Clinton calls on Federal Bureau of Investigation to release details of email probe

His letter - coming just 11 days before the November 8 election - immediately gave Clinton's GOP rival Donald Trump new ammunition in his attacks on her use of a private email server and how she handled classified information . "Perhaps justice will be done", the GOP nominee said of the development. The letter was "carefully worded", one of the officials said. Earlier this year, Comey closed the yearlong investigation without filing any charges against Clinton and her associates. Read More

Anthony Weiner Investigation Leads FBI Back To Clinton Email Server Case

The Democratic presidential candidate says the American people deserve to have as much information as possible before they vote November 8. The FBI closed its initial investigation into Clinton's private email server in July, with Comey recommending to the Justice Department that "no charges were appropriate" in the case. Read More

Trump Won't Commit to Working With Clinton if She's Elected

Meanwhile, Clinton's joint fundraising effort with the Democratic National Committee, Hillary Victory Fund, far outpaced Trump's. The recycling of the oft-repeated quote by Hillary Clinton circa 1996 in which she categorized a criminal element - including African-American males - as super predators, created to dissuade black voters from showing up to the polls at all to cast their votes for Clinton, especially in the critical electoral state of Florida . Read More

Alphabet's revenue, profit top estimates on strength of ads

Shares of Alphabet rose as much as four per cent in extended trading after the report. RBC Capital Markets reissued an "outperform" rating and issued a $1,025.00 price target on shares of Alphabet in a research report on Wednesday. It should be noted that Google's ad revenue, which jumped by more than 18% to $19.82 billion in Q3, accounted for 89% of the company's total income. Read More

Nothing to disclose on Cyrus Mistry's $18-billion write-downs' claim: Tata Steel

Cyrus Mistry said the writedowns would be triggered by a "realistic assessment" of the fair value of companies within the group, including Tata Steel Europe, Tata Power Mundra and Teleservices. The correspondence makes unsubstantiated claims and malicious allegations, casting aspersions on the Tata group, the Tata Sons board and several Tata companies and some respected individuals. Read More

Deutsche Bank promises faster revamp as braces for US fine

Deutsche Bank promises faster revamp as braces for US fine

Surprise! Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) reported a third-quarter profit on lower than estimated litigation and restructuring costs, but set aside an additional €501M as it "works hard" to settle a mortgage probe with the DOJ. The fine is bigger than the bank's market value, leading to fears the bank would be sunk. The deal will close in 2017, subject to regulatory approvals, Deutsche Bank said , without disclosing the price. Read More

Twitter cuts 9 percent of its workforce worldwide

Revenue rose about 8 per cent to US$616 million (RM2.5 billion), beating its own forecast of US$590 million to US$610 million. It came as the firm announced that revenues rose 8% year on year in the third quarter to 616 million U.S. "We see a significant opportunity to increase growth as we continue to improve the core service", he added. The restructuring , which focuses primarily on reorganizing our sales, partnerships and marketing efforts, is meant to create greater efficiency as we ... Read More

Chip maker Qualcomm buying NXP Semiconductors in $47B deal

Chip maker Qualcomm buying NXP Semiconductors in $47B deal

The company's last traded volume of 3.34 million shares as compared to it's an average volume of 4.23 million shares. NXP is a Dutch outfit employing 45,000 people in 35 countries around the world, and would probably be more recognizable by its original name of Philips Semiconductors. Read More

Twitter to Trim Workforce

Twitter to Trim Workforce

If you are an employee of Twitter , then this news might stun you. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has been put under a lot of pressure, he's now working on his mobile payment company Square as well as Twitter . Twitter is gearing up to slash 8 percent of its workforce, which accounts to handing over of pink slips to 300 staff members. Twitter has recently been in the news a great deal as it has been shopping around for a buyer who would purchase the company. Read More

Services Stocks To Look Out For: Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc

Services Stocks To Look Out For: Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc

