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Author: 0 Deutsche Bank cuts another 1000 jobs

Shares rose about 1 percent in afternoon trade, spiking briefly on an unconfirmed report that Qatar was considering increasing its stake if the bank seeks to raise capital. Deutsche Bank has been in crisis mode since a United States demand last month for a $14-billion fine for selling toxic mortgage bonds sparked fears over the lender's financial health, sending its share price plummeting to a record low.

Author: 0 Governor: Full service back after weekend train derailment

Andrew Cuomo says he's hopeful workers can clear one of two tracks on the Long Island Rail Road's main line for the Monday morning commute. Nassau County Police said it received a call around 9 p.m. "We felt like we could actually completely tilt over while it was happening". The work train reportedly caught fire after the collision. Service was disrupted on the Ronkonkoma, Port Jefferson and Oyster Bay lines.

Author: 0 AT&T might permanently drop Galaxy Note 7 sales

Two days earlier, a phone believed to be a replacement Note 7 caught fire on board a Southwest Airlines flight - prompting another inquiry by the U.S. The company might also provide customers with full refunds, if they request them. Amidst the alleged explosion of a safe Galaxy Note 7, there are talks that Samsung might ultimately decide to discontinue their flagship phablet.

Author: 0 Columbus Day being set aside in favor of honoring Native Americans

The movement towards embracing Indigenous Peoples' Day started in Berkeley, CA. It wasn't until his third journey across the Atlantic Ocean that he realized he wasn't visiting Asia, but the New World. According to The Washington Post , that makes for at least 28 cities that have made a decision to forego celebrating Columbus in favor of native populations.

Money Mylan to pay $465M settlement over Medicaid EpiPen rebates
Author: 0 Mylan to pay $465M settlement over Medicaid EpiPen rebates

Under its drug rebate program, Medicaid requires pharmaceutical companies that want to have their medications covered to agree to pay rebates to Medicaid, with the money being split by the federal and state governments that jointly run the system.

Author: 0 Donald Trump 'just trying to look macho'

With only 32 days left in the election, it's unclear to what extent the explosive Trump tape will affect Trump's standing with evangelical leaders and the voters for whom they serve as a conduit. "I'm hoping that Trump will withdraw". Iowa evangelical leader Bob Vander Plaats, the Family Leader president who campaigned for Ted Cruz in the Iowa caucuses, had a sharper critique.

Author: 0 Clinton cited Lincoln on political deals

But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. Clinton brought up Lincoln when she was asked in the debate about a leaked speech transcript in which she described the need to have a "public" and "private" view as a politician.

Author: 0 Yahoo doesn't deny it scanned users' emails

Apart from user account details being hacked, Yahoo themselves scanned millions of users email accounts for United Stated (US) intelligence agency. A Google spokesperson stated, " We've never received such a request, but if we did, our response would be simple: 'No way '".

Money Canada sees job increase of 67000 in September
Author: 0 Canada sees job increase of 67000 in September

The economy created 67,200 new jobs last month, handily topping the increase of 10,000 that analysts had forecast. Canadian employment grew by the most in more than four years in September, signaling lower interest rates may not be needed to sustain a sluggish recovery from the commodities bust.

Money Votes on Raising New Jersey Gas Tax Delayed Until Friday
Author: 0 Votes on Raising New Jersey Gas Tax Delayed Until Friday

Mr. Christie, however, said he wanted deeper tax cuts and proposed $1.8 billion in reductions by fiscal 2021, including a lowering of the state sales tax to 6% from 7%. SNJ Today is a Southern New Jersey news and information source based in Millville, New Jersey that is dedicated to providing current stories related specifically to South Jersey .

Author: 0 Oil eases as Iran, Libya output rises hit OPEC deal momentum

A crude oil trader informed that prices climbed as Iran~s President Hassan Rouhani urged a decision to increase oil prices and stabilize the market. The Algiers deal signals the end of Saudi Arabia's two-year strategy to pump enough oil to protect its global market share. Last week, it was widely reported that OPEC member nations had reached a pact to limit oil production beginning in November.

