by | June 07, 2019 | 20:08

Donut Hut is giving away free doughnut holes if you purchase something else. Krispy Kreme (8805 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Merriam, Kansas): Get one free doughnut of your choice. Plus, they're announcing the victor of the " Kane's Next Handcrafted Donut " contest, where fans posted their craziest doughnut combinations on Kane's Facebook and Instagram pages.

by | June 07, 2019 | 16:41

Among the top two business sectors, according to ADP, those in the service-producing industry added 71,000 jobs, while the goods-producing industry had a loss of 43,000 positions. Franchise employment dropped by 4,800 jobs. The ISM said 16 industries, including utilities, real estate, finance and insurance, healthcare and social assistance, information, and professional, scientific and technical services reported growth last month.

by | June 07, 2019 | 13:48

In a statement, Fiat Chrysler said the compensation committee of its board still needs to determine whether Bigland met company and personal performance conditions. The withdrawal came after two days of meetings at Renault's headquarters in Paris , in which the company's chairman, Jean-Dominique Senard, sought to convince its board of the financial and industrial merits of a deal.

by | June 07, 2019 | 13:26

Looker's products allow companies to make sense of the reams of data they are collecting in data warehouses, which are specialized types of databases created to make analytical queries easier and faster. "The combination of Google Cloud and Looker will enable customers to harness data in new ways to drive their digital transformation", said Thomas Kurian, chief executive officer of Google Cloud.

by | June 07, 2019 | 11:38

Gupta said the point of the white paper seems to be to tone down the trade conflict, not aggravate it - even as it communicates to third parties as to how China and the United States got to this point in their conflict. Beijing expressed hope that the trade dispute can be resolved through consultations. It also claimed the an untrustworthy negotiator, and that the Chinese government wants talks that are equal, mutually beneficial and trustworthy.

by | June 07, 2019 | 10:55

This might be a sigh of relief for common man as loans are expected to get cheaper. This is the the third reduction in repo rate during 2019. Thursday announced a cut in key policy rates by 25 basis points, a move that will aid the Narendra Modi government's efforts to boost growth that fell to a five-year low in the quarter ended March.

by | June 07, 2019 | 03:54

The Fed chairman's comments come a day after St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said in a speech that a rate cut may be needed "soon". This is because they will want to see whether there will be any development on trade when Trump meets with other leaders at the G20 meeting in Japan.

by | June 07, 2019 | 02:24

Lawmakers could thwart Trump's import tax plan only if they can deliver a two-thirds vote, enough to override a presidential veto. Trump has been seething for months about the spike in migrants trying to cross the southern border and has proposed a series of increasingly radical solutions, including completely sealing the U.S.

by | June 06, 2019 | 23:25

He said:"We don't know what the extent of the fund will materialise over the next few months but let's wait and see; the scale of the problem in relation to the £2bn gain in the value of the fund over the last four and a half years is manageable and scaleable".

by | June 06, 2019 | 19:42

At 1450 GMT, Renault shares were down 7.1% at 52.19 euros, while FCA shares in Milan had recovered most of their early losses to trade down 0.1% at 11.61 euros. The French state has a 15% stake in Renault. But in proposing their 50-50 merger, both sides had promised that no factories would be closed. Negotiations broke down quickly, however, after representatives for the French government on Fiat's board began making escalating demands, sources tell FOX Business.

by | June 06, 2019 | 17:28

It is also the third time the sector has contracted in the past four months. Commercial building was worst-hit, with firms reporting the steepest fall since September 2017. Supply chain pressures persisted in May, which led to another sharp lengthening of average lead times among vendors. Both the Construction and Manufacturing PMI readings out earlier this week disappointed against economist expectations by delivering readings below 50.

by | June 06, 2019 | 15:25

Tensions between Iran and the USA have been running high since Washington withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal on 8 May 2018 that was supposed to lift anti-Tehran sanctions in exchange for Iran maintaining the peaceful nature of it programme.

by | June 06, 2019 | 10:13

In February, the committee had cut repo rate by 25 basis points from 6.50 per cent to 6.25 per cent. On top of that, ANZ and Westpac will pocket $193 million by failing to pass on the full rate cut . The first to cut was Athena, a small Sydney-based non-bank lender who only entered the market this year. Weak global demand due to escalation in trade wars, the RBI feels, may further impact India's exports and investment activity.

by | June 06, 2019 | 05:12

The French government, which owns a 15% stake in Renault , had also pushed Fiat Chrysler and Renault for guarantees that France would not lose jobs, and for a dividend to be paid to Renault shareholders, including the government, people familiar with the talks said.

by | June 06, 2019 | 03:54

On London-based ICE Futures, the price of Brent crude oil to be delivered in August was up $0.5 at $61.4 a barrel. The EIA report said oil production in the USA rose to an all-time high of 12.4 million barrels per day. Vitol Group, the world's largest oil trader, expects OPEC and its allies to roll over output targets that expire in June after Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih said Monday he was committed to doing whatever it takes to stabilize markets.

by | June 05, 2019 | 23:09

It's a very simple thing. "There may perhaps be not any longer a lot give a boost to for tariffs in my conference, that's clearly", acknowledged Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader. Republican Senator Rob Portman said lawmakers would be forced to act because Trump was imposing the tariffs using his emergency powers, "which is going to require another vote of disapproval".

by | June 05, 2019 | 22:46

The first of the pop ups - which will be called Clicks and Mortar - will open in St Mary's Gate in central Manchester on Monday and will also offer Amazon Lockers for customers to collect Amazon orders. Brands showcased will include Swifty Scooters, Torro Cases and Altr for Men . The group declined to tell us who is paying for what, but it has appointed an "independent research consultant" to study the pilot and to share its findings with the United Kingdom government.

by | June 05, 2019 | 22:41

In Q4, the company announced that it expanded same-day and one-day delivery to more than 10,000 cities and towns, and in April, said it would significantly expand its one-day selection. Walmart said it plans to grow the assortment of items available for next-day shipping over time. Walmart launched one-day shipping in different cities last month, and plans to own it accessible to 75% of United States patrons by the tip of the 300 and sixty five days.

by | June 05, 2019 | 17:08

Most notably, Huawei, the world's largest telecom equipment company, was blacklisted, requiring US government approval for any future transactions involving American technology . Not to mention the fact that there is a lot of fake news going around regarding Huawei. "This will only accelerate China's technological independence and end up impacting the USA economy longer term", warned Mark Weatherford, a former Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity official who's now a global ...

by | June 05, 2019 | 10:44

And if that wrongdoing is found-which it will be- it will instruct the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to launch formal antitrust investigations that will lead to fines and behavioral remedies. The probes could have financial implications for the companies. While the four technology companies, all worth hundreds of billions of dollars, have drawn scrutiny from regulators and lawmakers around the world, it was not clear what the U.S.