ARK's popular exchange traded funds have been battered by a recent shift away from the high-flying technology stocks that led markets higher for most of 2020, with the ARK Innovation exchange traded fund off 11% year-to-date. But technology stocks have faltered in recent weeks, as rising bond yields and expectations of an economic rebound spur a powerful rotation out of the "stay-at-home" names that drove markets higher for most of 2020 and into companies that would most benefit from an economic reopening.
Photos Cassia County Sheriff’s Office/FacebookWhen Whitney Murphy was found fatally shot in her Idaho home in 2014, authorities thought her death was the tragic result of a home invasion.Now, six years later, authorities are pointing the finger at her husband—whom they allege murdered the 26-year-old in a staged robbery just weeks after taking out a lucrative $650,000 life insurance policy in her name.Jimmy Lee Murphy, 32, was slapped with several charges last week, including first-degree murder, in connection with his wife’s October 2014 death, according to the Cassia County Sheriff”s Office. When authorities tried to arrest Murphy outside his mobile home about an hour outside of Twin Falls on Wednesday, he allegedly attempted to flee, forcing officers to tackle and subdue him with a stun gun.Murphy’s arrest comes after he quit his job at the end of February, stopped answering federal authorities, and started making plans to leave town and adopt the “van life,” he told cops, according to the Idaho Statesman.This Cali Mom Vanished 2 Months Ago. Her Husband Has Stopped Cooperating. Court documents obtained by the outlet say investigators arrived at the Murphy residence in October 2014 after receiving a call about a shooting at the home that also left a neighbor wounded. When investigators arrived they found Whitney Murphy dead from a single gunshot wound to the head.At the time, investigators believed the 26-year-old had come home and interrupted an armed robbery in progress, though nothing was missing aside from Murphy’s shotgun. Notably, court documents state, the couple’s portable safe that contained $30,000, Whitney’s purse, and other firearms were still in the house.Authorities now believe the firearm, which was never recovered, was used in the slaying.Murphy told police that he found his wife fatally shot at their home after going to wash his truck and run an errand for his boss. His boss, however, denied telling Murphy to “water the farm” that day, according to the Statesman.Court documents state investigators later found a text message Murphy sent to his wife the night of the murder telling her to come “straight home” because they were “going to have sex tonight.” According to the Idaho State Journal, Murphy’s text messages to his wife were unusual because other messages between the couple indicated that he wasn’t sexually interested in her.Murphy allegedly had shotgun residue on his hands when he was initially interviewed by police, which he at first claimed was from shooting pigeons earlier that day. But he later changed his story, saying he actually didn’t go hunting and didn’t even own a hunting license. He didn’t offer any explanation as to why the residue was found on his hand.Teen Accused of Killing Disabled Sister as Parents SleptUnder questioning, Murphy’s story continued to unravel, court documents state, and he ultimately admitted to cheating on Whitney after they had several fights. Murphy also said he struggled with depression and suicidal thoughts.Authorities allege that Murphy took out a $650,000 life insurance policy on his wife just weeks before she was murdered. The insurance company denied Murphy's claim after his death, and he then refused to pay for her funeral.Three days after his wife’s death, a relative of the 26-year-old allegedly confronted Murphy at a local store about the incident—and accused him of murder.“Maybe I did, maybe I didn’t,” Murphy allegedly told his wife’s relative, according to court documents.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
Yan committed one of the most egregious fouls in UFC history on Saturday when he kneed Sterling in the face late in the fourth round of their title fight while Sterling’s knee was on the canvas.
The transfers were related to Yuan's estate planning practices, a Zoom spokesperson said. "The distributions were made in accordance with the terms of Eric Yuan and his wife's trusts." Yuan, who is also the chief executive officer of the company, transferred roughly 40% of his stake in the company to unspecified beneficiaries, Zoom disclosed in a filing late on Friday.
Solas OLED wins patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung.
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A Wisconsin court has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Foxconn Technology Group violated terms of its contract by failing to build a manufacturing plant in southeast Wisconsin. The suit brought last month by Caledonia resident Daniel Hintz and Hintz Real Estate Development Co. said Foxconn promised to construct a Generation 10.5 LCD manufacturing facility while local governments spent hundreds of millions of dollars to prepare for the project. Foxconn did not employ local workers in manufacturing and construction “to the extent agreed” and failed to make capital investments in the county and village “to the extent agreed,” the lawsuit filed in Racine County Circuit Court said.
Juventus must overturn a first-leg deficit to avoid a shock exit at the hands of FC Porto in the Champions League. A lacklustre showing in the first leg in Portugal gives the visitors a 2-1 advantage, though the Old Lady have hope through Federico Chiesa’s away goal. The last time Porto won away from home in the Champions League knockout stages was the year they won the competition, on 2002-03.
