There have been exceptions. Take Under Armour (UA), which said last week that it could lose up to $60 million in sales this quarter, and that "given the significant level of uncertainty with this dynamic and evolving situation, full year results could be further materially impacted." Shares finished the week down 15%. … [Read more...] about Why stocks keep moving higher. And higher. And higher.
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White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said that they are “aware of reports of attacks” on the facility, Associated Press reporter Jonathan Lemire tweeted. (RELATED: ‘Pardon The Skepticism’: Tucker Carlson Wonders Why Everyone Is Suddenly Trusting The Deep State On Iran) … [Read more...] about US Bases In Iraq Attacked By Iran In Retaliation For Soleimani Death
After receiving a deluge of emails, regulators said they would delay consideration of whether the definition of “personal vehicles” should include leased and rented cars, and if so, for what length of time. The draft proposal had said that drivers must have at least a four-month lease to use a rental for Uber or Lyft work. But that would have excluded Lyft’s deal with new investor General Motors for renting GM cars for eight weeks or less, as well as an Uber rental program with Enterprise Rent-A-Car. … [Read more...] about Uber, Lyft rules fine-tuned by California regulators
True, Brown is eminently snubbable. But that surely wasn’t the real reason that in 2009 Obama refused five times to give the British prime minister a private meeting and then, added insult to injury by giving him a really crappy going home present: a box of DVDs which wouldn’t even play on a UK machine. Brown’s people, on the other hand, had taken care to come up with a thoughtful and generous gift: a pen holder made from the timbers of the Royal Navy anti-slave ship HMS Gannet. … [Read more...] about 12 Reasons Why Obama is No ‘Friend’ of Britain
San Francisco police have not signed a contract with Ring, but officers use home security footage provided by residents for investigations. Last year, Cole Valley resident Deanna Hodgin said, she was getting ready for church when her husband called from London. Ring had notified him of an intruder fiddling with the lock on their front door. Her husband shouted at the man until he left and sent the video to police, but Hodgin was too scared to go to church. … [Read more...] about Privacy advocates alarmed by Amazon’s Ring partnerships with Bay Area police