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Money Anti-Trump texts 'cast a cloud' over email probe — Federal Bureau of Investigation report
Author: 0 Anti-Trump texts 'cast a cloud' over email probe — Federal Bureau of Investigation report

Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz said he was "deeply troubled" by these missives, including one text exchange in which a senior Federal Bureau of Investigation official asks: Trump's "not ever going to become president, right?" Comey, days before the election, announced he would revisit the probe after the discovery of new emails, a move that the Clinton camp has blamed for her loss.

Money European Central Bank to end stimulus programme later this year
Author: 0 European Central Bank to end stimulus programme later this year

The free trade agreement with Canada does not ensure sufficient protection for Italy's specialty foods, new Agriculture Minister Gian Marco Centinaio said in a newspaper interview. The bonds of the region's second most indebted country climbed for the third day as money-market pricing suggests investors don't expect a 10-basis point hike in the deposit rate until December 2019, compared with estimates for September 2019 immediately after the ECB's decision Thursday.

Money Some Chattanooga Airport flights canceled
Author: 0 Some Chattanooga Airport flights canceled

Yesterday evening, thousands of people were stranded at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport after a computer glitch shut down all flights in and out of Charlotte for over 12 hours. Disgruntled passengers at Charlotte's airport let American Airlines have it on social media late Thursday. "The issue has been resolved and we apologize to our customers for the inconvenience", the airlines told Newsweek .

Money China pledges to 'immediately' retalliate to Donald Trump's latest tariffs
Author: 0 China pledges to 'immediately' retalliate to Donald Trump's latest tariffs

Chinese media have mocked US President Donald Trump over plans to impose 25% tariffs on $50bn worth of Chinese goods , saying "wise men build bridges but fools build walls". The second wave of Chinese tariffs will come later in the year, targeting another 114 goods worth $16 billion, including chemicals, medical equipment, and energy products like coal, crude oil, and gasoline.

Money The SEC says Ethereum's cryptocurrency isn't a security
Author: 0 The SEC says Ethereum's cryptocurrency isn't a security

Clayton further classified initial coin offerings (ICOs ) as securities, but didn't mention SEC's stance on cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin. Projects will often dance around their token's nomenclature to avoid self-branding as something that could be seen as a security, but Hinman conveyed that the SEC isn't fooled by the verbal footwork.

Money Gold Steady in Face of Rate Hikes
Author: 0 Gold Steady in Face of Rate Hikes

Interest rates are going up again as the economy gets hotter. So it's something that's something we're watching very carefully. Accordingly, one less individual saw three or fewer hikes. The Fed is suggesting six more hikes by 2020's end, while Fed Fund Futures are pricing in approximately three hikes over the same period. At nine years, the economic expansion is now the second-longest in history.

Money China imposes equal tariffs on US products
Author: 0 China imposes equal tariffs on US products

The initial list mostly targets Chinese goods that fall under the " Made in China 2025 " initiative, or other Chinese government-backed programs aimed at advancing Chinese industry. "We will immediately introduce tariff measures of the same scale and strength". China has published its own list of threatened tariffs on US$50 billion of U.S.

Money Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes indicted on criminal charges
Author: 0 Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes indicted on criminal charges

Holmes didn't admit or deny the SEC's claims in her settlement, while Balwani is fighting the agency's suit and has denied wrongdoing. It also alleges that the pair defrauded doctors and patients by making false claims about the effectiveness of Theranos's blood tests, including those for calcium, potassium, HIV and diabetes.

Money Kansas sheriff's deputy killed, another wounded in shooting near courthouse
Author: 0 Kansas sheriff's deputy killed, another wounded in shooting near courthouse

Officials identified the deputy that died in the shooting as Patrick Rohrer, 35. FOX4 knows that the Kansas City Convention Center was put on lockdown, and that was lifted at about 5:30 p.m. There is surveillance video of the scene, Blair added. Blair says the wounded have been taken to the University of Kansas Hospital. The Kansas Capitol Police tweeted their prayers.

