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This battle between buyers and sellers for the best price in all different time frames creates movement while longer-term technical and fundamental factors play out. Stock repurchase plans are often a sign that the company's management believes its shares are undervalued. Investors saw a negative move of -0.33% in last five trading days.
  • Target Refuses To Pull Fidget Spinners With High Lead Levels

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    However, these toys could be on the way out as well. But reports are showing that some fidget spinners being sold at Target have high levels of lead . Shares of Target were last seen down fractionally at $58.17, with a consensus analyst price target of $59.28 and a 52-week range of $48.56 to $79.33.
  • Tripadvisor issues warnings against hotels where sexual assaults have occured

    Tripadvisor issues warnings against hotels where sexual assaults have occured

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    All three resorts are high-ranking in popularity with TripAdvisor members. The badges will remain on a destination's page for up to three months and might be held longer if issues continue to be reported . And no matter how many complaints a company receives, TripAdvisor will not remove their listing so as to benefit their users. "'No, we're not going to call the police ma'am, '" Love told CBS News.
  • Best Buy's Black Friday Doorbusters Include This $180 4K UHD TV

    Best Buy's Black Friday Doorbusters Include This $180 4K UHD TV

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    Retailers are releasing their ads even earlier. Walmart has not yet said when its in-store sales will start that day but many of its stores are already open 24 hours a day, including on Thanksgiving. Best Buy is traditionally one of the most popular Black Friday shopping destinations . Meijer says it will have deals happening all week leading up to Black Friday.
  • Yahoo's Mayer points to Russians in data-breach apology

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    John Thune (R-S.D.), chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, today convened a hearing titled, "Protecting Consumers in the Era of Major Data Breaches". Mayer said it's still unclear who is behind the 2013 hack. Mayer apologized for both breaches and said that its hard for companies to fight against state-sponsored attackers who "tend to be more sophisticated, more persistent and who attack more targets.They're very good at hiding their tracks", she said.
  • Sky investor Odey opposes Fox bid as Disney talks fuel uncertainty

    Sky investor Odey opposes Fox bid as Disney talks fuel uncertainty

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    Facebook, Alphabet's Google, Netflix and Amazon have dramatically changed the landscape within the media industry, causing big changes in how people consume media and becoming dominant in digital distribution. Traditional media giants are scrambling to increase their scale and add new businesses, particularly after AT&T's bid for HBO and CNN owner Time Warner Inc, which is awaiting regulatory approval.
  • Lidl boosts wages above its grocery rivals

    Lidl boosts wages above its grocery rivals

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    Lidl's pay rate is higher than the Government's National Living Wage rate of £7.50 an hour, which was introduced in April previous year, for workers aged 25 and above. Currently, businesses do not need to pay it but can sign up to it voluntarily. Industry figures revealed this summer that the chain's increasing popularity showed no sign of slowing as Lidl overtook Waitrose to become the seventh-largest supermarket in the UK.
  • Intel Teams with AMD on Latest Core Processors

    Intel Teams with AMD on Latest Core Processors

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    Scott Herkelman, vice president and general manager, AMD Radeon Technologies Group added to the statement: "Our collaboration with Intel expands the installed base for AMD Radeon GPUs and brings to market a differentiated solution for high-performance graphics".
  • Qatar Airways to buy almost 10% of Cathay

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    Air China Limited and Swire Pacific Limited together continue to hold 74.99 percent shares of the airline. It also comes amid a Saudi Arabia-led blockade of Qatar that has led some flights to be scrapped and forced others to divert. Both Cathay Pacific and Qatar Airways collaborate together as members of the Oneworld alliance. Cathay flew between Hong Kong and Qatar Airways' Doha hub as part of a codeshare arrangement between 2014 and 2016.
  • National Hiring Day at Whole Foods

