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Trump 'Very Close' to Fed Nominations

The economy is already growing about as fast as it can without sparking inflation. Why would he want to nominate her to for another four-year term? Yellen is "the safest dovish choice" for Trump, said Vincent Reinhart, chief economist for Standish Mellon Asset Management in Boston and a former top Fed economist. Read More »

Stock Traders Purchase High Volume of Silver Wheaton Corp. Put Options (SLW)

SLW has been the subject of several recent research reports. Cypress Asset Management Inc. This is a boost from Silver Wheaton Corp .'s previous quarterly dividend of $0.06. The business earned $258 million during the quarter, compared to analysts' expectations of $244.84 million. Annual earnings per share (EPS ) growth noted at -21.80% in past 5 Years and Long-term annual earnings per share (EPS ) growth is expected to reach 14.96% in coming 5 years. Read More »

Tesla Adding New Products To Its Lineup

As the company works to get its mass-market Model 3 out to some lucky consumers later this year, Elon Musk tweeted about what the auto maker has planned next. Tesla already has a fairly advanced self-driving system and it wouldn't be surprising if it chose to instill it in its pickup trucks as well. The addition of a pickup to Tesla's lineup would allow the company to capture USA demand for utility vehicles, and put a new face on the Silicon Valley company known for sleek, pricey ... Read More »

Apple Self-Driving Car Project is Alive

Apple Inc has secured a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, fueling speculation that it is working on self-driving auto technology in a crowded arena of companies hoping to offer those cars to the masses. It is worth to note that Google parent Alphabet Inc. and Tesla Inc. have already tested their similar self-drive cars in California. But by last October, many in the team had reportedly left or been reassigned as a result of a strategic shift by the company to focus on the ... Read More »

United Changes Crew Booking Policy in Wake of Passenger Incident

United passenger dragged off overbooked flight at O'Hare; officer placed on leave China and most recently, Vietnam have expressed outrage over the video seen all over the world showing a passenger being forcefully dragged off a plane. Last year Delta got more passengers to give up their seats than any other USA airline, partly by paying more than most of the others. When no one voluntarily came forward, United selected four passengers at random. Read More »

'Charging Bull' Sculptor Wants 'Fearless Girl' to Hit the Road

Artist Kristen Visbal's 4ft-tall bronze statue of a girl with her hands on her hips was placed on a traffic island facing the bull on March 7. His work was a response to the stock market crash of 1987, showing that the country was economically resilient despite setbacks. Read More »

Elon Musk: Tesla will unveil a semi-truck in September

It would make sense considering Tesla is rapidly pushing for autonomous driving and the potential impact of the technology on the trucking industry. The addition of a pickup to Tesla's lineup would allow the company to capture US demand for utility vehicles, and put a new face on the Silicon Valley company known for sleek, pricey electric sedans. Read More »

United Airlines out of line with its tactics

When passengers buy airline tickets, they fully expect to get on a plane and fly to their destinations without having to give up their seats. Incident comes soon after a video of a United passenger being dragged off plane went viral. "This can never-will never-happen again on a United Airlines flight", Munoz said Wednesday on " Good Morning America ". United Airlines should really be ashamed of itself. Read More »

United to change its policy on police


Mr Munoz said United would be examining its incentive program for volunteers on overbooked planes. United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz has apologized - twice. A San Francisco city supervisor is asking the city attorney's office to begin drafting a new ordinance that would make it illegal for city law enforcement officers to go onto to an airplane to remove a passenger refusing to get off. Read More »

Boy killed at San Bernardino school lived with Williams Syndrome


A candlelight vigil was planned for the victims Tuesday evening at North Park Elementary. Karen Elaine Smith , 53, where he opened fire. Anderson seemed like a man of faith with whom she could share the next chapter of her life. Elisabeth Barajaz had reunited with her daughter Marissa after hearing there had been a shooting at her San Bernardino school. Smith was doing what every unhelpful spectator who doesn't understand domestic violence suggests women do when they're being abused: ... Read More »

