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  • Jerry Rice reacts to Colin Kaepernick controversy

    Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman defended his NFC West foe for speaking his mind but said the QB "could have picked a better platform". Kelly said he will pick a starter for the regular season opener against Los Angeles on September 12 sometime after Thursday night's game.

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  • España rebasa por primera vez 42 millones de turistas extranjeros hasta julio

    España rebasa por primera vez 42 millones de turistas extranjeros hasta julio

    De los 42,3 millones de turistas extranjeros llegados durante los siete primeros meses, 34,6 millones aterrizó en los aeropuertos españoles, un 12,6 % más que en el mismo periodo de 2015. La tendencia positiva ha continuado en uno de los meses más importantes en cuanto a la afluencia de turistas, tras alcanzar el récord de 32,8 millones de visitas en los seis primeros meses del año.

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  • Short Interest Update on Spirit Realty Capital (SRC)

    Short Interest Update on Spirit Realty Capital (SRC)

    The formula to calculate ratio is stock's latest price/ per share earnings. Receive News & Ratings Via Email - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts' ratings with MarketBeat.com's FREE daily email newsletter .

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  • Migrant arrivals to Greek islands jump to highest in weeks

    Migrant arrivals to Greek islands jump to highest in weeks

    The Greek coast guard said only that a Turkish national had been arrested on Tuesday after being rescued along with six migrants from a boat off the Greek island of Chios. No rejected asylum seekers have been sent back. Last week, seven other Turkish citizens, four in Greek city of Alexandroupolis and three in Rhodes Island, sought asylum in Greece.

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  • Oil prices extend gains on Saudi minister's comments

    Oil prices extend gains on Saudi minister's comments

    The members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are expected to meet on the sidelines of the International Energy Forum (IEF) in Algeria, this September. The announcement was seen as a hint OPEC could take action to stabilise the crude market, amid rumours it may freeze output. As The Wall Street Journal reports, "A lack of an oversupply would eliminate a central truth of the oil market for the past two years, when prices collapsed because of a flood of new crude ...

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  • Ireland To Appeal EC's Apple Tax Ruling Decision

    Ireland To Appeal EC's Apple Tax Ruling Decision

    But under deals the company struck with the Irish government as far back as 1991, it was allowed to split these profits between its Ireland branch and an Apple head office that existed only on paper. In a letter on Apple's website, Cook says the company has followed the law since it opened its factory in Cork, Ireland, almost 36 years ago. Beyond the obvious targeting of Apple, the most profound and harmful effect of this ruling will be on investment and job creation in Europe.

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  • Reservas internacionales presentan nueva baja semanal

    Reservas internacionales presentan nueva baja semanal

    El Banco de México ( Banxico ) informó que las reservas internacionales disminuyeron 171 millones de dólares (mdd) durante la semana que finalizó el 26 de agosto del presente año. La compra de dólares del Gobierno Federal al Banco de México por 41 millones de dólares. Por lo tanto, los activos internacionales del país se ubicaron en 176 mil 348 millones de dólares el viernes pasado.

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  • Nearly 10000 workers sue Chipotle for unpaid wages

    Nearly 10000 workers sue Chipotle for unpaid wages

    The suit, Turner v. Chipotle , is the largest class action Chipotle has faced. A former Chipotle employee who did not join the lawsuit says that he was regularly made to work extra without pay. Some say they were not paid for five or more hours a week. A majority of the complaints concern employee activity near closing time. According to CNNMoney , Chipotle branches automatically clock workers out by 12:30 a.m.in most places, but workers are alleging that they are often made to stay ...

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  • Al municipio Libertador no entrarán los violentos — Jorge Rodríguez

    Al municipio Libertador no entrarán los violentos — Jorge Rodríguez

    Rodríguez ratificó que no van a permitir actos violentos en el municipio Libertador, porque en su opinión la oposición pretende alterar el orden público por mandato de los Estados Unidos. "El pueblo de Caracas salió a la calle a decir que ama la paz, que defiende la Constitución y acompaña al presidente Maduro en su esfuerzo por hacer frente a la guerra económica", apuntó.

