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In order to reach an opinion/Recommendation the analyst research public financial statements, listen in on conference calls and talk to managers and the customers of a company, in attempt to capture the information for a research report. In other Flowers Foods news, SVP Tonja W. Taylor sold 4,425 shares of the company's stock in a transaction dated Friday, November 18th. Investors of record on Friday, December 2nd will be issued a $0.16 dividend.
  • Baby python found with mouth sewn shut outside Miami home

    Baby python found with mouth sewn shut outside Miami home

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    The Ball Pythons are the most common types of pet pythons and are known to be docile. "Now, you may think any call I run at Venom One would be unusual but this one was a first", Lt. Now I have never come across a ball python that was not a sweetheart. After looking into the snake's mouth to see if there was any damage, Mullin found that the snake had acquired a fungal infection.
  • Truffa e fatture false, in carcere Gianluca Ius

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    Il calcio questa volta non c'entra nulla, nemmeno il Città di Foligno . Arrestato presidente Foligno Calcio, coinvolto nella truffa al ministero dell'Economia ROMA - C'è anche il presidente del Foligno calcio, Gianluca Ius , tra le sette persone arrestate stamani a Roma con un blitz della Guardia di Finanza alle prime luci dell'alba.
  • Facts about the Bill of Rights

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    Why? A good question to consider as we mark Bill of Rights Day . The first 10 amendments, after all, were adopted 225 years ago on December 15, 1791. They felt a list of rights might inadvertently enforce the wrong idea. Eventually, though, the opponents - most notably future president James Madison - changed their minds.
  • U.S. generic drug price-fixing probe gains momentum

    U.S. generic drug price-fixing probe gains momentum

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    The lawsuit alleges that top executives of the drug companies and their sales executives propped up the prices of the two drugs either by setting the prices or allocating markets, the NY attorney general's office said in the statement. The anticompetitive conduct - including efforts to fix and maintain prices, allocate markets and otherwise thwart competition - caused significant, harmful and continuing effects in the country's healthcare system, the states allege.
  • Life for dad who murdered baby son

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    Kennedy, 20, was said to have been "bad-tempered" when he could not get hold of the drug, which may have led to the abuse he carried out against Oskar Jobey-Kennedy. Jobey told police Kennedy would be "stressy" when he could not smoke cannabis and said it "makes him paranoid about everything". The seven-month-old baby was taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary but was pronounced dead shortly afterwards.
  • Shannen Doherty gives glimpse of breast cancer treatment

    Shannen Doherty gives glimpse of breast cancer treatment

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    Shannen Doherty has been battling an aggressive form of breast cancer for the a year ago, but she's not letting it get in the way of enjoying the holidays. She found out she has breast cancer in March and in May, she went through a mastectomy. "She's really reaching out to people who are going through the same thing as her and helping a lot of people".
  • Weight, body image misperception associated with alcohol use among teen girls

    Weight, body image misperception associated with alcohol use among teen girls

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    Girls who experience BIBM were 1.22 times more likely to have tried "heavy episodic drinking" - defined as having five or more alcoholic drinks within a few hours - than those who don't experience BIBM. Among high school girls with a body image behavioural misperception, the odds of ever having had alcohol was 1.21 times greater than among girls who did not have such a misperception, the findings showed.
  • Freedom 251 maker Ringing Bells shuts down, opens new company MDM Electronics

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    The company said that the delivery of "Freedom 251" will be made by retailers who will get the products, in turn, from the distributors and they, in turn, from the company as is the standard practice in trade. Ringing Bell was surrounded with controversy, right after they had launched Freedom 251. The company had promised to deliver nearly 200,000 units of the Freedom 251 smartphone but failed to do so.
  • Angelina Jolie's mastectomy led to breast cancer test increase

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    She famously penned her personal experiences in a piece for the New York Times back in 2013: "I am writing about it now because I hope that other women can benefit from my experience". They found a 64% increase in BRCA testing rates occurred in the 15 business days after the editorial was published. But, the researchers saw no overall increase in mastectomy rates, with an average of seven mastectomies a month for every 100,000 women during January to April as well as during May to December ...
  • UK first to approve 'three-parent baby' treatment

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    The first child born as a result of this procedure could be born by the end of 2017 after the "decision of historic importance" was granted on Thursday by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA). "We will also provide long term follow-up of any children born". "I'm sure patients who might be in line for this treatment will be really pleased by what we've decided today", she said, but added: "We will proceed with caution".
  • Homicide, arson suspected in deadly California house fire

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    Sheriff's investigators have no suspects and are trying to figure out if the killer was trying to cover up some other crime like a burglary. Authorities say an autopsy shows she was brutally attacked before the Castro Valley fire. Investigators are asking neighbors to review any available home security footage shot between 10 p.m. Monday and 3 a.m. Tuesday. No one has been arrested and police have yet to determine a motive in the killing.