Alexei Navalny makes first appearance in court since ending hunger strike
Alexei Navalny makes first appearance in court since ending hunger strike
Nielsen’s TV yardstick has been found wanting. A review of recent Nielsen efforts to map out TV audience activity determined the company likely undercounted TV audiences in February of this year, a development that is expected to intensify a growing rift between the measurement giant and the TV networks who depend on it to set […]
The filmmakers behind Sony Pictures Animation’s “The Mitchells vs. the Machines will participate in a free, virtual PreVIEW talk on Friday, May 14, beginning at 10 a.m. PT., presented by the VIEW Conference. The 90-minute discussion, moderated by Variety’s Steven Gaydos, will feature writer-director Michael Rianda, co-director and writer Jeff Rowe, production designer Lindsey Olivares, […]
The comeback will be a huge storyline. And every day that he's in the spotlight is one less day it is zeroed in on the young QB and the adjusting coach.
Sporting Lisbon will have to wait at least one more day to celebrate their first league title in nearly two decades after rivals Porto hammered lowly Farense 5-1 on Monday.
After a slew of controversies surrounding the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s lack of diversity, NBC announced on Monday that it will not air the Golden Globes in 2022. “We continue to believe that the HFPA is committed to meaningful reform,” NBC said in a statement. “However, change of this magnitude takes time and work, and […]
A Venezuelan non-governmental organization said on Monday eight soldiers from the OPEC nation were being held by a faction of a Colombian rebel group that had issued a statement naming the officers, after fighting broke out along the countries' shared border zone. Javier Tarazona, director of the NGO Fundaredes, showed photos of two pages of a supposed communique from the 10th front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombian (FARC) rebels in which they gave the names of the soldiers calling them "prisoners of war." The document is undated and is addressed to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
For people in the business of reviewing films, movie theaters aren’t just a sacred place to watch the latest indie flick or big-budget blockbuster. Cinemas are a second home of sorts, or at least an office away from the office. In pre-pandemic times, Justin Chang, a film critic for the Los Angeles Times and NPR’s […]
Stocks slid into the close on Monday as investors shunned high-flying tech stocks. The Dow finished lower after touching a fresh record high during the session. The S&P 500 fell 44 points. The Nasdaq got walloped, tumbling 350 points. Stock losses outside of the tech sector were limited by strength in economically-sensitive names. That portfolio adjustment towards sectors that should do well in an economic upswing isn’t done, says Julia Carlson, CEO, Financial Freedom Wealth Management Group."I think we're going to still see strength in value based companies, in real estate investment trust, the equity real estate. I also think financials will do well and, you know, more of those consumer staple investments."But in a reminder that the rebound is still in its early phase – look at travel and tourism stocks. Profits and sales at hotel chain Marriott came in weaker than expected. Marriott, which gets about three-quarters of its revenues from North America said bookings in the U.S. were still down sharply.Tyson Foods topped earnings and revenue forecasts for the quarter and guided full-year sales estimates higher. But it had a warning. The largest U.S. meat processor said it is "seeing substantial inflation across our supply chain," which it says will put a squeeze on profits in the second-half of the year.Colonial Pipeline, the largest fuel pipeline in the United States and the victim of a cyber attack that shut down its entire network, expects to "substantially" restore operational service by the end of the week. Energy watchers fear the disruption, which comes as more Americans hit the road, could push gasoline prices to their highest level since 2014. In cryptocurrency news: ethereum hit a record high above 4,000 dollars amid rising demand for the bitcoin alternative.
Dustin Johnson's injury comes just one week before the PGA Championship.
The future of the Golden Globes is in doubt as Hollywood revolts against the telecast's voting body.
David Nelson, Belpointe Chief Strategist, joined Yahoo Finance discuss cyber attack shuts down U.S. fuel pipeline.
Jeremy Welch, Kraken's Chief Product Officer, joined Yahoo Finance to discuss the outlook for crypto and Dogecoin after Elon Musk calls it ‘a hustle’ on SNL.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth will present Prime Minister Boris Johnson's post-pandemic agenda on Tuesday in a speech written by the government that will set out the new laws that ministers intend to pass in the coming year. The grand 'State Opening of Parliament', a heavily choreographed and costumed ceremony led by the 95-year-old monarch, will this year involve face masks, social distancing, and fewer guests. The speech will set out Johnson's policymaking priorities as he plans Britain's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and seeks to fulfil the promises he made to voters in 2019 on creating new opportunities for left-behind regions and communities.
Mario Morris, Notre Dame's Deputy Atheltic Director, discuessed how COVID-19 impacted collge sports and the future of NCAA athltetes earning sponsorships with Yahoo Finance.
A 78-year-old woman graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, on May 8 after pursuing her Liberal Studies bachelor’s degree for six years, according to the university.Vivian Cunningham took courses decades ago through a tuition reimbursement program when she was employed at the Alabama Power Company, but never had the time to earn a bachelor’s degree until she retired.A Samford University press release said Cunningham, a single mother of two children, worked at an Atlanta dress shop, and then returned to Birmingham to work as a night-shift custodian at the Alabama Power Company for the next 13 years. Cunningham then worked her way up to a daytime job in Alabama Power’s mail room.Throughout the years, Cunningham acquired course credits at various colleges and universities in Birmingham. Cunningham earned an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies from Virginia College and then furthered her education at Samford University, according to the press release.Samford University provided this footage of Cunningham attending her commencement ceremony at Seibert Stadium in Homewood on May 8.“I might go for the master’s degree,” Cunningham said in the press release. “I don’t want to stop. I love to read, I love to sew, I love to watch movies. I don’t want to just sit because I’m retired. I want the knowledge.” Credit: Samford University via Storyful
Dr. Sejal Hathi, Physician & Clinical Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital & host of “Civic Rx” podcast, joined Yahoo Finance to discuss the lastest on covid-19.
You can always count on Golden Retrievers to bring a smile to your face. He just wanted to go out for a walk!
CUNY Chancellor Felix V Matos Rodriguez joined Yahoo Finance to discuss the Class of 2021 and the future of high education.
Foreign citizens arriving in Saudi Arabia must quarantine for a week in government-approved accommodation starting May 20 to combat the spread of COVID-19, the Saudi civil aviation authority (GACA) said on Monday. As the kingdom reopens, exempted individuals such as Saudi citizens, flight crews and diplomats will have to quarantine at home unless they are vaccinated, state news agency SPA said, citing an interior ministry official. Airlines are required to contract accommodation approved by the tourism ministry to house people in quarantine.
After a frenzied Monday in which NBC canceled its telecast of the 2022 Golden Globes and WarnerMedia joined Netflix and Amazon Studios in boycotting the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the Globes, the HFPA has revealed its time frame for “implementing transformational changes as quickly – and as thoughtfully – as possible,” which it said […]