Money Airline industry agrees to cut carbon emissions
Author: 0 Airline industry agrees to cut carbon emissions

The United States and other nations that together contribute more than 80% of the world's aviation emissions have volunteered to begin abiding by the new restrictions starting in 2021. Governments must present national plans to reduce emissions to limit global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit).

Author: 0 Twitter surges after report that it may be on the block

According to a report from CNBC , Twitter wants to sell. - Just when you thought this was an ordinary Friday, one of the world's biggest social media platforms has seemingly chose to enter into talks with Google about a possible sale, Digital Spy said.

Author: 0 Yahoo 'snooped on users' emails and passed data to the NSA'

It was not known whether other USA email providers received similar requests from the intelligence community. Yahoo didn't deny the initial Reuters report on Tuesday, but on Wednesday characterized it as "misleading" in a carefully worded statement.

Money World finance leaders seek to address anti-trade backlash
Author: 0 World finance leaders seek to address anti-trade backlash

Trump has also vowed to crack down on illegal immigration. "And we have to make growth more equitable, and more sustainable". "We gain a lot of efficiency from globalization, from free trade, but also we have to see the problem of the growth is not even, income distribution is not even".

Author: 0 NJ train crash investigators recover data, video recorders

Months before Thursday's deadly train crash, federal rail officials found dozens of violations during an audit that focused on NJ Transit's safety and operations, a US official told The Associated Press. CNN asked New Jersey Transit about the event recorder that was recovered, but a representative said "we are going to decline comment due to the ongoing NTSB investigation".

Money Holiday sales expected to be up 3.6 percent
Author: 0 Holiday sales expected to be up 3.6 percent

The International Council of Shopping Centers also gave a rosy projection, forecasting a 3.3% spending increase at physical stores, compared with a 2.2% gain in sales previous year. Consumer spending patterns have been shifting from the accumulation of goods normally bought in retail stores to services and experiences like travel, entertainment and food.

Author: 0 With trial underway, testimony of Harris' ex-wife looms large

Kilgore said Harris commented and looked for a large amount of information on a variety of matters, including but not limited to: coffee enemas, MacBooks, homework, Panama City Beach and bikinis. Cobb County assistant district attorney Chuck Boring spoke for 90 minutes during his opening statement to the jury in the Justin Ross Harris trial .

Money Britain extends guarantee to replace EU funding after Brexit
Author: 0 Britain extends guarantee to replace EU funding after Brexit

Auto maker Nissan Motor Co.NSANY -1.37 % last week said it may scrap a major investment in the United Kingdom without more clarity on nation's plans for post-exit trade relations with the EU. "There are many countries saying to us privately that they want very strong continued trade links with Britain". Mr. Hammond has already ditched Mr.

Author: 0 Clinton ahead of Trump after 1st presidential debate

Paleologos said. This was despite the fact the majority of polls deemed Hillary Clinton the victor of Monday night's showdown - the first of three - with pundits praising the Democratic nominee's preparedness for the debate, compared to Trump's free-wheeling style.

Money Spurs end Guardiola's flawless EPL start by beating Man City
Author: 0 Spurs end Guardiola's flawless EPL start by beating Man City

A draw will see both sides continue their unbeaten run. "When you need to make a correction, when you just need one to change, he is there". Pep Guardiola has warned the rest of the Premier League that his Manchester City team is only going to get better and that he is open to staying beyond the three years in his contract.

Author: 0 Christie, Giuliani: If Trump didn't pay taxes, he's 'genius'

And Trump really did pay zero , or almost zero, in federal income taxes in 1978, 1979, 1984, 1991, and 1993. "It also said the tax documents-which it referred to as an "alleged tax document", had been "illegally obtained". The $916 million loss certainly could have eliminated any federal income taxes Mr. Trump otherwise would have owed on the $50,000 to $100,000 he was paid for each episode of " The Apprentice ", or the roughly $45 million he was paid between 1995 and 2009 when he ...

