Business Labour Market Tightens in USA as Claims Fall
Author: 0 Labour Market Tightens in USA as Claims Fall

Average hourly earnings rose 2.7% in March compared to the same month a year ago, in line with market forecasts but marking a slowdown from the previous month's 2.8% year-on-year growth. Stafford County also saw rates below 4 percent, where the February jobless rate was 3.8 percent. Ohio's non agricultural wage and salary employment increased 15,200 over the month, from a revised 5,506,800 in January to 5,522,000 in February.

Author: 0 Departing 'O'Reilly Factor' Advertisers Now In Other Fox Shows

Advertisers made moves to leave the show following a recent story in The New York Times that five women had received payments totaling some $13 million from host Bill O'Reilly or Fox News' parent 21st Century Fox to not pursue sexual harassment allegations.

Author: 0 US regulator accuses Google of underpaying women

Department of Labor official disclosed the agency's allegations during a Friday, April 7, 2017, court hearing in San Francisco . The Labor Department found compensation disparities that appeared systematic against women almost across the complete workforce, said Janette Wipper a Regional Director of the Labor Department in testimony on Friday in a San Francisco court.

Business AM Naik Appointed As L&T's Non-Executive Chairman
Author: 0 AM Naik Appointed As L&T's Non-Executive Chairman

Naik is expected to step down as group executive chairman on September 30, after being at the helm for 17 years. "Taking into account the need for seamless transition of leadership in an organisation of the scale and complexity of L&T, the board of directors requested Mr.

Business Finally, KFA Villa goes to actor Sachiin Joshi for Rs 73 cr
Author: 0 Finally, KFA Villa goes to actor Sachiin Joshi for Rs 73 cr

He also owns Viiking Media and Entertainment under which he produced a couple of Hindi films like Aazaan, Mumbai Mirror and Jackpot and Telugu movies including Veedevadu, Mounamelanoyi, Ninu Choodaka Nenundalenu, Mogali Puvvu etc. Villas and houses of his are being sold for big price where in Banks considered the villa Goa as biggest asset of his. An SBI-led group of banks had earlier failed to auction the property on three occasions.

Business Hamilton: on pole in Shanghai
Author: 0 Hamilton: on pole in Shanghai

Sebastian Vettel will start second in his Ferrari, just 0.186 seconds slower than Hamilton's benchmark, with the Briton's Mercedes team mate Valtteri Bottas third. The Italian lost control coming out of the last corner in the closing minutes of the session, dashing the hopes of Force India's Esteban Ocon, Haas' Romain Grosjean and Renault's Jolyon Palmer of improving and getting into the second session.

Author: 0 Revenue Estimates Analysis Of Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (SIRI)

Several other research analysts have also recently weighed in on the stock. Creative Planning increased its stake in shares of Sirius XM Holdings Inc. Different analysts and financial institutions use various valuation methods and consider different economic forces when deciding on a price target. If you are viewing this story on another publication, it was copied illegally and republished in violation of United States & global trademark and copyright legislation.

Business Trump set to administer oath to Gorsuch next week
Author: 0 Trump set to administer oath to Gorsuch next week

On a party-line vote, all 52 Republicans voted to change the Senate rules to allow confirmation of Supreme Court justices on a simple majority vote. The rules change on Thursday had been in the offing ever since Senate Democrats , in 2013 under the leadership of then-Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), reduced the 60-vote threshold for all executive nominees, except for those to the Supreme Court.

Author: 0 Garcia takes hit on scoreboard until error fixed

The winds are expected to be a factor again on Friday, just not as much. "Obviously I wasn't going to follow up yesterday's round with another one, I would have been happy to shoot somewhere around par". "If it would have happened on Monday, I don't think we'd have any issues". So tough was Augusta National in gusts that approached 40 miles per hour that Hoffman and McGirt were the only players who broke 70.

