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Andy Murray: "I've had hip problems since I was young"


He was unable to play an exhibition match against rising French star Lucas Pouille on Tuesday. Murray has already revealed he missed Sophia's first steps due to playing in a tournament overseas, and suggested that he had also missed his daughter's first words. Read More »

Tesla CEO Musk Says Model 3 Passes All Regulatory Requirements


The first 30 Model 3 customers will receive their new Teslas on the 28th at a handover party, according to a second tweet from Musk. He then mentioned that Model 3 production would reach 100 cars in August and over 1500 in September. The auto, which already has over 400,000 pre-orders, is Tesla's cheapest vehicle to date - starting at $35,000. It's another example of Tesla regularly introducing upgrades to its vehicles without waiting for new model year. Read More »

Queensland call up debutants for Origin decider


Walters and selectors Gene Miles and Darren Lockyer overlooked DCE for Ben Hunt , arguing the Brisbane No.7 offers better versatility off the bench. A major omission from the team was Manly Sea Eagles scrum-half Cherry-Evans, with Walters stoutly defending his selection choices after Hunt was dropped to the Broncos reserve grade team a month ago. Read More »

Tech snag aborts AI flight for New Delhi


However, passengers had started to notice the non-functioning AC even before take-off, and had complained to the AI staff. After 20 minutes into the flight, passengers complained about the ACs malfunctioning. As per reports, the Air India flight AI-78 suffered a technical glitch on the runway while it was preparing for take off. However, Raju added that Air India constantly 'endeavours to enhance its facilities and services being provided to its passengers to ensure customer satisfaction'. Read More »

Warren Buffett to Buy 700 Million Shares in Bank of America


Warren Buffett's company will become the biggest shareholder in Bank of America Corp, after Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Friday invoked its right to acquire 700 million shares of the second-largest United States bank. He acquired $5 billion of Bank of America preferred stock with a 6% dividend, or $300 million annually, in August 2011, at a time when investors anxious about the bank's capital needs, Reuters reported . Read More »

Kaspersky repeats offer: America can see my source code


An amendment proposed by Senator Jeanne Shaheen, a Democrat from New Hampshire, said it "prohibits the DoD from using software platforms developed by Kaspersky Lab due to reports that the Moscow-based company might be vulnerable to Russian government influence". Read More »

Bomb attack kills 14 in refugee camp in Iraq's Anbar province


Lieutenant Ahmed ed-Duleymi said mostly women and children were targeted in the attack at a refugee camp in the Vefa district of Anbar province. Kesar also stated that security forces had already cordoned off the blast site as ambulances rushed to the area to take the wounded to the nearest medical center and transport the dead to a forensic medicine facility. Read More »

Michigan Gas Prices Dropping Over Holiday Weekend


At last check, the statewide average cost per a gallon of gas was $2.27 per gallon, which is a drop of 3.1 cents over last month and 2.1 cents more than this time previous year. This would lead to an overall increase of roughly 8.9 percent over last year - which is mostly being attributed to the lowered cost in fuel and a slight uptick in employment and income over the last year. Read More »

Millsap signs 3-year deal with Nuggets


The Timberwolves' pursuit of free agent J.J. Redick came to an end Saturday when ESPN reported the shooting guard agreed to a one-year, $23 million deal with the Philadelphia 76ers. On Friday, the New York Daily News reported that the Timberwolves and Denver Nuggets had emerged as the front-runners for power forward Paul Millsap . Read More »

Ukraine blames Moscow for hacking attack

According to the special services, the cyber attack was aimed at destabilizing the socio-political situation in Ukraine. The worldwide cyber attack caused disruption for major organisations including advertising firm WPP, European bank BNP Paribas and parts of the Ukrainian government's computer systems. Read More »

Manufacturing sector witness 7% growth in June- CBN


There was higher activity in the metal products; machinery and equipment; petroleum, coal, chemical and rubber products; and non-metallic mineral products sub-sectors augmented the further growth of the large food and beverages sub-sector. For the Non-Manufacturing PMI, growth was witnessed at a faster rate in the month under review in Business activity, new orders, employment and inventory indexes. Read More »

