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Amazon sells part of Chinese cloud computing business

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Amazon has not yet provided the reason behind this exit, but it may be due to the tightening rules on foreign data and cloud services by Chinese regulators. In China, regulations require Amazon to operate via a local partner before offering the services to customers. Amazon controlled over 40 per cent of the global market for public cloud services in 2016, well ahead of Microsoft Corp and Alibaba, according to Gartner estimates. Read More »

Crude oil futures fall 0.43% on weak global cues

On the supply side, tensions in the Middle East raised the prospects of disruptions, traders said, adding it was unclear whether a strong natural disaster that hit Iran and Iraq on Sunday had impacted the region's oil production. An extension would prolong the agreement among OPEC, Russia and other oil-producing nations to keep 1.8 million barrels a day off the market through the whole of next year. Read More »

Check out Emirates' new Mercedes-Benz first class luxury suites

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The leather seat reclines into a fully flat bed and can be placed in a "zero-gravity" position inspired by technology used by Nasa, the U.S. space agency, which gives a feeling of relaxation and weightlessness, Emirates said. Emirates reportedly worked with Mercedes-Benz to model the experience after the luxe S-Class, and first class fliers are even treated to Mercedes chauffeur service once they land. Read More »

Amazon Looks To Mount Free, Ad-Supported Version Of Prime

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That would make its offering the Spotify of the video streaming industry, with both a premium and free offering. However, according to AdAge , a free version is in the works, and it will feature children's programming, lifestyle shows, a back catalogue from Amazon , and even content from other creators. Read More »

Tesco merger with Booker gets provisional approval from CMA

Tesco is the UK's largest grocery retailer by some margin while Booker is the largest wholesaler - supplying many of Tesco's competitors. Panel members at the CMA investigated how bringing together the UK's largest grocery retailer and the UK's largest grocery wholesaler, which supplies the pub sector, would affect competition. Read More »

Home Depot Boosts Guidance After Q3 Earnings Beat Views

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Nardelli holds 2,922,909 (0.25% of shares outstanding). First Western Capital Management Company increased its stake in Home Depot Inc (HD) by 309.67% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. research analysts predict that Home Depot , Inc. will post 7.32 EPS for the current fiscal year. Clearline Capital Lp acquired 14,177 shares as Tutor Perini Corp (TPC)'s stock declined 11.85%. Read More »

IDOX plc (IDOX) Earns Buy Rating from FinnCap

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AURORA CANNABIS ORD (OTCMKTS:ACBFF) had a decrease of 24.35% in short interest. The stock increased 1.00% or $0.27 during the last trading session, reaching $27.15. One equity analyst rating the company a strong buy, five equity analysts rating the company a buy, 6 brokers rating the stock a hold, 0 brokers rating the stock a underperform, and finally 0 brokers rating the stock a sell with a average stock price target of 6,513.73GBX. Read More »

Korea Investment CORP Trims Holdings in Coca-Cola European Partners PLC (CCE)

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In related news, insider J Alexander Douglas, Jr. sold 338,009 shares of the stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday, November 8th. About 9,700 shares traded. Barclays Capital has "Equal Weight" rating and $102 target. The original version of this report can be accessed at https://baseballnewssource.com/markets/coca-cola-hbc-ags-cch-hold-rating-reiterated-at-shore-capital/1771328.html. Read More »

Packers RB to miss 3-6 weks with MCL sprain, report says

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Coach Mike McCarthy said Montgomery is "still going through tests". He produced two games with over 100 rushing yards during his first three starts but was held to just 24 total rushing yards over the last two games. If he misses only three weeks, he could return on December 10 against the Cleveland Browns. And yet, even with their top two running backs, starting quarterback, offensive tackle and tight end all gone due to injury or getting cut, this Packers team was still able to beat ... Read More »

Shell divests part of Woodside stake

The sell-down capitalises on recent strength in Woodside's share price, which has been buoyed by the higher oil price. Earlier Monday the company had said it would sell the smaller stake for approximately $1.7 billion. Shell said today that proceeds from its sale of Woodside shares will be used to reduce the group's net debt. "Woodside will maintain a close working relationship with Shell - as a joint venture partner and customer of Shell technology - and we recognise that Shell will ... Read More »

