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Hundreds of People Are Venmo-ing Beer Money to This College Kid


When dealing with televised events, there is always a large focus on the crowds. A U of L spokesman said the school still hasn't heard official word from ESPN and that the tweet was not supposed to be sent. Venmo chipped in $50 as well - a small price to pay for the primo free advertising. For now, it remains unclear as to how much money he received, but plenty of beer will have been bought with it. Read More »

Wells Fargo fined $185 million for improper account openings

Thousands of employees at Wells Fargo opened roughly two million bank accounts and applied for 565,000 credit cards without customers' knowledge or consent. The scandal first came to light thanks to reporting by the Los Angeles Times in 2013, which spurred a lawsuit filed previous year by Los Angeles City Atty. Read More »

United Kingdom manufacturing output falls after Brexit vote


Manufacturing output fell by a sharper-than-expected 0.9 percent in July following a 0.2 percent drop in June, the Office for National Statistics said. But the size of the fall in manufacturing restricted growth in the production sector, which includes agriculture, electricity supply and paper production, to just 0.1% month on month. Read More »

DeAndre Ayton Chooses College


In the 2017 recruiting class, Ayton joins guard Alex Barcello, a 4-star who recently committed to Arizona out of Corona Del Sol High School in Tempe. The No. At one point, it had been suggested Ayton would not enter college basketball but instead would play professionally overseas and then enter the 2018 draft. Read More »

'Our cause is just,' says tribal leader in pipeline protest


The protesters stated their support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, which has been protesting the pipeline in North Dakota. US District Judge James Boasberg said he wants to absorb both sides of the argument before issuing a ruling, which is expected by September 9, KFYR reported . Read More »

Serena Williams reaches last 16 of US Open


Murray was pushed to a tiebreak in the first set, but ultimately took it before Lorenzi charged back to take the second set. Williams arrived at Flushing Meadows past year on the cusp of claiming a calendar slam and the weight of expectation was crushing, the pressure mounting with each match until a shock loss to Roberta Vinci in the semi-finals. Read More »

Formerly Supportive Hispanic Leaders Consider Pulling Trump Support


After Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council met with the candidate , reports suggested that Trump was open to a path for legalization for some undocumented immigrants. And while the speech was in line with expectations, a number of attendees said they were a bit perplexed by the location. Aguilar said that endorsement established communication with the campaign. Read More »

SpaceX launch pad explosion destroys rocket, satellite

SpaceX also has a partnership with NASA to fly resupply missions to the International Space Station. The test was in advance of a planned Saturday launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, which is next to NASA's Kennedy Space Center. Read More »

Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) Analyst Estimates


Campbell Soup Company is operating with a market capitalization of 18867.34, with a return on assets (ROA) of 8.70% and an average volume of 1753.79. Earnings in the final quarter fell to 46c a share from 49c before one-offs compared to forecasts of 50c. Higher EPS estimate that can be reached in this quarter is determined at $0.53 and lower forecasted EPS is placed at $0.48. Read More »

Apple says will appeal against European Union tax decision


CEO Tim Cook was even called to testify on Apple's tax deal before a Senate committee in 2013. The commissioner said nearly all sales profits recorded by them were internally attributed to a "head office" which only existed on paper and could not have generated such profits. Read More »

Agrium, PotashCorp confirm preliminary merger talks


The companies, along with USA producer Mosaic Co., already operate a joint venture for their exports. Potash Corp . abandoned a plan to take over German rival K+S past year after its efforts were rebuffed by management amid regulatory concerns, and after the drop in potash prices prompted the Canadian company to rethink the economics of the deal. Read More »

Vehicle bomb kills 5 soldiers in Mogadishu, al Shabaab says behind attack


We believe the target was SYL which is frequented by officials. Colonel Ali Nur said: 'Security forces tried to stop the bomber who used back roads before he sped through checkpoints near the presidential palace and detonated the bomb. "So far two hotels opposite the palace are partially destroyed". Two weeks before that, extremist gunmen killed 15, including two members of parliament, at the Ambassador hotel. Read More »

CUPW Delays Possible Job Action by 24 Hours


While government officials expressed optimism that a 24-hour extension of the talks would break a months-long impasse over pensions and wages, small and medium-sized businesses have heard it before, said eBay Canada managing director Andrea Stairs. Read More »

No legal status for undocumented immigrants


Trump's new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, signalled over the weekend that the candidate has been rethinking his approach. Opinion Journal: Trump's Immigration Rethink? He went after MSNBC's "Morning Joe", tweeting that the show is "unwatchable!" and said its host, Mika Brzezinski, "is off the wall, a neurotic and not very bright mess!" "I can't discuss it", Conway said. Read More »