Money Bitcoin’s 2017 price surge was caused by Tether manipulation
Author: 0 Bitcoin’s 2017 price surge was caused by Tether manipulation

The prices climbed faster on exchanges the dealt in Tether than on those that didn't. The exchange, which is registered in the Caribbean with offices in Asia, was subpoenaed by United States regulators shortly after articles about the concerns appeared in The New York Times and other publications.

Money Elon Musk’s Boring Company will build high-speed transit tunnels in Chicago
Author: 0 Elon Musk’s Boring Company will build high-speed transit tunnels in Chicago

We got a look at the future station at the beginning of a 17-mile system of twin underground tunnels carrying electric vehicles at speeds of up to 150 miles per hour. The proposed cost - which hasn't be confirmed by the mayor's office or by The Boring Company - is orders of magnitude cheaper than the cost usually associated with tunneling projects, setting aside the infrastructure needed inside to run Musk's "Express Loop" trains.

Money Minimum wage doesn't pay the rent anywhere
Author: 0 Minimum wage doesn't pay the rent anywhere

The three occupations with the greatest projected growth that pay a median wage higher than the housing wage are general operations managers, software developers and registered nurses. "The rents are far out of reach from what the average renter is earning". The housing wage for a one-bedroom apartment in Washington is $21.65.

Money Apple reported a decline in demand for iPhone
Author: 0 Apple reported a decline in demand for iPhone

But Forbes' interprets the iPhone X Plus schematic as a confirmation that the iPhone X Plus "will introduce triple rear camera". However, it can't be confirmed as the iPhone X also has a similar camera setup but the third lens in the center is actually the LED flash.

Money White House aide apologises over 'special place in hell' comment
Author: 0 White House aide apologises over 'special place in hell' comment

Trudeau had engaged in "bad-faith diplomacy", Navarro maintained. Speaking during a press conference following his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore , Trump suggested Trudeau's remarks during the G7, in which he claimed that Canada "will not be pushed around" by the U.S., has soured the relationship between the pair.

Money Toyota pours $1 billion into ride-hailing firm Grab
Author: 0 Toyota pours $1 billion into ride-hailing firm Grab

Grab said it plans to work with its new investor "to create a more efficient transport network that will ease traffic congestion in Southeast Asia's megacities" and help its drivers increase their income. There has been speculation for several years about a potential IPO for Grab, but in April, CEO Anthony Tan told CNBC it was just one of "many options" for the company.

Money Dixons Carphone's huge data breach is the first big blunder post GDPR
Author: 0 Dixons Carphone's huge data breach is the first big blunder post GDPR

While the breach took place last July, Dixons Carphone only realised that it had occurred in the last week and the notification delay of nearly a year was not a case of the firm covering up the fact, allegedly. However, it was quick to add that 5.8 million of these cards had chip and PIN protection, and that the data stolen did not include pin codes, card verification values (CVV) or authentication data - making it more hard for the hackers to monetize the breached data.

Money AT&T wins court approval to buy Time Warner for $85B
Author: 0 AT&T wins court approval to buy Time Warner for $85B

An array of public interest and labor groups - many of them far from supporters of Trump - nevertheless supported the Justice Department's attempt to block the deal. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In a blunt statement after the ruling was issued, Time Warner pointed the finger at President Trump , implying that he influenced the DOJ's decision to bring the case.

Money Burger chains slam IHOP for name change to 'IHOb'
Author: 0 Burger chains slam IHOP for name change to 'IHOb'

The fast-food chain Wendy's has become notorious for its sassy social media presence in the previous year, with tweets targeting both McDonald's and Burger King. Since IHOP announced the name change (without saying to what) on Twitter last Monday, more than 30,000 people have participated in the speculation game.

Money US military in Korea says no guidance on cancelling war games
Author: 0 US military in Korea says no guidance on cancelling war games

There are 130,000 people in concentration camps in North Korea . The statement comes just hours after Trump and Kim's historic summit on North Korean nuclear weapons. The agreement lacks details and a timetable on denuclearization . Moon however cautioned that this was "just a beginning and there may be many difficulties ahead".

