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Farron: Lib Dems will not enter coalition government

Farron: Lib Dems will not enter coalition government

Asked why he had not been clear earlier, Mr Farron said: "I was asked the question early on and I didn't want to get into a sort of series of questions unpicking the theology of the Bible". "Otherwise they will face a vicious backlash in the election - we know these voters are open to the Liberal Democrats". "This had become a talking point, an issue, and in that case if people have got the wrong impression of what I think about on these issues, then that's something it's right you ... Read More

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Dutch Economic Affairs minister says still opposed to Akzo Nobel takeover

Dutch Economic Affairs minister says still opposed to Akzo Nobel takeover

It said in a statement Monday that it " will carefully review and consider this proposal " which it said was " a third unsolicited and conditional proposal " from PPG. "Elliott therefore believes that friendly discussions now are in the best interest of all stakeholders". The latest offer represents a premium of around 50% over AkzoNobel's share price back in March, before PPG's first bid was made public. Read More

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Chappell leads in Texas

Chappell leads in Texas

Like many before him in Round 3, Chappell struggled on the front nine. NOTES: There have not been multiple leaders at the Valero Texas Open after 54 holes since 1993 when Jay Haas, Bob Lohr, Tom Lehman and Dan Forsman shared the lead at Oak Hills. Read More

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Bebe to close all 175 stores

Bebe to close all 175 stores

Same-store sales for the quarter that ended December 31, 2016, plunged 10.5%. Bebe did not immediately return messages from CNNMoney asking whether it plans to go out of business or transition to online-only. Net sales for the formerly profitable Bebe were $101.9 million in the second quarter of the 2017 fiscal year, a decrease of 16.8 percent from $122.4 million reported for the second quarter a year ago. Read More

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Who gained the most today? American Express Company : AXP

Who gained the most today? American Express Company : AXP

The performance for recent week is -2.19% and the performance for three months is at -0.65%. This showed the surprise of -2.8% in the last quarter earnings. Over the trailing year, the stock is underperforming the S&P 500 by -18.5%, and it's gotten there by action that has been less volatile on a day-to-day basis than most other stocks on the exchange. Read More

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Morgan Stanley Q1 Profit & Revenue Blow Away Expectations

Morgan Stanley Q1 Profit & Revenue Blow Away Expectations

Zacks Investment Research also rated the stock with a value of 2.25. It was the second day in a row that a weak report from a single company pulled the Dow sharply lower, as Goldman Sachs did on Tuesday. Its Target Price was fixed at 47.24 at an IPO Date of 2/23/1993. It fell $1.96, or 3.6 percent, to $52.93 per barrel in London. Ford and General Motors both rose about 1 percent and Tesla gained nearly 2 percent. Read More

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Duke's Grayson Allen to return for senior season

Duke's Grayson Allen to return for senior season

Allen, a 6-5, 200-pound guard from Jacksonville, Fla., was projected by mock draft websites as a late first-round or early second-round pick. Grayson Allen will be Duke's most experienced player next season. "I love being a Duke student - and continuing to be part of the university culture is something I don't take for granted". Allen's junior season was a disappointment. Read More

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Hat-trick hero Ronaldo first to 100 Champions League goals

Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said after the match that Neuer sustained the injury as Real scored one of Cristiano Ronaldo's goals which fired them into the semifinals, and suggested that the goalkeeper would miss the rest of the domestic season and also the build-up to the Confederations Cup, which begins in Russian Federation on June 17. Read More

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Arconic CEO Klaus Kleinfeld steps down

Arconic CEO Klaus Kleinfeld steps down

ACHES AND PAINS: Eli Lilly and Incyte stumbled after the Food and Drug Administration refused to approve their much-anticipated pill for the immune disorder rheumatoid arthritis. Netflix climbed 3% to 147.25 U.S. dollars (£117) on Monday, but slumped 1.5% in aftermarket trading as it did not gain as many subscribers in the first quarter as investors hoped and its profit guidance also fell short of analyst estimates. Read More

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Uno, dos, tres, Garcias! White Sox OF filled with Garcias

Uno, dos, tres, Garcias! White Sox OF filled with Garcias

Left fielder Willy Garcia was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte to fill in while Melky Cabrera is on paternity leave. Cabrera is expected to rejoin the White Sox when they open a series at the New York Yankees on Monday night. All three Alous did not start together in any of the games, however. Steady showers fell again in the second and third innings, but the teams were able to keep playing through it. Read More

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Uber denies stealing Google technology

