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by | January 14, 2019 | 05:25

Waggoner told media that the evidence for a sustained move higher is getting harder to ignore: "Just having another positive week is going to be huge for a lot of people's psyches, after we got so beat up a year ago; I think you're going to see more of them coming on board next week".

by | January 14, 2019 | 02:13

On Thursday, AT&T said it was ending all its location-aggregator services, even those that are beneficial to consumers. However, we've now learned that a different " Securus " - MicroBilt - has been selling phone geolocation services with little oversight to a spread of different private industries.

by | January 13, 2019 | 21:15

Gartner, however, expects the demand to 2019 will continue. The Asia/Pacific PC market totaled 24.2 million units in the fourth quarter of 2018, a 4.6 percent decline from the same period of 2017. Lenovo also had a strong quarter in the US and has recorded three consecutive quarters of double-digit year-over-year shipment growth. Gartner had more detailed results about the U.S.

by | January 13, 2019 | 14:44

Lawyers for the former jet-setting executive immediately said they would file a bail application, but have acknowledged that he will probably be detained until a trial. All told, Ghosn said he always acted with integrity and had never been accused of any wrongdoing in his professional career. An individual convicted of aggravated breach of trust faces a fine of up to 10 million yen and/or a maximum prison term of 10 years.

by | January 12, 2019 | 22:32

Maggie Rheinstein, 68, traveling with her 67-year-old husband and two cats, about an Alaska Airlines flight gone wrong. Tweet by Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos announcing they will divorce, raising questions about their 16 percent stake in Amazon .

by | January 12, 2019 | 22:29

Emergency services arrived at Auckland Airport in New Zealand after the incident unfolded on Wednesday night, according to local press. He will face Manukau District Court on Thursday. In the end, Fifita was ordered by the court to pay $US3,000 ($4,173) in reparations for the cost of the scare on taxpayers, emergency services, and the airport.

by | January 12, 2019 | 19:01

Over the long term, Ford is targeting earnings before interest and taxes of 6 percent of sales in Europe. The structural redesign also will include changes to Ford's vehicle portfolio, expanding offerings and volumes in its most profitable growth vehicle segments, while improving or exiting less profitable vehicle lines and addressing underperforming markets.

by | January 12, 2019 | 18:27

As Apple for the longest time didn't manufacture the iPhone in India, it also couldn't reep tax benefits in India and it has been unable to open Apple stores in the country due to laws that pertain to sourcing local components. On Apple's earnings call in November, Cook cited slowing growth in emerging markets such as Brazil, India and Russian Federation for the lower-than-anticipated sales estimates for the company's fiscal first quarter.

by | January 12, 2019 | 09:09

Musk met Li on Wednesday, the premier's first foreign affairs event of the year. "I love China and want to come here more often", Musk said during the meeting, the Hong Kong-based newspaper reported . The number of foreigners with Chinese permanent residency crossed 10,000 in 2016, according to state-run China Daily. Through the rain, Shanghai's vice mayor said Musk and Tesla could make a fortune out of the muddy wasteland.

by | January 12, 2019 | 05:51

On Wednesday the couple announced their divorce after 25 years of fighting the good fight via a tweet that appears to have been written on a typewriter and scanned into Jeff's computer. The pair have four children . The business man also owns the Washington Post . The e-commerce giant accounted for just 5 percent of US online holiday sales this season, according to the firm's estimates, indicating that Amazon can still attract customers who aren't already heavy users of the platform.

by | January 12, 2019 | 05:00

For example, Alaska Airlines has warned that without FAA officials to sign off, the new Paine Field Airport near Seattle may not be able to open as promised on February 11. "TSA officers are among the lowest paid federal employees, with many living pay cheque to pay cheque", he wrote. About 3,300 aviation safety inspectors under the FAA are not working - since 2013, they have not been considered essential employees who must stay on the job during government shutdowns.

by | January 12, 2019 | 04:02

Previously, 37 million USA vehicles with 50 million inflators were recalled and 16.7 million inflators remain to be replaced. Twenty-three people have died worldwide due to airbag inflator problems. The sprawling recall concerned 4Runner SUVs from model years 2010 to 2016, Corolla sedans and Matrix hatchbacks from 2010 to 2013 and Sienna minivans from 2011 to 2014.

by | January 12, 2019 | 02:45

He said that Aramco would also issue bonds in the second-quarter of the year and that company financial details would be published as part of that process. Anheuser-Busch InBev NV took out US$46 billion in 2016 to finance the takeover of SABMiller Plc. Al-Falih, however, dismissed that chatter saying that "It's not going to be anywhere near the number that's been rumored".

by | January 12, 2019 | 02:38

Mofcom said both sides carried out "extensive, in-depth and detailed exchanges" on trade and structural issues. Tesla broke ground this week in Shanghai on its first factory outside the U.S. The USTR statement didn't say whether progress had been achieved on its main concerns. Beijing on Friday cut bank reserve requirements amid slowing growth at home and pressure from the USA tariffs.

by | January 11, 2019 | 23:55

Those allegations center on Ghosn's handling of investment losses and payments made to a Saudi businessman. But his hopes of being granted bail appear dim, with his chief lawyer admitting at a recent news conference that his client could stay in detention for at least another six months until his trial begins, citing the complexity of a case involving documents in both Japanese and English.

by | January 11, 2019 | 22:58

FDA inspectors look for issues at processing facilities like unsanitary conditions and infestations and also inspect food for salmonella and E. coli contamination. Foodborne illnesses sicken 48 million people each year and kill 3,000, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "I said bye-bye, nothing else works!" But the agency is skipping the 160-or-so routine food inspections it usually performs each week.

by | January 11, 2019 | 20:28

The problem is that even if Apple now wanted to pivot away from releasing an iPhone with an LCD display, it's likely too late in the planning cycle for Apple to make any significant changes. Looking ahead to 2020, Apple apparently might ditch LCD altogether. Apple's purported focus on cameras shows that it wants to keep the iPhone competitive with rival smartphones that heavily emphasize the importance of photography chops.

by | January 11, 2019 | 15:39

The specific vehicles to be recalled include diesel-powered Ram 1500 and Jeep Grand Cherokee from the 2014-2016 model years. FCA also settled a class action lawsuit over the diesel issue and this means current and former owners will be eligible to receive a payment of approximately $2,800 (£2,195 / €2,434).

by | January 11, 2019 | 08:56

With no sign of excessive inflation or outsized risk in financial markets, Powell said the Fed would be "waiting and watching" in coming months to see which of those two competing "narratives" plays out. U.S. central bankers are refining their message after the hawkish tone of their Dec 19 statement and forecasts for further rate hikes in 2019 roiled financial markets.

by | January 10, 2019 | 20:30

U.S. -China trade talks ended on Wednesday with negotiators focused on Beijing's pledge to buy "a substantial amount" of agricultural, energy and manufactured goods and services from the United States, the U.S. Without a breakthrough in talks, US corporations are likely to experience a deepening decline in their Chinese sales, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts even seeing an "informal boycott" in place.