• Cineworld agrees £2.7bn deal to buy USA cinema chain Regal
Cineworld agrees £2.7bn deal to buy USA cinema chain Regal

That gives us a street projected return of -0.29%. Morgan Stanley upgraded shares of Regal Entertainment Group from an underweight rating to an equal weight rating and set a $17.00 price objective for the company in a report on Thursday, October 5th.

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  • Ireland to reluctantly collect tax windfall from Apple
Ireland to reluctantly collect tax windfall from Apple

The European Commission had ordered Dublin to collect the money in 2016 after concluding that two Irish tax rulings allowed Apple to pay less tax than other businesses. After a year passed without Ireland moving to recover the money, the EU referred the country to the bloc's highest court, the European Court of Justice.

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  • Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOX) Position Trimmed by Fayez Sarofim & Co
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc (NASDAQ:FOX) Position Trimmed by Fayez Sarofim & Co

Jefferies maintained Twenty-First Century Fox , Inc. Rumors of the Disney/21st Century Fox deal's demise may have been exaggerated. Twenty-First Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA ) last announced its quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, November 8th.

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  • Sooners RB Rodney Anderson had protective order filed against him
Sooners RB Rodney Anderson had protective order filed against him

The University of Oklahoma sent Fox 23 News the following statement: "We are aware [of the filing] and are gathering information". Anderson, through a statement issued by his attorney, says the allegation is "patently false". "A protective order is a civil court order that is created to stop violent and harassing behavior and to protect you a...

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  • World's Largest Starbucks Opening In Shanghai, China
World's Largest Starbucks Opening In Shanghai, China

Shanghai location is Starbucks' biggest store to date, and also its most advanced digitally. China has become Starbucks' second largest and fastest growing market, and one the company expects to eclipse the US market one day. In July, Starbucks announced the closure of 379 Teavana outlets across the country. Available on the custom-designed R...

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  • IATA: With passenger growth will come higher airline profits
IATA: With passenger growth will come higher airline profits

To continue to deliver on our full potential, governments need to raise their game-implementing global standards on security, finding a reasonable level of taxation, delivering smarter regulation and building the cost-efficient infrastructure to accommodate growing demand.

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  • Cinnabon honors National Cookie Day with
Cinnabon honors National Cookie Day with "Cookie BonBites"

So before you rush out to grab your free (or cheap) cookie, be sure to call ahead and see if your local store is joining in on the fun of National Cookie Day. A list of locations offering the free cookie is available here. Cinnabon - Free eight-ounce bottles of Fairlife Ultra-filtered milk with every Cookie BonBite purchase.

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  • Under-fire YouTube to ramp up attempts targeting inappropriate content
Under-fire YouTube to ramp up attempts targeting inappropriate content

To date, 98% of all removed videos have been flagged by machine learning algorithms, and 70% of violent extremist videos are taken down within eight hours of upload. Equally, we want to give creators confidence that their revenue won't be hurt by the actions of bad actors. The technology has reviewed and flagged content that would have taken 18...

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  • CBOE Announces Bitcoin Futures Trading, Starting Dec. 10
CBOE Announces Bitcoin Futures Trading, Starting Dec. 10

CME had announced last week that it would begin bitcoin futures trading on December 18. Cboe Global Markets has announced that Cboe Futures Exchange plans to offer trading in bitcoin futures beginning at 5:00 p.m. Bitcoin's price has soared tenfold this year, but many market participants warn of a bubble as it topped $11,000 for the fir...

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  • Canada's unemployment rate hits lowest level since 2008
Canada's unemployment rate hits lowest level since 2008

Economists had expected an increase of 10,000 jobs and the unemployment rate to come in at 6.2 per cent, according to Thomson Reuters. It was also the biggest addition of jobs in a single month since April 2012, when the economy was rebounding out of recession.

