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California Resources Corporation close price: 12.9

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UP TO +0.31%
Target: 12.94

Total forecasts: 84
Reached: 2 (2.38%)

Total Win: 4.88 (43.26%)

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  • 06/22/2017 19:51:59

    Trump nominates Woody Johnson, Jamie McCourt as U.S. ambassadors

    President Donald Trump looked to the world of sports ownership to select a pair of ambassadorships Thursday, nominating New York Jets owner Woody Johnson to be America's envoy to the U.K., and former Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner Jamie McCourt as ambassador to Belgium. Both have been major Republican donors, and Johnson is a longtime friend of Trump's. Johnson has owned the Jets since 2000, and served more than 30 years as chairman and CEO of private asset-management firm The Johnson Group in New York. McCourt co-owned the Dodgers with her husband, Frank, until a bitter divorce forced the sale of the team in 2011. She also served as the team's CEO, and is a prominent Southern California attorney and investor.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

  • 06/19/2017 17:00:43

    The Latest: Fire crews battle blaze near California town

    The Latest on the heat wave affecting most of Arizona and the Southwestern U.S. (all times local): 10:40 a.m.

  • 06/19/2017 09:40:33

    DraftKings and FanDuel merger challenged by FTC, California and D.C.

    The Federal Trade Commission and the attorneys-general of California and Washington D.C. said Monday they are challenging the merger between daily fantasy sports sites DraftKings and FanDuel. According to the FTC's complaint, DraftKings and FanDuel are each other's most significant competitor, and the combined firm would hold more than 90% of the U.S. market. According to the FTC's complaint, consumers of paid daily fantasy sports are unlikely to view season-long fantasy sports contests as a meaningful substitute.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

  • 06/17/2017 13:20:26

    Grand theft avocado: 3 arrested in $300K California theft

    Police are calling it grand theft avocado.

  • 06/15/2017 15:31:16

    U.S. states could not set self-driving car rules under Republican plan

    WASHINGTON, June 15 (Reuters) - California and other states would be barred from setting their own rules governing design and testing of self-driving cars, while federal regulators would be blocked from demanding pre-market approval for autonomous vehicle technology, according to a U.S. House Republican proposal reviewed by Reuters on Thursday.

  • 06/14/2017 18:38:26

    Lockdown for possible shooter at Travis Air Force Base a false alarm

    A lockdown at Travis Air Force Base in Northern California raised fears of an active shooter Wednesday afternoon, but turned out to be a false alarm. The sprawling facility, located about midway between San Francisco and Sacramento, went under lockdown around 3:40 p.m. Pacific time after reports of gunshots inside a shopping mall on the base. After a search of the area, no victims were found. After more than an hour, "it was determined to be a false alarm," the base said in a Facebook post late Wednesday. A safety training exercise was scheduled to be held on base Wednesday and Thursday. While the base said the incidents were unrelated, reports said someone may have mistaken participants in the exercise for an actual gunman. The incident rattled nerves, following mass shootings earlier in the day in northern Virginia and San Francisco.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

  • 06/14/2017 14:08:53

    BRIEF-Pacific Biosciences of California reports proposed public offering of common stock

    * Pacific Biosciences of California, Inc. announces proposed public offering of common stock

  • 06/13/2017 15:01:37

    11 states sue Trump's DOE over stalled energy-use limits

    New York, California and nine other states are suing the Trump administration over its failure to finalize energy-use limits for portable air conditioners and other products.

  • 06/12/2017 14:59:56

    Lawmakers to consider cutting power of California tax board

    Gov. Jerry Brown and legislative leaders on Monday proposed stripping much of the power from a California board that collects nearly a third of the state's revenue following a scathing audit that found questionable uses of money and employees' time.

