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148.5 million people watched Super Bowl LIV

148.5 million people watched Super Bowl LIV

148.5 million people watched Super Bowl LIV MIAMI, Florida – 148.5 million people tuned in to the telecast of Sunday night’s Super Bowl LIV. The cumulative total included those that

Texting could boost pedestrian deaths, now running at 270,000 a year

Texting could boost pedestrian deaths, now running at 270,000 a year

Texting could boost pedestrian deaths, now running at 270,000 a year WASHINGTON, DC – A recent study links smartphone texting to compromised pedestrian safety. A pooled analysis of available evidence

Stocks in Asia rebound Tuesday

Stocks in Asia rebound Tuesday

Stocks in Asia rebound Tuesday SYDNEY, Australia – Stocks moved higher on Tuesday in Asia, taking their lead from global markets which rallied a day earlier. In Japan, the Nikkei

U.S. stocks and dollar make sharp gains

U.S. stocks and dollar make sharp gains

U.S. stocks and dollar make sharp gains NEW YORK, New York – U.S. stocks were sharply higher on Monday, despite coronavirus fears sending Asian markets diving. The Shanghai Composite re-opened

Ex Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers Dies at 78, Weeks After Release From Prison

Ex Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers Dies at 78, Weeks After Release From Prison

Ex Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers Dies at 78, Weeks After Release From Prison A former telecommunications executive convicted in one of the largest corporate accounting scandals in U.S. history died

Stocks in China plunge after market re-opens after 10 day break

Stocks in China plunge after market re-opens after 10 day break

Stocks in China plunge after market re-opens after 10 day break SYDNEY, Australia – After being closed for 10 days for the Chinese New Year, markets in China re-opened on

Wuhan, the coronavirus and the world: Thinking beyond isolation

Wuhan, the coronavirus and the world: Thinking beyond isolation

Wuhan, the coronavirus and the world: Thinking beyond isolation Public fear seems inevitable given the alarming updates on the coronavirus outbreak, and isolation – in the forms of lockdown and

Climate change, pollution and urbanization threaten water in Canada

Climate change, pollution and urbanization threaten water in Canada

Climate change, pollution and urbanization threaten water in Canada In recent years, the daily news has been flooded with stories of water woes from coast to coast to coast. There

Bloomberg proposes new tax on the rich

Bloomberg proposes new tax on the rich

Bloomberg proposes new tax on the rich NEW YORK, New York – Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg on Sunday proposed tax reforms targeting the wealthiest people and corporations in the

Hilton hotel portfolio soon to reach a million rooms

Hilton hotel portfolio soon to reach a million rooms

Hilton hotel portfolio soon to reach a million rooms MCLEAN, Virginia – Hilton added more luxury properties last year, than in in any other year of the company’s 100 year

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown

As Wuhan Coronavirus Drags on Chinese Markets, the World Economy Braces for a Slowdown China’s economy is grinding to a halt as the government scrambles to stop the spread of

Why is Tesla selling insurance and what does it mean for drivers?

Why is Tesla selling insurance and what does it mean for drivers?

Why is Tesla selling insurance and what does it mean for drivers? In the past year, Elon Musk and Tesla have fascinated the world with new innovations like the Tesla

Sellers swamp Wall Street as economy sputters, Dow drops 603 points

Sellers swamp Wall Street as economy sputters, Dow drops 603 points

Sellers swamp Wall Street as economy sputters, Dow drops 603 points NEW YORK, New York – U.S. stocks sank on Friday as continuing poor economic data stoked concerns about the

Asian stocks in broad advance

Asian stocks in broad advance

Asian stocks in broad advance SYDNEY, Australia – Stocks in Asia trended higher on Friday, although gains were modest. The U.S. dollar was in demand. In Japan, the Nikkei 225

Are Dating Apps Allowing In Registered Sex Offenders? A House Subcommittee Is Investigating

Are Dating Apps Allowing In Registered Sex Offenders? A House Subcommittee Is Investigating

Are Dating Apps Allowing In Registered Sex Offenders? A House Subcommittee Is Investigating (SAN FRANCISCO) — A House subcommittee is investigating popular dating services such as Tinder and Bumble for

IBM taps Indian-born Arvind Krishna to be Chief Executive Officer

IBM taps Indian-born Arvind Krishna to be Chief Executive Officer

IBM taps Indian-born Arvind Krishna to be Chief Executive Officer NEW YORK, New York – Indian-origin Arvind Krishna has been named as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of International Business Machines

U.S. economy grew 2.3% last year, slowest in three years

U.S. economy grew 2.3% last year, slowest in three years

U.S. economy grew 2.3% last year, slowest in three years WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. economy has slowed to it’s lowest level since 2016. The Commerce Department revealed Thursday the

NFL to play two games in Mexico City over next two years

NFL to play two games in Mexico City over next two years

NFL to play two games in Mexico City over next two years MIAMI, Florida – The NFL announced Wednesday games would be played in Mexico City in each of the

Stocks in Taiwan plunge on virus fears

Stocks in Taiwan plunge on virus fears

Stocks in Taiwan plunge on virus fears SYDNEY, Australia – Shares fell heavily in Asia on Thursday as fears mounted over the corona virus. With the Chinese mainland exchanges closed

Wall Street unmoved as Fed leaves rates unchanged

Wall Street unmoved as Fed leaves rates unchanged

Wall Street unmoved as Fed leaves rates unchanged NEW YORK, New York – U.S. stocks drifted on Wednesday, in line with movements on global markets. The U.S. Federal Reserve left