• British police make two more arrests after Manchester bombing

    Economy

    Interior minister Amber Rudd had described the leaks as "irritating" early on Thursday, after details about bomber Salman Abedi , including his name, first appeared in USA media, adding that Britain's allies were perfectly clear that it "shouldn't happen again".
  • Arvind Kejriwal lauds Army for destroying Pakistani posts

    Arvind Kejriwal lauds Army for destroying Pakistani posts

    Economy

    The army released video footage that apparently shows heavy artillery hitting bunkers on a mountain. "The Pakistan Army has been providing support to armed infiltrators..." Operations like Naugam where four terrorists were neutralised on 20-21 May are the instances.
  • Cisco Survey: Partnerships Critical to IoT Projects

    Cisco Survey: Partnerships Critical to IoT Projects

    Economy

    Blake Moret, president and CEO of Rockwell Automation, one of the world's largest company dedicated to industrial automation and information, today (May 25) spoke on Internet of Things ( IoT ) adoption and its impact on industrial productivity, at the Cisco's IoT World Forum .
  • CBO: AHCA would kick 23 million people off of Medicaid

    CBO: AHCA would kick 23 million people off of Medicaid

    Economy

    By contrast, Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) said the new estimate shows "TrumpCare will kick millions of Americans off their insurance coverage and force consumers to pay more for less". "CBO continues to find that through our patient-focused bill, premiums will go down and that our reforms will help stabilize the market", said a statement from House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden (R-Ore.) and its health subcommittee chairman, Michael Burgess (R-Texas).
  • Analysts rated DSW Inc. (DSW) as Buy

    Economy

    More recent DSW Inc. BlackRock Fund Advisors increased its stake in shares of DSW by 8.3% in the third quarter. Norges Bank bought a new position in shares of DSW during the fourth quarter worth about $21,992,000. M Partners maintained DSW Inc. (NYSE:DSW) to release earnings on May, 23. The company reported EPS of $0.32, below the consensus estimate calling for EPS of $0.34 - a positive surprise of 4.93%.
  • Are OPEC production cuts a done deal?

    Economy

    Offshore drilling services company Seadrill Ltd. has made "significant progress" with its banks on the terms of a debt restructuring plan that will likely require filing for bankruptcy in the USA or United Kingdom. OPEC's cuts have helped push oil back above $50 a barrel this year, giving a fiscal boost to producers, many of which rely heavily on energy revenues and have had to burn through foreign-currency reserves to plug holes in their budgets.
  • Israel defense chief appears to confirm Trump leaked intel

    Israel defense chief appears to confirm Trump leaked intel

    Economy

    Liberman didn't clarify how or to what extent Israel changed how it shares intelligence with the United States. Israel has criticised President Trump's $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia, undermining hopes that the two regional powers can forge a path to peace in the Middle East.
  • [LISTEN] MD explains General Motors exit from SA

    [LISTEN] MD explains General Motors exit from SA

    Economy

    South Africa manufacturing union, the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA ), said hundreds of 1,500 workers at GM South Africa will lose their jobs by July, after a decision announced last week by the vehicle firm to sell its local operations there.
  • Wall Street higher at open; Fed minutes awaited

    Wall Street higher at open; Fed minutes awaited

    Economy

    The Australian dollar, sometimes used as a proxy of China-related trades, eased slightly but reaction to the downgrade was also relatively subdued. Minutes from the Fed's last policy meeting showed policy makers agreed they should hold off on raising interest rates until it was clear a recent United States economic slowdown was temporary, although most said an increase was coming soon.
  • Best Buy quarterly comparable sales rise unexpectedly

    Best Buy quarterly comparable sales rise unexpectedly

    Economy

    Best Buy just reported an unexpected jump in comparable sales, at a time when many brick-and-mortar retailers are struggling to draw shoppers to stores. RBC Capital Markets maintained Best Buy Co Inc (NYSE: BBY ) rating on Wednesday, August 24. The company's revenue for the quarter was down 1.0% on a year-over-year basis.
  • Tillerson Holds Briefing In Saudi Arabia Without US Press

    Economy

    Trump's address Sunday was the centerpiece of his two-day visit to the kingdom, his first stop overseas as president. Iran's effort to attract about $100 billion to develop more than 50 oil and natural gas fields bogged down ahead of the May 19 presidential election .