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Markets Aimed at 'cord cutters,' YouTube TV expands into Baltimore market
Author: 0 Aimed at 'cord cutters,' YouTube TV expands into Baltimore market

YouTube TV is now available in 29 markets, covering 50 percent of United States households, and it will soon add 17 more markets. There are notable holes in YouTube TV's lineup. On top of the new markets, there was some more good news for subscribers. It's not known if regional sports networks like Fox Sports Ohio or Sportstime Ohio will be available on the service when it launches in the area.

Markets Pink ends her feud with Christina Aguilera
Author: 0 Pink ends her feud with Christina Aguilera

One Christina fan suggested none of Pink's promos have been worthy of an award since the release of the video for Lady Marmalade - prompting a response from the Grammy-winner. "Don't be what's wrong w/da world", the "Just Like Fire" singer wrote in another tweet . In closing, the mother of two dished out a little shade of her own, saying, "And you're f*ckin rip van winkle if you've never seen one of my videos".

Markets Infosys to consider proposal for share buyback
Author: 0 Infosys to consider proposal for share buyback

Infosys Limited is engaged in consulting, technology, outsourcing, and next-generation services. Earlier, the larger rival TCS ( Tata Consultancy Services ) had announced a buyback at an attractive premium of 12.2 per cent. "But please give us time, because not every company wants to do a share buyback". "The basic motive behind this move is to increase the return on equity, use the cash and give a lift to the falling prices of shares", he said.

Markets B&Q sales drop because of bad summer weather
Author: 0 B&Q sales drop because of bad summer weather

Laury previously warned that the results of the European Union referendum had "created uncertainty for the United Kingdom economic outlook", but in today's results said she remained cautiously optimistic over Kingfisher's performance over the second half of the year.

Markets After cardiac stents, Centre slashes knee implant prices
Author: 0 After cardiac stents, Centre slashes knee implant prices

Kumar added. Revision implants for second surgery will also cost 59% less - Rs 1,13,950 + GST from an earlier price of Rs 2,76,869. There are 1.5 crore to 2 crore patients who require knee implant surgery annually, news agency Press Trust of India reported.

Markets Peter France Acquires 1411 Shares of Rotork plc (LON:ROR) Stock
Author: 0 Peter France Acquires 1411 Shares of Rotork plc (LON:ROR) Stock

The firm earned "Sell" rating on Thursday, January 19 by Citigroup. Stifel Nicolaus maintained the stock with "Buy" rating in Thursday, May 25 report. Bauman James L also sold $2.86M worth of 3M Co (NYSE:MMM) on Thursday, May 11. Lindekugel Jon T sold 1,300 shares worth $256,388. The insider ValueAct Holdings - L.P.

Markets Were Analysts Bearish Persimmon plc (LON:PSN) This Week?
Author: 0 Were Analysts Bearish Persimmon plc (LON:PSN) This Week?

The stock of Vodafone Group Plc (ADR) (NASDAQ:VOD) has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, January 10 by Goldman Sachs. The firm has "Neutral" rating by Northcoast given on Wednesday, November 30. It has a 12.88 P/E ratio. The Company focuses primarily on managing equity investments on behalf of retail, institutional and private client investors across a range of products, including the United Kingdom and offshore mutual funds, segregated mandates and investment trusts.

Markets Donald Trump : US President scraps business forums after CEO protest resignations
Author: 0 Donald Trump : US President scraps business forums after CEO protest resignations

The council included Laurence D. Fink of BlackRock, Ginni Rometty of IBM, Rich Lesser of the Boston Consulting Group and Toby Cosgrove of the Cleveland Clinic, among others. "The president's statements yesterday were deeply troubling". Correction: Jeff Immelt is chairman of GE. Schwarzman organized a call on Wednesday for member executives to voice concerns after Trump's comments, and an overwhelming majority backed disbanding the council, two sources said.

Markets Border opening for Haj welcome step, says FM
Author: 0 Border opening for Haj welcome step, says FM

He has also approved the entry of Qatari pilgrims to the kingdom through the Salwa border crossing to perform Haj, a Saudi Press Agency report said. Saudi Arabia prides itself on hosting millions of pilgrims annually at Islam's holiest sites in Mecca and Medina. The king, the news agency added, had consented to allow "all Qatari citizens who wish to perform the Hajj [into the kingdom] without required electronic permits".

Author: 0 Growing Shale Output Drags Oil Prices Lower

New York's NYMEХ (New York Merchantile Exchange) is a U.S. futures market founded in 1882. That offset the EIA's more bullish data, which showed a further drawdown in US oil stocks. More broadly, analysts said ample supplies were preventing prices from moving much higher. "More bullish catalysts will be needed if the oil market is to extricate itself from no man's land".

Markets Here's everything you need to know about Wal-Mart's earnings
Author: 0 Here's everything you need to know about Wal-Mart's earnings

Credit Agricole S A has 0.48% invested in Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE: WMT ) for 2.13M shares. The stock of Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE: WMT ) earned "Underperform" rating by RBC Capital Markets on Friday, May 20. The stock of Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE: WMT ) has "Hold" rating given on Friday, September 18 by TheStreet. Target shares rose 4% in premarket trading.

Markets Hyundai takes wraps off next-gen hydrogen-powered SUV
Author: 0 Hyundai takes wraps off next-gen hydrogen-powered SUV

Hyundai Motor said Thursday it plans to launch early next year a second-generation hydrogen fuel cell vehicle that will travel more than 580 kilometers (360 miles) between fill-ups. Specifically, powertrain options will span full electric (EV), hybrid and fuel cell vehicles, allowing for plenty of customer choice. Hyundai, another believer in fuel-cell tech, is also slightly behind the curve in EVs.

Markets United States stocks up as N Korea fears ease
Author: 0 United States stocks up as N Korea fears ease

Spot gold was down 0.1 percent $1,287.60 per ounce at 0359 GMT, after marking its highest since June 7 at $1,291.86 an ounce in the previous session. The Swiss franc, which gained 1.1 percent on August 9 as the war of words over the Korean peninsula intensified, held steady at 0.9719 per dollar. That prompted North Korea to say it was considering plans to fire missiles at the USA -held Pacific island of Guam.

Markets Easing North Korea tensions push gold lower
Author: 0 Easing North Korea tensions push gold lower

The dollar climbed for a second day after both Korean and US leaders indicated a willingness to avert a deepening crisis over North Korea's nuclear program. This followed a 1.1% fall on Monday. The WSJ Dollar Index, which measures the greenback against a basket of other currencies, was up 0.28% to 86.50.

Markets 3M CEO Inge Thulin latest to resign from manufacturing council
Author: 0 3M CEO Inge Thulin latest to resign from manufacturing council

And General Electric said in a statement that it had "no tolerance for hate, bigotry or racism" while adding that Jeff Immelt , the company's chairman and recently retired chief executive, would also continue to advise the president. "Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented". After Trump announced in June that the US would be leaving the Paris climate accord, both Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Disney CEO Bob Iger left his business advisory council .

Markets Instagram to soon bring
Author: 0 Instagram to soon bring "Comment Threads" option to Windows 10 devices

You can see an example of the comment thread in action in the image above. What are you thoughts on threaded comments? Facebook is changing the look of its News Feed. With the latest update the company is now adding a new "Comment Threads" option for users. We might expect the company to roll out this feature to Android and Windows simultaneously since Windows Instagram App is a port of the iOS app.