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Tesla surprises with 3Q profit

The automaker also said earlier this month that deliveries in the fourth quarter will be about what they were in the third quarter or possibly a little higher. IBD'S TAKE: Tesla shares have been rising, but the stock is well off highs, and the company continues to lose money. In June, Musk proposed Tesla buying SolarCity for about $2.45 million, with a merger vote taking place on November 17.

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Delhi-Noida expressway becomes toll free

The plea, filed through advocate Ranjit Saxena, said that various clauses of the concessionaire agreement between the Noida authority and NTBCL were totally in favour of the toll collecting firm which has already earned almost four times of their total project cost.

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Legal relief bound to strengthen Yeddyurappa within BJP

The CBI had charged that the personal bank accounts of Yeddyurappa's sons B Y Raghavendra - now a BJP MLA in Karnataka - and B Y Vijayendra, and a son-in-law Sohan Kumar received R20 crore between August and September 2010 from a JSW Steel-affiliate South West Mining Company.

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CAMH Tip Started Investigation Into Woodstock Nurse Charged With Alleged Murders

Charles Cullen , center, a former nurse who has pleaded guilty to committing 29 murders and six attempted murders over the course of his 16-year nursing career in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, is seen as he stands next to his attorney, Johnnie Mask, left, in state Superior Court in Newark, N.J., Thursday, Dec.

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Manchester United Defender Ruled Out for 2 Months

Bailly limped off early in the second half having suffered suspected serious knee ligament damage. Bailly joined Manchester United in a big money move from Villarreal in the summer and has since established himself as a regular in the side with his disciplined, if often overly physical performances.

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Brazilian aircraft maker settles bribery charges

Federal prosecutors said in January 2005, Embraer executed an agency agreement with a shell company domiciled in the United Kingdom and affiliated with Agent D (although the name never appeared in the agreement). The SEC complaint said that Embraer made more than $83 million in profit from the sales linked to bribes to officials in India, Saudi Arabia, Mozambique and the Dominican Republic.

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Chelsea 4 Manchester United 0: Jose Mourinho stunned at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea produced a dominant display to ensure Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's return to Stamford Bridge ended in a humbling 4-0 defeat. Sections of the home support subsequently chanted Mourinho's name, but they were unable to contain their delight - encouraged by an ecstatic Conte - at a victory over their former boss and a club-record eighth consecutive unbeaten meeting with United.

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Turkey troops, rebels battle Kurdish-led militia

More than 300,000 people have been killed since Syria's war devolved from a widespread protest movement against Assad's rule in March 2011 to a multi-front war between rebels, militants, Kurds and the regime's forces. Paulo Pinheiro, chairman of the United Nations commission of inquiry on Syria, said that the panel would continue to document war crimes in Aleppo and urged the government of President Bashar al-Assad to provide information on violations.

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It's Now Illegal To Advertise Your Apartment Short-Term On Airbnb

A 2010 law bans so-called home sharing in multifamily units in New York City for periods of less than 30 days if the legal tenant isn't at home. However, Airbnb has voiced its concern and said that regulations that stop property owners from exploiting the system would be more appropriate, stating further that the proposed bill would just be taking money out of the pockets of New Yorkers.

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British anti-terror police discover device linked to London tube scare

London's Metropolitan Police says officers were searching an address on Friday in the southwest England town of Newton Abbot connected to a 19-year-old man arrested on Thursday over the subway incident. In a statement, Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Further forensic searches will continue at the property in question". Police have not released details about the two items nor have they said whether the first, which was made safe by a controlled explosion, was a viable explosive device.

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Leukemia Drug Price Spikes to $200K a Year and Lawmakers Want Answers

EPS growth in next year is estimated to reach -388.90% while EPS growth estimate for this year is set at -40.80%. Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc .'s (ARIA) made a return of -16.20%% in one month through last close, displaying a 35.46% return during the past three months.

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PayPal Profits Match Estimates Amid Strong Revenue, Increased Market Share

The consensus price target is $44.50. US based company, PayPal Holdings, Inc.'s (PYPL)'s latest closing price distance was at 5.52% from the average-price of 200 days while it maintained a distance from the 50 Day Moving Average at 2.02% and -0.75% compared with the 20 Day Moving Average.

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EBay Gets Picked Apart As Q3 Earnings Miss Some Key Metrics

The company posted $0.45 in earnings per share (EPS) on $2.22 billion in revenue, versus consensus estimates from Thomson Reuters that called for $0.44 in EPS and $2.19 billion in revenue. The company's total repurchase authorization remaining is $2.3 billion. The company generated $802 million in cash from continuing operations and spent $185 million on capex.

