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What Are Analysts Report About Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE)

What Are Analysts Report About Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE)

Whitman will exit a much different company than the one she joined in 2011. The Company's segments include: Enterprise Group, Software, Financial Services and Corporate Investments. "I'm going to enjo...

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Uber Hack 'Raises Huge Concerns' With UK Data Regulator

Uber Hack 'Raises Huge Concerns' With UK Data Regulator

Dowling says mistakes and breaches are bound to happen in the technology field, and if they do the company should be honest about it. As the Wall Street Journal notes, the Securities and Exchange ...

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AT&T hit with antitrust lawsuit over Time Warner deal

AT&T hit with antitrust lawsuit over Time Warner deal

The lawsuit is the first major challenge to a merger by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump , who has repeatedly criticized Time Warner's CNN news unit and announced his opposition to t...

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Uber's massive Volvo order is a big self-driving step

Uber's massive Volvo order is a big self-driving step

Uber would then add its own software system to enable the cars to drive pilot-less. It would be the first of its kind. "We believe this is a new segment, a new business", said Hakan Samuelsson, the ...

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Bishop Dewane disappointed by House passage of tax cut bill

Bishop Dewane disappointed by House passage of tax cut bill

On Thursday, the House passed House Resolution 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act , to simplify and modernize our unwieldy tax code. "A simple, fair, and competitive tax code will be rocket fuel for our ...

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Meredith, Time Inc restart deal talks with Koch brothers' support

Meredith, Time Inc restart deal talks with Koch brothers' support

According to the report in The New York Times , the brothers have tentatively agreed to bolster Meredith's offer with an equity injection of more than $500 million and a deal may be unveiled as short...

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Police Have Several Leads After Fourth Person Killed In Unsolved Tampa Shootings

Police Have Several Leads After Fourth Person Killed In Unsolved Tampa Shootings

The suspect is a black man, about 6 feet to 6 feet 2 inches tall with a thin build. Dugan said he has a "unique walk" and posture in both videos . "And so we're just going to do our good police work ...

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Norway's $1tn wealth fund proposes ditching oil and gas investments

Norway's $1tn wealth fund proposes ditching oil and gas investments

Now, the fund is planning to dump oil and gas stocks. In a letter to the government, the bank said that if the world's largest sovereign wealth fund - commonly referred to as the "oil fund" - were...

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Keystone Pipeline leaks 210000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

Keystone Pipeline leaks 210000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

The cause was being investigated. The South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources heard about the leak at about 10:30 a.m. Thursday, ABC affiliate KSFY reported . The pipeline runs...

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#RWC2023 SA will most certainly bid next time, says Ramaphosa

#RWC2023 SA will most certainly bid next time, says Ramaphosa

The organisation had identified it as a "clear leader based on performance against the key criteria". "I would like to pay tribute to Ireland and South Africa for their dedication throughout a r...

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With spike in food, vegetable prices, retail inflation hits seven-month high

Meanwhile following the latest inflation data, "there was a very slight initial drop in the value of sterling as markets anticipate that inflation may not peak beyond 3.0 percent and future interest r...

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IEA oil demand forecast scaled back

IEA oil demand forecast scaled back

It expects global demand for oil to even rise in the decades ahead. Despite the cautious sentiment, traders said oil prices were unlikely to fall far, largely due to supply restrictions led by the O...

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Missouri launches investigation into Google's handling of consumer data

Missouri launches investigation into Google's handling of consumer data

Hawley noted Google has access to an estimated 70 percent of all card transactions in the United States, as well as online users' location, device information, cookie data, online queries and website ...

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U.S. corn production advances soybean production declines from October

U.S. corn production advances soybean production declines from October

That would be the most acres harvested in the state since 2011, when Colorado farmers harvested 1.3 million acres. USDA did not revise the average farm price range of $2.80 to $3.60 per bushel. Impo...

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JC Penney; Equifax — CORPORATE REPORT

JC Penney; Equifax — CORPORATE REPORT

Of the analysts who provided ratings, 11 rated the company a Hold, and 3 rated it a Strong Buy. Ellison said on Friday that J.C. Penney will not need to liquidate inventory again in the fourth quart...

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Kushner Chided Time Warner to Fire 20% of CNN Staff

Kushner Chided Time Warner to Fire 20% of CNN Staff

His FCC appointees, for example, have changed a rule that will allow deeply conservative Sinclair Broadcasting - the new owner of WNEP-TV - to reach up to 72 percent of USA households. "I do feel you ...

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Breakfast at Tiffany's - At long last, Fifth Avenue store opens a cafe

Breakfast at Tiffany's - At long last, Fifth Avenue store opens a cafe

According to Vanity Fair , diners at the Blue Box Cafe can enjoy simple, signature NY dishes. The Blue Box Café will serve American classics, for breakfast and lunch, and will also offer tea serv...

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Uber signs deal with NASA to develop flying taxis by 2020

Uber signs deal with NASA to develop flying taxis by 2020

Uber isn't the only one working on flying cars or a flying taxi service. "Uber's participation in NASA's UTM ( Unmanned Traffic Management ) Project will help the company's goal of starting demonstr...

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European Union asks for more details of Apple's tax affairs

European Union asks for more details of Apple's tax affairs

The records, shared by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists with the New York Times and other media partners , were obtained by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung . We...

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Broadcom proposes $130 billion deal to buy Qualcomm

But President Donald Trump appeared with Broadcom's chief Mr Tan last week, saying the company will relocate its legal base to the United States - a move which is expected to free Brocade's bid fr...

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India vs New Zealand, 2nd T20I

India vs New Zealand, 2nd T20I

Before that New Zealand had beaten India in five successive T20s. M.S. (Dhoni) was very good at the end. Now gets Sharma and the BLACKCAPS have both openers. Chahal was brought on by Kohli in the fi...

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George HW Bush blasts Trump in new book: 'I don't like him'

He also added that the current White House resident is driven more by "a certain ego" than by civil service. The comments are sure to escalate a long-running feud and come after George W. But Geor...

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Thomas jobless rate jumps to 6.3% in October

Thomas jobless rate jumps to 6.3% in October

Markets had expected the unemployment rate to remain unchanged. 2,100 more people claimed unemployment. More employers say positions are increasingly hard to fill amid a scarcity of skilled worker...

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Sask. unemployment drops, Canada's rate on the rise

Sask. unemployment drops, Canada's rate on the rise

The province as a whole also showed improvement, as B.C.'s unemployment rate fell to 4.9 per cent in October from 5.1 per cent the previous month and 5.8 per cent at the end of October 2016. Statscan ...

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New York's Halloween parade goes on amid heightened security

New York's Halloween parade goes on amid heightened security

Families still took their children trick-or-treating in lower Manhattan not far from the crime scene, where a man drove a truck into a crowd, killing at least eight people. De Blasio said that he ...

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