Jolley Asset Management LLC now owns 1,370 shares of the pharmacy operator's stock valued at $114,000 after buying an additional 700 shares in the last quarter. During the same quarter in the previous year, the company posted $0.88 EPS. Analysts also projected the Maximum, Minimum and Mean Earnings per share Estimate for Next Quarter. Read More

Merck reports 19.6 percent jump in quarterly profit

Merck reports 19.6 percent jump in quarterly profit

But sales are building for drugs launched since 2014, particularly immuno-oncology drug Keytruda and hepatitis C-curing Zepatier. In addition, chief executive Ken Frazier told analysts during a conference call that deals to boost Merck's pipeline of experimental drugs, with a focus on small -to-midsized assets that fit well within its business, are a priority. Read More

Rockwell Collins buying Florida aerospace firm for $6.4 billion

A supplier of avionics to some Wichita-built business jets and turboprops is about to get much bigger in an $8.3 billion deal announced Sunday. Rockwell Collins CEO Kelly Ortberg said the deal "uniquely positions us to integrate cabin products, smart network technologies and connectivity solutions to significantly enhance aircraft uptime and airline profitability while improving the experience of passengers and airline personnel". Read More

Trump takes aim at First Lady Michelle Obama

Trump takes aim at First Lady Michelle Obama

Trump hit back on Friday. Trump comments on FLOTUS as surrogate for Clinton: "His wife, all she wants to do is campaign ..." "Maybe that's why he calls communities like the one where I was raised 'hell, '" Mrs. She went into their respective backgrounds and the struggles they endured before segueing into how it introduced them to people of all different races, beliefs, cultures, and economics. Read More

Nebraska's jobless rate stable at 3.2 percent in September

Terry McAuliffe's office said. That's the seventh-worst rate in the nation - and well below the national average of 62.9 percent. Image from the Alaska Department of Labor . The largest decline was in MA (-1.2 percentage points). The department says employers added 30,000 nonfarm payroll jobs last month, for a total of more than 2.3 million since expansion began in February 2010. Read More

BAT offers to buy Reynolds in $47 billion tobacco deal

BAT has always been rumored to be interested in buying rival Imperial, but a deal to acquire Reynolds likely would take that off the table, at least for now. Investors responded favorably to the deal, pushing BAT's shares up as much as 4.2 percent in London . "The proposed merger of our two great companies is the logical progression in our relationship". Read More

Expect first RCS flight by January 2017: Minister

Expect first RCS flight by January 2017: Minister

The government on Friday announced the final Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) under which fares will be capped at Rs 2,500 for half of the seats in one-hour flights. Central and state governments will be sharing the VGF amount. "We expect flights to commence in January", Choubey said. Under the draft which was unveiled earlier this year on June 1, the scheme fixes all-inclusive fares at Rs 2,500 for one-hour flights in its attempt to make flying affordable for the common man. Read More

Colorado unemployment rate down slightly in September

Employers in the state added 379,800 jobs from September 2015 to September 2016, a 2.3 percent increase, according to the survey of 58,000 California businesses. Leisure and hospitality (+700 jobs). An earlier report showing a loss of 6,200 private sector jobs in August was revised up to a loss of 2,700 jobs. Read More

This Probably Isn't What Kellyanne Conway Meant to Say

This Probably Isn't What Kellyanne Conway Meant to Say

Mr Trump is counting on a stronger performance on Election Day itself. " We know that people who are dead are still on the voter rolls". MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle clearly has her concerns about Donald Trump . "I think there's no reason to pick between these two". On another occasion, she was trying to defend Trump's "record on women" on a cable news gabfest. Read More

Apple plans to launch new Macs at an October 27 event

Industry experts are saying that Apple is planning to launch the new iPad Pro 2 before the year ends; however, the company has yet to provide the official details with regard to its development, much less its release date. Its rumors about the MacBook Pro conform with others we've been hearing for most of the year . The dedicated event will take place in Apple's Town Hall conference center, and the source falls short of telling which Macs exactly will get a refresh. Read More

