· Naya Rivera: Body found at Lake Piru where Glee star disappeared →
Sharing the full story, not just the headlines
· Transition away from LIBOR largely unchanged by pandemic, Williams says →
The pandemic hasn't changed the overall timeline for phasing out LIBOR, New York Fed President John Williams said in a webinar hosted by the Bank of England and the New York Fed.
· Tesla Says 'Catch Me If You Can' - But They Can't →
So do many others, not just as gambles.
· MEDNAX names new CEO →
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· Smaller-Caps Are Still Consolidating (Technically Speaking 7/13) →
While some sectors did receive new cash, the new flows weren't that large.
· Twitch unbans Trump after two-week suspension for ‘hateful conduct’ →
“We do not make exceptions for political or newsworthy content, and will take action on content reported to us that violates our rules.”
· Mixed day for airline stocks as pandemic challenges continue →
The airline company isn't free to make any workforce moves until October 1.
· PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) CEO Ramon Laguarta on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Number three, obviously is where do people eat most of their meals and that's related to whether people are working from home or they're not working from home.
· Israeli court dismisses Amnesty bid to block spyware firm NSO →
However, the district court judge Rachel Barkai wrote in a short statement that Amnesty had not provided sufficient evidence to “substantiate the claim that an attempt was made to monitor a human rights activist”.
· Square Flying Past Its Forward Earnings Estimates →
Even though Square has rallied up to over $130 per share, its forward earnings are not supporting that growth, with estimates for the forward 12-month period still down after being revised lower twice; peer PayPal (PYPL) isn't facing this situation, with 12 month forward earnings showing improvement.