    National Hiring Day at Whole Foods

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    The grocery store chain says it'll be offering "on-the-spot" job interviews at all of their locations Thursday, Nov. 2, and will even offer some candidates jobs on the spot. But this recruitment push will be run entirely by Whole Foods, said a spokesman. Amazon just reported its tenth straight profitable quarter: sales were up 34 percent to $43.7 billion, $1.3 billion of which came from Whole Foods Market.
  • Watch the video for NERD's Rihanna-featuring comeback single 'Lemon'

    Watch the video for NERD's Rihanna-featuring comeback single 'Lemon'

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    Adidas announced today that it has partnered with N.E.R.D. members Pharrell Williams , Chad Hugo and Shay Haley on an 88-piece collection called "Training Gear". Prior to this, the group released their fourth album Nothing back in 2010, which reached the top 20 in both the United Kingdom and U.S. charts. Pharrell then raps over the track before Rihanna takes centre stage with some raps over her own.
  • Uluru climbing ban 'very likely'

    Uluru climbing ban 'very likely'

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    Because of that significance, the park's board voted unanimously Wednesday to ban people from climbing Uluru. The decision came after new statistics showed that despite years of pleas from Aboriginal people for tourists to respect the site's importance in Aboriginal culture, many were still attempting the perilous climb to the top.
  • Winx wins 22nd straight race, taking the Cox Plate 2017

    Winx wins 22nd straight race, taking the Cox Plate 2017

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    Directly on the Emirates, Waller added: "Whether she has another run this prep, when she goes overseas - if she goes overseas - it'll all unfold and be pretty obvious I would say". Winx began to improve her position from the 900m and had the lead on the turn with Humidor the only horse giving chase. Winx's trainer Chris Waller congratulated Humidor for running "a very good horse" so close.
  • Singapore passport to have new design, additional security features

    Singapore passport to have new design, additional security features

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    The rankings from the worldwide finance firm Arton Capital had US passports tied for sixth place - along with Ireland, Canada, and Malaysia - for global mobility. This was the first time that an Asian country has topped the global ranking. The vote came after Trump refused to allow visa-free travel to members of five European Union countries: Croatia, Cyprus, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria.
  • UK Economy Expands More Than Forecast In Q3

    UK Economy Expands More Than Forecast In Q3

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    Britain's economy picked up speed ever so slightly in the third quarter, official data showed on Wednesday, strengthening expectations for an interest rate hike next month. The production-side breakdown of GDP showed that services remained the largest contributor to GDP growth, with the 0.4 percent quarterly expansion.
  • London introduces 'T-charge' to curb vehicle emissions

    London introduces 'T-charge' to curb vehicle emissions

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    London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he plans to clean up the capital's air and the so-called T-Charge will "encourage motorists to ditch polluting , harmful vehicles". Shaun Bailey, Conservative London Assembly member and menber of the Environment Committee, says NO. . In a move that will affect some fresh produce suppliers in the capital, drivers of the most polluting vehicles now have to pay nearly twice as much to enter the centre of London.
  • Death toll at 8 from tip-overs of IKEA Malm dressers

    Death toll at 8 from tip-overs of IKEA Malm dressers

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    An eighth tyke has been executed by an unsteady Ikea dresser that fell over the kid when he was distant from everyone else in his room. He was found trapped under the dresser by his father and is the fourth killed specifically by the Malm product.
  • Alphabet Unit Leads $1 Billion Investment in Lyft

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    As part of the deal, David Lawee - a partner at Alphabet's CapitalG growth equity fund - will join Lyft's board of directors. "Ridesharing is still in its early days and we look forward to seeing Lyft continue its impressive growth". Alphabet's funding boost will help Lyft step up its challenge just as Uber faces up to the potential loss of its London licence. It was last valued at almost $70 billion.
  • Nissan halts domestic production after improper inspections

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    Under Japanese rules, vehicles are required to pass a final certification before they leave the factory, to ensure they conform to specifications registered with regulators for each model. A leading Japanese steel producer announced early this week that it had falsified data relating to strength and durability of certain aluminum and copper pieces used in auto and plane manufacture, .