Wall Street slips on healthcare, consumer names; Fed eyed


The KBW Nasdaq Bank index .BKX rose 0.39 percent, its best day in almost two weeks. "Clearly, the Fed is in the driver's seat". "Any potential strength in consumer and jobs data could be very helpful to support equity prices where they are right now", said Jon Adams, senior investment strategist at BMO Global Asset Management in Chicago. Read More »

Rajnath in Kashmir, reviews security situation

The Minister's visit to Kashmir comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's interaction with a delegation of opposition parties led by former state chief minister Omar Abdullah in the national capital on Monday. "I will be staying at Nehru Guest House (in Srinagar)". "We received invite yesterday but we are boycotting meeting Rajnath Singh", Khan said. Rajnath Singh, accompanied by Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi and other senior officials, flew in by a special plane into the technical area of ... Read More »

Tesla Clears Antitrust Hurdle In $2.6 Billion Deal For SolarCity


There are no disclosures by SolarCity about the total money raised from the bond issue, and how the collected capital will be utilized. CEO Lyndon Rive and his brother, Chief Technology Officer Peter Rive , have asked to have their annual salaries reduced to $1 from $275,000 as part of the cost-cutting plans. Read More »

Even If OPEC Freezes Production, Oil Prices May Not Rise

Without a collective measure to curtail output, market watchers fear the rebalance of oil supply and demand, originally expected for later this year, would be pushed back. A similar decline when the USA energy department releases the official data on U.S. commercial crude inventories later Wednesday could see WTI "pull back to the $45 handle", he said in a note. Read More »

Asian stocks mixed ahead of Fed meeting

Southeast Asian stock markets were sluggish on Tuesday, ahead of a speech by Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen on Friday that could offer clues about a U.S. "The only question is whether she'll strongly hint at a hike this year or indicate that holding off to early next year may be warranted, at which point markets would push the hike right back once again", he added. Read More »

How Will the Drake and Meek Mill Beef End?


The hip-hop star slammed his long-running rap rival Meek Mill once again Sunday during a concert in Philadelphia - his nemesis' stomping grounds. He had warned Drake not to talk s**t in Philly after he changed the lyrics to his " Back to Back " song, when he preformed in Washington, D.C. Read More »

Top RNC strategist to work more with Trump campaign

Bash played a clip of Trump speaking about a deportation force last fall, saying it would be done "humanely", repeatedly asking if that was still the position of the campaign or whether Trump was backing off. "Well, but he doesn't hurl personal insults", she said, before changing the subject to Trump's pitch to African-Americans earlier this week. Trump brought Conway and Breitbart News' Steve Bannon in to run the campaign amid declining poll numbers and a controversy over former ... Read More »

US regulators to unveil final rule on truck emissions limits

The new Phase 2 rules also include certain "EPA-specific provisions" relating to controlling emissions relating to the use of diesel-powered auxiliary power units (APUs) installed in new tractors as well as non-GHG pollutants from light-duty motor vehicles, marine diesel engines, and other non-road engines and equipment. Read More »

Tim Cook confirms that Apple is working on Augmented Reality tech


The company could also have AR on the table for its Project Titan electric vehicle project in the form of a heads up display for drivers. Since taking over, "the obvious things are we have more employees in the company", Cook explained. Cook did not say anything about the alleged Apple Car project or the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 launch. Let me explain what goes on with our worldwide taxes. Read More »

Russia-Turkey to restore frosted bilateral relations


He stressed that this convergence between Turkey and Russian Federation may come as a surprise to the West and dramatically change the balance in the region. The meeting between Erdogan and Putin is expected to give a boost to economic relations between the two countries. Putin certainly appreciated his secrecy. Read More »

Ruby Tuesday (RT) Posts Disappointing Earnings, Stock Plunges 12.9%


Ruby Tuesday's had 724 restaurants as of May 31, and 646 of those were company-operated. The company said it will try to offer employees at the shuttered locations jobs at nearby restaurants. "The decision to close restaurants is a hard but necessary step as we take aggressive actions to strengthen our organization". Same-restaurant sales were down 1.4 percent year to year and traffic dropped 4.6 percent. Read More »

Why Khizr Khan's speech became a PR nightmare for the Trump campaign


Attorney General Pam Bondi, who endorsed Trump before the March presidential primary, called Capt. Khan an "American hero" and added: "Would I have ever said anything about his mother standing up their silent, not saying anything?" "Gold Star families, the love in that room was so incredible". Read More »