Donald Trump slams Democrats' 'deranged partisan crusades' but says they will suffer 'crushing defeat'
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The search terms 'corona beer' and 'corona beer virus' have surged on Google in the recent week as the outbreak continues to spread and claim lives.
Silicon Valley VC 7BC Venture Capital has decided to make an incursion into Europe, recruiting its first venture partner in the UK. Monty Munford was previously a freelance journalist, conference speaker and columnist contributing to Forbes, The Telegraph, The Economist, BBC Newsweek and Wired, among others.
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McDonald's ended 2019 on a high note despite internal turmoil at the company that led to the ouster of its CEO in November. The burger giant said Wednesday it surpassed $100 billion in annual sales for the first time, and notched its highest same-store sales in more than a decade, with growth in all of its global regions. McDonald's shares rose 1% to $213.04 in premarket trading.
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Short-term home rental company Airbnb said on Wednesday it backed calls for a European Union digital regulator after winning a landmark EU case that meant it would be classified as an online platform rather than a property agent. It said the body should form part of discussions around the EU's proposed Digital Services Act which aims to upgrade safety rules for digital platforms, services and products. The company won its battle to remain exempt from onerous European property regulations in a landmark ruling last month of the EU's Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
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(Bloomberg) -- AT&T Inc. topped earnings estimates as cost cuts helped offset steep TV-subscriber losses and higher spending on its media business, a positive sign as the company tries to mend its balance sheet and turn attention to the launch of its HBO Max streaming service.Fourth-quarter earnings excluding one-time items were 89 cents a share. Analysts had predicted 87 cents, according to estimates compiled by Bloomberg. The company, which operates DirecTV, the largest U.S. TV service, lost 1.2 million subscribers, more than the 640,000 decline analysts expected.See more details.Key InsightsThe record annual loss of 4.1 million U.S. TV subscribers that AT&T reported for last year...
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Purdue filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in September in White Plains, New York, to put thousands of lawsuits on hold and give it time to broaden support for its wide-ranging settlement proposal. Purdue Chairman Steve Miller said in a September interview that continued litigation would deplete the company's assets. Purdue has projected spending hundreds of millions of dollars on legal and professional fees, much of it devoted to opioid litigation, according to bankruptcy court records.
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SpaceX is set to launch another batch of its Starlink broadband internet satellites this morning, after weather conditions shut down its last two attempts earlier this week. SpaceX is being especially picky about not just launch conditions - but also weather in the recovery area where it hopes to catch the fairing protecting the satellite cargo aboard this Falcon 9 launch. SpaceX has successfully caught one fairing half before, but it hasn't been able to catch any others yet, and has also never caught both halves at the the same time.
The European Parliament on Wednesday is set to overwhelmingly approve the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union - the final major decision in the four-year Brexit saga. With only two days to spare, the legislators will vote to approve the withdrawal agreement that will end the 47-year membership of Britain. At the same time, the vote will cut the 73 U.K. parliamentarians from the 751-seat legislature where die-hard Brexiteers have been a disruptive force for years while others steadfastly sought to build a more united Europe.
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Over the past few years, McDonald's has focused on improving dining experience by bringing technology to stores and shoring up delivery services, while also adding new burgers, beverages and breakfast foods to its menus to lure customers. Chief Executive Officer Chris Kempczinski, who took charge in November after the company's previous chief was dismissed, said the annual global comparable sales growth of 5.9% was the chain's highest in more than 10 years. As a part of its former CEO's vision, the company began modernizing stores and even bought two smaller technology firms that focus on digitizing stores and drive-thru menus.
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The results marked a fourth consecutive quarter that GE beat its own earnings and cash flow targets, reinforcing a view that Chief Executive Officer Larry Culp is progressing in turning around the ailing conglomerate, which makes jet engines, power plants, medical imaging equipment and other industrial goods. Free cash flow from industrial operations was $3.9 billion in the fourth quarter, beating analysts estimates of $3.4 billion, according to Refinitiv data. GE's cash flow typically surges in the fourth quarter as workers rush to ship units and book orders by year-end.
French startup Bankin' has introduced Bridge Pay this week, an API that lets you initiate payments using bank transfers from your app. Think about it as a sort of Stripe, but for bank transfers. The API currently covers 12 major French banks, which represent around 90% of retail bank accounts in France
For years, Syria's Maaret al-Numan was a defiant hotspot for anti-government protests, before increased regime bombardment reduced it to a graffiti-daubed ghost town. Rebels overran the town in 2012, attracting deadly government air strikes, but the revolutionary fervour lived on. In March last year, after Syria's former Al-Qaeda affiliate cemented its influence over the wider opposition bastion, demonstrators flocked together to mark eight years since the start of the anti-Assad uprising.
