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Motor racing-F1 rules eased to allow demonstration events
Formula One has tweaked its sporting regulations so that teams can run current cars at demonstration events organised by new owners Liberty Media. The change concerning the use of cars outside of a grand prix event and official test sessions allows teams to take part in "demonstration events organised by the commercial rights holder."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlines plan to crack down on election interference
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said Thursday that the company is taking additional steps to protect election integrity on the its platform. Facebook stock edged down less than 1% after hours to $171.05. "So today I want to share the steps we're taking to protect election integrity and make sure that Facebook is a force for good in democracy," he said in a Facebook Live video. "While the amount of problematic content we've found so far remains relatively small, any attempted interference is a serious issue." Among other measures, Zuckerberg promised to add 250 people across the company that are focused on security and safety, which would include doubling the current team working on election security. The Facebook executive also said the company plans to make political advertising "more transparent" by forcing advertisers to disclose which page paid for ads and also will let its users see any ads a page is running across all audiences on its platform. Facebook plans to work more closely with election commissions around the world and share more information with other tech and security firms. "... We are in a new world. It is a new challenge for internet communities to deal with nation states attempting to subvert elections. But if that's what we must do, we are committed to rising to the occasion." This year Facebook shares have risen 35.7%, as the S&P 500 index increasing 9.9%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Hackers sneaked Into Equifax Systems in March
Hackers roamed undetected in Equifax Inc.'s computer network for more than four months before its security team uncovered the massive data breach, the security firm FireEye Inc. said this week in a confidential note sent to some Equifax customers.
BRIEF-Delphi, Blackberry partner for autonomous driving operating system platform
* Delphi teams with Blackberry QNX for autonomous driving
operating system platform
Honeywell Appoints Richard Lattanzi And Dino Koutrouki As New Security And Fire Leaders
Honeywell, a provider of products, software and technologies for connected buildings and homes, has announced Richard (Rich) Lattanzi as the president of Honeywell’s global security business and Dino Koutrouki as the president of Honeywell’s global fire business. In their new leadership roles, Lattanzi and Koutrouki will drive greater customer focus. Both will continue to report to Michael Flink, president of Honeywell Security and Fire.
“Serving our customers and growing our business are at the core of everything we do in our security and fire businesses,” said Flink. “Having two independent teams focused on their business will bring us closer to our customers, maximizing our core strengths and enabling increased efficiencies. I am confident that Rich and Dino will drive performance in their respective businesses to better serve our customers.”
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FBI was wiretapping ex-Trump campaign chairman Manafort as late as this year: report
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was secretly wiretapped by the FBI before and after the presidential election, CNN reported late Monday. The report said the surveillance continued until early this year, a time period when Manafort and President Donald Trump were still communicating, though it was not immediately clear if his conversations with Trump had been captured. CNN said special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team has been given details of Manafort's intercepted communications. While sources told CNN the evidence may not be not conclusive, FBI investigators were reportedly concerned that Manafort was encouraging Russian meddling in the election. The secret surveillance order was first approved by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court in 2014, and renewed at some point last year. Earlier this summer, Manafort's home was raided by the FBI and his spokesman subpoenaed by the Mueller investigation. In late August, it was reported that Mueller was working with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in his Manafort investigation to share potential evidence of financial crimes. In a separate report Monday, the New York Times said Mueller's investigators told Manafort during the raid on his house that they planned to indict him.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. Teams Up to Deliver Higher-Octane Returns
The refined products logistics company is joining forces with Valero Energy to juice the returns of an expansion project.
BRIEF-D.R. Horton Inc says experienced minimal damage to homes under construction in Houston
D.R. Horton Inc(DHI): * Says experienced minimal damage to homes under construction in Houston, teams have resumed full operations. * Says Florida divisions are currently assessing the storm’s damage and its potential impact on their operational schedules. * Says do not currently expect any impact to previously issued preliminary fiscal 2018 guidance.