  • 06/11/2017 04:56:02

    One Person In California Wins $448 Million Jackpot

  • 06/09/2017 12:07:25

    UPDATE 1-Woman awarded $15 mln from AbbVie after suing over Depakote drug

    June 9 (Reuters) - A federal jury on Friday awarded $15 million to a California woman who blamed her son's birth defects on AbbVie Inc's bipolar disorder drug Depakote, in the latest trial to spill out of lawsuits over the product.

  • 06/08/2017 13:16:13

    Berkshire units settle California 'bait and switch' insurance probe

    Two insurance units of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRK/A) have agreed to lower their rates and provide more disclosures to settle claims that they overcharged small business owners in California for workers' compensation coverage.

  • 06/07/2017 18:54:06

    CalSTRS agrees to divest non-U.S. thermal coal assets

    June 7 (Reuters) - The California State Teachers’ Retirement System board voted unanimously on Wednesday to divest from non-U.S. thermal coal, affecting a very small fraction of the public pension fund's portfolio.

  • 06/07/2017 15:34:59

    Business Highlights

    ___ Apple unveils 'HomePod' speaker, first new product in years SAN JOSE, California (AP) — Apple nodded to several up-and-coming technology trends, unveiling an internet-connected speaker and new device features touching on virtual reality, online privacy and a form of artificial intelligence called machine learning.

  • 06/05/2017 12:26:26

    San Francisco City Attorney looks into Lyft, Uber practices

    San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera on Monday issued subpoenas to ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber, seeking four years of records on driving practices, disability access, and services in the city. The City Attorney also made a simultaneous request for public records from the California Public Utilities Commission for the information, according to a statement. "The City Attorney aims to ensure that the two companies' estimated 45,000 vehicles in San Francisco comply with local and state laws, including ensuring equality of access, and do not jeopardize public safety or create a public nuisance," the statement said. The request for records includes information that the office called "incentives" for drivers to come from as far away as Fresno, nearly 200 miles southeast of the Bay Area, and Los Angeles, to drive in San Francisco. "No one disputes the convenience of the ride-hailing industry, but that convenience evaporates when you're stuck in traffic behind a double-parked Uber or Lyft, or when you can't get a ride because the vehicle isn't accessible to someone with a disability or because the algorithm disfavors the neighborhood where you live," Herrera said in the statement. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

  • 06/01/2017 10:06:24

    U.S. judge lets investor diesel lawsuit against Daimler proceed

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal judge in California will allow a U.S. investor class action lawsuit against Daimler AG and several senior executives to proceed over allegations the company did not disclose excess emissions.

  • 05/31/2017 14:01:50

    California could let consumers sue banks, despite arbitration clauses

    WASHINGTON, May 31 (Reuters) - California lawmakers are making headway on legislation to allow state residents to sue financial institutions for fraud, rather than letting banks force customers to settle disputes in arbitration.

  • 05/30/2017 11:02:25

    Maryland joins California in battling antibiotic overuse on farms

    Maryland has become the second U.S. state to pass a law banning the routine use of antibiotics in healthy livestock and poultry, a move aimed at battling the rise of dangerous antibiotic-resistant bacteria known as "superbugs."

  • 05/27/2017 16:29:11

    Mother of Uber CEO killed in boating accident -newspaper

    May 27 (Reuters) - The mother of ride-hailing firm Uber's chief executive has died in a boating accident near Fresno, California on Friday, the Fresno Bee reported on Saturday.

  • 05/27/2017 12:20:07

    Your Coffee Is From Where? California?

    Farmers in Southern California are nurturing coffee bushes in what may be the first serious effort to commercialize beans from the contiguous United States.

  • 05/27/2017 10:13:13

    California bills target private business to help immigrants

    California Democrats are expanding their efforts to resist President Donald Trump's crackdown on immigrants in the country illegally with bills aimed at limiting how much private businesses can cooperate with federal immigration authorities.