Business Tomahawk maker's stock up after US launch on Syria
Author: 0 Tomahawk maker's stock up after US launch on Syria

President Donald Trump's air strike, which crippled the airfield in Syria, relied on one of the most advanced missiles in the US arsenal, but the program was almost canceled under the budget drawdowns over the past few years. Defense officials say USA warships launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles from the Mediterranean Sea on the president's order. Raytheon wasn't the only defense stock rising Friday either.

Author: 0 Haley says United States 'prepared to do more' in Syria

Gabbard is a Iraq war veteran and a member of the powerful House Foreign Relations Committee. The War Powers Resolution , passed in 1973 long after American troops were fighting an undeclared war in Vietnam, required the president to consult with Congress before sending U.S.

Business China, EU Rally For Climate Action As Trump Backs Away
Author: 0 China, EU Rally For Climate Action As Trump Backs Away

President Donald Trump , accompanied by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt, third from left, and Vice President Mike Pence, right, signs an Energy Independence Executive Order, Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at EPA headquarters in Washington.

Author: 0 Trump Says Progress Made in US-China Relations During Xi Visit

The U.S. missile strikes on Syria are overshadowing the second day of talks between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping . Xi was expected to seek assurances that Trump will not interfere in the territorial dispute over the South China Sea or question the "One China" policy by reaching out to Taiwan's leader again, as Trump did during the transition.

Author: 0 Downgrade a 'damning indictment of Zuma' - Maimane

In the capital Pretoria, the demonstrators marched to the government's Union Buildings, accompanied by members of major political parties and non governmental organizations. The increasingly unpopular president has already earned many critics for a raft of long-simmering corruption scandals, but his decision last week to fire a well-respected finance minister and reshuffle his Cabinet prompted those critics to call for protests and a nationwide shutdown Friday.

Business Swedish authorities say truck attack suspect held
Author: 0 Swedish authorities say truck attack suspect held

Sources said the attack took place just a few meters away from the Indian Embassy in the Swedish capital. Swedish broadcaster SVT said shots were fired at the scene, though it wasn't clear who fired them. "The attack seems to have the same modus operandi as the Nice and Berlin attacks previous year as well as the terrible incident in Westminster bridge a few weeks ago, where vehicles were being used to carry out terror attacks".

Author: 0 Trump, Xi showdown fails to materialize at Mar-a-Lago

Mr. Trump had meant to press Mr. Xi for trade concessions and urge China to take a more active role in restraining North Korea's nuclear ambitions, but the high-stakes discussions that began Thursday night and continued Friday were overshadowed by Mr.

Author: 0 California math: 1 vote = $500 million in road work

Brown has lobbied for the bill since he unveiled it with legislative leaders last week, saying it was the state's best shot at creating a revenue source for California's aging transportation infrastructure. John Moorlach, R-Costa Mesa. Yet this approach remains a nonstarter for many Republicans on Capitol Hill and within the Trump administration, which are pushing a national infrastructure plan funded by granting tax credits to private investors.

Business Twitter drops lawsuit against Trump administration
Author: 0 Twitter drops lawsuit against Trump administration

Like most "alt" accounts, this one claims to be run by a current government employee at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office and was fiercely critical of Trump's controversial immigration policies. Twitter has a history of defending its users' First Amendment Rights - however, previous attempts to do so have not been entirely successful. "That is important or people would be chilled from speaking out, particularly when they are speaking out against the government".

Business On National Equal Pay Day, local women's groups rally
Author: 0 On National Equal Pay Day, local women's groups rally

Just past year, the US median income for women was just 80 percent of the median income for men, according to the American Association of University Women . "It's not just about the pay check inequality but it's the access to other assets that allow you to be able to thrive". She believes an Equal Pay Hotline could boost efforts to strengthen state and federal laws prohibiting wage discrimination.

