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Business TV crew attempts to pass fake bomb through airport security
Author: 0 TV crew attempts to pass fake bomb through airport security

A law enforcement official, under the condition of anonymity, said the team was filming for CNBC news channel. "At least seven individuals have been arrested by Port Authority Police after Transportation Security Administration ( TSA ) officers detected a suspicious item in a carry-on bag", TSA said in a statement .

Business How an immigrant to Canada helped Donald Trump prove his mental health
Author: 0 How an immigrant to Canada helped Donald Trump prove his mental health

He had a - so technically, he has nonclinical atherosclerotic coronary - coronary atherosclerosis", Jackson said. He gets plenty of exercise on the golf course and at the White House complex, the President said on Wednesday. In an interview promoting the book, Wolff has said that within the president's inner circle, discussion of removing him via the 25th Amendment is "alive every day".

Business Philadelphia Among 20 Finalist For Amazon 2nd Headquarters
Author: 0 Philadelphia Among 20 Finalist For Amazon 2nd Headquarters

Amazon evaluated each of the proposals based on the criteria outlined in the RFP to create the list of 20 HQ2 candidates that will continue in the selection process. With more than 540,000 employees worldwide, Amazon ranks #1 on Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies, #2 in Fortune's World Most Admired Companies, #1 on The Harris Poll's Corporate Reputation survey, and #2 on LinkedIn's US most desirable companies list.

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Author: 0 "Hafiz Saeed should be prosecuted", says US State Department spokesperson

Saeed, the mastermind of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, was released from house arrest in November a year ago, after the Lahore High Court rejected the Punjab government's plea seeking a three-month extension on his detention. She did say that the United States government was expecting the Pakistani government to curb the terrorism in their state and outside too. Another official said: "We have told them clearly that the law does not allow keeping him behind bars for no reason and no ...

Business Who's affected by shutdown: By the numbers
Author: 0 Who's affected by shutdown: By the numbers

Zuhlke said. Led to longer shutdown a month later. "If Leader McConnell chooses to shut the government down, we must make sure that members of the military are still paid and members of Congress are not". The official, who was not authorized to publicly discuss the matter and spoke on condition of anonymity, said employees that are considered essential and have to work will do so with no expectation of a regular paycheck.

Business Were Analysts Bullish Safestore Holdings plc (LON:SAFE) This Week?
Author: 0 Were Analysts Bullish Safestore Holdings plc (LON:SAFE) This Week?

Psychemedics Corporation (PMD) has risen 66.72% since January 19, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 1.89% the S&P500. Among 8 analysts covering Safestore Holdings PLC ( LON:SAFE ), 6 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 2 Hold. Federal Signal Corp now has $1.23B valuation. (NASDAQ:MNTA) to report earnings on February, 20. Since January 1, 0001, it had 0 insider buys, and 1 insider sale for $154,029 activity.

Business Goldman Sachs exec's employee charged in $1M wine theft
Author: 0 Goldman Sachs exec's employee charged in $1M wine theft

Nicolas De-Meyer, 40, of NY, who had previously served as a personal assistant to Goldman Sachs co-president David Solomon, was arrested on Tuesday at Los Angeles International Airport. De-Meyer stole the Romanee-Conti wine in October 2016 from his boss's Manhattan apartment, the indictment said. Prosecutors charged Nicolas DeMeyer, his personal assistant, with interstate transportation of the stolen wine, and said DeMeyer is in custody in California.

Business Snap reportedly lays off two dozen employees
Author: 0 Snap reportedly lays off two dozen employees

O'Sullivan noted that as a publicly traded company, leaked information about Snap could heavily affect stock prices. In a memo to employees sent on January 8, one day before The Daily Beast published a trove of leaked user metrics, general counsel O'Sullivan said that leaking confidential information could lead to the government putting "you in jail".

Business British retail sales slide in December, capping tough year for consumers
Author: 0 British retail sales slide in December, capping tough year for consumers

British shop sales slid by much more than expected in December, capping off the weakest year for retail since 2013 as consumers squeezed by high inflation continued to keep a tight grip on spending. As a result, retail sales will contribute nearly nothing to economic growth in the last three months of 2017. For 2017 as a whole, the quantity bought increased by 1.9%, which was the lowest annual growth since 2013.

