Economia

The future Tesla vehicles are surrounded by a total of eight cameras effectively providing a 360-degree visibility around the auto with up to 250 meters of range. These milestones include the validation of the software which would potentially make Tesla's vehicles fully self-driving; and the approval of the system by regulators.
  • McKesson (MCK) Stock Plummets on Q2 Results, Guidance Cut

    McKesson (MCK) Stock Plummets on Q2 Results, Guidance Cut

    Economia

    MCK's profit will be $715.08M for 9.85 P/E if the $3.13 EPS becomes a reality. Displaying a price of $160.50, McKesson (NYSE:MCK) traded 0.00% even on the day. The rating was maintained by Deutsche Bank on Tuesday, January 12 with "Buy". One research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, eleven have assigned a hold rating, seven have issued a buy rating and one has issued a strong buy rating to the stock.
  • Why This Tesla Earnings Report Is So Incredible

    Economia

    The company covered many high points from its third quarter this evening, included among them being record vehicle production, record deliveries, and, of course, record revenue. Shares of the company gained over 5 percent in extended hours after the company reaffirmed its delivery target for 2016. In the third quarter alone, income from ZEV credits amounted to $139 million - almost equal to what the company realized from selling those credits in all of 2014 says Cowen analyst Jeffrey Osborne.
  • Vince McMahon On Possibly Selling WWE: 'We're Open For Business'

    Vince McMahon On Possibly Selling WWE: 'We're Open For Business'

    Economia

    So WWE aren't just doing what's best for business (in their eyes anyway), they're also "open" for business. Since the sale of UFC in July, speculation has run rampant as to whether WWE could get a similar sum for the company. The 1.46 million figure is the amount of subscribers the WWE Network now has. Vince McMahon took over the reigns of the company (when it was called WWWF) from his father Vince McMahon Sr.in 1982.
  • Dollar/yen near 3-month high, takes cues from United States yields

    Economia

    Upbeat U.S. data including jobless claims, manufacturing activity and pending home sales strengthened the case for the Federal Reserve to raise rates by the year-end and lifted Treasury yields. "What I think the Fed watches is not the GDP number per se, but final domestic demand, and that is the GDP number minus inventories and minus exports, and in that case the US economy actually slowed down from Q2", said Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman in NY.
  • Trump campaign downplays Clinton cash advantage

    Economia

    Michelle Obama boosted Clinton at a North Carolina rally, meanwhile, as the candidate cheered her on. "Thankfully Hillary is a policy wonk". The first results are "already pointing towards a historic victory for the Democrats and Hillary Clinton", Betfair said.
  • Putin denies 2016 meddling: United States is no 'banana republic'

    Putin denies 2016 meddling: United States is no 'banana republic'

    Economia

    During an annual speech at the Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, Putin characterized as "hysteria" accusations from the US intelligence community that Moscow was behind the hacking of Democratic officials and party groups. "There's nothing that President Putin had to say today that I find particularly surprising or that in any way undermines the president's confidence in the analysis that's been released by the Department of Homeland Security and the intelligence community", said Earnest.
  • Skyler Howard helps WVU improve to 6-0

    Economia

    The under is 7-1 in Mountaineers last 8 games after allowing more than 280 yards passing in their previous game and West Virginia are 1-7 ATS vs. a team with a winning record while the under is 6-1 in Mountaineers last 7 games after allowing less than 100 yards rushing in their previous game.
  • US, Japan, South Korea agree to put more pressure on North Korea

    Economia

    South Korea plans to resume talks with Japan over a bilateral military intelligence sharing pact to better respond to North Korea's growing nuclear and missile threats. After Pyongyang carried out its fourth nuclear test in January, the Security Council adopted the toughest sanctions resolution to date, targeting North Korea's trade in minerals and tightening banking restrictions.