Ford halting production at 4 plants as retail demand ebbs

Ford halting production at 4 plants as retail demand ebbs

In the US, sales of Ford's high-volume F-Series trucks dipped 3 percent to 67,809 units in September, though sales through the first nine months of the year are up 6 percent to 595,656 units. Ford F-150 crews in Claycomo will be laid off all of next week, as the company plans to slow down production of its popular F-150 truck. F-series sales fell 2.6 percent last month as a pickup price war heated up. Read More

Social Security recipients to get tiny increase in benefits

Sanders has proposed legislation to boost yearly cost-of-living adjustments by making the consumer price index better reflect rising costs for health care and prescription medicine. The typical retiree's monthly Social Security check will get only $3.92 bigger next year. Payments that increase are part of a formula tied to the consumer price index. Read More

Cautious view of OPEC deal dampens oil price revival hopes: Reuters poll

U.S. crude supplies fell to 499.7 million in the week ended September 30, the lowest level since January, according to EIA data. "All eyes now turn to the EIA crude inventory numbers tonight", said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at brokerage OANDA in Singapore , adding that another confirmed draw in crude stocks would likely push WTI over $50 per barrel. Read More

Wells Fargo will try to win back work with Ohio

However, a significant stock sale by the top executive so close to the announcement of a massive fraud in the bank's branches would nearly assuredly trigger an SEC investigation, she noted. Regulators said employees issued and activated debit cards and signed people up for online banking without permission. Our retail bank operates one branch in Ohio. Read More

Wells Fargo CEO is out as bank grapples with sales scandal

Wells Fargo CEO is out as bank grapples with sales scandal

It's not enough for the CEO of Wells Fargo to resign, Sen. Wells' settlement on September 8 with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and a Los Angeles prosecutor revealed that the bank fired 5,300 employees for improper practices and is now working to retool risk-management protocol as well as pay incentives and training for workers. Read More

Airlines add 'fire containment bags' for overheating phones

Airlines add 'fire containment bags' for overheating phones

Hoverboards are one such item, having earned their banned designation after many reports of batteries overheating and catching fire. The bright red bags, which Yahoo says sell for $1,800 each, can withstand heat up to 3,200 degrees Fahrenheit and can be shut with Velcro and heavy-duty zippers. Read More

Dollar climbs as U.S. data backs December rate hike view

The S&P 500 index showed three new 52-week highs and one new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 21 new highs and 58 new lows. The minutes didn't mention a specific date for the next rate hike, but traders have pretty much taken a November date off the table while increasing the chances of a December rate hike to 70%. Read More

China's low-profile takeover king shoots up rich list ranks

China's low-profile takeover king shoots up rich list ranks

The annual report was published for the previous 18 years. Hurun Report's rich list is considered to be the most popular and accurate assessment of wealth in China. The head of internet and online gaming giant Tencent Pony Ma came in third with $24.6 billion. This year's dark horse, financial conglomerate Baoneng's chairman Yao Zhenhua's wealth saw a nine-fold increase to 115 billion yuan, moving up 200 places to No 4 in the ranking. Read More

Environmental activists disrupt multiple oil pipelines in US

Environmental activists disrupt multiple oil pipelines in US

Unscheduled shutdowns can lead to a build-up of pressure and cause ruptures or leaks, they said . The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and environmentalists have said the line will damage culturally significant sites and pose a hazard where it crosses the Missouri River. Read More

UK lawmakers press government for vote on Brexit talks

But she backtracked, later saying a vote in parliament was "vital". Her position caused the pound to bounce back after a torrid week, amid speculation that MPs may be able to soften the government's approach to Brexit, which now seems on course to take Britain out of the European single market. Read More

Momentum Stock in Concentration: Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:FTR)

Ratings and estimates change daily and thus the numbers may differ slightly if a new report has been issued within the last 24-hours. The count of Hold ratings in that period was 5. Breaking those down we see that the ratings are as follows: 1 Strong Buy, 1 Rated Buy, 4 Rated Hold and 0 Rated Sell. 5 year sales growth rate is an important factor for valuation analysis, the 5 year sales growth of Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR ) stands at 7.98 while the industry's and the ... Read More