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Marie Dayag , the customer that captured the footage, said the fight started over a free soda. She also said she was charged with battery, reported DailyMailOnline . "We do not condone the behavior depicted in this video, and are now investigating", Bohn said. As the staff member storms toward her, the customer picks up a metal tray and hits her in the head with it, but she barely notices.
  • Putin "ready" to visit D.C., invites Trump to Russian Federation

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    Mr. Trump claimed days after the joint news conference with Putin that he had misspoken, and never meant to suggest there was no reason to suspect the Russian security services meddled in the 2016 election that won him the White House. "And I am ready for that". "(Trump) has a desire to conduct meetings in the future and I am ready", Putin said, stressing, however, that conditions should be in place for such events to go ahead.
  • Papa John's founder sues for corporate records

    Papa John's founder sues for corporate records

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    Schnatter compared the board's request that he step down as chairman to its prompting of his resignation as CEO past year amid controversy over remarks he made regarding National Football League players protesting during the national anthem.
  • SEC Rejects Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF Proposal

    SEC Rejects Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF Proposal

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    In fact, for the second review, SEC started a round of public comment. However, the SEC reiterated the concerns it had raised in its previous order as per the order published on Thursday. "This "overbought" condition becomes a bearish signal when a new high in price does not coincide with a new high in the RSI", for Bitcoin , said Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at online trading firm Oanda Corp.in London.
  • U.S. President Trump says 'tariffs are the greatest'

    U.S. President Trump says 'tariffs are the greatest'

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    Both sides agreed to work to decrease industrial tariffs and adjust regulations to allow U.S. medical devices to be traded more easily in European markets. I said, 'Okay. Good. We're going to tariff your cars.'. "We shouldn't have a policy that creates economic distress and then implement FDR-style New Deal era programs to remedy problems of our own creation", said Rep.
  • Cop helps homeless get ready for job interview

    Cop helps homeless get ready for job interview

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    Kelly Duvall sent in a picture and video to the police department after her daughter filmed an officer shave a homeless man's beard outside a Circle K gas station on Thomasville Road, CBS affiliate WTSP-TV reports. Carlson said he immediately knew he had to help the man. While Officer Carlson was tightening a loose screw on the razor Phil explained what he was doing and why he had the razor.
  • Facebook market value plunges $119 billion

    Facebook market value plunges $119 billion

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    It is the largest stock market decline for Facebook since the company went public in May of 2012. That could be down to the drop being a one-off, potentially following the Cambridge Analytica data sharing scandal , or even the sharing of private posts belonging to some 14 million Facebook users , rather than a downward spiral for Facebook .
  • Donald Trump strikes trade deal with E.U

    Donald Trump strikes trade deal with E.U

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    China alone imported $12.3 billion of USA soybeans a year ago, according to the USDA . The commercial also targets White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, who called the impact of the tariffs a "rounding error". On Tuesday, the administration announced a plan to give farmers some relief. This comes as President Donald Trump appears at the Veterans of Foreign Wars national convention in Kansas City in the heart of the nation's farm country.
  • Chinese government withdraws approval for Facebook subsidiary

    Chinese government withdraws approval for Facebook subsidiary

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    Facebook, which said on Tuesday it planned to create an "innovation hub" to support local startups and developers, did not respond to multiple requests for comment. Senate Intelligence Committee that four of its 60 past data-sharing agreements were with Chinese hardware manufacturers. "I've seen a lot of things get censored in China, but I've never seen a corporate filing in an official database disappear in front of my eyes", tweeted NYT reporter Paul Mozur who speculated that it appeared ...
  • Trump on Mexico Trade: 'May Have Something Worked Out'

    Trump on Mexico Trade: 'May Have Something Worked Out'

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    Mexico and the United States are scheduled to hold one-on-one talks Thursday in Washington. Trump says that he agrees with four priorities that were outlined by Lopez Obrador in a previous letter. Mr. Trump escalated his protectionist rhetoric on Tuesday. Freeland says the solar panel tariff is a violation of NAFTA rules and was imposed even though the United States International Trade Commission determined imports from Canada were not hurting the US economy.
  • Houthi fighters attack Saudi ship off Yemen's coast