CWT Commodities' U.S. team leaves for U.S. stevedoring team
Sept 15 (Reuters) - Virginia-based stevedoring and shipping
terminal operator T. Parker Host on Friday said it had hired all
the staff from CWT Commodities' U.S. team as part of its drive
into metals logistics and warehousing.
Episode 647: Hard Work Is Irrelevant
Patty McCord helped create a workplace at Netflix that runs more like a professional sports team than a family. If you're not up to scratch, you're off the team. Is this the future of work?
WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton leaving Facebook
WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton announced his departure from the company Tuesday, three years after Facebook Inc. bought the messaging app for $22 billion. "After 8 years at WhatsApp, I have decided to move on and start a new chapter in my life," he said in a Facebook post. Acton said he intends to start a foundation "focused at the intersection of nonprofit, technology and communications." Acton ran WhatsApp's engineering team. His fellow co-founder, CEO Jan Koum, will remain at the company. Last week, Facebook said it would eventually start charging companies for some of WhatsApp's features as it seeks a path to monetization. In July, Facebook said WhatsApp had reached 1 billion daily active users, but that it will take a few years to start making money from the app. Facebook shares are up 17% in the past three months, and up 50% year to date, compared to compared to the S&P 500's gains of 3% and 12%, respectively.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Teamsters chief fears U.S. self-driving trucks may be unsafe, hit jobs
WASHINGTON, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The head of the 1.4-million
member International Brotherhood of Teamsters union is mounting
an aggressive effort to convince Congress to reject new rules to
speed the deployment of self-driving trucks, warning they could
lead to the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs and reduce
UPDATE 3-Ex-Knicks star Oakley sues Dolan, MSG over removal from game
NEW YORK, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Former New York Knicks basketball star Charles Oakley has filed a lawsuit against team owner James Dolan, stemming from Oakley's forcible, televised removal from a game at Madison Square Garden in February.
Alexion to fire 20% of global workforce in restructuring
Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. said early Tuesday that it plans to fire 20% of its global workforce as part of a restructuring effort. Alexion expects pre-tax savings of about $270 million in GAAP and about $250 million in non-GAAP each year by 2019, and said that expenses associated with the restructuring are expected to total $340 million to $440 million. The changes will affect GAAP EPS guidance but not the company's 2017 revenue guidance or 2017 non-GAAP EPS guidance. Alexion said the restructuring savings will allow it to meet financial ambitions, "including growing GAAP operating margin to 37% and non-GAAP operating margin to 50% in 2019," and that it plans to invest about $100 million a year into research and development starting next year. As part of the restructuring, the company said it plans to eliminate spend and workers associated with de-prioritized drug pipeline programs, close multiple company sites, including its Rhode Island manufacturing facility and certain regional and country-based offices, and outsource certain non-core finance and IT roles. Alexion also plans to relocate its headquarters from New Haven, Ct. to Boston, Ma. by mid-2018, with about 400 jobs based in Boston; New Haven will be Alexion's "Center of Excellence" with about 450 jobs based there in research labs, clinical supply and quality teams, nurse case management and enterprise business services. Alexion shares were not active in premarket trade. Shares have surged 33.7% over the last three months, compared with a 2.4% rise in the S&P 500 .Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Some of Trump's lawyers wanted Kushner ousted in June: report
