Fantasy sport games FanDuel and Draft Kings will stop their paid contests in New York. The companies will wait for regulation to legalize their operation.
Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil major Aramco will takeover Port Arthur Texas refinery in the US. Saudi Arabia will refine its oil shipped from Middle East at Port Arthur refinery and also sell it in the huge North American market.
Profit booking pulled yellow metal on Monday below psychological mark-$1,250 an ounce. Gold price fell for four weeks in the past five weeks.
The second largest U.S. newspaper chain will soon add two newspapers in California. Digital First Media gain the advantage after Tribune Publishing faced regulatory hurdle to acquire Orange Country .
Financial analysts David Iben-led Kopernik Fund is passing through a totally reverse situation as its performance is soaring from bottom to the top with rising valuations. The $682-million Kopenik Global All-C fund recorded a 15 percent growth in 2016 so far ahead of 99 percent of its peers.
Bethany Mota, the YouTube and Instagram star may be the last hope to help Aeropostale. The retailer can bring millions of Mota's follower in Instagram and YouTube to the store.
India is seeking World Trade Organization's (WTO) intervention over increasing visa fees by the US. The visa fee for H-1B has been doubled to $4,000 and it's $4,500 for L-1 visa, as fixed by the US government.
The US automobile industry will have the automatic emergency braking system in place by 2022. About 20 automobile manufacturers representing over 99 percent of US automobile industry have agreed to implement automatic emergency braking system in their vehicles.
Recently unveiled new Brokaw Act is a Congressional effort to regulate activist funds. The new act aims at regulating activist funds. Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren have co-sponsored the Brokaw Act.
Pacific Exploration & Production Corp is actively examining six buyout offers. The Canada-listed company is in the process of avoiding bankruptcy. The company's board is likely to take its final decision by this weekend.
JPMorgan board has announced the approval of $1.88 billion buy-backs in stock. The recent buy back decision follows its earlier precedence of repurchasing stock for $6.4 billion. The board has allowed flexibility in timeframe and quantity of purchased shares or even pulling out from the decision at company’s own discretion.
The streaming service company on Wednesday reached the deal over music royalties with the National Music Publisher's Association (NMPA). Spotify will pay $21 million worth of royalty to publishers and songwriters.
TransCanda has announced on Thursday its acquisition of Columbia Pipeline for $13 billion in total, enabling the energy giant to represent itself as a dominant player in the businesses of natural gas across the North America. The deal appears following a series of announcement for merger in the energy sector including $2.3 billion deals in 2016.
Automatic emergency braking systems have proved their efficiency in preventing car accidents. The systems may reduce the number of rear-end collisions by up to 40%. Considering the efficacy level, almost all US automakers and NHTSA have reached an agreement to make the system a standard equipment on most cars by 2022.
Uber has announced another new feather of its app, Family Profiles which enables customers to pay for the rides of their family members. The person, organizing the' Family Profiles' will be served a detailed report of the rides they are paying for. The feature is primarily available in select cities of the US.
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