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Hackers Hijacked Digital Billboard In The UK, Displayed Offensive Images


A poster making the Orwellian reference " Big Brother is watching you " and memes, including one depicting USA president Donald Trump as alt-right symbol Pepe the Frog, were also displayed. This is a Sharia controlled zone. BlowUP media, which controls the billboard, has been contacted for comment. South Wales Police said they received a number of calls from the public and are considering whether to launch an investigation. Read More »

Mourinho: Neymar is worth the money


As was expressed yesterday, Barcelona have explicitly told Paris Saint-Germain that they want the buy-out fee, said to be €222 million in full before any deal can proceed. However, La Liga chief Javier Tebas has contested this claim, insisting they can not rake in "more than Barcelona and Real Madrid ". I don't understand how it happens. Read More »

Next's directory sales surges as high street arm continues to suffer


As of 09:39 BST, Next's share price had jumped 6.94 percent to 4,298.00p, outperforming the broader United Kingdom market, with the benchmark FTSE 100 index now standing 0.28 percent in the red at 7,390.97 points. 7 per cent year-on-year and directory sales was up by 7.4 per cent year-on-year. George Salmon, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said that while the latest trading update provided a welcome tonic to shareholders, it was clear Next was still feeling the heat . Read More »

Amgen, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMGN), Olin Corporation (NYSE:OLN)

Neuburgh Advisers LLC now owns 6,138 shares of the specialty chemicals company's stock worth $202,000 after buying an additional 396 shares during the last quarter. The original version of this piece of content can be viewed at Read More »

Cong corners govt over IT raid and NOTA in RS

Congress party, which had alleged poaching of its MLAs by the BJP allegedly for Rs 15 crore each ahead of the 8 August Rajya Sabha elections, had taken their 44 legislators to Bengaluru . Though party leaders have slammed the raids describing them as political vendetta, some of the ministers appeared panic-stricken. The official said the department is investigating Shivakumar in a case of alleged tax evasion and huge undisclosed investments in real estate and other sectors. Read More »

State geared up to take on swine-flu


In terms of precautionary measures, health department has instructed all private and government hospitals that even in the case of suspected swine flu cases, Tamiflu should be administered compulsorily. "However, people need to be cautious while moving in crowded places". EDCD said six people had died of H1N1 influenza this year - two from Kaski and one each from Syangja, Lalitpur, Nawalparasi and Kathmandu districts. Read More »

Calls to extend breaks for mothers to breastfeed


It says staff at all maternity facilities must have adequate time to assist mothers and babies to establish breastfeeding . The option of one free visit at home from a qualified lactation consultant should be offered to all new mothers, it says. Read More »

Vikram Goud arrested as A1 in his own attack case


Former minister Mukesh Goud's son Vikram Goud, who was recently attacked by a few assailants at his residence, has been named as A-1 in the case after cops found that Vikram was the mastermind behind attack on himself. The accused them procured a country-made weapon from Madhya Pradesh. The gang had purchased a pistol from Indore and along with ammunition, it was kept at his house since it was brought to Hyderabad in early July. Read More »

'We'll bring thousands of jobs', says new Amazon Australia ops director


Amazon is set to have a "profound" impact on the Australian retail sector with many considering the USA juggernaut a threat to Coles and Woolworths. Online retail giant Amazon has confirmed will open its first Australian distribution warehouse in Melbourne's south eastern suburbs, in a move the company says will create hundreds of jobs. Read More »

States Win Right to Join Defense of Obamacare Subsidy Payments


It's an indirect impact, but the destabilization of the ACA marketplace could make it more expensive for entrepreneurs to find health care. Kevin Counihan, who spent two years running for the Obama administration, has joined Centene, a health insurer betting big on Obamacare future. Read More »

Mouni Roy and Salman Khan shoot for Bigg Boss 11 promo


Salman Khan is once again hosting the show. The photo shared by fab clubs of the reality show features Salman and Mouni together while the caption reads: " And the promo shoot is done ". The fresh season of the reality show will see a mix of celebrities and commoners. Few expected contestants are Achint Kaur, Nia Sharma, Abhishek Mallik, and social media and YouTube singing sensation Dhinchak Pooja. Read More »

Analysts See $-0.60 EPS for Zynerba Pharmaceuticals Inc (ZYNE)

UBS initiated Quality Systems, Inc. 625,000 shares were sold by KARTSOTIS KOSTA N , worth $6.08 million. The stock now has a consensus rating of "Buy" and an average target price of $31.44. Its up 0.41, from 1.21 in 2016Q3. Institutional investors now hold around $51 million or 28.5% in ZYNE stock. Ghp Inv Advisors holds 0.14% or 57,518 shares. Read More »

Capital Senior Living Corporation (NYSE:CSU) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results


Moreover, Us Retail Bank De has 0% invested in Capital Senior Living Corporation (NYSE: CSU ). After having $0.15 EPS previously, Primoris Services Corp's analysts see 106.67% EPS growth. (NYSE:BKD) or 36,180 shares. 14,374 are owned by Susquehanna International Group Limited Liability Partnership. Employees Retirement System Of Texas accumulated 204,000 shares. Read More »

Prescribed Post-Op Opioids Often Go Unused


Across the six studies, 67 to 92 percent of patients reported leftover or unused opioids. Commonly, Bicket notes, prescriptions for opioid pills permit patient discretion for dosing, such as taking one pill every four hours "as needed" for pain. Read More »

First results from US CRISPR gene editing on human embryos


The study represents a significant improvement in efficiency and accuracy over previous efforts. Such mutations cause the heart muscle to thicken - a condition known as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy that is the leading cause of sudden death in young athletes. Read More »

Carmelo Anthony reportedly now only wants trade to Rockets


But, with Irving wanting out of Cleveland now, the only team Anthony will waive his no-trade clause for now is the Rockets. The Knicks weren't willing to part with much and there's no way that Cleveland would have done a deal that involved Irving-for-Anthony straight up, with the Cavs receiving nothing else from NY. Read More »

US Conducts ICBM Test To Demonstrate Nuclear Deterrence


The unarmed Minuteman III missile will be launched between 12:01 and 6:01 a.m. PDT from the base, about 12 miles northwest of Lompoc, according to Vandenberg's 30th Space Wing team. The North Korean ICBM tests are seen as a step to develop the capability to strike the USA with a nuclear weapon. The test would be the fourth ICBM launched from the Santa Barbara County base this year. Read More »

Over 1Mln Minors Malnourished in Parts of Yemen Hit by Cholera


Describing the situation as "very bleak", the United Nations official said there were "several" new cases of meningitis detected in Yemen but he could not provide details. Auke Lootsma, the country director of the UN Development Program, also reported an outbreak of meningitis in Yemen, compounding the cholera epidemic and the risk of starvation in the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Read More »

Airline worker survives lightning strike


The strike occurred on July 22 at Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers, Fla., and sent Austin Dunn, a subcontractor for the under-wing handling company Navstar, to the hospital for almost two weeks, according to NBC2. The lightning hit and he got thrown backward from the jolt. After the incident, his co-workers quickly tried to find someone to help. "Once we knew he was alive, it was a relief but it was definitely the most-scariest thing, you don't expect it". Read More »

Star Wars Episode 9 Brings On Harry Potter Writer


Star Wars: Episode IX , the upcoming third film in the current Star Wars trilogy, has picked up a new writer . Bringing in another professional opinion will likely improve the script - even a talented duo like Trevorrow and Connolly probably needs editing - but fans have reacted with overwhelming disappointment to the news. Read More »