Business Bed Bath & Beyond Beats Wall Street In Q4, Looks To Future
Author: 0 Bed Bath & Beyond Beats Wall Street In Q4, Looks To Future

The consensus analysts recommendation at this point stands at 3.30 on Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. Jensen Investment Management Inc. now owns 10,030 shares of the retailer's stock valued at $432,000 after buying an additional 570 shares during the last quarter.

Business How Donald Trump made an extraordinary U-turn on military intervention in Syria
Author: 0 How Donald Trump made an extraordinary U-turn on military intervention in Syria

Sarin was also the culprit in the deadliest chemical weapons attack of the Syrian war, when more than 1,000 people were killed on the outskirts of Damascus , which the USA blamed on the Syrian army. Democrats were muted in their response. Sen. Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned Trump's missile strikes on Syria as illegal, Reuters reports.

Business Stockholm truck attack leaves two dead and many injured
Author: 0 Stockholm truck attack leaves two dead and many injured

A truck (bottom, blue) crashed into the Ahlens department store at Drottninggatan in central Stockholm, police said. The Swedish authorities say at least three people were killed and many injured. This comes after trucks were used in terror attacks in Nice and Berlin previous year. He told reporters during a visit in western Sweden that, "Sweden has been attacked".

Author: 0 Many Trump voters welcome United States air strikes as show of strength

After his release, he went to opposition-held Aleppo and then came to Turkey when Aleppo fell to the Syrian regime late a year ago. Trump's newfound humanitarian concerns, Sime says, provides an opportunity "to reconsider the travel ban, to reconsider the cap on the total number of refugees who can enter this country, to reconsider the suspension on refugee resettlement in the United States, and to make our country again a welcoming country for refugees".

Author: 0 Nigel Farage heckled over 'mafia' remark to MEPs

European Council President Donald Tusk met Britain's leader for talks Thursday about the U.K.'s departure from the EU, a day after the European Parliament laid out tough guidelines for the divorce negotiations. " You know we don't have to buy German cars, we don't have to drink French wine, we don't have to eat Belgian chocolate ". Now as part of the EU all British citizens are free to travel, work and live in any other European Union member state.

Author: 0 Tesla tops quarterly sales forecast

Better production and deliveries should also help Tesla curb its constant need for cash since better delivery numbers are likely to improve operating cash flows. Looking beyond the Model 3 trade, many investors are debating what is happening to underlying demand for Tesla's older models. Tesla's surging shares have boosted its market value to US$47.8 billion, about US$2.7 billion more than Ford .

Author: 0 Xi, Trump pledge to expand mutually beneficial cooperation

As the two presidents went into their final lunch there were no specifics though, and in the aftermath of the US missile strike on Syria, all the big questions which bedevil the US China relationship have been kicked down the road for President Trump's visit to China later this year.

Business Moorside nuclear reactor builder Westinghouse goes bust
Author: 0 Moorside nuclear reactor builder Westinghouse goes bust

TOKYO (AP ) Japan's embattled Toshiba Corp . says its USA nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric Co. has filed for bankruptcy protection. Toshiba's USA nuclear unit, Westinghouse , has filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States, sparking further doubts over the development of Moorside nuclear power plant.

Author: 0 MI to Pay Nearly $100 Million in Flint Lawsuit Settlement

Lawson is expected to approve the agreement, subject to his oversight of its enforcement. This is the latest move in a lawsuit several groups-including the ACLU of MI, the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Concerned Pastors for Social Action-launched against the city and state on January 27, 2016, to secure safe drinking water for Flint.

Business Trump, Xi showdown fails to materialize
Author: 0 Trump, Xi showdown fails to materialize

Trump said during his presidential campaign that he wanted to stop the Chinese "theft" of American jobs. US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have announced making progress in narrowing their differences during their Florida summit, but did not elaborate on the achievements.

