Does anybody care about sharing airtime with a guy who said "nothing" existed in America before white colonizers arrived?
Shares of Heron Therapeutics (NASDAQ: HRTX) were jumping 7.3% as of 3:08 p.m. EDT on Monday after rising as much as 13% earlier in the day. Heron announced Q1 revenue of $20 million, down 21% year over year. The average analysts' estimate projected Q1 revenue of $25.7 million and a loss of $0.57 per share.
Tim Tebow and Urban Meyer are apparently getting back together, this time in the NFL. The former Florida star and 2007 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback is expected to team up with his college coach by signing a one-year contract to play for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the NFL Network reported Monday. The 33-year-old Tebow would be returning to the NFL after four years (2016-19) in the New York Mets’ organization and he’d be playing for Meyer for the first time since his senior year in 2009.
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Ameriprise Financial (NYSE: AMP) today announced it has again received high marks in an annual customer satisfaction survey conducted by independent research and benchmarking firm Hearts & Wallets. Survey participants named Ameriprise a top performer in key categories, with clients saying the company is "unbiased," puts their "interests first," and offers investment ideas that are "knowledgeable, timely and tactical."1 The 2021 "Wants & Pricing Report" is based on Hearts & Wallets’ survey of nearly 6,000 U.S. households who provided detailed feedback on their experience with financial firms.
I funded my retirement with a gap year: 12 solid months without fine dining, socializing, or vacationing, during which I focused only on accumulating a solid base of retirement cash.
The Texas Longhorns found a way to cool down TCU and make sure the Big 12 Conference race goes down to the final weekend. The Longhorns (38-12, 15-6 Big 12) closed out the series win with a 9-3 victory Sunday in a showdown of top 10 teams at TCU. David Pierce's team delivered in a series that the Texas coach presented as “truly an opportunity to play in a super regional setting and face the challenges going in on the road and seeing what we're made of.”
Tom Cruise has joined those criticising the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Prosecutors allege man bought a Ferrari, a Lamborghini and a Bentley
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus. When a new monoclonal antibody drug was added to treatments being given to hospitalized COVID-19 patients who were still breathing on their own, the drug - lenzilumab from Humanigen Inc - significantly improved their odds of not needing invasive mechanical ventilation, researchers found. The 540 patients in the randomized trial were already receiving a variety of standard treatments.
No boasting, no gloating, Boris somehow remains on topic. Perhaps stunned by the fact that things were finally going OK, PM didn’t even bother to make fun of Labour’s troubles
A key social distancing measure could be ditched from 21 June, the prime minister has said - while he hinted the government may not proceed with the introduction of COVID "passports" domestically. Boris Johnson on Monday confirmed England would move to step three of his roadmap for easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions in a week's time, on 17 May. This will see pubs and restaurants able to serve people indoors again, while people will be able to hug friends and family again - albeit the government has urged caution.
Scott Bauer, Prosper Trading Academy CEO, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss impacts from one of America's largest pipelines shutting down after being hit by a cyber attack.
Amid growing pressure on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, NBC said Monday that will not air the Golden Globes in 2022. In a statement, the network said it believes the press association — which is facing possible boycotts from Netflix, Warner Bros. and many Hollywood stars — is committed to reform. “However, change of this magnitude takes time and work, and we feel strongly that the HFPA needs time to do it right,” the network said.
