China-based government hackers have exploited a bug in Microsoft's email server software to target U.S. organizations, the company said Tuesday. Microsoft said that a “highly skilled and sophisticated” state-sponsored group operating from China has been trying to steal information from a number of American targets, including universities, defense contractors, law firms and infectious-disease researchers. Microsoft said it has released security upgrades to fix the vulnerabilities to its Exchange Server software, which is used for work email and calendar services, mostly for larger organizations that have their own in-person email servers.
Comedian Chris D’Elia was sued on Tuesday for allegedly soliciting nude photos from a 17-year-old girl. According to the complaint, filed in federal court in Los Angeles, D’Elia sought and received more than 100 explicit images and videos from the girl over the course of several months. The suit also says he had urged the […]
Stephen Hendry will target 800 centuries and a return to the Crucible after making an impressive return to the professional snooker tour despite a 4-1 defeat to Matthew Selt in Milton Keynes on Tuesday.
Mar.02 -- Zoom Video Communications Inc. Chief Financial Officer Kelly Steckelberg discusses the company's performance during the Covid-19 pandemic and its outlook. Zoom projected annual revenue that would top analysts’ estimates, signaling the video meeting service expects to remain a ubiquitous presence in daily life even as the pandemic recedes. Steckelberg speaks to Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
FuboTV grew its internet pay-TV subscriber rolls at a rapid clip last year — and it sustained heavy losses to get there. The company ended 2020 with 547,880 subscribers, up 73% year-over-year. It gained 92,800 net new subscribers in the fourth quarter, an increase of 237% year-over-year. Total net loss for last year was $570.5 […]
President Joe Biden said Tuesday the United States would have enough vaccine for its entire adult population by the end of May, as he announced a deal for pharma giant Merck to produce the shot developed by rival Johnson & Johnson.
At least five college students died in Bolivia on Tuesday after falling from the fourth floor of a building at the Public University of El Alto (UPEA), in a highland city near La Paz, when a balcony crush led to a railing collapsing. Dramatic video footage of the accident showed a large group of students gathered on a crowded balcony when the railing gives way and students fall, some to their deaths. "So far we have a report of five dead and three people in intensive care after what happened at the #UPEA facilities," Interior Minister Eduardo Del Castillo wrote on Twitter.
Giancarlo confirmed the investment but declined to comment further, the report said.
How Gary Gensler approached the $400 trillion swaps market at the CFTC points to how he might approach crypto at the SEC.
Last week, about 600 people were tested for the coronavirus in the city of Utsunomiya, north of Tokyo - the Japanese government's first stab at systematic random and targeted testing that it hopes will prevent a new wave of infections. Some 300 people walking in the city and another 300 at local schools were given saliva-based PCR or polymerase chain reaction tests. Compared to mass-testing drives in South Korea, China and other nations, it was a small effort but for Japan, the testing exercise - set to be replicated in many parts of the country - represents a significant step up.
Grocery Outlet Holding Corp. (GO) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 4.35% and 2.39%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Horizon Technology Finance (HRZN) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -25.00% and -9.94%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Stocks on Wall Street ended Tuesday lower, a day after a blockbuster rally that saw the S&P 500 have its best day since June. The Dow dropped nearly 150 points while the S&P also fell.And the Nasdaq lost about 1.7% as Apple, Facebook, Tesla and other big technology names tumbled.The tech-heavy index's fall came as investors continue to rotate out of stocks that outperformed due to the coronavirus pandemic and into others viewed as likely to do well as the economy recovers, such energy and travel companiesNicholas Colas of DataTrek Research says - given history - the recent volatility in markets is par for the course."This one is playing very much true to form with past cycles, we tend to get initially a big surge off the bottom when we first see fiscal stimulus, we got all of that last year. It was a little bit heavily skewed towards technology because of the unique nature of what happened with the pandemic, but it is the kind of classic lift off the bottom that we always get. At this point in the cycle, call it six to 12 to 10, even a year on from the bottom, we do get these first rumblings of inflation that begin to lift interest rates and the market begins to go a little bit wobbly. The same exact thing happened virtually to the day during the 2010 recovery, after the '09 crisis.Stocks on the move included Target, which said it will invest $4 billion annually over the next several years as the big box retailer upgrades stores and strengthens its online business. Shares are up sharply over the past year but fell nearly 7% on Tuesday on the expected hit to margins.Meanwhile, mortgage provider Rocket Companies bucked the trend, skyrocketing as much as roughly 70 percent, as the heavily shorted stock drew interest on Twitter and Reddit’s popular WallStreetBets.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United have to focus on realistic and responsible business as they target improvements to their squad during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Pentagon expressed concern on Tuesday about a U.N. report indicating possible reprocessing of nuclear fuel for bombs by North Korea, and said such activity could raise tensions with Pyongyang. Rear Admiral Michael Studeman, head of intelligence for the U.S. Indo-Pacific command, said North Korean activity highlighted this week by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) could be intended to get the attention of the Biden administration and as a bargaining chip to press for sanctions relief. The administration is currently reviewing U.S.-North Korea policy.
Monroe Capital (MRCC) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 4.17% and -1.38%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Vectrus (VEC) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 26.88% and -1.80%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Many of the six Dr. Seuss titles that are being discontinued landed on Amazon’s best-seller list on Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Seuss Enterprises, the company in charge of preserving the beloved children’s author’s legacy, on Tuesday announced that six Seuss books will be permanently discontinued due to material deemed racist or insensitive. The six books — “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” “If I Ran the Zoo,” “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!” “Scrambled Eggs Super!” and “The Cat’s Quizzer” — will no longer be republished or licensed for further use. “These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,” the company said in a statement issued on what would have been the author’s 117th birthday as well as as National Read Across America Day. Also Read: 6 Dr. Seuss Books Pulled From Publication for 'Hurtful' Depictions All but “The Cat’s Quizzer” were among the top 50 selling books on Amazon on Tuesday. “If I Ran the Zoo” is currently at No. 6. The top two books were both Dr. Seuss titles. The top seller is a collection that features “Cat in the Hat,” “One Fish Two Fish,” “Green Eggs and Ham,” “Hop on Pop” and “Fox in Socks.” “Oh the Places You’ll Go” landed in the No. 2 spot. According to Dr. Seuss. Enterprises, the decision to discontinue these titles was made a year ago, after the company began “working with a panel of experts, including educators” to reassess the entire catalog of work by Seuss (né Theodore Geisel). Criticisms of some of his work have mounted over the years, specifically taking issue with the ways Black and Asian characters were illustrated in the children’s books. Read original story Soon-to-Be Pulled Dr Seuss Titles Shoot Up Amazon’s Best-Seller List At TheWrap
U.S. real estate technology company Doma said on Tuesday it has agreed to go public through a merger with blank-check acquisition firm Capitol Investment Corp V in a deal valuing the start-up at around $3 billion, including debt. It comes amid a boom in the U.S. housing market with home sales last year totaling 5.64 million, the most since 2006, according to the National Association of Realtors. San Francisco-based Doma sells a system designed to make the closing of real estate transactions more efficient.
Fed Governor Lael Brainard became the first Fed officer to directly acknowledge higher 10-year rates appearing on economists' radar screens.