Uber denies stealing Google technology

Levandowski is now the head of all of Uber's self-driving efforts. US District Judge William Alsup has said, however, that he will not accept Uber's defence of being unable to find the files as a reason not to grant the injunction. "You have got to do more than what you are telling me". The court war is among two technology giant companies, Waymo and Uber relating to the self-driven auto technology. Read More

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China's Consumer Inflation Heats Up to 0.9% in March

China's Consumer Inflation Heats Up to 0.9% in March

Factory gate inflation "has eased", NBS analyst Sheng Guoqing said in a statement, noting that March's figure fell back from a 7.8 per cent increase in February after five months of expansion. Meanwhile, the number in work rose by 39,000 to a new high of 31.8 million, representing an employment rate of 74.6 per cent, the joint highest since records began in 1971. Read More

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KFC to stop using chickens raised with human antibiotics

KFC to stop using chickens raised with human antibiotics

The fast-food chain said the change will be completed by the end of next year at its almost 4,200 restaurants in the US, thus becoming the latest company to switch to more natural and healthy food product. Brands which owns the quick service restaurant. ( YUM ), said it is also in the process of removing artificial colors and flavors from certain menu items by the end of 2018. Read More

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Phil Mickelson Paid $2M For His Gambling Habit

Phil Mickelson Paid $2M For His Gambling Habit

Attorney for the Southern District of NY. At one point , assistant US attorney Brooke Cucinella told the jury, Walters purchased 1.5 million shares of Dean Foods just minutes after Davis left him a phone message telling him the company was spinning off part of its business and was about to report a surprisingly robust earnings announcement. Read More

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Lok Sabha passes Taxation Laws Bill

Lok Sabha passes Taxation Laws Bill

The Goods and Services Tax bills was on Thursday passed in the Rajya Sabha. GST is a unified tax that will subsume all indirect taxes. "Yesterday, the former Prime Minister advised me not to move the amendment as it will disturb the fine consensus that has been arrived at in the GST Council". Read More

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Trump signs repeal of US broadband privacy rules

Another campaign , started by Misha Collins of Los Angeles, has raised more than $81,000 toward a goal of publicizing the internet history only of lawmakers who voted in favor of killing the FCC privacy rules. These rules also required broadband providers to take reasonable measures to protect customer information, although those weren't spelled out. Gigi Sohn, counselor for former FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, stated that the repeal means that all these companies can now sell user data and ... Read More

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Free Cone Day 2017

Free Cone Day 2017

Ben & Jerry's. - AFP picNEW YORK, April 4 - Free Cone Day is back. Not sure. But if you're desperate to get your free cone fix, you'd better be prepared to venture out of Zone 1 tomorrow. Free Cone Day is a great time to move out of your ice cream comfort zone. If you're craving something sweet, you can stop by one ice cream parlor in Charlottesville for a free treat. Read More

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Cacti Asset Management LLC Has $292000 Position in Ford Motor Company (F)

Cacti Asset Management LLC Has $292000 Position in Ford Motor Company (F)

GM sees the the industry's annualised sales pace, adjusted for seasonal trends, accelerating to 17 million for the month, trailing analysts' estimates for a rate of 17.2 million. Toyota , Ford, Fiat Chrysler and Honda each reported sales declines for March, all due to tumbling auto sales. However, Ford's fleet sales still generated 33% of total sales, which is a bit high - GM, by comparison, only generated 20% of its March sales from fleet segments. Read More

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Letter calling for second Scottish independence referendum to arrive at Downing Street

The results of the UK's Brexit referendum last June have called the union's future into question, with England and Wales voting to leave the EU but Scotland and Northern Ireland voting to stay. Scotland rejected independence by 55-45 percent in a September 2014 referendum, though the vote energised Scottish politics and support for the Scottish National Party has surged since then. Read More

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Trump to sign executive orders targeting trade abuses

Trump to sign executive orders targeting trade abuses

The president signed the orders out of sight of the media , CNN reported . Democratic Ohio members of Congress who have called for a tougher stance on trade said Trump's actions are inadequate. But a World Bank report contradicts that claim: The report found that the weighted average US tariff in 2012 was 1.6 percent. "The tweet is trying to set low expectations", said Dollar, now a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Read More

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Nuclear Triad can be taken two ways (Letters)

Intelligence experts disagree with McFarland's assessment and say North Korea's ability to launch a nuclear missile is at least "years away". "This is something this administration is making a priority and this is something that we absolutely expect China and Russian Federation to respond to", Haley said. Read More

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