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Ma Mortata avrebbe rifiutato. Ma Morata (giustamente) vuole sfondare nel calcio che conta e non ci ha messo troppo a ringraziare e rifiutare l'offerta. Sulle sue tracce si è mosso anche il Milan, ma il suo futuro sembra essere in Premier League . Cifre shock per l'ex bianconero, anche se dalle parti di Madrid fanno sapere che la volontà dell'attaccante sarebbe quella di restare in un campionato competitivo e di primo livello piuttosto che rifugiarsi nella prigione dorata cinese a soli 24 anni.
  • NHL: No Crosby, no problem as Penguins top Caps

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    Karlsson, who finished with three assists in more than 31 minutes, then fired the exit bomb from the Ottawa zone which led to Turris's victor. “We obviously cant look like we did in the two games there or else theres no chance for us. Kyle Turris scored high on Lundqvist, making it 4-1. He finally found the back of the net, delivering the final blow for the Capitals in a 4-2 win over the Penguins.
  • India is a huge market for anyone to ignore: Warren Buffet

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    Buffett also defended Berkshire's foray into airlines, where it is a top investor in the country's big four carriers, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines Co and United Continental Holdings. for his 21st meeting. "And, of course, the government isn't very good at that", Munger said. He said the company had too much cash it could not reasonably deploy.
  • Sinclair acquires Tribune Media for $3.9B, gaining stations in 33 markets

    Sinclair acquires Tribune Media for $3.9B, gaining stations in 33 markets

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    While 21ST CENTURY FOX and BLACKSTONE GROUP had been talking about a joint bid for TRIBUNE, FOX, according to REUTERS' sources, did not submit a bid for the company. Tribune Media is the former parent company of the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune which were spun off into a new company - now named Tronc Inc.
  • BT boss Gavin Patterson stripped of annual bonus after accounting scandal

    BT boss Gavin Patterson stripped of annual bonus after accounting scandal

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    In addition to the BT results for the last financial year, the company also announced that Openreach was launching a consultation with BT's competitors on how best to enhance broadband connectivity across Britain. "Although good progress has been made in a number of areas, unfortunately our performance has been significantly affected by the accounting irregularities in our Italian business, the issues that arose in Openreach.
  • Snapchats no longer have to disappear after 10 seconds

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    Snap's revenue also fell short of industry expectations, reporting a Q1 revenue of $149.65 million, almost $10 million off the expected $157.98 million. After the earnings report on May 10, bears may raise their bet against the company if the numbers show the business is on the decline. They were trading down significantly, at some points by more than 25 percent, during after-hours trading on the NYSE.
  • Mishra on hunger strike; BJP-RSS script, says AAP

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    A youth claiming to be an AAP worker attacked sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra during his hunger strike on Wednesday. His supporters, who stopped the attacker before he could do any damage, alleged that he claimed to have taken the name of "Sanjay Singh and Jain" when asked about who sent him.
  • 1 arrested after brawl aboard Southwest jet during deplaning

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    The suspect was seen punching the victim multiple times before other passengers could pull him away. Cable was jailed without bail at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in downtown Los Angeles because of a state Department of Corrections hold, according to sheriff's inmate records.
  • Scotland drawn against Ireland and hosts Japan at 2019 Rugby World Cup

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    But Wasps flanker Haskell insists England under Eddie Jones can handle the hype of another severely testing draw. "We know how unsafe they can be, having played them in the World Cup and on tour a year ago". "Everyone wants to be qualified now so you can start your planning and your preparation". "Everything we do, every game we play, and every day we train is aimed at continuously improving and is focused on our ultimate goal of winning the World Cup".
  • United CEO Oscar Munoz Testifies in Congress Over Passenger-Dragging Controversy

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    Alaska Airlines told the committee it is considering changes to its overbooking policy. Otherwise, he said , "we're going to act and you're not going to like it". Munoz has apologized repeatedly for the incident and for his own initial response, which was criticized as tone deaf when he apologized for having to "re-accommodate" the passenger.
  • Democrats seek to protect watchdog as GOP tackles Dodd-Frank

    Democrats seek to protect watchdog as GOP tackles Dodd-Frank

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    This anger is well-founded as Dodd-Frank has failed our economy and undermined the financial future of so many American families and small businesses. External reponses to the committee vote have been equally polarizing. Today's Financial Services Committee's open session can be viewed here. I am always interested, but dismayed, to read media stories praising the Dodd-Frank Act (Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act).