‘Right-wing Republicans in CA are trying to recall @GavinNewsom for the crime of telling people to wear masks and for listening to scientists during Covid,’ Sanders tweeted.
The U.S. Justice Department arrested another alleged associate of the anti-government Oath Keepers militia on charges he took part in the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol, 6, and a judge granted him bail on Monday, rejecting government requests to keep him detained. According to court papers, Roberto Minuta, 36, who owns a tattoo shop in Newburgh, New York, "berated and taunted" U.S. Capitol Police while clad in military-style gear, then attacked the Capitol and disrupted Congress as it was certifying President Joe Biden's election victory. Minuta later deleted a Facebook account to "conceal his involvement in these offenses," the court papers said.
President touts progress towards gender equality in the military
100.103. Tanti sono i morti per coronavirus in Italia a poco più di un anno dall'inizio dell'emergenza Covid. Con le misure del nuovo Dpcm in vigore da pochi giorni, sui media trovano spazio le ipotesi di weekend in zona rossa, coprifuoco 'rafforzato' e un nuovo lockdown. Il triste traguardo a livello di dati, un primato europeo, è stato tagliato ieri con l'arrivo dell'ultimo bollettino con contagi e decessi nelle regioni: 13.902 i nuovi casi con un indice di positività al 7,5%, altre 318 le vittime in sole 24 ore. Tra le regioni, spiccano le cifre di Emilia Romagna (2.987 casi), Lombardia (2.301), Campania (1.644), Lazio (1.175). Un quadro che preoccupa, ha spiegato il premier Mario Draghi, assicurando che il governo farà la sua parte: "Ci troviamo di fronte ad un nuovo peggioramento dell’emergenza sanitaria - ha infatti spiegato il premier -, ognuno deve fare la propria parte per contenere la diffusione del virus. Soprattutto il governo deve fare la sua e ogni giorno deve cercare di fare di più". La pandemia, ha poi sottolineato "non è ancora sconfitta, ma con l’accelerazione del piano dei vaccini si intravede una via d’uscita non lontana". E proprio l'accelerazione del piano vaccinale anti Covid ieri è stata al centro di un incontro a Palazzo Chigi tra il commissario per l'emergenza Covid Francesco Paolo Figliuolo, il capo della Protezione Civile Fabrizio Curcio, il sottosegretario alla presidenza del Consiglio Roberto Garofoli, i ministri Maria Stella Gelmini e Roberto Speranza. Sul tavolo, hanno spiegato fonti all'Adnkronos, non ci sarebbe stata l'ipotesi di nuove strette, ma solo il potenziamento della campagna sui vaccini. Il premier Mario Draghi ha quindi incontrato i ministri della Salute e per gli Affari regionali, il Commissario straordinario per l'emergenza, il capo della Protezione Civile e l’ad di Poste Del Fante per una riunione di aggiornamento sullo stato di implementazione del piano vaccini e degli interventi di carattere logistico, si apprende da fonti di palazzo Chigi. La cabina di regia con un rappresentante per ogni forza di maggioranza dovrebbe a questo punto tenersi oggi.
Donald Trump supporters gathered outside Trump Tower in New York City on March 8, following the former president’s arrival.Footage taken by Mark Szuszkiewicz shows the crowd chanting “Trump 24” while holding a large banner, as well as a young person voicing their support for Trump.“God bless America!” the child says into a megaphone. “God bless New York! God bless our beautiful country! God bless NYPD! God bless Trump!” Credit: Mark Szuszkiewicz/@mark4ny via Storyful
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Domtar Corporation (the "Company" or "Domtar") (NYSE: UFS), announced today the termination of its previously announced cash tender offers (each, an "Offer", and collectively, the "Offers") for (i) any and all of its 4.400% Senior Notes due 2022 (the "2022 Notes") and (ii) up to a combined aggregate purchase price (including principal amount and related premium, but excluding accrued interest) of $300 million of its 6.750% Senior Notes due 2044 (the "2044 Notes") and its 6.250% Senior Notes due 2042 (the "2042 Notes" and, together with the 2022 Notes and 2044 Notes, the "Notes," and each a "series" of Notes).
It closed nearly 5% lower on the day, despite announcing a new product targeted at frontline healthcare workers. The new product is a CBD oil tincture (a tincture is the result of infusing something in a liquid). "As the CBD industry pioneer of full spectrum hemp CBD wellness products, the Company is expanding its product offerings for consumers seeking a THC-Free option," Charlotte's Web wrote in the press release trumpeting the new line.
PYX Resources Limited (NSX:PYX) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a binding Offtake Agreement with India-incorporated Microtech Zircon. Microtech Zircon is a member of Delta Tiles, a group of companies which fall under the brand name Geo Gres.