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But the report found that Stumpf was notified of a problem at one of the bank's Colorado branches in 2002 that led to "mass termination" of bank employees, according to the report. That included the number of workers fired for unethical conduct. Lawyers for Ms Tolstedt, who declined to be interviewed for the investigation, rejected the report's findings.
  • The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (IPG)

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    A valuation metric for determining relative trade-off among price of a stock; The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. A number of brokerages recently issued reports on IPG. (NYSE:IPG) has been on a run - rising 4.14 percent in just three months. During the same period past year, the business earned $0.66 EPS. Its revenue totaled $2.26 billion up 17.41% from the previous quarter.
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    Donald Trump Forgot Which Country He Just Bombed

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    On his first visit to Moscow as Presdient Donald Trump's secretary of State, Tillerson said the two countries are unified on issues like stabilizing Syria and tackling worldwide terrorism. has described as a nerve gas attack that Assad's forces undoubtedly carried out. As Tillerson sat down for talks with Lavrov on Wednesday, a volley of statements, including from a senior Russian official, appeared timed to maximise the awkwardness during the first visit to Moscow by a member of ...
  • North Korea preparing for sixth nuclear test, monitoring group says

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    Moon Jae In, the front runner in the May 9 presidential election in South Korea , told local media that the South must negotiate with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to resolve the nuclear issue. The North has carried out five nuclear tests since 2006, two of them a year ago. "So long as we are with our supreme leader Marshall Kim Jong Un we are not afraid of anything", a woman who gave her name as Ri Hyon Sim told Reuters journalists, who were escorted by North Korean officials.
  • Pulitzer Prizes winners announced

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    The book examines the events that unfolded starting in September 9, 1971, when almost 1,300 prisoners took over the Attica Correctional Facility in upstate NY to protest years of mistreatment. Jim Morin of the Miami Herald for editorial cartoons that delivered sharp perspectives through flawless artistry, biting prose and crisp wit.
  • North Korea said to ready nuclear test as tensions climb

    North Korea said to ready nuclear test as tensions climb

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    Those joint exercises would take place as the U.S. armada passed through waters close to Japan, Reuters said. Meanwhile, North Korea said Monday it would "hold the USA wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences" if there was any further military action after the USS Carl Vinson arrives in the area of the Korean Peninsula.
  • What happened before man was dragged from United flight

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    Asked what the company would do in future if a seated passenger refused voluntarily to leave an overbooked plane, Mr Munoz said: "We're not going to put a law enforcement official to take them off". The department announced Wednesday that two more officers have been placed on leave. "That is not who are family at United is". As of Tuesday, Dao was still in a Chicago hospital from injuries he sustained when airport security snatched him from his seat aboard United Flight 3411 to Louisville, ...
  • Russia vetos UN resolution on Syria attack

    Russia vetos UN resolution on Syria attack

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    President Donald Trump declared Wednesday that U.S. -Russia ties "may be at an all-time low", and Tillerson struck a similar tone after a day of talks in Moscow. Security Council on Wednesday that the chemical attack on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun needs to be investigated and he asked how French experts determined who was responsible when nobody has visited the area.
  • China calls for calm as United States dispatches naval might to Korean waters

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    The USS Carl Vinson got its new sailing orders shortly thereafter - nearly certainly a message to China to act on the North Korean problem. Those fears seemed to be confirmed this month, after US President Donald Trump launched a surprise strike on a Syrian airfield and dispatched a naval battle group - which he described as "an armada" - to northern Asia.
  • Fallon: Russia responsible for gas attack deaths

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    Russian Federation warned on Friday that USA cruise missile strikes on a Syrian air base could have "extremely serious" consequences, as President Donald Trump's first major foray into a foreign conflict opened up a rift between Moscow and Washington , Reuters reported.