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D-Day: GE CEO says decision on dividend to be made at November investor day

“Investors will have to wait until next month to find out whether General Electric will cut its dividend yield, the company’s chief executive said Friday” writes Fred Imbert for cnbc.com. “The process we’re going through, the final completion of our analysis of everything going on in the company, we’re going to present that” on Nov. 13 at GE’s investor day, CEO John Flannery said on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.”. So it’s going to be a mix of capital that goes into a dividend and a mix that goes into…

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Kubrat Pulev: I could have just taken the money and fought Anthony Joshua injured, but that’s not me

“Kubrat Pulev has revealed that he struggled to make the decision to cancel his world title challenge against Anthony Joshua in Cardiff next week” writes Boxing Correspondent for telegraph.co.uk. “I am aware that the news of my injury and the subsequent cancellation of the fight between me and Anthony Joshua for the world title surprised you.It wasn’t easy for me to make that decision,” wrote Pulev on social media. Source: telegraph.co.uk Share This:

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Trump just made a huge move that could blow up Obamacare

“Some health-policy experts have said that without the payments, the individual insurance exchanges could be devastated as insurers leave and premiums skyrocket” writes Bob Bryan for businessinsider.sg. After multiple failures by Republicans to pass legislation to overhaul the US healthcare system, Trump has pursued measures to undermine the stability of the ACA, the landmark healthcare law also known as Obamacare.The Trump administration has kicked the can down the road on the appeal and appropriated the payments on a monthly basis, attempting to use them as leverage in multiple negotiations with…

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Election limbo continues as kingmaker talks end with indecision

“New Zealand has been left in electoral limbo again after kingmaker Winston Peters said his board and caucus had failed to reach a decision about which major party to support in government” writes Eleanor Ainge Roy for theguardian.com. Peters said on Tuesday that his board had been sent home and he had withdrawn his commitment to make a decision by the end of this week. Source: theguardian.com Share This:

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Supreme Court to rule if Microsoft must turn over emails stored overseas

“The Supreme Court’s decision on Friday means it will review whether Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) should indeed turn over email evidence stored in Ireland” writes Jose Pagliery for cnn.com. The appellate ruling was dubbed the “Microsoft-Ireland decision,” because the court denied federal investigators access to emails stored on Microsoft computers in Ireland.To Congress at the time, it was unthinkable that American companies would store vast troves of Americans’ data outside the country.But it is simultaneously pushing for an update to the 1986 law that would once again give police access to…

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The Tick star Griffin Newman admits he ‘regrets’ starring in new Woody Allen film, gives fee to charity

“Griffin Newman, who currently appears on the US TV series The Tick, wrote on Twitter that he had always struggled over his decision to do the film, which is in production, but that the ongoing allegations against disgraced film mogul Harvey Weinstein encouraged him to go public with his regret” writes Telegraph Reporters for telegraph.co.uk. Newman wrote that his decision came in light of a 2014 open letter written by Allen’s daughter Dylan Farrow and published in the New York Times, in which she accused Allen of molesting her when…

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Sathianathan agrees with penalty decision

“After seeing his side held to a 1-1 draw by Kedah in their first leg Malaysia Cup semi-final match with the visitors’ goal coming from a penalty, Felda United head coach Sathianathan Bhaskaran agreed with the referee’s decision” writes Sporting News for sportingnews.com. The penalty was converted by Sandro da Silva, and the hosts only found the equaliser late in the match through substitute Hadin Azman’s header.”The incident happened quite far from the bench, but I’m sure it was a penalty. Source: sportingnews.com Share This:

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Trump celebrates healthcare stocks tanking after executive order ending key Obamacare subsidies

“Trump, who announced ending the payments Thursday night, celebrated that stocks related to the healthcare industry took a sharp dive on Friday after the news” writes Harrison Jacobs for businessinsider.com. “Health Insurance stocks, which have gone through the roof during the ObamaCare years, plunged yesterday after I ended their Dems windfall!”. Centene and Molina Healthcare, which both have significant Medicaid business and offer some individual insurance plans, dropped 3.33% and 3.37% respectively.”Obamacare has proven itself to be a fatally flawed law, and the House will continue to work with Trump administration…

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Trump’s new health care decision disproportionately affects states that voted heavily for him

“While his actions do not take the place of real legislative repeal and revitalization of free-market health care, he is doing everything possible to save Americans from crippling health care costs and decreasing quality of care,” Biggs said” writes Christina A for businessinsider.com. “I woke up, really, in horror,” said Alice Thompson, 62, an environmental consultant from the Milwaukee area who purchases insurance on Wisconsin’s federally run health insurance exchange.Roughly half of the estimated 71,000 Kentuckians buying health insurance on the federal exchange were benefiting from the cost-sharing subsidies Trump…

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Trump’s decision to end Obamacare subsides will most affect states he won

“I woke up, really, in horror,” said Alice Thompson, 62, an environmental consultant from the Milwaukee area who purchases insurance on Wisconsin’s federally run health insurance exchange” writes Christina A for sun-sentinel.com. Roughly half of the estimated 71,000 Kentuckians buying health insurance on the federal exchange were benefiting from the cost-sharing subsidies Trump just ended.She pays $1,108 a month for health insurance purchased on the exchange.Had federal cost-sharing been retained, the premiums would have risen by no more than 10 percent. Source: sun-sentinel.com Share This:

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