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Disney is thinking about bidding on Twitter

Given TWITTER's faltering stock price, declining advertising revenue and inability to attract new users, news of its possible sale has come as no surprise. Disney is also dealing with declining viewers. Countless people hop online every single day and decide to share their thoughts, pictures, ideas, and more with the world on Twitter . Read More

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Potential for higher U.S. rates may curb Gold's rally

But Japan's Nikkei dipped 0.3 percent, reflecting the yen's gains during a market holiday on Thursday. The OECD has downgraded United States economic growth predicted as 1.4% by 0.4% for 2016 and down 0.1% to 2.1% for next year. Meanwhile, the Bank of Japan has announced a policy of capping yields on 10-year government bonds to 0% in a bid to kick away from deflation dogging the economy. Read More

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North Korea Calls BS on US Bomber Threats

Lee Sun-jin watch an Air Force B-1B Lancer, escorted by South Korean fighter jets, performing a flyover at Osan Air Base, South Korea , Sept. 13, 2016. The red lights may be flashing in Washington, Tokyo and Seoul , but there's no sign yet that North Korea's impulsive leader is getting the message. Read More

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Perfect Manchester City eclipse United again

Perfect Manchester City eclipse United again

The Belgian won the penalty that allowed Manchester City to restore their lead as Van der Hoorn clumsily put an arm cross his face and he tumbled to the floor. We prefer to have the ball, we believe we can create more chances, but when we don't have the ball we will try to press to win the ball again as soon as possible. Read More

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Maersk Splitting Operations Into Two Separate Businesses

Maersk Splitting Operations Into Two Separate Businesses

Clustered with Maersk Line in the Transport and Logistics division will be APM Terminals, Damco, Svitzer and Maersk Container Industry, which together accounted for more than 75 percent of the group's first-half revenue. Moller-Maersk in the form of joint-ventures, mergers or listing". On the strategic front, Maersk Oil will adjust to focus on fewer geographies, particularly in the North Sea, where it will strengthen its portfolio through acquisitions or mergers. Read More

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WTO says European Union failed to rein in Airbus subsidies

WTO says European Union failed to rein in Airbus subsidies

The ruling is part of a series of tit-for-tat transatlantic complaints about aircraft subsidies that together make up the world's largest trade dispute, still raging after 12 years of bitter arguments. The EU said it reclaimed some $2.3 billion in launch-aid loans and modified the other assistance in question. "The last thing we want is for Airbus to pirouette away from that loan obligation ... Read More

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Beyhive Heated Because Beyoncé's Lemonade Did Not Win An Emmy

Beyhive Heated Because Beyoncé's Lemonade Did Not Win An Emmy

The Hive was hoping she'd appear and slay everyone. Adding to the injury, Beyoncé was nominated in four different categories for Lemonade and lost the Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special award to Grease Live! It seemed like her next obvious achievement would be an Emmy for the HBO premiere of Lemonade , packed with socio-political visual symbolism and candid truths. Read More

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FAA: Powering on Galaxy Note 7 during flight prohibited

FAA: Powering on Galaxy Note 7 during flight prohibited

Samsung has now stated that the replacement Note 7 will start arriving on September 21 to Australia. The company is now being sued by a man from U.S., after his Samsung Galaxy Note 7 blew up while it was in his front pocket. Airlines across Europe, the USA and Australia have banned passengers from putting the phone in checked baggage and charging the device in the air. Read More

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Delhi Health Minister rejects complaints of shortage of beds in govt. hospitals

Delhi Health Minister rejects complaints of shortage of beds in govt. hospitals

Dr Atul Kakar, Vice Chairman of Internal Medicine at Sir Gangaram Hospital, said, "One patient died on Thursday while the other late night on Friday". The World Health Organisation, however, has noted that chikungunya can trigger death among the elderly individuals. Muskan (12), a resident of Shaheen Bagh here, had died on July 29, while Deepak (19), from Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh, succumbed to the disease on July 27. Read More

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Tropical Storm Hermine Winds Up to Batter Northeast

Tropical Storm Hermine Winds Up to Batter Northeast

Large waves likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip currents are expected from the mid-Atlantic states to southern New England, the NHC said. Maryland has already declared a state of emergency ahead of Hermine, which will bring tropical storm conditions into the mid-Atlantic region today, then into coastal areas of New Jersey and NY on Sunday, says Manzo. Read More

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Colonial says has resumed repair work on damaged pipeline

That leaves many residents of the eastern United States wondering how much gas prices will rise, and whether local service stations will run out of gasoline. Other states that could be effected include Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, South Carolina , North Carolina and Virginia. On Friday, October gasoline RBV6, +2.50% rose 3.1 cents, or 2.2%, to end at $1.462 a gallon, for a weekly gain of 7.4%-the largest weekly climb in a month. Read More

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Samsung to replace or refund 1 million US Galaxy Note 7 phones

Samsung to replace or refund 1 million US Galaxy Note 7 phones

Samsung already has voluntary recalled the devices, but the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is stepping in on a formal recall. Samsung said on September 2 that it would stop selling Galaxy Note 7s. Samsung Electronics America said Note 7 replacement units will be available in the U.S.at most retail stores by September 21. It is unclear how Samsung failed to discover the battery problem before launching the Note 7. Read More

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Tropical Storm Julia keeping strength off coast of Carolinas

Tropical Storm Julia keeping strength off coast of Carolinas

Orlene is moving toward the west-northwest at about 5 kt. Winds from Julia also downed some limbs and caused power outages on St. Simons Island, said Jay Wiggins, emergency management director for Glynn County. Tropical Storm Julia brought more than 3 inches of rain to Charleston, South Carolina, on Thursday. It is expected to weaken. The system is forecast to continue moving toward the west. Read More

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Oil jumps on firmer gasoline, USA equities; snaps 2-day rout

Oil jumps on firmer gasoline, USA equities; snaps 2-day rout

Crude prices headed higher in early Asia trade Thursday buoyed by bargain-hunting, but the recent strong build in USA oil product inventories and planned resumption of oil exports by Libya and Nigeria are likely to limit the rise. Saudi Arabia's total liquids output, a category that includes natural gas liquids, hit 12.58 million bpd in August, besting a USA output level of 12.2 million bpd, according to Bloomberg . Read More

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Police arrest 22 after 'swarm' at Dakota pipeline construction site

Police arrest 22 after 'swarm' at Dakota pipeline construction site

Pipeline protests in North Dakota reached local communities in Montana. The filing said federal officials think the pipeline developer should stop work on a section of the pipeline while that review moves forward. " This pipeline must be stopped! " the Vermont senator shouted. Protests are planned across the country as part of a national day of action "calling on President Obama to reject this dirty and unsafe proposal", organizers said in a statement. Read More

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HPE in talks to sell software unit to Thoma Bravo

HPE in talks to sell software unit to Thoma Bravo

The Security Updates are available to all OS X Yosemite and El Capitan users and can be downloaded from the Mac App Store. This ratio , which is also called as the P/E ratio evaluates the company on relative expense factor. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE ) is in talks with a private equity to sell its software division, hoping it can fetch between $US8-10 billion, according to reports. Read More

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