Money OPEC deal shows cartel's resolve - and desperation
Author: 0 OPEC deal shows cartel's resolve - and desperation

Brent Crude Oil Futures Prices increased by 5.92 percent to $48.69 per barrel on the same day. The treatment for those three countries, which are all seeking to significantly ramp up production, remains an uncertainty, said Yergin, vice chairman of IHS Markit.

Author: 0 Seoul says North Korean soldier crosses the border to defect

The THAAD system is created to intercept short, medium and intermediate ballistic missiles at the terminal incoming stage. The golf course now owned by South Korea's Lotte business group is also within Seongju county , but located farther away from residential areas.

Author: 0 NightSide - Obama Handed His First Override

Republicans in Congress were eager to deliver a rebuke to the White House with their first-ever win in a veto showdown against Obama. But regardless of what happens, any unintended consequences of Congress' veto override can certainly be mitigated through further legislation or good diplomacy.

Money More concerns regarding Alberta's minimum wage hike
Author: 0 More concerns regarding Alberta's minimum wage hike

He is asking government to increase the minimum wage immediately and commit to a series of increases over the next three years. Tipped workers are slated to receive a minimum of $4.08 an hour starting next year - a bump of 3 cents. The rate depends on a worker's age and whether they are an apprentice. Brittany Lennox, MUNSU's Director of External Affairs, Communications & Research, referred to NL having the lowest minimum wage in the country as "atrocious".

Money Vancouver Police find the body of Natsumi Kogawa
Author: 0 Vancouver Police find the body of Natsumi Kogawa

Police announced Friday that the body of 30-year-old Natsumi Kogawa was found on the grounds of an empty heritage mansion in the city's West End. Kogawa's body was discovered at the historic downtown building known as the Gabriola Mansion shortly before 7 p.m.

Author: 0 Former Christie campaign staffer among bridge case witnesses

Patrick Foye, executive Director of the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey, leaves the Martin Luther King Jr. federal courthouse, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016 in Newark, N.J. Baroni and Christie's former deputy chief of staff, Bridget Kelly, are accused of reducing access lanes to the bridge and face fraud, conspiracy and civil rights charges.

Author: 0 Renault-Nissan CEO at Paris Auto Show: Diesel Isn't Dead Yet

A raft of BMW Mini- or Fiat 500-style options allows for much personalisation, including various lurid colours and trim options, all conceived in Nissan's Paddington London design centre. The first powerplant is a tiny 0.9-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, producing 66kW of power and 140Nm of torque (150Nm on overboost).

Money Peppered with questions, Wells Fargo CEO seemed taken aback
Author: 0 Peppered with questions, Wells Fargo CEO seemed taken aback

Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf appeared for his Senate hearing today with a lengthy apology and plan for combating backlash following the bank's recent scandal . The fraudulent accounts were known since 2013, but Stumpf touted the bank's decision to hire consultants to help determine the scope of the problem. John Stumpf, the CEO of Wells Fargo Bank, one of the nation's biggest "too-big-to-fail" banks, is showing us the way in to this bright new stand-up world.

Money Active Runners - Skyline Medical, (NASDAQ:SKLN), Celgene Corporation, (NASDAQ:CELG)
Author: 0 Active Runners - Skyline Medical, (NASDAQ:SKLN), Celgene Corporation, (NASDAQ:CELG)

Following the completion of the transaction, the director now directly owns 42,919 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $4,897,057.90. Celldex Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLDX) announced on September 23, 2016, that Anthony Marucci, Co-founder, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Thomas Davis, M.D., Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, will participate in a fireside chat at the Leerink Partners Rare Disease & Immuno-Oncology Roundtable on Thursday, ...

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