Tech company's expansion could bring 2000 jobs to New Orleans

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Updates on the announcement will be provided as more information becomes available. At an announcement outside the Superdome Nov. 13, city and state officials didn't mince words about the company's arrival. "DXC Technology could not have made a better selection than to choose New Orleans for their Digital Transformation Center, and we embrace the challenge of preparing our best and brightest students for this remarkable opportunity". Read More »

Lambie to resign over British citizenship

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Tasmanian crossbench senator Jacqui Lambie has become the eighth federal politician to fall victim to the ongoing dual-citizenship saga, confirming she plans to resign when the Senate meets early this afternoon. "I'm happy to put on record that I'm satisfied that my parents are both Australian citizens and I have no concerns about me being a dual citizen because of where they were born or came from", she told Tasmania's Examiner newspaper . Read More »

Two dead in shooting at Cousin Stizz concert

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Sunday night at Atlanta's Masquerade music hall, during a rap concert. They do not believe the shooting was premeditated. Investigators said an argument erupted when two of the victims climbed onto the stage during an intermission. Several others were reportedly injured at the scene, but are expected to recover. "I've always called my shows family reunions, because they're never anything but fun, safe, good vibes and positivity", the LA-based rapper wrote . Read More »

Sydney has a new boat: Ferry McFerryFace -- and no, we're not joking

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Fortunately Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance sees the Name Your Ferry competition as a hilarious success. But "this one is for the kids" Mr Constance reiterated on Monday. "I thought we named ferries after people who deserve recognition, now this ferry name just makes a mockery of those Australians whose names grace the rest of the fleet", the comment read. Read More »

Hawley to Investigate Google for Alleged Antitrust Violations

The state has issued Google a subpoena seeking information about its business practices. "Through this extensive cross-platform data collection, Google can construct highly detailed profiles of users and their online activity", Hawley says in a fact sheet issued Monday. Read More »

Scotiabank Raises Target Price On Brookfield Property Partners L (BPY)

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Karpas Strategies LLC lifted its position in shares of Brookfield Property Partners L.P.by 0.8% in the third quarter. For the next year, analysts anticipate that the business will report earnings of $0.12 per share. Scotia Capital Inc. now owns 2,527,595 shares of the utilities provider's stock worth $80,466,000 after buying an additional 412,554 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Arkansas quarterback Cole Kelley charged with DWI

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The Razorbacks' depth chart released Monday morning lists Kelley and sophomore Ty Storey as co-backups. In October 2016, fullback Hayden Johnson was dropped from the depth chart entirely after his arrest for public intoxication. The 6-7, 271-pound Louisiana native completed 3 of 10 pass attempts for 36 yards and an interception in Saturday's 33-10 loss at LSU. Both failed to find the end zone. Read More »

Retail inflation at seven-month high driven by food and fuel prices

Retail inflation, measured by Consumer Price Index (CPI) remained unchanged at 3.28 percent in September from the revised figure of August. RBI said that inflation is expected to rise from its current level and range between 4.2-4.6% in the second half of this year, including the house rent allowance by the Centre. Read More »

Carbon dioxide emissions rose in 2017 after three flat years

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That's the conclusion of the 2017 Global Carbon Budget , published 13 November by the Global Carbon Project (GCP) in the journals Nature Climate Change , Environmental Research Letters and Earth System Science Data Discussions . "After having more or less no growth for three years, the global Carbon dioxide emission is expected to pop up in 2017 by about 2 per cent to a record high". Read More »

Packers top Bears for first win without Rodgers

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Packers quarterback Brett Hundley threw for 212 yards and a touchdown as Green Bay gets the season sweep of the Bears with a 23-16 win. The Bears were rested after the bye week, the Packers were without Aaron Rodgers , and the game was at home. Read More »

China's e-commerce giants set a new record for Single's Day

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Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com (JD) said Sunday that transaction volumes on its platform for the Singles' Day sales period grew more than 50 percent from past year to 127.1 billion yuan, or about $19.1 billion. The Wall Street Journal reported that last year's total had already been beaten by 1pm on Sunday, just 13 hours after it had begun. In the end, Singles Day - now dubbed 11/11 - was only about 10% of total GMV in the last fiscal quarter of 2016, Raymond James analysts note. Read More »

Qualcomm rejects Broadcom $103 billion offer

The company's board of directors will cycle in the coming weeks. Qualcomm has officially rejected a blockbuster takeover bid by Broadcom worth $130bn. Qualcomm does not plan to significantly raise its price for NXP as a defensive strategy to make its acquisition by Broadcom more expensive, according to one of the sources. Read More »