Business North and South Korea women face off in Pyongyang football match
Author: 0 North and South Korea women face off in Pyongyang football match

Last month, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged in Tokyo, "I think it's important to recognize that the diplomatic and other efforts of the past 20 years to bring North Korea to a point of denuclearization have failed". Pyongyang has conducted five nuclear tests since 2006 and fired many ballistic missiles in defiance of worldwide condemnation. For now a unified peninsula seems remote, even though leading liberal candidates running in South Korea's special presidential election on ...

Author: 0 Goldberg Confirms Plans To Take Time Off After WrestleMania 33 Tonight

The WrestleMania match actually lasted a lot longer than some fans expected, with a number of viewers thinking it would barely last longer than 2 minutes at the most. Alexa Bliss, the current champion, will be facing Naomi, who recently defeated her for the title, and four other superstars, including Mickie James who helped her retain her title after appearing as La Luchadora.

Author: 0 Historic SpaceX rocket launch could transform spaceflight

The achievement has the scope to radically shake-up the economics and practicalities of space travel, potentially consigning astronomically expensive, single-use rockets to the galactic bin-bag. It's taken us a long time - a lot of hard steps along the way. One day, clearly, rocket manufacturers like SpaceX and Blue Origin hope to convince satellite operators that used rockets are, in fact, more reliable than new ones.

Author: 0 Asia stocks slip, investors on edge for Trump-Xi meeting

At the moment, the Fed reinvests principal payments it receives from its bond holdings back into the market - maintaining the size of its portfolio and the amount of money in the system. Members, however, mostly agreed that any meaningful fiscal stimulus and its effect on the economy would not likely start until the beginning of next year.

Author: 0 Women fight for equal pay

Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook and founder of LeanIn.Org, a nonprofit that supports working women, described the pay gap that exists between working men and women as "just plain wrong" in a powerful op-ed for USA Today . These figures are broad overviews and compare the pay among all full-time, year-round workers. "With this 1-800 hotline, hopefully, employers will now see that if they are in fact not paying folks equal wages for equal work that there could be some repercussions ...

Author: 0 US unemployment drops to 4.5%, lowest in decade

The number of part-time workers who would prefer full-time jobs declined. Indicators such as the U-6 unemployment rate and the employment-to-population ratio show that there is still room to grow to meet previous eras of a strong labor market.

Author: 0 California Leaders Push For Gas Tax Votes For Road Repairs

Almost every good, middle class job in our state relies on a transportation system that gets people to work and delivers the products and services they produce. It would also earmark $1 billion on new construction. The bill now awaits Brown's signature. The governor was asked about unified Republican opposition to the bill and several Inland Empire GOP lawmakers' calls for him to axe the over-budget High Speed Rail Project, as well as cut more than 3,000 Caltrans positions identified in a ...

Author: 0 Hollywood celebs react to United Airlines controversy

Watts, who is the founder of Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense in America, updated her Twitter followers throughout the ordeal with a series of follow-up tweets . The airlines received a lot of backlash on social media since the incident. As Watts' following tweet explains, the agent told the girls they would have to change their clothes in order to fly.

Business Iran says USA strike in Syria
Author: 0 Iran says USA strike in Syria "dangerous, destructive"

Zarif also called the allegation that the Syrian military used chemical weapons as "bogus". Iran says it has military advisers and volunteers in Syria but denies having a conventional force on the ground. Ghasemi described Iran as "the biggest victim of chemical weapons in recent history", referencing Iraqi use of the weapons during its 1980s war with the Islamic Republic.

Business Beijing affirms climate pledge after Trump rolls back rules
Author: 0 Beijing affirms climate pledge after Trump rolls back rules

CEO Jeffrey Immelt defended efforts to reduce emissions and fight climate change, after President Donald Trump reversed rules that pushed USA utilities to use cleaner-burning fuels. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has criticized the climate accord, calling it a "bad deal". That reflects the dramatically falling costs of wind, solar and other renewable energy sources.