Author: 0 Burger King trolls IHOP in the best way possible

On their Twitter account, the pancake retailer announced the new name, but the company really set the internet on fire by inexplicably not revealing what the "b" stands for, making people wait until today for the big reveal. The change is actually to celebrate the restaurant's new line of burgers. IHOP hosted a Twitter poll, taking guesses for what the B could stand for.

Money The End Of Net Neutrality Is Here
Author: 0 The End Of Net Neutrality Is Here

The governors of New York, New Jersey , and Montana, for example, have each signed executive orders requiring broadband providers with state contracts to be net neutral. FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat who voted against the repeal, said Monday that the decision put the FCC "on the wrong side of history, the wrong side of the law, and the wrong side of the American public".

Author: 0 Inside Singapore's $20m Trump-Kim summit showcase

Now, both sides appear prepared to let Tuesday's historic face-to-face between the sitting leaders of the USA and North Korea function as more of an ice-breaker (and photo op) than a high-stakes diplomatic showdown. He has also dangled the prospect of Kim visiting Washington if the meeting goes well. As it happens, the North Korean and the American share a tendency to act unpredictably on the world stage.

Author: 0 Elon Musk's Boring Company Releases Its 'Not-A-Flamethrower'

The firm plans to build a network of tunnels where vehicles are transported on electric skates to their destination, reducing traffic on the surface. 1,000 flamethrowers are being distributed today by The Boring Company at the first Not-A Flamethrower pickup party and buyers are ecstatic.

Money Ajit Pai Says Killing Net Neutrality Will Be Really Wonderful
Author: 0 Ajit Pai Says Killing Net Neutrality Will Be Really Wonderful

Chances are they were saying that to make it more likely that the FCC's rules would be repealed, or so they could support a bill with much weaker regulations and perhaps even some benefits for the ISPs. "This gives free reign to broadband providers to block or throttle your broadband service as long as they inform you of it". As for Congress, the Senate issued a vote to overturn the decision in May and the House of Representatives now has the opportunity to do the same.

Money Bitcoin tumbles as hackers hit South Korean exchange Coinrail
Author: 0 Bitcoin tumbles as hackers hit South Korean exchange Coinrail

The South Korean police began an investigation on Monday after Korea's seventh largest crypto exchange Coinrail lost more than 40 billion ($37 million) in altcoins in an apparent attack by hackers over the weekend. Bitcoin took a hit over the weekend. Bitcoin was trading at around $6,750 in early afternoon trading in Asia. Bitcoin was one of those affected, falling 10 percent to its lowest price in two months.

Money Some Congressional Lawmakers Question Trump Trade War
Author: 0 Some Congressional Lawmakers Question Trump Trade War

You would think a USA president who is hours away from sitting down for negotiations with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and perhaps bring an end to the Korean War and maybe making some headway on the denuclearization of the Koreas would be completely focused on that, but not Donald Trump .

Author: 0 IHOP reveals the secret behind their new name IHOb

Mushroom and Swiss burger with mushrooms, sautéed onions and Swiss cheese. And the internet isn't supporting the measure. "But I think IHOb will resurface at that point to hearken back to this fun time people are having right now". All other locations will serve up the full slate of new burgers . It is not yet known how drastic of a change the shift from pancakes to burgers will be.

Money Trump Rejects G-7 Statement, Claiming Trudeau Is 'Very Dishonest and Weak'
Author: 0 Trump Rejects G-7 Statement, Claiming Trudeau Is 'Very Dishonest and Weak'

Trump's threats of a trade war, the president backed out of the group's joint statement that Trudeau said all the leaders had come together to sign. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, California Democrat, said it's one thing for Mr. Trump to get angry, but quite another to ditch the agreement. Mr Larry Kudlow , the US President's economic adviser, said Trudeau's comments were "a betrayal" and that he had "stabbed us in the back".

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