The Golden Globe's governing body has been under fire for several controversies, including not having any Black members
(Bloomberg) -- Iron ore futures surged more than 10% and copper extended its record run amid increasing bets they’ll be among the biggest winners from a commodities boom that’s stoking concerns about inflation around the world.While analysts struggled to pinpoint a trigger for Monday’s gains in iron ore, they cited several trends including optimism that central banks will retain supportive policies even as the global economy recovers. Expectations China will tighten environmental rules have added to the bull case for copper -- seen as vital to the green energy transition -- and fueled speculation that steelmakers may front-load iron ore purchases before new curbs kick in.The gains add to a more than yearlong surge in raw-materials prices that’s shifted into overdrive in recent weeks, with the Bloomberg Commodity Spot Index rising for 14 of the past 15 days to the highest level in almost a decade. Metals including copper pared advances later in Monday’s session as dollar losses ebbed and U.S. Treasury yields advanced.A “Goldilocks scenario” may be forming as strengthening global growth combines with restrained wage pressures and a dovish Federal Reserve, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. commodities analysts said in a May 7 report, the same day weak U.S. jobs figures added to the case for more stimulus. The risk for bulls -- and anyone betting on buoyant returns from stocks and bonds -- is that the surge in raw materials feeds through to broader measures of inflation and eventually forces central banks to tighten.For copper, the long-term outlook is also being bolstered by a likely surge in demand as governments target huge investments in renewables and electric-vehicle infrastructure. While copper’s last march to record highs in 2011 was driven by China’s economic boom, analysts expect this rally to be supported by a much broader rise in metals usage.”We’re in a new world,” Jeffrey Currie, global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs, said in a Bloomberg TV interview. “We’re seeing a much more balanced growth between the U.S, Europe and China.”The iron ore sector “is very, very hot,” Vivek Dhar, commodities analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in Bloomberg Television interview. “Supply is still not able to meet that strong demand.”Iron ore futures in Singapore jumped to a record above $226 a ton. Contracts in Dalian rose by the daily limit when the market opened.Copper, often viewed as a barometer of the global economy’s health, rose as much as 3.2% to a record $10,747.50 a ton on the London Metal Exchange, before erasing gains and settling 0.3% lower at $10,382. Aluminum slipped 0.4% after climbed as much as 2.5%.“Looks like there’s some profit-taking going on in copper and other metals after the big surge,” said Wenyu Yao, senior commodities strategist at ING Bank.Still, “there’s still quite a lot of room to go,” Evy Hambro, global head of thematic investing at BlackRock Inc., said on Bloomberg Television. “What we’re really doing is we’re testing the upper ranges of commodity markets to work out what the new price range is going to be.”There were fresh jitters on the supply side as China’s major copper smelters vowed to reduce purchases of mined concentrate this year as the country seeks to curb carbon emissions. While that could ease strains on mine supply, the smelters will need to boost scrap purchases to avoid a slump in production of refined metal.“It’s notable that the smelters don’t imply a cut to output,” Morgan Stanley analysts Susan Bates and Marius van Straaten said in an emailed note. “They appear comfortable that they can make up the reduction in concentrate purchases with a lift in the use of copper in other forms.”The iron-ore boom comes as China’s steelmakers keep output rates above 1 billion tons a year, despite a swath of production curbs aimed at reducing carbon emissions and reining in supply. Those measures have boosted steel prices and profitability at mills, allowing them to better accommodate higher iron ore costs and potentially front-load output ahead of more environmental restrictions.Steelmakers in the rest of the world, such as ArcelorMittal SA, are also enjoying a boom as demand bounces back from pandemic lows.“There is a chance that ex-China demand can come back to such an extent that we still see steel demand pick up globally and that will see iron ore demand remain at these elevated levels,” CBA’s Dhar said.Traders will be watching closely for how China responds. Shipmakers and household-goods manufacturers will eventually be unable to withstand elevated steel prices, the country’s state-run Xinhua News Agency reported on Sunday, citing analysis from the China Iron & Steel Association. The report said it would be difficult for steel to continue rallying.The government has scheduled nationwide inspections on steel-capacity cuts, with the National Development and Reform Commission calling on the state asset regulator and provincial level working groups to complete self-checks by May 15. Authorities will conduct on-site inspections in June and July, according to a statement Monday.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
The two students were rescued this weekend after taking a homemade contraption out to sea that may have been part of a school project, officials said
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Guidehouse, a leading consultancy and solutions provider to the public and commercial sectors, has announced a new global headquarters operation at Tysons Corner in Fairfax County. The company is investing $12.7 million to establish the state-of-the-art location. Guidehouse will create more than 1,000 new Virginia jobs over the next three years, and the site will house more than 1,500 employees following its opening later this year.