Monthly Archives: February 2018

Pentagon wants to know true cost of F-35 system

The top F-35 program official wants to know the true cost tag of the Pentagon’s costliest weapons system. “To better inform our target glide path, I want to know what of which truly costs to produce the aircraft,” said Navy Vice Admiral Mat Winter, program executive officer for the Pentagon’s F-35 joint program office. “The number of quality escapes along ...

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GE destruction happened after Jack Welch left as CEO

“[Immelt] came in, in an aura of a coronation. This kind of big thing, he’s succeeding Jack Welch,” Langone said on “Squawk Box,” though he admitted he had voted for Immelt to succeed Welch. “On paper, [Immelt] looked fabulous. He definitely did and also also also you can’t take which away via him. Look at the success he had at ...

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Democratic group sues Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for not calling special elections

A national Democratic group led by former U.S. Attorney Eric Holder filed a lawsuit Monday attempting to force Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to call two special elections to fill legislative vacancies. Walker has refused to call special elections for the seats of which became open two weeks before a surprise Democratic victory in a state Senate special election in ...

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Jimmy Kimmel Reveals What He’ll Talk About While Hosting the Oscars

As he prepares to host the biggest award show of the year, Jimmy Kimmel has shared how he believes of which’s “almost necessary” to address the current state of politics along with some other serious matters. The 50-year-old late-night television host will return to the Academy Awards stage at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California, on Sunday, along with after writing thousands ...

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Porsche’s US dealers will offer fast charging stations for its Tesla-fighting Mission E sedan

Porsche plans to equip its 189 U.S. dealerships with 800-volt fast-charging stations in an effort to sell its forthcoming Tesla-fighter, the Mission E electric sedan. The German automaker already has six such EV stations at its Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta, home of its North American headquarters, as well as plans to add more soon at its sister center in ...

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Rihanna Rocks Makeup-Free Comfy Look at Airport — See the Look!

Rihanna goes by runway ready to sporty as well as comfy in no time at all! The 30-year-old singer, who fabulously celebrated her birthday last week, arrived makeup-free, yet still glowing, to the JFK airport in brand-new York City on Tuesday. Not everyone could go by “Glamour Barbie” at a lavish birthday party to rocking all-grey sweatpants as well as ...

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Bayer Q4 profit edges lower as crop chems, consumer care weigh

Bayer on Wednesday said the idea might need more time to wrap up its takeover of seeds company Monsanto after the drugmaker reported lower than expected fourth-quarter earnings which were hit by pesticide pricing pressures in Brazil. The Monsanto deal will right now close before the end of June, Bayer said, compared with previous ambitions to finish the idea early ...

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Market volatility won’t stop more rate hikes

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell played down concerns about recent market volatility, arguing Tuesday of which the dramatic swings do not weigh heavily on his outlook for the economy in addition to also maintaining his expectation for further gradual increases in interest rates. In Capitol Hill testimony, Powell emphasized of which the job market remains robust, consumer spending is actually ...

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