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Biren read the pulse of the people in Manipur

Biren read the pulse of the people in Manipur

He further said he was sure the party would deliver governance to the state. Addressing the mediapersons, Biren Singh thanked BJP president Amit Shah, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and senior leaders of BJP. Th". Congress MLA from Andro, T Shyamkumar was also present and has backed the saffron party's claim to power. "I have met the Governor and have requested her to invite us to form the government", he said. Read More

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Wall Street bro humps 'Fearless Girl' statue

Wall Street bro humps 'Fearless Girl' statue

Douchebags like this are why we need feminism'. Kaloyanides, 34, told Inside Edition that she and a group of friends opted to go see the statue at off-peak hours, after the crowds thinned out. The offending dude "starting grinding against the statue" Kaloyanides said, "being lewd and totally inappropriate" for about 20 seconds before jeers from those assembled drove him away, laughing with his buddies. Read More

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$15bn Intel deal sends Mobileye stock soaring

$15bn Intel deal sends Mobileye stock soaring

The company expects Mobileye's computer vision expertise to help its high performance computing, as well as, connectivity expertise to establish automated driving solutions to auto from cloud. Once the deal finalizes, Intel's Automated Driving Group will be integrated into Mobileye and run from Israel. "Combined, we believe we will have the technology and the talent to deliver a leading cloud-to-car (end-to-end) solution for autonomous driving", explains Intel , in the release. Read More

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Girl Scout Troop Beats San Francisco Dispensary in Fundraising Challenge

Girl Scout Troop Beats San Francisco Dispensary in Fundraising Challenge

Steinke (junior-energy business finance) said about two months of planning went into organizing the sale, primarily because of the difficulties reserving space at a table. Girl scout day is tomorrow, March 12th. To find out where the Girl Scout troops are selling their cookies visit the Girl Scout website, find the cookie tab, click on digital cookie and enter in your zip code. Read More

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USC Professor Named First African-American Head of a Fed Regional Bank

USC Professor Named First African-American Head of a Fed Regional Bank

Bostic, who served from 2009 to 2012 as assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the Obama administration, helped to formulate policies responding to the deepest recession since the 1930s. Raphael also has significant experience leading complex organizations and managing interdisciplinary teams. Bostic will have overall responsibility for these functions and will represent the Sixth Federal Reserve District at meetings of the Federal Open Market Committee, ... Read More

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Here Are The Vegas Favorites To Win The 2017 NCAA Tournament

Here Are The Vegas Favorites To Win The 2017 NCAA Tournament

So whatever you need to do to be tough, it's not about being motivated now. This year, several teams around the country gathered together in private rooms to find out whether or not it's time to put on their dancing shoes. The national championship game is April 3. "When Coach Collins sat us down and pitched his message, we all bought in", Pardon said. The opening-round game between Providence and Southern California holds promise if only because these teams met in an 8-9 game previous ... Read More

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Intel Buys Up Mobileye for $15.3 Billion

Intel Buys Up Mobileye for $15.3 Billion

By adding Mobileye's technology and workforce to its own organization, Intel said it aims to speed up innovation and position itself as a leader in the fast-developing market for autonomous cars. "Many of you have asked why we think autonomous cars and vehicles are so important to Intel's future". Chip making giant Intel is purchasing Israeli-based sensor company Mobileye in a $15.3 billion deal . Read More

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Ackman bails on Valeant, losing $3 billion

Ackman bails on Valeant, losing $3 billion

But governmental scrutiny of the company's pricing policies coupled with scandals surrounding Valeant's specialty pharmacy unit, Philidor, caused the stock price to sharply tumble after August 2015. This year, the company showed a disappointed -28.9 percent of growth. In the last five years, the company's full-year sales growth remained over 31.90% a year on average and the company's earnings per share moved up by an average rate of 12.66%. Read More

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SSE to raise electricity prices next month

SSE to raise electricity prices next month

A little over half of the fund will provide automatic payments to customers which SSE says it knows use electric heating or are more dependent on electricity use due to their personal circumstances. Eon gas prices are inching up 3.8 per cent and electricity is climbing 13.8 per cent. 'Without an increase we would have been supplying electricity to domestic customers at a loss. Read More

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White House: President Trump to visit MI this week