Business Peugeot will electrify all models by 2025, planning return to the US
Author: 0 Peugeot will electrify all models by 2025, planning return to the US

To add to the growing "me too" list of auto manufacturers claiming that they will be transitioning to an entirely (or almost entirely) electrified model lineup over the coming years, the CEO of Peugeot SA, Carlos Tavares, has now revealed that all new PSA Group vehicles will be electrified by 2025.

Business Lloyds aid for Carillion firms
Author: 0 Lloyds aid for Carillion firms

The group will meet later on Thursday to review the impact of the crisis caused by the construction giant going into liquidation. Afterwards, Mike Cherry, from the Federation of Small Businesses, said the amount pledged was unlikely to be enough to sufficiently recompense most contractors.

Business EC Disqualifies 20 AAP MLAs for Holding Office of Profit
Author: 0 EC Disqualifies 20 AAP MLAs for Holding Office of Profit

Bharadwaj. "This is taking vendetta to next level", he said. Earlier in the day, the Election Commission recommended to President Ram Nath Kovind the disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs for allegedly holding office of profit . "The MLAs and Ministers enjoying perks of power and foreign travel-Where is political probity?", Congress leader Ajay Maken tweeted. While some felt he should have disposed off the case long ago, others felt he should have at least given the AAP notice before handing ...

Business To Fight Rising Generic Drug Prices, Hospitals Form New Drug Company
Author: 0 To Fight Rising Generic Drug Prices, Hospitals Form New Drug Company

Intermountain Healthcare said on Thursday it was working with three other large US -based hospital systems including Ascension, SSM Health, and Trinity Health, to form a new FDA approved manufacturing company. Dr. Schulman has studied the generic drug market and is advising the effort. "It's an ambitious plan", Intermountain Healthcare CEO Dr. Marc Harrison said in a statement.

Business LA Times gets union, loses publisher
Author: 0 LA Times gets union, loses publisher

The results were made official on Friday morning by the National Labor Relations Board: 248 yes votes to 44 votes against. The formation of the union at the Times comes after months of public posturing from newsroom leadership and pro-union employees, which both waged campaigns to bring staffers over to their side.

Business Emirates A380 orders allow Airbus to maintain minimum production - COO
Author: 0 Emirates A380 orders allow Airbus to maintain minimum production - COO

A key official of Airbus has reported that Emirates is a single airline, which has the capability of committing nearly six airplanes yearly and has done so for almost eight to ten years. the beauty of this aircraft is that the technology and real estate on board gives us plenty of room to do something different with the interiors". But the A380 has been a disappointment for Airbus.

Business Bitcoin skids as traders worry that Korea will crack down
Author: 0 Bitcoin skids as traders worry that Korea will crack down

South Korea announced a few days that they were seeking out ways to regulate cryptocurrencies, with rumors of an outright ban. The high demand from South Koreans has created what investors call a "kimchi premium", which is the extra price the South Koreans have to pay to buy cryptocurrencies.

Business OnePlus Credit Card Breach: 40000 customers' details stolen
Author: 0 OnePlus Credit Card Breach: 40000 customers' details stolen

Talking about the affected users, those who entered their credit card info on oneplus .net between mid-November 2017 and January 11, 2018, may be affected. OnePlus has been working with a third-party security firm to look into how the apparent security breach occurred. OnePlus is suggesting that all recent customers check their card statements and report any signs of possible fraudulent activity directly to their bank.

Business Facebook to rank news outlets by trustworthiness
Author: 0 Facebook to rank news outlets by trustworthiness

A former Facebook manager recently spoke to NBC News and said that the company is only interested in growing its influence and making money. Last week, Facebook said it was tweaking its News Feed algorithm so that public content from brands would receive less priority than posts by users' friends and family.

Business S&P, Nasdaq hit records, Dow muted as govt shutdown looms
Author: 0 S&P, Nasdaq hit records, Dow muted as govt shutdown looms

The Nasdaq Composite was up 47.98 points, or +0.66%, at 7,309.97. The firm owned 2,273 shares of the exchange traded fund's stock after selling 409 shares during the quarter. Diversified Portfolios Inc. bought a new stake in shares of SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF in the 4th quarter valued at about $202,000. "To the market, it's not changing the value of any stocks".