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  • Sterling rises as United Kingdom manufacturing data hits highest in over four years
Sterling rises as United Kingdom manufacturing data hits highest in over four years

Sub-indices for production and new orders came in at 54.3 and 53.6, respectively, up from 53.4 and 52.9 last month, indicating accelerated growth in both supply and demand, according to NBS senior statistician Zhao Qinghe. "The breadth of the rebound is also positive, with growth strengthening across the consumer, intermediate and investment goods ...

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  • 4-month hunt ends: Infy names Salil Parekh CEO
4-month hunt ends: Infy names Salil Parekh CEO

Co-founder and Board Chairman Nandan Nilekani said: "We are delighted to have Salil joining as the CEO & MD". The appointment ends a almost four-month long search for the top job at India's second largest IT services firm. Interestingly on Saturday, Capgemini put out a separate press release, saying that Parekh "decided to leave the Group in ...

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  • Oil prices fall over uncertainty on Opec output
Oil prices fall over uncertainty on Opec output

EST. Most of the adjustments came from the long side of the market, where portfolio managers reduced the number of long positions in Brent, WTI and gasoline in a sign of profit-taking after a strong price rally. Crude inventories fell 3.4 million barrels in the week to November 24, compared with analysts' expectations in a Reuters poll for a decr...

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  • Economy grows 6.3% in Q2 after 15 months
Economy grows 6.3% in Q2 after 15 months

With the sign of growth trajectory, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley remained optimistic of a higher growth rate in coming quarters. There are expectations of a rebound in economic activities after GDP growth of a mere 5.7 per cent in the first quarter of the fiscal.

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  • Barnes & Noble, Inc. Stock Plunges on Q2 Earnings Miss
Barnes & Noble, Inc. Stock Plunges on Q2 Earnings Miss

Institutional investors own 66.23% of the company's stock. JPMorgan Chase & Co. now owns 142,782 shares of the specialty retailer's stock worth $1,085,000 after purchasing an additional 119,201 shares during the period. However looking at valuation ratios the stock has 5 year expected PEG ratio of 2.21 whereas its trailing twelve month P/E ratio is...

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  • Applebee's is offering $1 Long Island iced teas throughout December
Applebee's is offering $1 Long Island iced teas throughout December

According to a statement from Applebee's, the drink is "available all day, every day" at participating locations. Sure, a Long Island Iced Tea may be a cocktail better suited to summer than to the wintry holiday season, but Scrooge wouldn't turn up his nose at a mix of four liquors and one liqueur for a buck.

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  • American Airlines finds pilots for most December flights after glitch
American Airlines finds pilots for most December flights after glitch

American Airlines has given holiday to hundreds of pilots during 17 to 31 of December, and it is estimated that more than 15,000 flights could be affected. "That number of open flights continues to decrease thanks to our pilots who are stepping up to the plate and picking up trips to ensure customers are taken care of", Aran Coello said in a state...

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  • Brexit parties desperately seek compromise on Irish border
Brexit parties desperately seek compromise on Irish border

The report focused on cross-border elements of the agreement, and that "flexibility and compromise" was needed on all sides to ensure its conservation. We can't even draw the border. The Democratic Unionist party , which holds the balance of power in the House of Commons, said it would not tolerate anything that decoupled Northern Ireland from t...

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  • Union: Thousands of American Airlines flights have no pilots after schedule glitch
Union: Thousands of American Airlines flights have no pilots after schedule glitch

Because of the error, Reuters reports that more than 15,000 flights from december 17 through december 31 are now without pilots. Pilots were notified of the error on Friday. The union wants to consult with American to find a solution that will motivate pilots to give up vacation they've already been granted after years of working over the holid...

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  • Black Friday Fatigue? 174 Million Americans Disagree
Black Friday Fatigue? 174 Million Americans Disagree

More than 174 million shoppers streamed into stores and visited retailers' online stores on Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday , spending an average of $335.47 per person, according to National Retail Federation figures released Tuesday.

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