    Houthi fighters attack Saudi ship off Yemen's coast

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    Earlier in the day, Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for an attack on an unnamed Saudi tanker off the contested port of Hodeidah, Yemen . The Saudi-led coalition launched its military intervention in Yemen three years ago, in an attempt to restore ousted former President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi to power.
  • Saudi Arabia will not boost oil export this month, official says

    Saudi Arabia will not boost oil export this month, official says

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    However, for the week, August futures contract shed about 0.8%, amid rising concerns about U.S. - China trade war. This caused Jim Krane , fellow for energy studies at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, to remark, "The U.S.is turning into a stable supplier of light, sweet crude that can go to market when others can't".
  • China being vicious on trade, says Trump

    China being vicious on trade, says Trump

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    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom will signal the EU's willingness to negotiate a bilateral trade agreement on manufactured goods, or a so-called plurilateral sectoral agreement between all major vehicle exporters which would cut or eliminate tariffs on automobiles globally.
  • European Shares To Open On Firm Note As Global Bond Yields Rise

    European Shares To Open On Firm Note As Global Bond Yields Rise

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    Yield target of about 0 per cent for 10-year Japanese government bonds. "That fear gets stoked when you have reports such as this", said Rory McPherson, Psigma Investment Management's head of investment strategy. The spread, or yield curve, has been watched closely by traders because it was flattening, a possible warning of economic trouble. MSCI's gauge of stocks across the globe shed 0.15 percent, with stocks broadly lower across Europe, Asia and emerging markets.
  • European Union agrees to buy more USA soy, import more liquified gas

    European Union agrees to buy more USA soy, import more liquified gas

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    In a speech to The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States on Tuesday, Trump said farmers will eventually be "the biggest beneficiary" of his tariffs. At the very least, the show of comity between the European Union and US governments should calm markets and perhaps reassure other sectors of the economy that are under the gun as a result of more tariffs planned by the administration.
  • Qualcomm confirms Apple likely to drop its modems in next iPhone

    Qualcomm confirms Apple likely to drop its modems in next iPhone

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    George Davis, Qualcomm's Financial Chief said "We believe Apple intends to exclusively use our competitor's modems rather than our modems in its next iPhone release", during an earnings call with industry analysts. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously revealed that it would be released in gold, grey, white , blue, red and orange, but a contrary report by Japanese website Macotakara claims they will be similar to the colours Apple offers in its current iPhone X cases range instead.
  • Iran's Top Commander: U.S. Will Regret Triggering 'Unimaginable' Response from Tehran

    Iran's Top Commander: U.S. Will Regret Triggering 'Unimaginable' Response from Tehran

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    Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif responded to Trump with a Twitter post of his own, saying: "We've been around for millennia & seen fall of empires, incl our own, which lasted more than the life of some countries". However, he did not elaborate on whether the step was taken in relation to the US government's decision to impose sanctions on countries not stopping crude oil imports from Iran.
  • Trump secures concessions to avoid US-EU trade war

    Trump secures concessions to avoid US-EU trade war

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    The Trump administration will reportedly today announce up to US$12 billion in emergency relief for farmers hurt by the trade war , the New York Times reported. The US and the European Union have been lobbing new tariffs on products since Trump announced earlier this year tough new levies on steel and aluminum exports.
  • Asus, Philips and others face a combined €111 million for price fixing

    Asus, Philips and others face a combined €111 million for price fixing

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    A fine of 111 million euros (or $130 million) followed and in the receiving end were four big names: Philips , Pioneer , Asus and Denon & Marantz. The OEMs allegedly used software to track prices of their products at online retailers. Further antitrust fines against these four tech companies, once again, reiterates that the European Commission isn't playing around when it comes to antitrust behaviour in an online European market now worth over €500 billion each year.
  • Facebook stock falls 24 percent on forecast for slowing growth, rising expenses

    Facebook stock falls 24 percent on forecast for slowing growth, rising expenses

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    The new privacy law forced several changes to Facebook's privacy terms and sign-up process, leading a minority of users to opt for non-personalized ads, which tend to generate less revenue. The company beat the profit forecast, with $1.74 per-share earnings. The Menlo Park, California-based company reported net income of $5.11 billion, or $1.74 a share, compared with analysts' average estimate of $1.71 a share, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
  • Fiat boss Marchionne dies aged 66

