NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Wednesday: Alphabet Inc., up $24.20 to $1,318.94 Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are relinquishing their executive positions in Google’s parent company. Expedia Group Inc., up $6.17 to $105.56 CEO Mark Okerstrom and CFO Alan Pickerill resigned at the request of the company’s board. HP Inc., up 41 cents to $20.04 Activist investor Carl Icahn wrote an open letter to HP’s board urging it to consider a takeover proposal from Xerox. G-III Apparel Group Inc., down 62 cents to $27.89 The women’s clothing company, whose brands include DKNY and Donna Karan, cut its full-year forecasts. Instructure Inc., down $4.21 to $48.75 The online education company agreed to be acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo for $47.60 a share in cash. HealthEquity Inc., up $2.08 to $63.32 The provider of services for managing health care accounts reported earnings that easily beat … [Read more...] about Alphabet, ConocoPhillips rise while Instructure, G-III fall
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Jonghyun passed away on December 18, aged 27, after inhaling either toxic fumes or smoke in a rented apartment in Seoul. His dramatic death had put a stop to the eagerly awaited comeback of SHINee. The boy band was set to hold a series of concert in Japan in February 2018. In the aftermath of the tragedy, it was unclear whether the four remaining members — Onew, Key, Minho and Taemin — would make a comeback as a group. However, a collection of hand-written letters from SHINee's members, recently published on their agency's official website, has shed light on the situation. © AP Photo / Chiang Ying-yingSouth Korean pop group SHINee pose for photographers during a media event before the M COUNTDOWN Nihao-Taiwan concert in Taipei, Taiwan, Wednesday, April 24, 2013 The letters reflect SHINee members' intention to push on with the previously-scheduled SHINee World The Best … [Read more...] about SHINee Members’ Hand-Written Letters Reveal Future Plans After Jonghyun Death
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On Thursday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang skewered “the Chinese government” and the NBA over the controversy regarding a tweet from Daryl Morey, the general manager of the Houston Rockets. In a statement provided to The Hill, Yang said: The Chinese government banning NBA games because of a deleted tweet by a franchise employee is ridiculous. The main losers would be the Chinese fans who would find another way to watch the games. The NBA should feel confident in its position and stand up for the free speech rights of its employees. On October 4, Morey sent out a tweet that featured a pro-Hong Kong graphic, which read: “Fight for freedom. Stand with Hong Kong.” Morey deleted the tweet, and issued the following statement: I did not intend my tweet to cause any offense to Rockets fans and friends of mine in China. I was merely voicing one thought, based on one interpretation, of one complicated event. I have had a lot of opportunity since … [Read more...] about Andrew Yang Skewers China Over ‘Ridiculous’ Reaction To ‘Deleted Tweet’ From NBA General Manager
Lupin on Tuesday posted 65 percent decline in net profit to Rs 221.7 crore in the third quarter ended December, much below analyst expectations due to slide in US generics business and forex losses.Lupin posted Rs 455 crore net profit in the same period of previous year. The company's revenues dropped 11.3 percent on year-on-year (YoY) basis Rs 3975.7 crore in the third quarter.The foreign exchange loss stood at Rs. 82.1 crore and the company also took a one-time charge of 36 crore related to changes in tax rate in US from 35 percent to 21 percent.Close Lupin has brought down the R&D expenses by 17 percent to Rs 476 crore on YoY basis. related news 373 infra projects show cost overruns of Rs 3.89 lakh cr Zomato looks to become profitable by end-2020 Five of top-10 most valued firms add Rs 56,877 cr in m-cap The company's EBITDA margin stood at 18.4 percent in the December quarter, below company’s projected target of 21 percent in FY18.The results … [Read more...] about Lupin net profit drops 65% on sliding US biz and forex loss
Houston-based Cameron LNG's export facility in southwest Louisiana, which failed to report a liquefied natural gas leak just one day after it began production, won't be required to pay a fine after it settled with federal regulators.The settlement downgraded the proposed $41,600 civil penalty to zero and will serve as a warning for Cameron LNG, records show.Cameron LNG was slated to have a hearing this week over the penalty levied by the U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration regarding the unreported leak.The company contested the agency's allegations and fine in mid-August and requested a hearing for Dec. 3. The company outlined why it did not commit violations, but most of the document was marked confidential so those arguments are unknown. By mid-November, the company requested a postponement of the hearing and began negotiating a settlement with the federal regulator, records show. "The parties have successfully narrowed the … [Read more...] about Cameron LNG and feds settle for warning – not fine – over not disclosing Hackberry site leaks