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  • Fed's Fischer on rates: Can't say 'one and done'

    Fed's Fischer on rates: Can't say 'one and done'

    Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer, in an interview with Bloomberg TV on Tuesday, said the US job market is close to full strength and the pace of interest rate hikes will depend on how well the economy is doing. A healthy jobs report will likely add more weight to the argument to increase interest rates. Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.9 percent to 23,028.02, while the Shanghai Composite inched up 0.2 percent to 3,074.68.

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  • Stocks Stage Post-Yellen Rally With September Rate Hike in Focus

    Stocks Stage Post-Yellen Rally With September Rate Hike in Focus

    Gold fell on Tuesday after Federal Reserve officials sounded a hawkish note on interest rates, boosting the dollar, while attention turned to US payrolls data this week for further clues on the pace of rate hikes. "We see the possibility of the United States rate hike in December, should the number of jobs not increase by more than 200,000 in August from the month before", said Lee Sang-jae, an economist at Eugene Investment & Securities, noting that the job data will be out early September.

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  • SEC Doles Out $22M Whistleblower Award

    SEC Doles Out $22M Whistleblower Award

    Tips from whistleblowers have increased from 3,001 in fiscal year 2012 - the first full fiscal year that the Whistleblower Office was in operation - to almost 4,000 last year, an approximately 30 percent increase. The award represents more than 28 percent of the total penalty and almost the 30 percent maximum allowed under the SEC's bounty program for payments higher than $1 million, Meissner said.

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  • Tropical Depression 8 nears North Carolina; could become tropical storm today

    Tropical Depression Nine , now about 310 miles west of Key West, Fla., could strengthen by Thursday and move across central Florida, also affecting the George and SC coast. Petersburg area of Florida were hauling out sandbags Monday to offer residents amid predictions of heavy rains. The system was moving to the north-northwest at 5 miles per hour.

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  • Uber snags Target exec Jeff Jones

    Uber snags Target exec Jeff Jones

    Since 2009, the company has aggressively expanded to more than 450 cities, at times steamrolling regulators and launching campaigns against local lawmakers. Uber's global operations span dozens of countries and about 1.5 million drivers. Jones' hire marks a change for Ryan Graves , who has been at Uber since 2010 and ran the company's operations and global expansion.

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  • Mineros asalariados de Bolivia piden revertir cooperativas al Estado

    Mineros asalariados de Bolivia piden revertir cooperativas al Estado

    El secretario ejecutivo de la Federación Sindical de Trabajadores Mineros de Bolivia, Orlando Gutiérrez, informó este viernes que se decidió tomar en los "próximos minutos" las oficinas de los cooperativistas mineros ubicadas en la Corporación Minera de Bolivia (Comibol), para exigir el cambio de los representantes de ese sector en esa institución.

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  • Canadian markets advance as investors await Fed speech

    Canadian markets advance as investors await Fed speech

    The materials group, which includes precious and base metals miners and fertilizer companies, lost 2.9 percent. Raw-materials stocks bounced after wiping out a 2.2 per cent climb, while commodities producers from Potash Corp. Federal Reserve. The S&P 500 index showed 27 new 52-week highs and 1 new low, while the Nasdaq recorded 86 new highs and 10 new lows. Meanwhile health-care stocks are up 18 percent for the biggest advance, led by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.'s 37 percent ...

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  • Microsoft Corporation's (MSFT) — Trader's Focus

    Microsoft Corporation's (MSFT) — Trader's Focus

    A EVP, CFO in the company, Hood Amy, on Monday August 08, 2016 collected $6,943,200 from the sale of 120,000 shares at a per-share price of $57.97. One week ago, shares have been suggested as "BUY" from "2" brokerage firms and recommended as "Strong Buy" by "15" brokerage firms.

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  • US Meets Goal of Admitting 10000 Syrian Refugees in a Year

    As of March, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees had submitted more than 32,000 Syrians to the USA for resettlement consideration. The milestone comes more than a month ahead of schedule, and despite congressional concerns that the administration doesn't have the capacity to vet the influx of refugees.