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    His partner, Manuela Battezzato, works in Fiat Chrysler's press office. When Chrysler went into bankruptcy in 2009 and faced the prospect of being liquidated, Mr. One of the auto industry's biggest names, Sergio Marchionne , died Wednesday morning. "Our entire team at Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi were saddened to learn of the death of Sergio Marchionne ".
  • Republicans Say Trump's Farmers Bailout Will Not Work

    Republicans Say Trump's Farmers Bailout Will Not Work

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    Mr. Trump repeatedly complains that the European Union imposes 10% tariffs on auto imports, compared with 2.5% imposed by the U.S. He declines to mention the 25% tariffs the U.S. "You've got to treat everybody the same". "Our farmers have been in nonstop, saying they want trade, not aid, and now they're being put on welfare", Sen.
  • $1 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Plymouth

    $1 Million Mega Millions Ticket Sold In Plymouth

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    A half dozen other players - including one in MI - matched five white balls to win $1 million each. The California Lottery says one lucky person won the Mega Millions lottery Tuesday night. Since that day, more than 14 million winning tickets have been sold. The victor can choose to take an immediate lump-sum payout of $308 million before taxes.
  • Papa John's tries to prevent founder from gaining control

    Papa John's tries to prevent founder from gaining control

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    Papa John's global said on July 22 it adopted a shareholder-rights plan - a kind of defense against takeovers or uninvited stake building - after the company's founder John Schnatter , also its largest shareholder, resigned. Papa John's management did not respond to a request for clarification. Late a year ago, Schnatter stepped down as chief executive officer of the pizza chain he started in his father's in tavern.
  • Sergio Marchionne, who saved Fiat and Chrysler, dies at 66

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    Marchionne became an influential player in Formula 1 after he was appointed as Chairman and Chief Executive of Ferrari in 2014, as a replacement for long-standing chief Luca di Montezemolo. In 2009, he presided over Fiat's merger with Chrysler, which was then the number three carmaker in the US. Mr Marchionne a couple of times threatened to pull Ferrari out of F1 after 2020 if he was unhappy with the changes.
  • Ex-Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne dies, aged 66

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    It is not yet known what the reason for his death is, but complications arose after undergoing surgery on his shoulder recently. He added: "My family and I will always be grateful for what he has done". When Marchionne was named chief executive, Fiat had gone through five CEOs in less than two years. He formed a powerful alliance with Mercedes, fighting major changes to the sport being planned by new owners Liberty Media for 2021.
  • Trump Says Ready to Make 'A Real Deal' With Iran

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    The message echoed remarks Trump made to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un in August a year ago amid a flurry of missile tests. Many ordinary Iranians are anxious that the war of words might lead to a military confrontation but insiders in Tehran told Reuters they believed the Trump administration would not drag the United States into another quagmire in the Middle East.
  • More Ryanair flights cancelled amid pilot strikes

    More Ryanair flights cancelled amid pilot strikes

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    So far, the airline has only recognised cabin crew and pilots' unions in Britain and Italy. Next week's strike is nevertheless maintained, because no progress was made at the meeting, Elsen added. Ryanair confirmed that it has already issued email and text messages to the affected customers advising them that their flights have been cancelled seven days in advance due to a notified strike by some cabin crew in Belgium, Portugal and Spain.
  • Trump tweets tariffs ‘are the greatest’ and threatens additional levies

    Trump tweets tariffs ‘are the greatest’ and threatens additional levies

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    On Tuesday night, Trump issued a tweet proposing that both the USA and the European Union drop all three as European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker prepares to visit Washington for trade talks on Wednesday. The Post credited "two people briefed on the plan" as sources. An announcement could come as soon as Tuesday. This comes as President Donald Trump appears at the Veterans of Foreign Wars national convention in Kansas City in the heart of the nation's farm country.
  • GOP senators voice doubts on farm tariff relief

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    But, they are expecting us to offset the cost of the (50 percent) tariff. In the past four months, Trump has imposed tariffs against steel and aluminum imports from China, Canada, Mexico, the European Union , Japan, and a range of other countries, and he is threatening to broaden the scope of the tariffs to cars and uranium imports, among other things.
  • Trump planning emergency aid to farmers affected by tariffs