Despicable Me 3 is number one film in US


Out of the three movies, this latest one is the weakest, but by the time the house lights turned back on and the audience filtered out, I was entertained and enjoyed myself- for the most part. This means that we've got a lot of loose plotlines waving around. These complications may not make much sense to the older set, but the vibrant colors of the animation, the various and sundry non-human characters (Bratt's cheesy protective robot is especially hilarious) and the overall wackiness of " ... Read More »

Private equity giant TPG drops its bid for Fairfax


Speaking on a shareholder call this morning, chairman Nick Falloon said the equity partners indicated neither wanted to bid for the whole company. A statement to the stock market on Monday afternoon said Fairfax's directors "believes the company has an attractive future and throughout this process has continued to pursue its standalone business plans including the separation of Domain". Read More »

Mazda3, Mazda6 Recalled for Faulty Parking Brake


The recall covers certain Mazda 6 cars from the 2014 and 2015 model years and the Mazda 3 from 2014 through 2016. That can let the cars roll unexpectedly if parked on a slope. Dealers will inspect the parking actuator shaft located inside the rear brake calipers, replacing any that are corroded with a new brake caliper that has been modified. Read More »

Russell Investments Group Ltd. Boosts Position in OceanFirst Financial Corp. (OCFC)

About 27,307 shares traded. FJ Capital Management LLC increased its position in OceanFirst Financial 2.1% in the fourth quarter. It has outperformed by 34.87% the S&P500. They now have a United States dollars 19 price target on the stock. (NASDAQ:TSBK). Deutsche Commercial Bank Ag holds 28,709 shares. The rating was initiated by Piper Jaffray with "Overweight" on Wednesday, September 16. Read More »

Startups Co-Founder Dave McClure Steps Aside Over Sexual Misconduct Review


The admissions come on the heels of a disturbing story about Binary Capital investor Justin Caldbeck . Caldbeck was forced to resign, followed by partner Matt Mazzeo resigning, and a third partner offering to resign. I took on the role of CEO, which involves directing the Management Team and overall day-to-day operations of 500. Dave McClure , founding general partner at 500 Startups , speaks during a group discussion at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2011 conference in San Francisco, ... Read More »

Feud escalates between US Prez Trump, TV hosts


Later, Mr Trump claimed the media "is trying to silence us" as he addressed supporters at the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC. Brzezinksi chimed in and said the president , 'a proven liar, ' made House Republicans 'look like fools, ' by making them celebrate their bill's passage in a Rose Garden ceremony last month. Read More »

Transocean Ltd. (RIG) Closed at $8.31

Looking forward, the company is expected to report earnings of $-0.08 per share for the current quarter. For the next financial year, analysts expect that the business will post earnings of ($1.06) per share, with EPS estimates ranging from ($1.47) to ($0.72). Read More »

Olivia de Havilland sues FX Networks over depiction in 'Feud'


Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones portrays de Havilland in the pseudo-documentary series, which is about the rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis while working on "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" in the early 1960s. Murphy, meanwhile, told THR that he never contacted de Havilland because he didn't want to intrude. The series focuses on the famous Hollywood feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford . Read More »

Greta Van Susteren abruptly leaves MSNBC after six months


When she joined MSNBC, she was seen as part of an effort to render the network, which had gained a strong reputation for tilting left throughout the day, more centrist. With the way MSNBC makes a sport out of taking shots at the president, it is believable. MSNBC is beating Fox News regularly and is quickly becoming the top-rated cable network. Read More »

Is JAY-Z Taking Shots at Kanye West on "Kill Jay Z"?


While 'Kill Jay-Z' was an unhindered distillation of Jay-Z's feelings towards his erstwhile bro, there was the subtle attempt to extend the beef to the wives of both artistes. Hov is seemingly talking about Kanye West , the rapper who once called him a big brother but more recently pleaded in a concert for JAY-Z not to put a hit out on him. Read More »

India grant visa for six Pakistan athletes


The 22nd Asian Athletics Championships will be the biggest ever event with more than 800 athletes from 45 countries taking part. India is fielding a strong 95-member team. Notably, the state government took up the 90-day challenge and completed the renovation and other works of the stadium in a record time. As the event closes and during the games, all necessary information from participants, schedules, real time matches, results, etc. Read More »