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But the struggling consumer electronics firm had trouble convincing Wall Street as it gave its first-quarter update after the market close Wednesday, the same day its stock hit an all-time low of 7.15. GoPro now projects it will be at the high end of guidance at around $210 million. GoPro announced today that they are reducing their workforce by about 270 employees.
  • SpaceX capsule returns space station science to Earth

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    The Dragon flew to the space station a month ago from the same Florida launch pad used for NASA's Apollo moon shots. One of SpaceX Dragon Capsules returned home by splashing down in the Pacific Ocean on Sunday, March 19. Several external payloads were removed from the space station and placed in the Dragon's trunk for disposal. SpaceX's robotic Dragon capsule brought tons of cargo back down to Earth from the International Space Station today, in a trip that ended with a Pacific Ocean ...
  • Nintendo Doubles Switch Production Due to High Demand

    Nintendo Doubles Switch Production Due to High Demand

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    After the news broke earlier today about the production increase, Nintendo's stock rose 1.69%. Nintendo appears confident that the Switch's popularity will remain strong in the coming months, and shareholders are sharing that optimism.
  • Will Power, Chevy continue IndyCar St. Petersburg qualifying dominance

    Will Power, Chevy continue IndyCar St. Petersburg qualifying dominance

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    Pagenaud had an uncharacteristically bad qualifying effort, taking the renumbered No. 1 PPG Automotive Refinish Team Penske Chevrolet to 14th on the grid. Six years after he last raced under the Dale Coyne Racing banner, Sebastien Bourdais strung together a near-perfect performance, driving from his last-place starting position to victory lane in today's Firestone Grand Prix of St.
  • Seattle synagogue targeted by anti-Semitic vandalism

    Seattle synagogue targeted by anti-Semitic vandalism

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    Weiner says it "really is a toxic mix of Holocaust denial, the stereotypical charge that Jews are obsessed with money, and the notion coming from the (President Trump) administration that all facts are fungible. He describes vandalism at Temple De Hirsch Sinai as "the latest in a wave of anti-Semitic threats against our state's Jewish community". "That's been going on probably since the end of World War II", Weiner said.
  • Adele continues romantic tradition of having couples get engaged on stage

    Adele continues romantic tradition of having couples get engaged on stage

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    When Chris said "yes", the crowd erupted into applause and the newly engaged couple kissed and were embraced by Adele . Adele performing at Etihad Stadium on Saturday in Melbourne. "I know you work here but can you please stop telling people to sit down?" She told her Melbourne audience she avoids the paparazzi "like the plague".
  • Trump's Budget Puts Health Stocks Under Pressure

    Trump's Budget Puts Health Stocks Under Pressure

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    NIH funds medical research, including about 300,000 scientists at universities. "It's not just bad for MA, it's bad for the country", Baker said , calling the NIH proposal "particularly alarming". Although the proposed budget slashes spending for the arts, environmental protection and social services, Mulvaney described what he calls its "compassion".
  • Trump's $1.1tr budget seeks to boost military

    Trump's $1.1tr budget seeks to boost military

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    The proposals must still be agreed by Congress, which is controlled by Mr Trump's Republican party, although he has faced opposition from within its ranks to his more outlandish statements and policies. Numerous cuts it proposes are transparently created to play to Trump's populist constituency rather than save any meaningful amount of money. Trade unions, including the American Federation of Government Employees - the largest federal employee union - have been highly critical.
  • Shaq also believes the Earth is flat

    Shaq also believes the Earth is flat

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    The Hall of Famer was discussing the theory last month after Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving made a similar claim during an interview prior to the NBA's All-Star Weekend. A good example is the fact O'Neal brought up - that Columbus discovered America, despite native Americans settling here centuries before. In 2000, he went back to school to complete his Bachelor's Degree.
  • GOP Sen. Dean Heller Won't Support Health Bill

    GOP Sen. Dean Heller Won't Support Health Bill

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    John Thune, R-S.D., a member of party leadership, want to change the bill to make refundable tax credits more generous for older, lower income Americans . Chairman Diane Black of Tennessee will hear about a half-dozen procedural motions during the hearing Thursday before moving to vote on the legislation, where conservative rank-and-file Republicans will have their shot to steal the national spotlight.
  • Now, get iPhone SE for just Rs 19999

    Now, get iPhone SE for just Rs 19999

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    In essence, you pay Rs 24,999 for the 16GB iPhone SE, and after the cash back, the effective price comes down to Rs 19,999. This is the first time an Apple iPhone is sold at a lower price than that of the U.S. The cashback will be posted back "within 90 days". The iPhone SE cash back offer is not open to American Express customers. Also, only one iPhone SE can be purchased per card under this offer and if you are looking to grab the iPhone SE on EMI using your debit card or credit card, this ...