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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) Tumbles After Posting Loss

Analysts had a consensus of $0.01. Revenue grew to $1.31 billion versus $1.06 billion in the same period past year. (NASDAQ:AMD) was the target of a significant growth in short interest during the month of September. The standard deviation of all estimates is $6.025. They now have a Dollars 9 price target on the stock. 19 number of analysts also provided their insight on Advanced Micro Devices , Inc., where the Average Price Target for the stock is $6.41.

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Walgreens posts strong 4Q earns, but delays Rite Aid deal

Although sales recovered in July and August, they fell 0.8 percent compared to the same period past year. ( Walgreens Boots Alliance ) is a holding company. Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc . has a 12 month low of $71.50 and a 12 month high of $95.74. At last check, Rite Aid was up 5.71 percent at 7.04, while Walgreens was up 3.64 percent at $79.99.

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May says no decision taken on the site of airport expansion

Unusually, the recommendation for the location of the extra runway will be made by a sub-committee - rather than the full cabinet - chaired by Theresa May. She said: "This is a subject that has been debated, discussed, speculated on for 40 years". In a letter to ministers, Mrs May said colleagues with long-standing views or constituency interests on the issue would be given an "exceptional and limited" freedom to criticise the decision of the Cabinet's airports sub-committee, though they ...

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Time's up: Florida wrapping up voter registration

The Florida Democratic party and Democratic National Committee sued the state on October 3 for concerns that their votes were not being counted accurately because of the law . Oscar Arnero , 61, of North Miami, registered for the first time after hearing it was his last day to do so, and plans to vote for Trump. While it may not have a significant influence statewide, the extension will be important "for the people who got a chance to register to vote that might not have", Martinez said.

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Undercover Video Shows Democrats Plotting Violence at Trump Rallies

Foval, the national field director of Americans United for Change, has been fired by that organization, which contracted with Democracy Partners , has been fired . Democracy Partners called O'Keefe's video a "well-funded, systematic spy operation that is the modern day equivalent of the Watergate burglars". Another comment on the tape had someone saying "Trump is a Nazi" and that you need to try to to get them to punch you.

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Visa CEO Scharf Resigns, Replaced by Ex-AmEx President Kelly

Under Scharf, Visa closed a deal to combine with former unit Visa Europe in June. The addition of the company's stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average in 2013 was another important accomplishment. In addition to his 23 years of service at American Express , Kelly also chaired the 2014 New York-area Super Bowl Host Committee, and now serves on the board of directors at life insurance company MetLife.

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RBS unveils sweeping new structure as ring-fencing looms

The announcement that RBS is pressing on with the ring fence - which must be completed by the start of 2019 - comes amid turbulence in financial markets sparked by fears about the ability of Deutsche Bank to pay a a $14bn (£11bn) penalty from the U.S.

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Man Dressed as Batman Is Chasing Off Frightening Clowns in North England

A police force in Britain had to contend with 14 clown-related incidents in 24 hours, while police forces across the country have signalled that incidents are rising. More than a third came from terrified youngsters between the ages of 12 and 15, added the charity. This latest development in the "creepy clown" trend feels nearly inevitable, but still awesome.

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Oil Edges Up Before Producer Talks On Output Curbs

December Brent crude on London's ICE Futures exchange lost 46 cents, or 0.9%, to $51.95 a barrel. Carsten Fritsch of Germany's Commerzbank said "the expectations of an OPEC production cut surely played a role" in the recent price rises of the futures market, where large volumes of new long-positions have been built up as the market becomes increasingly confident about rising oil markets.

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Clinton proposes closing real estate loophole, not Trump

Clinton's plan is the mirror image of the Trump proposal. But on paper , Trump promises fresh benefits to the most special interest in his life: Trump, Inc. As with virtually all her proposals to help the middle class and low-income families, Clinton vows to pay for them by making sure "the wealthy, Wall Street and big corporations pay their fair share".

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US dollar rises amid Fed minutes

On the Nasdaq, 1,369 issues rose and 1,318 fell. "That will prompt some capital outflows out of Japan to US Treasuries". "You had a bit of very-short-term panic yesterday". The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits held at a 43-year low last week, pointing to sustained labour market strength that could pave the way for the Fed to raise interest rates in December.

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TSX rises, led by energy and financials

However, Wednesday's release of the minutes will likely reveal how much of a push there was for a rate hike and the Fed's views on the US economy. "North American equity market valuations are still feeling full. Energy producers are second with a 26 percent gain. Teck Resources Ltd fell almost 5 percent to C$23.51 after having reached its highest in more than two years on Wednesday.