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  • France's Hollande: EU-US trade deal won't happen this year

    In Britain, the failure of TTIP "may strengthen the Brexiteers' argument that the United Kingdom will be more nimble on its own, as it will not have to co-ordinate 27 European Union countries' individual desires into one combined European Union effort", says the Daily Telegraph .

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  • Bond bulls stay cold to new RBI governor

    While the outgoing RBI governor is known as somebody who openly took on the government's critical reform initiatives in a year ago or so, Patel is known as someone who has so far mainly stuck to his mandate and commented mostly on monetary policy-related issues.

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  • Strict take on 'net neutrality' by EU telecom regulators

    Strict take on 'net neutrality' by EU telecom regulators

    Article 3 includes "measures meant to safeguard open internet access" such as requiring internet service providers to "treat all traffic equally", according to today's guidelines, and Article 4 lays out transparency obligations for internet service providers.

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  • 10000th Syrian refugee will arrive in the US Monday

    The Syrian refugee program has been controversial, many Republican lawmakers warn extremists could use it to get into the country . Audio clip: Listen to audio clip . official. The IRC provides opportunities for refugees, political asylum seekers, and other immigrants to thrive in the U.S. "The achievement of the 10,000 target proves what is possible, and there remains an urgent need to further strengthen US leadership in resettling refugee families ― with appropriate vetting ― fleeing ...

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  • Contact lenses deliver medicine straight to the eyeball

    Contact lenses deliver medicine straight to the eyeball

    Eye drops can't fix the damage but they can stop it from getting worse. Scientists have tried to make drug-dispensing contact lenses before, but have struggled to control the rate at which the medicine is released. Because the eyedrops of a medication known as latanoprost can cause stinging and burning and simply be hard to administer, some studies have shown that up to 50 percent of patients fail to comply with the dosage requirements.

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  • Girl finds stolen Olympic medal in trash

    Girl finds stolen Olympic medal in trash

    Somebody broke into his auto in June and stole it. In June, Olympic canoe racer Joe Jacobi's vehicle was broken into and someone stole the gold medal that he won at the 1992 Olympics in Spain, WSB-TV reports . Her father told media that he only noticed what she was holding when she started tossing it around like a Frisbee. Jacobi is sill missing the silver metallic base on which the medal sits and the ribbon attached.

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  • Allegiant Air to offer two more nonstop destinations out of Pittsburgh airport

    Allegiant Air to offer two more nonstop destinations out of Pittsburgh airport

    The route to Austin will kick off on February 17 and will cost $44 or more each way if the traveler books before September 2. Flights will operate once a week from December 17 to April 22, 2017. "We're very excited to add several new routes to the Allegiant route map today", Chief Operating Officer Jude Bricker said in a statement. Since then, it has added service to Albuquerque, N.M.; Cincinnati , Ohio; Orlando, Fla.; and Memphis, Tenn.

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  • Rupee trades lower at 67.18 against USA dollar

    The market sold-off on Friday after Fischer suggested there may be as many as two rate hikes before the end of the year. Market views on the timing of the next US rate hike took a sharp turn after the Federal Reserve's annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this past weekend.

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  • Llegarán a México restos de cantautor Juan Gabriel

    Llegarán a México restos de cantautor Juan Gabriel

    El cadáver fue trasladado a la funeraria sin necesidad de una autopsia, de acuerdo con el forense del condado de Los Angeles . El comunicado agrega que la familia informará en los próximos días más detalles de la muerte y del funeral de Juan Gabriel , pero pidió a la prensa y al público que le den tiempo para "llorar su pérdida".

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  • Mylan tries again to quell pricing outrage by offering generic EpiPen

    Mylan tries again to quell pricing outrage by offering generic EpiPen

    The generic brand that could hit the market at a $300 cost would still be three times higher than the cost of the EpiPen in 2007-when Mylan assumed rights to the product. The auto-injection device, which contains the hormone epinephrine, expires after a year. Parents doing back-to-school preparations encountered sticker shock at pharmacy counters this month and began protesting to politicians and on social media, leading to an uproar in an election year when drug prices already are a hot ...

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