 2017

The report states the violation was determined to be a result of a misinterpretation of the rules, which explains the team getting away with just a warning. "I'm feeling like I screwed that up with not telling you that", Carroll said. After the regular season ended, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll revealed that Sherman had been dealing with a medial collateral ligament injury, but it wasn't listed on any of the team's injury reports.


DuPont to settle PFOA lawsuits for $670 million

14 Feb, 2017

Analysts at CreditSights said they were expecting a $200M-$400M settlement, with DuPont paying part of the total but with DuPont paying half, the firm says the net liability for Chemours is within expectations; "for Chemours , the settlement is manageable and significantly less than many investors were modeling in", CreditSights says.


Mead Johnson Nutrition Company (NYSE:MJN)

11 Feb, 2017

The deal should add to Reckitt's earnings in the first full year after completion and by the third year it is expected to boost earnings per share by a double-digit percentage, with 200 million pounds of annual cost savings. Brand, quality and innovation are increasingly important differentiators in the category. Reckitt Benckiser's products are household names in the United Kingdom and Europe, but its $16 billion takeover of Mead Johnson will allow it to expand its business into Asia.


6 exciting revelations about Star Wars Lands coming to Disney parks

09 Feb, 2017

Therefore, stock prices are sometime established based on the expectations that prospective investors have for the future earnings power of the firm. DIS was 1.28% to $107.61 in after-hours trading shortly after its earnings report was released.


Utah now ranks 14th nationally in solar industry jobs

09 Feb, 2017

Lots of people are installing solar panels, but no one is making new coal plants - or rather, nearly no one. Another figure that provides an easy selling point to Republicans: Veterans made up 9 percent of solar workers a year ago, compared to 7 percent in the overall USA workforce.


Australian dollar pops as RBA makes positive sounds on the economy

08 Feb, 2017

Australia has enjoyed an unexpected jump in iron ore and coal prices that boosts national income, though a concurrent strengthening of the currency is a hindrance for the services sector. "Headline inflation rates have moved higher in most countries, partly reflecting the higher commodity prices", it said. "Australian house prices have been so strong, and the impact from lowering rates further, if it was deemed to be having an impact on pushing house prices higher, would be an unsavoury ...


Record 1.4 tonnes of cocaine seized

07 Feb, 2017

It stemmed from intelligence received by the AFP from the NZCS in 2014 about a conspiracy to import a commercial quantity of border-controlled drugs into Australia. He confirmed the bust was the largest drug haul in New Zealand history and praised the New Zealand Customs officers who worked on the operation for their "really tenacious thorough work".


Bernie Sanders Knows He's Menswear's New Fashion Icon

07 Feb, 2017

Tapper had pointed out that a study from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government found that some community banks were having trouble complying with the law. "But I think he's going to sell out the middle class and the working class of this country". Tapper said Sanders had warned during the campaign that Trump would pull this switcheroo, but a lot of his supporters apparently believed Trump was honest and voted for him over Hillary Clinton, who Sanders had accused of too-close ties to Wall ...


GoPro is tanking after fourth quarter earnings miss

06 Feb, 2017

However, GoPro's sales fell nearly 24 percent from a year ago, to $540.6 million. Chief Executive Officer Nick Woodman had been betting on Karma and the new Hero5 cameras to revitalize demand and the company's flagging share price. San Mateo, California-based GoPro is transitioning to focus on more realistic visions. There have also been some management shake-ups, including the departure of Tony Bates, who joined GoPro as President in 2014.


Police crack down on drunk drivers for Super Bowl weekend

05 Feb, 2017

That's why law enforcement agencies will be patrolling all roadways to catch any impaired drivers. "If you plan to drink alcohol, make sure you have a good plan to ensure a safe return trip. A DUI arrest can result in severe legal and financial consequences. Penalties increase for repeat offenders. Authorities urged people who plan to drive to refrain from any alcohol and to be aware of possible drug impairment.


PM of Malta: EU concerned about some decisions by US Admin.

05 Feb, 2017

Prime Minister Theresa May will brief other European Union leaders about her visit to meet Trump, including a reminder that EU states need to deliver on their North Atlantic Treaty Organisation commitments to defence spending. President Trump has not been shy in his critique of the European Union, perhaps targeting Germany more than any other member state. "A lot of Europeans see this as, essentially, the United Kingdom trying to use the deal to blackmail the EU into giving lots of ...


Oil edges up on threat of USA issuing new Iran sanctions

05 Feb, 2017

He also attributed the climb to bullish production data. Novak said Russian companies may cut oil production quicker than had been initially agreed with OPEC and added that he expected the market to rebalance by the middle of this year.


Markit: UK services PMI falls for first time in four months

04 Feb, 2017

Sterling's depreciation since June's Brexit vote has pushed costs in the sector up to their highest since March 2011. The latest Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers' Index survey gave a reading of 54.5 last month. "The degree to which costs are rising threatens to test the tolerance of some policymakers [at the Bank of England] in terms of their willingness to "look through" what's likely to be a marked upturn in inflation in 2017", said Chris Williamson, chief business economist at IHS Markit.