  • 05/26/2017 17:24:38

    Snap acquires drone startup: Report

    Snap Inc. paid less than $1 million dollars for a failing drone startup, according to a Friday afternoon report. Buzzfeed News reported that Snap acquired Ctrl Me Robotics Inc. as the startup, based in the same Southern California city as the Snapchat parent company, was winding down operations. Ctrl Me was founded to develop a system for capturing movie-quality aerial video, according to the report, and the founder and some technology is included in the small acquisition. Snap has released one hardware product, sunglasses called Spectacles that capture video for the company's mobile app. The consumer-drone industry has suffered of late amid dominance from Chinese drone manufacturer DJI. Snap had a large IPO in March, but has struggled since, including a huge drop after its first earnings report as a public company showed a $2.2 billion quarterly loss. Snap shares closed with a 3.2% decline at $21.22 Friday.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

  • 05/25/2017 22:15:46

    California says VW clean car spending plan has shortcomings

    California regulators said Volkswagen AG's spending plan on clean vehicle infrastructure had shortcomings and that it lacked details on how it would help disadvantaged communities as well as promote hydrogen fuel cell technology.

  • 05/24/2017 10:19:01

    NMAC Pays $256M For Fraud in Pulling Dealer’s Funding, Jury Finds

    Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. will pay a former California dealer owner $256.4 million in compensatory and punitive damages for acting in fraud, malice, or oppression in 2009  –when the captive stopped funding the dealer’s loans, a jury in the Orange County Superior Court ruled this week. The court’s decision includesRead More

  • 05/23/2017 19:34:03

    The Latest: Lab tests ongoing in California botulism case

    The Latest on a botulism outbreak linked to nacho-cheese dip sold at a California gas station (all times local): 6:30 p.m. California health officials are still awaiting lab-test results on some of the nacho-cheese sauce confiscated from a gas station but said Tuesday they believe botulism contamination that killed one person and sickened nine others was limited to a single, opened bag of the sauce.

  • 05/23/2017 16:17:48

    Jury awards $256M to California auto dealer in Nissan suit

    A jury has awarded nearly $256.5 million to a California auto dealership owner who claimed Nissan had a secret plan to put him out of business during the recession.

  • 05/23/2017 11:55:34

    Fiat Chrysler chafes against claims of diesel emissions cheat; shares fall

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said Tuesday it is working to clarify issues related to diesel emissions technology stemming from a U.S. Justice Department complaint filed earlier Tuesday. The company is reviewing the complaint and it is "disappointed" that the department chose to file the lawsuit, Fiat Chrysler said in the statement. "The company intends to defend itself vigorously, particularly against any claims that the company engaged in any deliberate scheme to install defeat devices to cheat U.S. emissions tests," it said. Fiat Chrysler last week announced it had developed updated emissions software calibrations that it believed addressed concerns from federal and California regulators, it said. The company has formally filed for diesel emissions certification for its 2017 model year Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 diesel vehicles, it said. Subject to the permission from regulators, Fiat Chrysler plans to install the same modified emissions software in 2014-2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 diesel vehicles, the company said. "FCA US believes this will address the agencies' concerns regarding the emissions software calibrations in those vehicles," it said. Shares of Fiat Chrysler fell 3.4%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit for more information on this news.

  • 05/22/2017 10:56:45

    BRIEF-Target says California regulators made settlement demand related to environment law compliance case

    * In April, California AG, certain California DA offices made initial settlement demand related to Feb. 2015 letter on California environmental laws

  • 05/19/2017 11:22:59

    UPDATE 3-U.S. regulators approve VW diesel fix for 84,000 vehicles

    WASHINGTON, May 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board on Friday announced approval of a fix for about 84,000 older Volkswagen diesel vehicles that can emit excess emissions.

  • 05/19/2017 10:38:13

    U.S. regulators to approve VW diesel fix for 84,000 vehicles: sources

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board on Friday are expected to announce approval of a fix for about 84,000 older Volkswagen diesel vehicles that can emit excess emissions, two sources briefed on the matter said.

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