Month: February 2018

A £1,300 jacuzzi and other extravagant baby gadgets | Money

[ad_1] Being the newborn child of a celebrity has its ups and downs. You’ve probably got a silly name. On the other hand, you might be getting rocked to sleep by an £800 robotic crib. Such has been the fate of Dimitri Kutcher, the one-year-old second son of actors Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. Interviewed […]

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Exxon pulling out of joint oil projects with Rosneft due to anti-Russia sanctions — RT Business News

[ad_1] American oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp has announced its withdrawal from exploration and research projects with Russia’s Rosneft. The move, linked to Western powers’ anti-Russia sanctions, will cost Exxon some $200 million in losses. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, ExxonMobil’s former CEO, resigned from the company after being appointed by Trump to lead […]

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Mnuchin, Dogged By Protesters, Doesn’t Want Video Posted

[ad_1] Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin asked the University of California, Los Angeles not to post a video of his recent public appearance at which he was heckled by students. Mr. Mnuchin, who worked as a Hollywood movie producer before joining President Donald Trump’s administration, visited UCLA’s Burkle Center on Monday afternoon for a moderated discussion about the […]

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Seller did not have to disclose home’s past

[ad_1] The Republic | azcentral.com Published 12:59 p.m. MT Feb. 28, 2018 | Updated 1:22 p.m. MT Feb. 28, 2018 This home for sale in the Paradise Hills community of Paradise Valley is the filming site of popular pornographic website Wifey’s World, run by Kevin and Sandra Otterson.(Photo: StreetScout.com) A Paradise Valley home made some news this week […]

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February was an insane month for the stock market

[ad_1] A profound inflation scare. Not one but two 1,000-point plunges for the Dow. And a powerful comeback that almost went straight back up. February was easily one of Wall Street’s wildest months since 2008. ‘; var storytext = document.getElementById(‘storytext’); var heightToSkip = 0; function resetValues() { totalHeight = 0; targetChildElement = null; } […]

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Wholesale gas prices more than double as freeze drives demand | Business

[ad_1] Wholesale gas prices in the UK more than doubled on Wednesday to their highest level in at least 10 years, as freezing temperatures across Britain drove a spike in demand and raised fears of a supply shortage. Within-day prices rose 108% to 160p per therm, after hitting am earlier peak of 190p per therm. […]

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EU to approve ‘marriage made in hell’ between Bayer & Monsanto — RT Business News

[ad_1] German drug and crop chemicals maker Bayer is set to win conditional European Union antitrust approval for its $62.5 billion bid for the world’s major seed company, Monsanto, Reuters reports citing its sources. The European Commission is expected to issue a decision on the deal by April 5. Read more Bayer has already pledged […]

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American Rejects O’Hare Expansion Plan

[ad_1] American Airlines Group Inc. rejected aspects of plans to expand Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport that it said would favor rival carrier United Continental Holdings Inc. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday said O’Hare would receive $8.5 billion in renovations including a new terminal and a 25% increase in the number of gates at the […]

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Why Amazon is sending you pictures of your front porch

[ad_1] CLOSE It may not solve every package problem, but Amazon has a new feature that will help you keep better tabs on your deliveries. USA TODAY An Amazon package left outside a gate on a street in San Francisco.(Photo: Elizabeth Weise) SAN FRANCISCO — Have you suddenly started getting porch snapshots from your Amazon […]

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Brexit and online rivals slam UK retailers

[ad_1] Brexit and online rivals slam UK retailers – Feb. 28, 2018 Retailers are emerging as one of the biggest casualties of Brexit. At least 5,300 UK retail jobs are at risk after Toys “R” Us and electronics chain Maplin collapsed on Wednesday. They folded because of online competition and Brexit-fueled economic pain. ‘; var […]

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