Some of President Donald Trump's top lawyers thought his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, should step down from his post as senior White House adviser in recent months because he posed legal problems related to the Russia election-meddling investigation, according to a Wall Street Journal report late Monday. Kushner's past contacts with Russian officials and business people and his initial failure to disclose those contacts were especially worrisome, the report said. The lawyers reportedly voiced their concerns to Trump in June and even drafted a statement explaining Kushner's departure, but their arguments did not persuade Trump. John Dowd, who leads Trump's legal team, said he did not agree that Kushner needed to go, and argued against it, the Journal reported. Kushner is married to Trump's oldest daughter, Ivanka.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Liberty Tax names Ed Brunot its CEO
Liberty Tax Inc. , the parent company of Liberty Tax Service, said late Friday Ed Brunot has been appointed the company's chief executive. "I was brought on to make organizational and policy changes to drive culture, performance and efficiencies, and I look forward to working with the Board of Directors and our executive team to roll out a plan to leverage the many opportunities that exist for our company," Brunot said in a statement. Liberty shares were flat in the late session after ending the regular trading day down 0.2%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Popular insurance fund marks best daily gain in 6 years even as Hurricane Irma looms
Prominent insurance-linked funds logged their best daily gains in years on Friday, even as Hurricane Irma was ready to lash deadly rains and winds at Florida, among a trio of powerful storms brewing in the Atlantic. Still, PowerShares KBW Property & Casualty Insurance Portfolio jumped 3.7% on Friday, matching the exchanged-traded fund's best one-day rise since Nov. 30, 2011, according to FactSet data. All of its components finished in the green, led by a nearly 7% gain in shares of Maiden Holdings Ltd. and a 5.8% rise in XL Group Ltd.. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average , Travelers Cos. Inc. , rallied 4%, its best day in about five years, since Dec. 5, 2012. Its gain alone added about 30 points to the price-weighted Dow's tepid climb on Friday. Other popular insurance closed sharply higher. The SPDR S&P Insurance ETF ended up 2.8% and the iShares U.S. Insurance ETF closed 2.6% higher. Despite, Friday's odd gains, most of the insurer funds were set to log steep declines. The property and casualty ETF booked a 3.4% weekly decline, the iShares insurance fund slumped 1.8% drop for the period, while the SPDR insurance registered a weekly decline of 2.8%. Winds from Hurricane Irma, already the most powerful Atlantic hurricane on record, on Friday picked up steam as it barreled toward Florida, prompting Gov. Rick Scott to urge all Floridians to evacuate. The approaching storm comes less than two weeks since Hurricane Harvey devastated much of Houston and parts of Louisiana. Besides Irma, hurricanes Katia and Jose are also swirling in the Atlantic. In broader markets, the S&P 500 index closed off 0.2% at 2,461, while the Nasdaq Composite Index ended down 0.6%. The Dow finished in the green on back of Travelers. The insurance giant wiped out its weekly decline to show slight weekly advance. One rationale for insurer gains on the day is the hope that Irma will produce less damaging floodwaters and lasting damage, compared with Harvey. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
BRIEF-Avista announces change in its officer team
Avista Corp(AVA). * Avista announces change in its officer team Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
America Movil says reaches agreement to sell stake in soccer clubs
America Movil, the telecommunications giant of Mexican mogul Carlos Slim, said on Wednesday that it had reached an agreement to sell its 30 percent stake in a group of Mexican soccer clubs. In 2012, the company bought stakes in the Pachuca soccer club, the nation's oldest team, as well as the Leon club.