Delta OKs $10000 Payments To Passengers On Overbooked Flights

While the airline would not reveal its payment limits, it did state that it has changed its policy regarding when employees can book a seat on a flight. Staff at Delta Airlines have been authorized to offer passengers up to nearly $10,000 if their flight is overbooked. Since the United Airlines passenger did not receive any life-threatening injuries after being stung by a scorpion, he will not move forward with a lawsuit. Read More »

Trump mum about failed N. Korea missile launch

A White House foreign policy adviser said yesterday that the U.S. is assessing military options in response to North Korea's weapons programme. But U.S. The vice foreign minister told reporters today that North Korea is ready for war with the US if that's what the USA wants and that North Korea will test weapons whenever it feels like it. Read More »

North Korea rolls out missiles, other weaponry at annual parade

This could in turn lead to North Korean adventurism against the South. China, Pyongyang's sole major ally, has warned that the tensions must be stopped from reaching an "irreversible and unmanageable stage". A USA military official, who requested anonymity to discuss planning, said Washington has no intention of using military force against Pyongyang in response to either a nuclear test or a missile launch. Read More »

Fuel prices to be regulated daily in 5 cities from 1 May


To start with, daily revision of oil prices will be implemented in the southern city of Vizag, Union Territory of Puducherry and one city each in west, east and north India. This will help remove the shock of a sudden surge in fuel prices according to overseas geopolitical factors. Oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan, however, sought to distance the government from the decision since petrol pricing has been free from government control since June 2010 and diesel's from October 2014. Read More »

'Fun'-filled time during Easter egg hunt

Children also had the chance to enjoy a meet-and-greet with the event's VIP, the Easter Bunny himself. Before the main egg hunt took place, there was a unique Easter Egg hunt for kids with special needs. Holding the stash of eggs he collected, Alexay hugged the Easter bunny as Jordan petted the bunny's head. - Andrews Presbyterian Church at 12 p.m. Read More »

F1: Lewis Hamilton coasts to fifth Chinese Grand Prix title

While his team-mate Sebastian Vettel shares the world championship lead with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton after a win and a second place in the year's first two grand prix, Raikkonen is yet to get on the podium. I feel like I am at my best, too. "I think that was the maximum we could get from it". That left Vettel in a strong position to take the lead when Hamilton did pit, but he was saved by Giovinazzi stacking his auto leading to a safety vehicle, which allowed Hamilton to pit for his tyres ... Read More »

Nintendo Switch Great Comeback Story: Fastest Seller in Nintendo History


The Switch is equal parts a living room console for gaming on the big screen television, and a portable handheld for gaming on the go. The Nintendo Switch game sold more copies than the console itself , IGN notes. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, meanwhile, sold more than 925,000 copies on Switch and almost 460,000 copies on Wii U, putting combined totals well over 1.3 million. Read More »

Trump warns Putin and clears up his administration's message on Syria


But less than three months after his inauguration, President Trump publicly announced he won't follow through after all. But in the end, despite all the tough rhetoric against foreign adversaries, the president who was elected on promises of putting "America First" may eventually run into domestic political limitations, said Crowley. Read More »

Amid Backlash From Advertisers, Bill O'Reilly Takes A Spring Break

Emily Steel and Michael Schmidt reported for the New York Times that O'Reilly or Fox News have paid roughly $13 million since 2004 to five women who worked for O'Reilly or appeared on his show and later complained about his behavior. O'Reilly will return to the Factor on April 24th, maybe. According to Sherman, 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch would like O'Reilly to be permanently taken off the air, while his father Rupert and older brother Lachlan are more inclined to keep him. Read More »

Tesla's Next New Vehicle Will Debut in September

In an interview given to CNBC, Bob Lutz said that now, Elon Musk is the greatest salesman in the world who is selling his electric cars. NEW YORK - DEC 14, 2016: Tesla CEO Elon Musk is seen in the lobby of Trump Tower on December 14, 2016, in New York. Read More »