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Markets Burger King is testing out an Impossible Whopper. This is why
Author: 0 Burger King is testing out an Impossible Whopper. This is why

Rather than an issue of taste, flavour or texture, Impossible Burger's biggest challenge is raising the funds to go global - basically, to churn out vegan patties as fast as manufacturers roll out minced beef. One of the nation's largest fast food chains is teaming up with a Silicon Valley start-up to pump out meatless versions of its iconic burger. That version is being used in Burger King's new meatless Whoppers.

Markets May grapples with Brexit deadlock as European Union warns of no
Author: 0 May grapples with Brexit deadlock as European Union warns of no

Al Jazeera's Neave Barker - reporting from outside 10 Downing Street, May's official residence - said senior ministers had been in talks for nearly seven hours. But, the source added, there may be more "nuance" between their positions on whether to give May more time when she next meets them on Wednesday next week.

Markets Erdogan Pledges to Focus on Turkey’s Troubled Economy after Electoral Losses
Author: 0 Erdogan Pledges to Focus on Turkey’s Troubled Economy after Electoral Losses

Erdogan, for his part, expressed thanks to Aliyev for his honest wishes during the conversation in which both leaders affirmed that the friendship and fraternal ties between Baku and Ankara would continue to increase. The results, which were still being tallied and faced appeals, would likely bring personnel changes at the highest ranks of government, according to sources inside and close to the AKP.

Markets Markets Right Now: Stocks open higher; Lyft makes debut
Author: 0 Markets Right Now: Stocks open higher; Lyft makes debut

Hiroshi "Mickey" Mikitani's e-commerce group Rakuten Inc. owns $2.7 billion of the class A shares. "We really think this is going to be the best year we've seen for IPOs in ages", Jackie Kelley, Americas IPO markets leader at Ernst & Young, said in an interview.

Markets Culprit For All
Author: 0 Culprit For All "Yield Curve Inversion"

While its market has not been directly impacted by central bank purchases, its economy is so closely tied to its southern neighbor that it rarely enters a recession without a US contraction. "Investors are just a little anxious about the rest of the year as far as growth", said Chris Gaffney, president of world markets at TIAA Bank. "The market is anticipating that there is going to be dovishness from (the Reserve Bank of New Zealand) because there has been dovishness from other developed ...

Markets Apple Card: five key points about the tech giant’s new payment solution
Author: 0 Apple Card: five key points about the tech giant’s new payment solution

However, what makes the Apple Card stand taller than other mobile payment options are the various features that come with it. Apple is partnering up with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard to issue the Apple Card . And you may not be able to get one if you have poor credit. So every day you spend, cash is added to your Apple Cash card, which is also in the Wallet app .

Markets Henry Avocado Corporation Voluntarily Recalls Avocados Over Possible Listeria Infection Risk
Author: 0 Henry Avocado Corporation Voluntarily Recalls Avocados Over Possible Listeria Infection Risk

The recall affects Arizona, California, Florida , New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Wisconsin. Meanwhile, avocados that were imported from other areas and distributed by the company were not included in the recall. Henry Avocados says to discard them or return them to your place of purchase for a full refund. Make sure to check the label and brand of avocados before buying them.

Markets Apple is Making a Credit Card for Some Reason
Author: 0 Apple is Making a Credit Card for Some Reason

For every purchase with the Apple Card and Apple Pay , you will receive 2 percent back in Daily Cash. Customers will get 3% back on purchases from Apple, including anything bought from its app stores or on iTunes. Apple's also bigging up the rewards you get, offering cashback on every single purchase you make. Apple Card will be available to qualified customers in the U.S.

Markets GM announcing major investment at Orion Assembly plant
Author: 0 GM announcing major investment at Orion Assembly plant

About $300 million will be geared towards production of electric vehicles at the auto giant's Orion plant in MI, creating 400 jobs, the company said in a statement. The facility is now also used to convert Bolts into autonomous cars for GM's Cruse division and produce Chevy Sonic subcompacts'. "The UAW will help", said the President during a campaign stop in Lima, Ohio Wednesday.

Markets Apple's streaming service: everything we know so far
Author: 0 Apple's streaming service: everything we know so far

The tech giant recently sent out invitations for the March 25 keynote with the suggestive title "It's show time", which further fueled rumors that the now unnamed streaming service will launch next Monday. 4K streaming often goes hand in hand with a tiered subscription model; after all, if you don't have a 4K TV, you shouldn't have to pay for 4K content.

Markets Powerball jackpot climbs to $750 million, 4th largest ever
Author: 0 Powerball jackpot climbs to $750 million, 4th largest ever

The Powerball numbers drawn Saturday night were 66, 52, 60, 24, 25 and a Powerball of 5. The Powerball jackpot has continued to climb since it was last won on December 26, 2018. California is one of 10 states to exempt state income tax on lottery winnings. A player wins the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing.

Markets Dovish Fed Doesn't Guarantee New Bull Market
Author: 0 Dovish Fed Doesn't Guarantee New Bull Market

Rates are now seen peaking at 2.6 percent, sometime in 2020, roughly a percentage point lower than the historic average for the fed funds rate and a sign that the US economy has entered a more sluggish era. Indeed, Powell went out of his way to be positive about the US outlook, repeating several times that the economy is in "a good place" and stating that the underlying growth fundamentals are very "favorable".

Markets U.S. jury finds Roundup caused man's cancer
Author: 0 U.S. jury finds Roundup caused man's cancer

The decision in Edwin Hardeman's case is a landmark verdict that could impact hundreds of other similar lawsuits, according to The Guardian newspaper in the United Kingdom. On Wednesday, the jury will hear evidence to determine if the company is legally responsible for Hardeman's cancer and if so, how much Hardeman will receive in damages.

Markets Trump to GM: Reopen Ohio plant, close one in Mexico or China
Author: 0 Trump to GM: Reopen Ohio plant, close one in Mexico or China

The company has noted that over 400 Lordstown employees had accepted offers at other GM locations and that jobs were available at other assembly plants for anyone willing to relocate to other states. Overall, the company said its restructuring plan would result in the elimination of about 14,000 jobs, though it has said some of those workers will be able to transfer to other facilities.

Markets US oil retreats from 2019 high on soaring production
Author: 0 US oil retreats from 2019 high on soaring production

Venezuelan oil production fell 142,000 barrels per day in February, or 8.9 percent, to just over 1 million barrels per day compared with January and was by far the biggest drop of the 14-country OPEC, as the country faced USA sanctions imposed in late January.

Markets Tesla Model Y starts at $47K in late 2020
Author: 0 Tesla Model Y starts at $47K in late 2020

In terms of performance , the flagship Model Y boasts a range of 280 miles (450 km), a top speed of 150 mph (241 km/h) and a 0-60 mph time of 3.5 seconds. and deliver a 620-mile range. I'm now of the belief that the majority of the parts that Tesla doesn't make themselves will be identical to what they are in the Model 3.

Markets Facebook struggles to deal with epic outage
Author: 0 Facebook struggles to deal with epic outage

Users in Asia were having problems on Thursday morning. Pointing out that the Facebook outage also extended to its other properties, including Instagram and WhatsApp, Sarah Miller, the deputy director at the Open Markets Institute, which is for the break-up of Facebook and other Silicon Valley companies, said, "The more integrated a platform becomes, the greater the risk and reach of epic failures like this one".

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