Francesca's shares sink after profit warning, says corporate headquarters and more impacted by Harvey
Francesca's Holdings Corp. issued a profit warning on Wednesday, saying its corporate headquarters, about 40 stores, an e-commerce fulfillment center, distribution center and many team members were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Shares were halted in premarket trading, then sank 14.2%. As of Tuesday, September 5, Francesca's corporate facilities and all but one store has reopened, according to a statement from Chief Executive Steve Lawrence, however, the company expects that it will take a couple of weeks for its supply chain to return to normal. The retailer reported second-quarter net income of $7.26 million, or 20 cents per share, down from $10.6 million, or 27 cents per share, for the same period last year. The FactSet consensus is 19 cents. Revenue totaled $119.7 million, up from $115.3 million last year and ahead of the $119.0 million FactSet consensus. The company attributed its revenue gain to the addition of 40 boutiques. Same-store sales fell 3%. Francesca's expects third-quarter sales in the range of $105.0 million and $109.0 million, and EPS in the range of breakeven to 5 cents. The Factset consensus is for sales of $122.4 million and EPS of 22 cents. Same-store sales are expected to decline in the mid-to-high teens. For the fiscal year, the retailer expects sales in the range of $481.0 million to $491.0 million, with a high-single digit decrease in same-store sales. EPS is expected to be in the range of 71 cents to 81 cents. The FactSet consensus is for sales of $511.5 million and EPS of 99 cents. Francesca's shares are down 59.6% for the year so far while the S&P 500 index is up 9.8% for the period. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
U.S. men's World Cup hopes brighten with tie against Honduras
The U.S. men's national soccer team can breathe a bit easier after salvaging a tie in dramatic fashion on the road against Honduras on Tuesday, improving its chances of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Bobby Wood scored in the 85th minute for the U.S., giving the Americans a crucial leg up on its qualifying chances. Now it just needs to win its next two matches, against Panama and Trinidad & Tobago in October, to clinch a World Cup berth. If the U.S. had lost, it would have needed help from other teams in securing a berth. The U.S. was stunned Friday by a home loss against Costa Rica. The Americans are currently in third place in their group; the top three spots automatically qualify for the World Cup, while the fourth-place team must play against Asia's fifth-place team in a play-in game for a World Cup spot. The U.S. team hasn't missed making the World Cup since 1986.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
How the UK's football expertise could help China win World Cup.
EY teams up with Maersk, Microsoft on blockchain-based marine insurance
LONDON, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Consultancy EY, data security
firm Guardtime, Microsoft and ship operator Maersk have joined
to build a blockchain-based marine insurance platform that will
be the first real-world use of the nascent technology in the
Bing Predicts: How Each NFL Team Will Finish This Season
Houston Rockets Set To Get A New Owner: Local Billionaire Tilman Fertitta
Reported to be an NBA record $2.2 billion, the sale still must get the league's OK. Leslie Alexander, the team's owner since 1993, is selling it for about $1.5 billion more than what he bought it for.
The pumpkin spice latte is officially back at Starbucks
Starbucks Corp said Tuesday that the pumpkin spice latte, or PSL, as fans call it, has officially launched nationwide for fall. The drink, which is was first conceived more than 14 years ago, is made with real pumpkin, espresso, steamed milk, a combination of spices including nutmeg and clove, whipped cream and pumpkin spice topping. The PSL and Teavana's pumpkin spice chai tea latte will be available in the U.S. and Canada while supplies last. Starbucks shares are up 0.1% in premarket trading, and down 1.1% for the year so far. The S&P 500 index is up 10.6% for 2017 to date.
See also: Maple may end pumpkin spice's dominance as fall's favorite flavorMarket Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
Motor racing-Ferrari continue with tobacco sponsor
The Ferrari Formula One team and tobacco company Philip Morris International (PM) announced on Monday the renewal of one of the longest-running and least obvious sponsorships in sport. A Ferrari statement gave no details about the amount or time frame of the deal.
'La La Land''s Chazelle partners with Netflix for Paris TV musical
Damien Chazelle, the Oscar-winning director of hit movie "La La Land," has another musical in the works, this time a multilingual television series set in Paris. Streaming company Netflix (NFLX) said on Friday it was teaming up with Chazelle on "The Eddy," an eight-part series that will be shot in France with dialogue in French, English and Arabic.
Volkswagen U.S. plant building 400 Atlas SUVs a day: executive
(Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen's U.S. plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is building 400 Atlas SUVs a day, close to capacity and on pace to reach 100,000 per year, Matthias Erb, who heads VW's North American engineering team, said on Thursday.
Volkswagen U.S. plant building 400 Atlas SUVs a day -executive
Aug 31 (Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen's
U.S. plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is building 400 Atlas SUVs
a day, close to capacity and on pace to reach 100,000 per year,
Matthias Erb, who heads VW's North American engineering team,
said on Thursday.
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