Author: 0 Shedding Light On Growth Forecasts For Kite Realty Group Trust (NYSE:KRG)

It has outperformed by 7.20% the S&P500. Archford Capital Strategies Llc decreased Digital Rlty Tr Inc Com (DLR) stake by 95.36% reported in 2017Q3 SEC filing. Voya Investment Management Limited Liability Company has 180,357 shares. The XETRA listed company saw a recent bid of $9.27 on 27393 volume. State Of Alaska Department Of Revenue holds 0.12% of its portfolio in Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN) for 134,190 shares.

Business Oil Prices Fall After US Output Rises
Author: 0 Oil Prices Fall After US Output Rises

Crude production of 9.9 million barrels per day in the U.S. was now at the highest level in almost 50 years, "putting it neck-and-neck with Saudi Arabia , the world's second largest crude producer after Russian Federation", the IEA said. What we can do, what we should do, in my estimation, is to tax the use of imported oil and natural gas in the United States and not tax the use of our own oil and natural gas.

Business Bitcoin plunges beneath $12000 to six-week low over crackdown fears
Author: 0 Bitcoin plunges beneath $12000 to six-week low over crackdown fears

Bitcoin, despite some stabilization in late USA trading, was half its record peak of nearly $20,000 set on the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange a month ago. Marc Singer, an adviser at Singer Xenos in Miami, noted bitcoin fell 93 per cent in value over a five-month period in 2011. Cryptocurrency markets are notoriously volatile, but because South Korean investors are so influential, Park's buzzkill comments contributed to a global sell-off.

Business Amazon Prime monthly subscription increasing to $12.99
Author: 0 Amazon Prime monthly subscription increasing to $12.99

In a statement , Amazon points to its expansion of free two-day shipping items and free delivery options, as well as its growing streaming service. Amazon Prime just got more expensive for some of its members. Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN ) will increase the monthly price of Amazon Prime from $10.99 to $12.99, an 18% increase, according to Recode .

Business Dustin Johnson in Abu Dhabi par-3 contest
Author: 0 Dustin Johnson in Abu Dhabi par-3 contest

He was five strokes behind Pieters, who was already in the clubhouse at 12-underr 132 after a 65, when his eagle on 18 cut it to three. Three of Pieters' EurAsia Cup team-mates from last week's European victory over Asia were tied for third, with France's Alex Levy, England's Ross Fisher and defending champion Tommy Fleetwood all on ten under par.

Business HSBC to Pay $101.5 million to resolve federal fraud charges
Author: 0 HSBC to Pay $101.5 million to resolve federal fraud charges

HSBC noted that the payment reflected a 15-percent reduction in the fine amount in recognition of the bank's cooperation during the investigation as well as its "extensive remediation". "Today's agreement represents that the financial services company, HSBC Holdings, is responsible for the conduct of its employees, and that it must not be permitted to benefit from the fraud committed by bank personnel", said Inspector General Lerner.

Business Alberta government guarantees 20 years of oil for Keystone XL pipeline
Author: 0 Alberta government guarantees 20 years of oil for Keystone XL pipeline

The company said construction preparation has started and will increase as the permitting process advances throughout this year, with primary construction now expected to begin in 2019 rather than mid 2018. The limits on oil export capacity has exacerbated the discount that Canadian oil producers are forced to accept for their crude relative to West Texas Intermediate, which also hurts the royalty payments Alberta's government collects from the industry.

Business Mulvaney requests 'zero' money for CFPB
Author: 0 Mulvaney requests 'zero' money for CFPB

The $145 million budget estimate is roughly equal to what Richard Cordray , who was appointed by Obama as the first permanent director of the bureau, requested for the CFPB in the second quarter of 2017. The move by Mulvaney, a vocal agency critic who is also is Trump's budget chief, has spurred concerns among consumer advocates that a tighter budget could make the agency less effective at protecting consumers from fraud, predatory loans and other abuse by banks and financial firms.

Author: 0 Dow has first close above 26000 points

The Standard & Poor's 500 rose 26 points, or 0.9%, to 2,802. The blue chip index Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 323 points to record levels, closing for the first time over 26,000 points. Alcoa tumbled 7.5 percent after the aluminum producer's earnings missed analysts' estimates. Several banks also reported quarterly results. The stock added 49 cents to $55.84.