White House: President Trump to visit MI this week

The news agency's sources said the administration had chose to review the 2022 to 2025 vehicle emissions rules, retained in the final days of the Obama regime. Environmentalists have threatened to sue if the government weakens standards. Despite the fact that motorists would save $1.7 trillion over the life of their vehicles, the initiative would cost the auto industry about $200 billion over 13 years, according to Reuters . Read More

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Gordmans files for bankruptcy and will liquidate stores

Gordmans files for bankruptcy and will liquidate stores

It employs about 5,000 people at its stores in 22 states. "The management team and all our associates remain committed to continuing to provide great merchandise and services to our guests during this process". He was later joined by Dan Gordman, a former Bloomingdales executive who eventually married Richman's daughter Esther. In 1975 the company opened another chain of stores called Half Price Stores, which it operated in conjunction with its Richman Gordman stores. Read More

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Iceland Removes Krona Controls More Than Eight Years After Crash

Iceland Removes Krona Controls More Than Eight Years After Crash

Now, as the Icelandic government has announced the end of capital controls, the krona tumbled slightly, meaning the risks of overheating might have eased somewhat. It has cut rates twice since August a year ago to cool Icelandic kronur gains as inflation fades. The tiny country of just over 300,000 people resorted to capital controls after its three biggest banks collapsed and the crown fell more than 30 percent in 2008. Read More

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Yahoo To Rename As Altaba, Details Leadership Plans Following Sale To Verizon

Yahoo To Rename As Altaba, Details Leadership Plans Following Sale To Verizon

It will be helmed by McInerney, and devote its time to the company's stakes in Yahoo Japan and Alibaba, the successful Chinese e-commerce business. Mayer was named CEO of Yahoo after she joined the company from Google in 2012. Her golden parachute is valued at $23.0 million including $3.0 million in cash, almost $20.0 million in equity, and about $25,000 in benefits. Under their severance agreements, chief revenue officer Lisa Utzschneider would receive $16.5 million (including $14.7 ... Read More

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Vodafone to create 2100 jobs in 'UK economy investment'

Vodafone to create 2100 jobs in 'UK economy investment'

Vodafone has embarked on a £2billion investment programme to be implemented between 2016 and 2019, with "enhancing the quality of its United Kingdom customer services operations" a central aspect of that. Vodafone said in October it had invested £30m in customer service and training in 2016 alone and had hired 1,000 new UK-based call centre workers. The roles will be created across the Midlands, North of England, Scotland and Wales, Vodafone said, as part of its long-term commitment to ... Read More

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Brexit secretary says rejection of deal would not result in renegotiation

The Commons Foreign Affairs Committee said there was a real possibility the talks could end with no deal and warned that would be "very destructive" for both Britain and the EU. Labour still want a compromise from the Government. "If they can't, it may not be possible to get in the way of the Lords' amendment". The news comes as Brexit secretary David Davis rejected demands for the Government to make major changes to the Bill. Read More

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Ousted South Korean President Called a Criminal by North Korea

Ousted South Korean President Called a Criminal by North Korea

Some would say, that North Korea was quick to respond in calling the ousted South Korean President, Park Geun-hye, a common criminal. As to what impact will the impeachment have on relations between Washington and Seoul, Goa said:"More recently the USA is very aggressive in terms of deploying the THAAD anti-missile system in South Korea despite widespread opposition in South Korea". Read More

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Redrow sees

Redrow sees "compelling" value in merger with Bovis after bid was rebuffed

The combination would create a top-five United Kingdom housebuilder with a market value of about £2.5 billion (€2.84bn) and output of more than 6,700 homes a year. In a statement on Monday, though, both Redrow and Galliford noted the potential of their respective deals to create value. "In the meantime, the board is making good progress with plans to recover and improve group profitability and enhance return on capital employed", Bovis said. Read More

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RadioShack in East Town Mall closing

RadioShack in East Town Mall closing

General Wireless Operations Inc., also known as RadioShack , announced Wednesday it has filed for bankruptcy . A spokesperson for RadioShack could not confirm that the Racine store was closing, or how many employees work there. The bankruptcy filing by RadioShack and its store closing will not have a material effect on Sprint's overall sales, the company added. The company said it has made progress since the 2015 bankruptcy, and in 2016 reduced operating expenses by 23 percent ... Read More

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