Officials confirmed that the plane, a twin-engine Piper Aerostar, went down near Springfield, Illinois.
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As British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was making a political compromise on Tuesday in allowing Huawei build up to 35 per cent of the non-sensitive part of Britain's future 5G networks, cybersecurity officials in the country were publicly laying bare their distrust of the Chinese telecoms giant.The officials pointed to a lack of existing vendors in the market to provide the necessary technology for what is expected to be life-changing, ultra-fast mobile experience, leading one cybersecurity official to call the situation "crazy".Published alongside the British government's announcement " which bars Huawei from "core" elements that deal with sensitive data "...
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Four people in Bavaria who contracted coronavirus after a colleague from China visited their workplace were showing "very mild" symptoms, German Health Minister Jens Spahn said on Tuesday. In one of the first known cases of person-to-person transmission outside China, a 33-year-old man apparently contracted the virus on Jan. 21 during a training session with a Chinese colleague, Bavarian officials said. "The course of illness experienced by the four patients in Bavaria is very, very mild currently," Spahn told German broadcaster ZDF.
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The chief executive of Robert Bosch, the world's biggest auto components supplier, warned that coronavirus could impact its global supply chain, which is heavily dependent on China. "We are naturally concerned, but on the basis of the facts today, we have no disruption to our business or supply chain," Chief Executive Volkmar Denner said at a meeting with journalists in Fellbach, Stuttgart on Tuesday, in remarks which were embargoed for Wednesday. Bosch is relying on China as a global manufacturing base for exporting electric motors, transmission and power electronics for electric cars.
SYDNEY/CHICAGO (Reuters) - China's growth has helped power a global aviation boom over the last decade, but as the country curtails travel in the face of a new coronavirus, a slowdown could hit the industry harder than ever before. United Airlines Holdings Inc, Air Canada, Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd and Finnair Plc are among the carriers that have already cancelled some flights to China as countries expand travel warnings and demand plummets due to the coronavirus outbreak. British Airways has halted bookings of direct flights from London to Beijing and Shanghai until March, according to its website.
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Senators must submit the questions in writing, which Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who is presiding at the trial.
Israel's president will deliver a speech in Berlin on Wednesday to mark 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp as fears re-emerge about the safety of Jews in Germany. Reuven Rivlin will be joined by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in addressing lawmakers at the Bundestag from 1000 GMT. Both men in recent days have already attended high-profile anniversary events in Jerusalem and at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland, where survivors and dignitaries from around the world raised alarm about resurgent anti-Semitism in Europe.
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Britain will have to compromise on issues such as consumer rights and environment protection if it wants to maintain full access to the European Union's single market, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Wednesday. Britain and the European Union will therefore have to conduct the negotiations on their post-Brexit economic relations in a way that "won't harm the European Union", Maas said.
Novartis is not seeing any disruption to its supply chain due to the coronavirus outbreak, CEO Vas Narasimhan said on Wednesday, as the Swiss drugmaker predicted rising sales and profit in 2020, including from its growing Chinese market. Fourth-quarter core net income rose to $2.99 billion, a 13% rise in constant currencies, as its new Zolgensma gene therapy gained traction and sales of five-year-old drugs Cosentyx and Entresto continued to power ahead. Fourth-quarter sales rose 9% to $12.4 billion.
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DUBAI/CAIRO (Reuters) - Vodafone Group has struck a preliminary deal to sell its 55% stake in its Egyptian unit to Saudi Arabia's largest telecoms operator STC for $2.4 billion, the companies said on Wednesday. The non-binding deal values Vodafone Egypt at $4.4 billion and the two companies have agreed a arrangement over the long-term use of the Vodafone brand and other services in Egypt. Selling the stake is in line with Vodafone's efforts to streamline its operations to focus on Europe and sub-Saharan Africa, Vodafone Chief Executive Nick Read said.
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Aerospace giant says it will make another cut in 787 Dreamliner production and booked more charges on its military tanker and space-taxi programs
U.S. stock futures on Wednesday were pointing to a higher Wall Street open, with investors going through Boeing's loss and Apple's strong earnings.
Lee Enterprises is acquiring Berkshire Hathaway Media Group’s publications for $140 million
Wall Street analysts say Apple delivered where it mattered.
Conglomerate reverses losses in power business and projects stronger profits in 2020
Extras that show up later can sometimes double the listed price of a room—now legislators and online travel agencies are pushing back
Review of strategic alternatives could lead to full or partial sale of lingerie chain
Bernie Sanders is popular in the Rust Belt states that gave Trump victory in 2016, and insiders fear that the president may be underestimating him.
