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by | March 11, 2019 | 18:28

Weirsky said he was looking for his tickets at home and returned to the store the next day to collect his ticket before the Mega Millions drawing. Weirsky got divorced about five months ago. "I was doing the right thing, and I'd do it again". Lottery officials told AP on Thursday that the person who found the ticket could have claimed the jackpot had they held onto them.

by | March 11, 2019 | 17:57

Purchases will still be done online, with Tesla store sales associates showing prospects how to purchase using the mobile app. Tesla adds that the seven day/1,000 mile return policy should eliminate the need for test drives in most cases, but "cars will still be available for test drives at stores at the potential Tesla owner's request".

by | March 11, 2019 | 10:37

Also, the price of oil, one of Canada's major exports, was pressured by signs of a slowing global economy. Job creation in Canada once again blew past expectations with 56,000 positions added in February - majority were full-time. Canada added approximately 67,400 full-time jobs during February but lost 11,600 part-time jobs. Rounding things out was a 15.1k net increase in self-employment.

by | March 11, 2019 | 10:34

The new plant will eventually have an annual production capacity of 500,000 vehicles, the California-based company has said, dramatically increasing its output. But it is willing to further promote the Chinese EV sector with Chinese carmakers. Tesla's China Gigafactory will help the automaker enter into China's rapidly growing market for so-called new-energy vehicles (NEVs), a category for fully-electric cars and plug-in electric hybrid (PHEV) vehicles.

by | March 11, 2019 | 10:30

But forecasters say even if they reach an agreement, this year's Chinese exports will be lackluster. Its politically sensitive trade surplus with the U.S. While China runs the risk of Xi leaving a summit empty-handed if details are not nailed down, Branstad said that United States officials want there to be some flexibility.

by | March 10, 2019 | 22:57

Some economists believed the government shutdown that lasted from December to late January would result in negative jobs numbers due to the number of federal government employees that were furloughed when employment data was measured.

by | March 10, 2019 | 22:38

But the divestment will focus on companies which trade exclusively in exploration and production like Marathon and Chesapeake Energy rather than the integrated oil giants. "Therefore this is about spreading the risk", Jensen said at the announcement of the decision. The finance minister insisted that Friday's decision "does not reflect any specific view on the oil price, future profitability or sustainability of the petroleum sector".

by | March 10, 2019 | 22:13

The turbulence is believed to have hit the flight 45 minutes before it landed, and resulted in passengers and flight attendants being thrown into the air and around the cabin. "There was like one or two seconds when it was subtle, but then it really started to pick up", passenger Amir Mehrbakhsh said. "I kept hearing him say 'Jesus, ' like he was visibly distraught".

by | March 10, 2019 | 19:17

After an initial slide, the Pound Euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate rallied on Thursday afternoon as markets reacted to the European Central Bank's (ECB) policy decision. West Texas oil futures slipped below US$56 a barrel in NY as the weakening outlook for the global economy and rising crude stockpiles in the USA signaled that markets will remain comfortably supplied.

by | March 09, 2019 | 07:20

Zuckerberg didn't give a concrete timeline, saying only that "over the next few years, we plan to rebuild more of our services around these ideas". This is something that has been sorely lacking from the platform as now constituted. Facebook's interest in private messaging has been clear for a long time, back in 2014 the company paid $19 billion for WhatsApp. Greenfield says that this space is now controlled by Apple's iMessage and Snapchat .

by | March 09, 2019 | 07:07

Trudeau's Liberal government has been rocked for weeks by the snowballing scandal, which has triggered the resignation of two cabinet ministers and badly tarnished the image of the golden boy premier. He thoroughly explained the government's rationale for moving Wilson-Raybould, reiterating Trudeau's assertion that the shuffle only happened because Scott Brison announced he would resign as Treasury Board president.

by | March 08, 2019 | 22:44

Warren, who is seeking to stand out in a Democratic field crowded with progressives vying to take on U.S. President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election, said in a blog post that on their way to the top, the companies purchased potential competitors, like Facebook's acquisition of Instagram.

by | March 08, 2019 | 10:24

Fiscal policy will be "proactive", while monetary policy will remain "prudent", Li said, outlining cuts to the reserve ratios at medium and small banks to unleash more funds into the economy. A confrontational China-US relationship does not benefit anyone because the interests of the two countries are deeply interwoven, Zhang Yesui, spokesman for the annual session of the National People's Congress, said in Beijing on Monday.

by | March 08, 2019 | 10:13

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza has accused the US of trying to intervene in the Latin American country militarily, urging the UN Security Council to reject any use of force against the country. The U.S. envoy for Venezuela, Elliott Abrams , said in Washington that Maduro had presided over economic decline and human rights violations in Venezuela.

by | March 07, 2019 | 23:28

The renovated stores will include new $1 Dollar Tree merchandise sections, the company said . "We are confident we are taking the appropriate steps to reposition our Family Dollar brand", said Gary Philbin, Dollar Tree CEO, in a written statement on Wednesday.

by | March 07, 2019 | 23:26

In the court filing, the company said it "suffered from a dramatic decrease in sales and in-store traffic" and struggled with "the burden of maintaining a large brick-and-mortar presence". The company also established Peek Kids in 2016, specializing in children's clothing. The young women's fashion chain posted a note on its website announcing the online store had closed and that a going-out-business sale would begin at all stores.

by | March 07, 2019 | 22:43

Hart previous year gave the University of Otago $10 million to build a new dental school in South Auckland - the biggest donation in the university's history. However, the Sugar King's fall from the graces of the top 100 is in keeping with a wider trend according to Forbes - many other billionaires was the fortunes take a downward turn over the a year ago.

by | March 07, 2019 | 20:44

Donald Trump has attracted worldwide attention once again, after calling Apple chief executive Tim Cook " Tim Apple " to his face. And Late Late Show host James Corden said it could only mean one thing, that Trump calls himself "Donald President".

by | March 07, 2019 | 20:46

At it will do so at a price of $63,000 in the US, set for what Polestar calls the launch edition , available for the first year of production. Polestar are claiming a range of around 500km for the Polestar 2, from a 78kWh battery pack. But Polestar isn't just focusing on the performance credentials that made its name on the world's motor racing circuits. Resting underneath this design is a 78-kWh battery pack that resides within the floor of the vehicle.

by | March 07, 2019 | 17:55

However, since Tesla's Fremont, CA Supercharger is the only so-equipped charging station in the U.S. so far, chances are those batteries will already be rolling at pretty moderate temps. That's a meaningful improvement that will help relieve the increasing tension and lines at Superchargers around the world. "This combination of higher peak power with V3, dedicated vehicle power allocation across Supercharger sites, and On-Route Battery Warmup enables customers to charge in half the time ...