Australia-US refugee deal remains alive

03 Feb, 2017

At nearly 11pm the same evening after the Washington Post report surfaced, Mr Trump took to twitter to vent his anger, saying he will review the " dumb deal " to take hundreds of Australian asylum seekers. " Malcolm Turnbull came out and said it was fixed". But before we get into the gory details of the phone call let's look at what's been going on between the countries since Trump took office.


Sanctions Eased On Russia's Federal Security Service

03 Feb, 2017

Head over here for more details on the sanctions decision . During a brief background call with reporters, a senior Treasury official said the department's Office of Foreign Asset Control, which oversees sanctions, had begun to get complaints from us companies on December 30, and that the change covered mostly consumer devices and consumer software.


Indian workers in United States are frantically looking for jobs back home

02 Feb, 2017

The H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows U.S. companies to employ foreign workers in speciality occupations that require theoretical or technical expertise in specialised fields. Trump's nominee for attorney general, Sen. While many have termed the bill "disappointing" in the Indian context, C.P. Gurnani, MD & CEO of Tech Mahindra, is hopeful that things will improve once Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets US President Donald Trump around mid-2017.


Trump Muslim ban: Lawyers blocked from helping detainees

02 Feb, 2017

Elizabeth Foydel, policy counsel for the New York-based International Refugee Assistance Project, said lawyers continue scrambling around the country to ensure that Homeland Security is abiding by a ruling issued by a NY federal judge prohibiting the government from deporting anybody under Trump's order.


ACLU raises more than $24 million in donations over the weekend

01 Feb, 2017

The main ACLU is a 501 (c)(4), which means donations made to it are not tax deductible-though you do get a nifty membership card if you donate there. Money came in from people who had never donated before and from big names in Hollywood, who Tweeted that they would match donations up to tens of thousands of dollars.


Rally planned at Orlando International Airport to support immigrant rights

30 Jan, 2017

An American Civil Liberties Union official says three people detained overnight after being stopped upon arrival at Philadelphia International Airport have been allowed to continue to other USA destinations following a judge's order on President Donald Trump's travel ban.


TransCanada Corp. files new permit application for Keystone XL

28 Jan, 2017

On Wednesday, Mr. Girling told an audience at the CIBC Whistler Institutional Investor Conference that the company has only just re-engaged with potential shippers to see if they're still interested in committing to the project. "Assuming that regulatory hurdle can be overcome, it becomes a question now of economics for TransCanada and whether or not the pipeline can be shown to generate the kind of returns that TransCanada would expect", he said.


Ohio, US win round in Aetna-Humana merger

26 Jan, 2017

The Court concludes that the merger is likely to substantially lessen competition on the exchanges in the three counties in Florida where Aetna is likely to compete in the future. The lawsuit challenging the merger was brought on behalf of the Justice Department, which argued the sale would hurt competition in the market for Medicare Advantage insurance coverage.


OPEC, Russia 'Ahead Of Schedule' On Oil Output Cuts

23 Jan, 2017

Novak said that his country, which committed to the largest cut of 300,000 barrels a day, already had achieved trimmed production by 100,000 barrels - double its projected target of 50,000 barrels by late January. "We are doing our best to maximize participation in the fulfillment of the agreement". It expressed satisfaction over compliance with the agreement on cutting oil production to stabilize oil market.


Brexit latest: United Kingdom retail sales fall sharply in December

21 Jan, 2017

According to the latest retail sales report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the total value of furniture and lighting sales slowed to 1.3% in December 2016, down from 5.2% in November. "This is likely to be the theme for the rest of the year - higher prices will reduce disposable income and hurt consumer spending growth". The results also reveal the store prices are beginning to rise as inflation hits the shelves, a likely contributing factor to the decrease in sales volumes ...


Asian stocks mixed as investors warily await Trump

19 Jan, 2017

As the dollar weakens, a safe-haven bid is going into Treasury bonds, pushing down yields, and thus, the main reasons folks have been piling into these stocks. Trump can influence its value somewhat by making statements that shape investor expectations - as he did in the last week. Oil prices were locked in a tight range, with benchmark Brent futures steady at $55.67 per barrel as a decline in the dollar offset forecasts that USA and Russian producers would boost output later this year.


Bertelsmann says open to raising Penguin Random House stake

19 Jan, 2017

The company sees 2017 operating profit between £570 million and £630 million, driving adjusted earnings per share of between 48.5 pence and 55.5 pence. One way it will do this is to be more competitive in the courseware rental market and the publisher plans to reduce e-book rental prices by up to 50% across 2,000 titles - "making digital rental the best option for price-conscious students".


Tom Price nomination: Trump pick accused of insider trading

18 Jan, 2017

House records reveal that in March of past year, Price purchased between $1,001 and $15,000 worth of stock in the Indiana-based medical device device maker Zimmer Biomet, CNN reports . Days later, he introduced legislation to the House of Representatives that would have delayed a regulation that could have ultimately damaged the company, CNN said.



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