Business 8Point3 Energy -7% on First Solar's likely exit, but some analysts optimistic
Author: 0 8Point3 Energy -7% on First Solar's likely exit, but some analysts optimistic

The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available at this link . A number of hedge funds and other institutional investors have recently bought and sold shares of the stock. Finally, Trust Co. of Vermont increased its position in First Solar by 2.1% in the third quarter. The firm had revenue of $480.43 million for the quarter, compared to analyst estimates of $412.76 million.

Business Masters 2017: Jordan Spieth three over after quadruple bogey at the 15th
Author: 0 Masters 2017: Jordan Spieth three over after quadruple bogey at the 15th

Spieth's ball had too much backspin on it, and when a gust of wind caused it to land about five yards short of his intended target, it spun back into the water. The pin was tucked in a narrow peninsula but this was some Spieth sloppiness we just don't see at Augusta. except for, uh, that one other time he made a quad.

Business Electronics retailer hhgregg is going out of business
Author: 0 Electronics retailer hhgregg is going out of business

The Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on March 6, 2017. The company was founded 62 years ago, and grew into a regional behemoth with 220 stores in 19 states. HHGregg said late Friday that its efforts to reorganize have failed and it is closing all of its stores, including one in Sarasota County and one in Manatee County.

Business Spieth sticks a quad at Augusta, but his timing has improved
Author: 0 Spieth sticks a quad at Augusta, but his timing has improved

Spieth, 23, who has finished 2-1-2 in his first three trips to the Masters, winning the green jacket with a record-tying score of 18-under 270 in 2015, slipped to 4 over for the tournament with a sloppy bogey at the par-5 second hole, which played as the second-easiest hole on the golf course Friday.

Business Trump having 'very interesting' time with Xi
Author: 0 Trump having 'very interesting' time with Xi

Bonnie Glaser, an expert in Chinese foreign policy, said Beijing would view Trump's strikes as proof he was not afraid of taking bold military action, a reality that had potential implications both in North Korea and the South China Sea. Wang said China hopes the informal get-together will inject some stability into the relationship and help reduce the uncertainties that have arisen during the transition to the new administration.

Business Bannon is at Trump's table -- but slipping further away
Author: 0 Bannon is at Trump's table -- but slipping further away

But the president is considering a range of options, including a shift in role for Bannon, who has become increasingly isolated in the White House as other power centers have grown, as well as additional senior staff. Kushner, the president's son-in-law, is now apparently in charge of Middle East peace, fighting opioid addiction , criminal justice reform, China diplomacy , and innovation.

Business Gas tax bill passes through State Legislature
Author: 0 Gas tax bill passes through State Legislature

Brown last week told a crowd that the bill wasn't ideal, but he called it a responsible, common-sense measure that charges those who use the roads: "The only choice is: Do we borrow from the next generation, or do we really belly up to the bar and say, 'Here's what it costs, and we're going to pay it.'".

Business Syria missile attack sends gas prices up
Author: 0 Syria missile attack sends gas prices up

Gold prices, which along with the yen are considered safe bets in times of turmoil and uncertainty, also jumped more than one percent to $1,266. The strike early Friday morning in Syria targeted hangars, planes and fuel tanks at one Syrian military airfield, according to a US official.

Business US jobs report: A tale of 2 surveys, at a glance
Author: 0 US jobs report: A tale of 2 surveys, at a glance

The report went on to note that most of Amazon's new jobs would be in suburban warehouses, supporting housing demand on the edges of major cities. From February 2016 to February 2017, nonagricultural wage and salary employment grew 45,400.

Author: 0 Second Suspect in Stockholm Truck Attack Detained

More recently, 12 people lost their lives in Berlin when a truck rammed shoppers at a Christmas market in the German capital. "People were screaming and running in all directions", said Brandon Sekitto, who was in his auto nearby. The lorry smashed through stone lion bollards into the pedestrianised area, leaving a trail of blood and debris. "I don't know if the other one made it", Sidi said.