As of Wednesday, 5,974 cases of the Wuhan coronavirus had been confirmed in mainland China. The number of SARS cases in 2003 was 5,327.
McDonald's reported earnings Wednesday for the first time since its board fired CEO Steve Easterbrook in November for having a consensual relationship with an employee.
A new TransUnion study found that 50% of Gen Z has a credit card and prime or above credit scores, surpassing millennials when they were the same age.
The UK defied Trump to permit Huawei limited access to its 5G network.
Apple is also conducting temperature checks for its employees in China, CEO Tim Cook said during the company's earnings call.
Fortune's new quarterly investment report shows a very mixed picture of the American economy.
REITs are out-performing the broader market, even during the coronavirus outbreak.
Officials are focused on fine-tuning their balance sheet and inflation-targeting policy, but notable announcements aren’t expected Wednesday
Cancellations take effect immediately; carrier says flights to Hong Kong will continue
U.S. government debt prices were slightly higher on Wednesday morning, as investors monitored the spread of the coronavirus and looked ahead to a rate decision by the Federal Reserve.
U.S. stock index futures rose on Wednesday morning as markets continue to rebound from Monday's heavy sell-off.
A total of 50 U.S. service members suffered traumatic brain injury from this month's Iranian missile attack, NBC News reports.
During his visit to the coastal resort town of Wildwood in Van Drew's Republican-leaning district, Trump depicted Van Drew as a symbol for Democratic dissatisfaction with party leadership.
Chopper wasn’t equipped with a ‘terrain awareness’ system that could have provided information about the mountainous area
Chopper wasn’t equipped with a ‘terrain awareness’ system that could have provided information about the mountainous area
Good afternoon, readers. How should the drug patent system work? Biopharma executives, unsurprisingly, tend to emphasize the importance of innovation—and regularly argue that strong intellectual property protections are essential to the project of advancing human medicine. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is taking a different tact, proposing that any new branded pharmaceutical drug should only […]
An NTSB official said that the descent rate of the aircraft was 2,000 feet per minute, which she referred to as a "high energy impact crash."
History has shown that it's often unwise to bet against Apple, as the iPhone continues to help it dominate.
CNBC's Jim Cramer reviews Apple's top- and bottom-line beat in its latest quarterly report, breaks down the high expectations for Tesla's looming quarter and talks with Masimo CEO Joe Kiani about patient privacy.
Apple attributed a 'wider-than-usual' revenue forecast to uncertainty over the the deadly coronavirus. But the forecast wasn't actually unusual.
Nike's Vaporfly shoes confer 4% more energetic efficiency than competing brands' shoes. The World Athletics association is expected not to ban them.
McConnell reportedly compiled a list of "yes," "no," and "maybe" votes but didn't show the count to his fellow senators.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Ben Kavanaugh has been chronicling his life in quarantined Wuhan, China for British broadcaster Channel 4.
Though the dog appeared to be fine after the encounter, the video of the moment between Bloomberg and the canine created quite a stir online.
Chinese health authorities said Tuesday that the coronavirus outbreak has killed 106 people and infected 4,515.
Apple continues to host one of the largest cash piles of any U.S. company.
Experts who track space debris calculated that the satellites will pass dangerously close to one another, with an "alarming" chance of collision.
Devices and services linked to iPhone help fuel surge
Devices and services linked to iPhone help fuel surge
AMD beat on the top and bottom lines, but its forecast for the next quarter was slightly less than what analysts had forecast.
Current president and former Tinder executive Shar Dubey to take over dating-app conglomerate
The privacy settings in the new Microsoft Edge are refreshing more intuitive than Chrome, and even more powerful, too.
Commentary: The federal government spends $6 billion a year on small purchases. We need more info on how that money is spent.
Apparel veteran Jan Singer charged with turning around the ailing fashion brand
Scott Daehlin, who witnessed Kobe Bryant's fatal crash, recounted hearing the helicopter hovering in low cloud cover seconds before it crashed.
Apple is reporting its fiscal Q1 2020 earnings on Tuesday, and all eyes will be on performance in China, iPhone revenue, and its services business.
Starbucks said it would update its fiscal 2020 outlook when "we can reasonably estimate the impact of the coronavirus."
Practically no one expects the central bank to move its benchmark borrowing rate until at least September.
Algorithms are already being used in the workplace, to mixed results.
Deficits will exceed $1 trillion a year for at least 11 years, budget office says
WeWork, JPMorgan Chase, and cloud-computing company Nutanix topped the list, according to a survey from anonymous professional social network Blind.