• Trump Abruptly Withdraws From Fox Debate in Iowa
Trump Abruptly Withdraws From Fox Debate in Iowa

He previously mocked Cruz's debate challenge , asking, "Can we do it in Canada?" Todd predicted: "I think that's going to get him in trouble". Trump, who has attacked Cruz relentlessly on Twitter in recent weeks, does not seem interested.

Read more

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date, Features Tipped
Samsung Galaxy S7 Release Date, Features Tipped

The Samsung Galaxy S7 may now just be weeks away from its official debut and subsequent announcement of release date. That will be a bonus for those who usually upgrade to Samsung's latest flagship models. Many of you might already be familiar to the SM-G930 model number which is associated with the Galaxy S7 . Returning to the Geekbench sighti...

Read more

  • Logan Airport Reports Delays, Cancellations From Winter Storm
Logan Airport Reports Delays, Cancellations From Winter Storm

A spokesman for Bradley International Airport, in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, said Sunday there were two delays and 49 cancellations. The storm had dropped snow from the Gulf Coast to New England, with near-record snowfalls tallied from Washington, D.C.to New York City.

Read more

  • Go Behind The Scenes On The Set Of 'Fuller House'
Go Behind The Scenes On The Set Of 'Fuller House'

The "Fuller House" cast gets sentimental as they "go back home" in a new featurette for their upcoming Netflix reboot. The featurette also contains clips from the show, which will center around Sweetin's character D.J., a widow attempting to raise her son while living in a house alongside her family.

Read more

  • Sandisk Corp. Q4 Profit Retreats 13%
Sandisk Corp. Q4 Profit Retreats 13%

Creative Planning boosted its position in SanDisk by 38.8% in the fourth quarter. If the previously announced investment in Western Digital by Unisplendour Corporation Limited closes prior to this acquisition, Western Digital will pay $85.10 per share in cash and 0.0176 shares of Western Digital common stock per share of SanDisk common st...

Read more

  • Apple could pay $532 million for infringing on iMessage patents
Apple could pay $532 million for infringing on iMessage patents

An appeals court threw out the damage award and ordered a new trial on some of the infringement claims. The trial will find whether or not Apple is using the technology on its FaceTime app and whether it has continued to use the technology in the newer iterations of its hardware.

Read more

  • Two Marines From Texas Among 12 Missing After Crash in Hawaii
Two Marines From Texas Among 12 Missing After Crash in Hawaii

Following witness reports of a crash Thursday night, the Coast Guard dispatched a MH-65 Dolphin helicopter and a HC-130 aircraft, both of which arrived on scene shortly after midnight. 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...

Read more

  • Oil slides 7.59% as OPEC calls for cooperation
Oil slides 7.59% as OPEC calls for cooperation

On Tuesday, the contract touched a high of $32.24. This comes after last week's rally that saw oil jump close to 10 percent. Total volume traded was 45 percent above the 100-day average. Potential exports from the US will also hit producers in Africa who will be forced to market their crude in Asia instead "which will make competition there harder"...

Read more

  • Halliburton reports quarterly loss on asset write-offs
Halliburton reports quarterly loss on asset write-offs

Stephens increased their price target on Halliburton Company from $48.00 to $51.00 in a research report on Monday, November 2nd. The Houston and Paris based company reported 39% decline in revenues from the final quarter of 2014 to $7.74 billion, slightly missing analysts' consensus estimate of $7.78 billion, according to data from Thomson Reu...

Read more

  • United to resume 'limited' Newark Airport flights Sunday afternoon
United to resume 'limited' Newark Airport flights Sunday afternoon

With 3,100 flights failing to take off Friday and 4,511 being grounded on Saturday, the total of flights grounded was 11,605 for the four-day period. As of late Friday night, American Airlines alone had issued waivers for 42 airports.

Read more

  • Nisham gets life term in Chandrabose murder case
Nisham gets life term in Chandrabose murder case

The prosecutor said the possibility of going in appeal against the order to get capital punishment for Nisham would be explored based on the instructions from the government. The defense counsel had also argued that Nisham was undergoing treatment for bi-polar disorder. One of the allegations raised against Job was that he tried to strike a deal wi...

Read more

  • Pope Francis changes Holy Thursday decree
Pope Francis changes Holy Thursday decree

Advocates of the old rule had argued that in the Holy Thursday liturgy, which commemorates the institution of the priesthood, the selection of men underlined the role of the male priesthood. It specifies that the group can include "men and women, and hopefully young and old, healthy and sick, clerical, consecrated and lay". In a statement, howeve...

Read more

  • Philips' $3.3 billion sale of Lumileds fails on US objections
Philips' $3.3 billion sale of Lumileds fails on US objections

That leaves non-U.S. companies that sell to Chinese entities at risk of having their deals derailed or held up. In recent years, the USA committee has increased its inspection of all the techn deals taking place in the country, involving the Chinese acquirers.

Read more

  • USA crude oil prices stabilise but market sentiment remains bearish
USA crude oil prices stabilise but market sentiment remains bearish

In early Thursday trading, oil prices stabilized, with front-month West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures CLc1 trading at $28.70 per barrel at 0021 GMT (1921 EDT). Crude prices are now trading at a 12-year low of sub $30/barrel. "With oil already hitting such a low, fundamentals are the key issue right now", said Phillip Futures analyst Dani...

Read more

  • Brent Oil Drops Below $30; Iran Shipments Loom
Brent Oil Drops Below $30; Iran Shipments Loom

Geopolitical risks and delays in Iran's return, combined with current market positioning, might lead to a rapid rebound in prices in the coming months that would be fundamentally supported, the report noted. More significant in the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) report was an 8.2 million barrel surge in gasoline inventories, and a 6.1 m...

Read more

  • Analyst Update On Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN)
Analyst Update On Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN)

This ratio is reached when a share's market price is divided its earnings per share. The ex-dividend date was Tuesday, December 29th. This represents a $2.52 dividend on an annualized basis and a yield of 2.78%. Gold last fall said his company believed "that the public markets are not adequately valuing our assets and proven business model" despite...

Read more

  • Five charged with scheme to steal GSK secrets
Five charged with scheme to steal GSK secrets

Infosecurity magazine reports that the two scientists, Yu Xue and Lucy Xi, are said to have emailed and downloaded information on around 12 products to co-conspirators who wanted to "market and sell" the trade secrets through a newly formed Chinese company, Renopharma .

Read more

  • GE to move headquarters to Boston for tech gains
GE to move headquarters to Boston for tech gains

GE Chairman and CEO Jeff Immelt said Wednesday that the Boston area has a diverse, technologically fluent workforce that fits with its aspirations. She said GE is moving to Boston for the same reason Osram is based in Wilmington. "GE recognizes the innovations in our city, the educational institutions in our city, the diversity of our city,...

Read more

  • Lawsuit Launched Against NV Energy Following PUC's Rooftop Solar Ruling
Lawsuit Launched Against NV Energy Following PUC's Rooftop Solar Ruling

Advocates of clean power in Nevada have rallied together to condemn the state's anti-solar energy endeavors. In late December, the commission approved new rates for solar customers. NV Energy has said in the past that the new rates would not increase its profits. Instead of reducing rates, the company asked for a new rate class for solar custom...

Read more

  • President Obama Halts New Coal Leasing On Public Lands
President Obama Halts New Coal Leasing On Public Lands

The U.S. sold billions of tons of coal over the past several decades, and Jewell said those reserves would be enough to sustain current production levels for about 20 years even with no new leases. The move follows on the heels of his state of the union address, in which Obama pledged to look at the out-of-date program, which essentially subsidizes...

Read more