    Trump planning emergency aid to farmers affected by tariffs

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    Agriculture officials say the plan will not require congressional approval. Through the Market Facilitation Program, Food Purchase and Distribution Program and Trade Promotion Program, the USDA will provide payments to producers of soybeans, sorghum and other crops, by purchasing unexpected surplus of affected commodities and assist in developing new export markets.
  • Trump praises rapport with Kim, hails dismantling of N.Korea site

    Trump praises rapport with Kim, hails dismantling of N.Korea site

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    The dismantling of such a site does not necessarily mean that short-range targets such as South Korea and Japan are safe from launches, or that North Korea may not possess other secret sites to launch missiles from. "Likewise, no Nuclear Tests". After an problematic meeting in Pyongyang involving Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and a team of North Korean officials, the North criticized the US for making unilateral demands of North Korea while ignoring Pyongyang's expectations, with a peace ...
  • Trump plans to send billions in aid to US farmers

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    Tariffs levied by President Trump against traditional American economic partners like China and the European Union may hurt farmers in the short-term, but according to the CEO of the Summit Agricultural Group, the tariffs could ultimately help the agricultural sector.
  • 5th-largest Mega Millions jackpot being drawn Tuesday

    5th-largest Mega Millions jackpot being drawn Tuesday

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    The Mega Millions jackpot has reached $512 million for tonight's drawing. Players pick numbers from 1 to 70, and one Mega Ball number from 1 to 25. It may seem like everybody's buying lottery tickets, especially when the jackpots get this big, but actually only half of the United States population buys them.
  • Trump celebrates 'American pride' by inspecting US-made goods

    Trump celebrates 'American pride' by inspecting US-made goods

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    The Trump administration will announce a plan on Tuesday to extend billions of dollars in aid to farmers negatively affected by tariffs resulting from President Donald Trump's widening trade feud with other countries . "It's as simple as that". He has also threatened to slap tariffs on imported cars, trucks and auto parts, potentially targeting imports that a year ago totaled $335 billion.
  • Alphabet reports solid Q2 earnings despite EC fine

    Alphabet reports solid Q2 earnings despite EC fine

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    Google said it would appeal the ruling. Alphabet's revenues in the quarter increased 26 percent to $32.7 billion as users clicked on more of the ads that Google serves atop its search results and before YouTube videos. Investors are keen as to whether Google will be forced to alter the business model for mobile-software distribution to adhere with the European Union fine , and what those long-terms costs will be.
  • Pepperidge Farm Is Recalling 4 Kinds of Goldfish Crackers

    Pepperidge Farm Is Recalling 4 Kinds of Goldfish Crackers

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    Pepperidge Farm said Monday that it was voluntarily recalling more than 3 million units of its popular Goldfish crackers due to possible salmonella contamination. Before tossing or returning anything, however, consumers should check the company's chart and take a closer look at the indicated code and packing options to make sure that product is part of the recall.
  • Alphabet shrugs off EU's record €4.3bn fine

    Alphabet shrugs off EU's record €4.3bn fine

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    Shares of Google-parent Alphabet are trading up 1% at $1,210 a share ahead of the company's second-quarter earnings report due out after the closing bell. Business Insider has contacted Google for comment. But the issues have yet to halt Google, which has grown quarterly revenue at least 20 percent year-over-year for two straight years.
  • Tesla shares hit by report it is seeking refunds

    Tesla shares hit by report it is seeking refunds

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    A memo provided to The Wall Street Journal showed the electric vehicle maker asked one supplier to return what it calls a meaningful amount of money on its payments since 2016. Tesla has been burning through cash at a rate of about US$1 billion a quarter, or more than US$7,430 every minute, according to data compiled by Bloomberg , and finished the first quarter with US$2.7 billion in cash on hand.
  • India scraps tampon tax after campaign

    India scraps tampon tax after campaign

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    The return will have two tables - one for reporting outward supplies and one for availing of input tax credit based on invoices uploaded by the supplier. However, tax payment would be monthly. According to the report, Punjab's finance minister left the meeting midway, upset with the way the consultative process took place.