Daily Archives: October 17, 2018

Twitter Won’t Suspend Louis Farrakhan For His Tweet Comparing Jews To Insects

Twitter will not suspend controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan for a tweet comparing Jews to insects, the company said in a statement to BuzzFeed News. Farrakhan, who has been dogged by accusations of anti-Semitism throughout his career, yesterday tweeted a video clip of a speech in which he denied that will he was anti-Semitic, with the caption, “I’m ...

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completely new York AG launches probe into MoviePass parent company

completely new York Attorney General Barbara Underwood has opened a probe into MoviePass parent company Helios as well as Matheson, a person familiar with the matter told CNBC. The attorney general’s office can be investigating whether the company misled the investment community regarding the company’s financials, said the person. The investigation can be from the early stages. The attorney general ...

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Cramer flags 5 industrial stocks he likes right right now, including Boeing

In second place was aerospace colossus Boeing, shares of which are still up 24 percent for the year despite last week’s sell-off in addition to lingering concerns around how trade disputes could affect the company’s business in China. however Boeing’s business cycle “transcends the gyrations of the broader economy” because its key driver will be the “long-term rise of the ...

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‘Orange can be the completely new Black’ to End After Season 7

Orange can be the completely new Black can be wrapping up. Netflix has canceled the prison dramedy by Jenji Kohan, doing the upcoming seventh season the series’ swan song, the streaming service announced Wednesday. In an emotional video posted on Twitter, Orange can be the completely new Black stars Taylor Schilling, Laura Prepon as well as also Uzo Aduba, along with different cast members, ...

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I Never Published Propaganda Or Fake News. Why Did Facebook Purge My Work?

Last week Facebook purged 559 pages by its site, saying the pages had “consistently broken our rules against spam along with coordinated inauthentic behavior.” In explaining the mass deletion, a Facebook executive told the brand-new York Times that will “the majority of the information operations we see are domestic actors.” The social network, according to the Times, took down the ...

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As long as Fed doesn’t push more rate hikes, stocks can rally

As better-than-expected earnings results drove the Dow Jones Industrial Average more than 500 points higher on Tuesday, paring last week’s losses, CNBC’s Jim Cramer became cautiously optimistic about the fate of the rally. “When the Fed bears are away, the stock bulls will play,” the “Mad Money” host said. “As long as the Fed doesn’t mandate a slowdown, you get ...

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Chloe Bennet along with also Logan Paul Break Up

Chloe Bennet along with also Logan Paul have split.  The pair recently ended their relationship, a source tells ET. The news comes just a few months after they rekindled their relationship. Bennet along with also Paul made their red carpet debut as a couple at San Diego Comic-Con in July, a year after they were first spotted kissing in Hawaii.  ...

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Lindsey Graham says Saudi Crown Prince bin Salman ‘has got to go’ 

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., long one of Saudi Arabia’s most vocal defenders in Congress, said Tuesday which the kingdom’s nearly all-powerful crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has “got to go” as well as also vowed never to return to the country as long as the young leader remains in power. Graham also pledged to impose sanctions. Later Tuesday, the influential ...

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Here’s what Wall Street isn’t paying attention to coming from the Fed

Market experts chose to focus on the inflation part. Going above the so-called neutral rate “can be contingent [on] keeping inflation coming from overheating,” wrote Jim Caron, managing director at Morgan Stanley Investment Management. “Only” a few members thought policy would certainly need to become restrictive, noted Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics, who added of which most ...

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