Truex is the only driver with multiple wins so far in 2021.
The Basque Country's top court on Friday ruled that the region must stop its current COVID-19 curfew, while a court in Valencia approved continuing the measure, in a sign of the confusion that could be in store when Spain ends its national state of emergency this weekend. Imposed last October to curb a rampant second wave of infections, the state of emergency allowed the central government to temporarily enforce a nationwide 11 p.m. curfew as well as local travel bans and lockdowns. When it ends, each of Spain's 17 regions must individually seek approval from local courts to continue such measures, likely creating a kaleidoscope of diverging restrictions and legal battles.
Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland, Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi, and Brian Cheung discuss the April Jobs Report and what it means for the Federal Reserve.
Dow Hits New High and NASDAQ Ends Skid Ahead of Jobs Report
KUCHING May 7 — Sarawak Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Karim Rahman Hamzah should recommend diving queen Pandelela Rinong for a “Datuk” title from the state government in recognition of her...
Greensill Capital's UK business had $17.7 billion in assets under management at March 8, of which $3.7 billion has been collected as of April 16, its administrators Grant Thornton said on Friday. The supply chain finance firm, which lent money to firms by buying their invoices at a discount, collapsed in March 2021 after insurers pulled their cover. The administrators proposed in a statement that the administration would end with the voluntary liquidation or dissolution of Greensill Capital UK and Greensill Capital Management UK, after a sale attempt fell through earlier this year.
A group of homeowners recently won a large payout from Network Rail after Japanese Knotweed spread onto their property from a nearby train track.
Cinemark has reached new agreements with the five major studios that could help formalize a shorter theatrical window. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but it comes as COVID-19 has reshaped the amount of time that films show exclusively on the big screen before making their home entertainment debuts. The company signed a deal […]
Canada lost more jobs than expected in April, with the declines driven by coronavirus restrictions in populous Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia, while the unemployment rate rose, Statistics Canada data showed on Friday. "Full-time jobs took a heavier hit during April than they did amid the second wave restrictions," said Doug Porter, chief economist at BMO Capital Markets.
The Muppets are ghosting Disney Plus, and it’s a good thing: Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Pepe the King Prawn and the rest of the puppet pals will star in their first-ever Halloween special “Muppets Haunted Mansion,” dropping this autumn exclusively on Disney Plus. The special promises to feature a star-studded Muppets cast, likely […]
WrapPRO’s annual executive compensation survey finds that not everyone who took pay cuts made less money in 2020 Taking a pay cut during the pandemic meant something very different for Hollywood and tech CEOs than for the rest of us. Last year, while the pandemic was spiraling out of control and bludgeoning the industry’s bottom line, many media companies like Fox, Comcast, Disney and struggling movie theater chains like AMC and Cinemark put out slick press releases about how their top execs were cutting – or in some cases forgoing – their salaries to help weather the financial storm. Now that we’re in 2021, we can see just how their pockets were affected, or not. In a word, CEOs were all still more than handsomely compensated for their work last year. For most, the pay cuts only meant they weren’t taking their salaries, which is a small fraction of their full compensation packages, mostly made up of stock and option awards, as well as bonuses. While it is true that the top executives over at Fox, Comcast and Disney did make less money compared to 2019, others actually saw their pay increase despite lower salary. AMC’s Adam Aron and Cinemark’s...Read original story Executive Pay 2021: COVID Hammered Hollywood’s Bottom Line – But Not Top CEO’s Wallets At TheWrap
Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren joins ‘Influencers’ to discuss the need for taxes and regulations on corporate America.
The show has run for three series and one celebrity edition.
The Asian Development Bank will stop financing new coal power plants under a draft energy policy released Friday that was cautiously welcomed by environmental groups.
Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland, Julie Hyman, and Brian Sozzi react to the April Jobs Report with Joe Brusuelas, RSM Chief Economist, and Emily Roland, John Hancock Investment Management Co-Chief Investment Strategist.
Spot iron ore broke $200 (£143) a tonne for the first time, while copper, which is seen as a bellwether of the health of the global economy, hit more than $10,200 per tonne in London on Friday.
Stock futures advanced Friday morning as investors awaited a key report on the state of the U.S. economic and labor market recovery.
France will have to observe a two-week isolation period before July's three-match Test series in Australia, the French Rugby Federation's vice-president Serge Simon told AFP on Friday.
Installed Building Products (IBP) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -12.62% and -2.77%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2021. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Meridian Bioscience (VIVO) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 16.67% and -2.26%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2021. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?