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Joe Burrow's finger was massive.
The Ravens didn't want to go to overtime at Pittsburgh.
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks fell as investors weighed uncertainties about the omicron variant and looked to U.S. inflation data amid the Federal Reserve’s hawkish tilt. Treasuries pared some of Friday’s rally.Most Read from BloombergThe Hot New Trend For Hedge Funds Is—Finally—Female FoundersAutomating the War on Noise Pollution‘Ghost Signs’ Haunt London’s Reviving NeighborhoodsEquity benchmarks dropped in Japan, South Korea and Australia. S&P 500 futures rose, while Nasdaq 100 contracts slipped
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The scientist, one of the creators of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, warned that another pandemic could be more contagious and deadly than Covid.
Reported move triggers backlash from lawyers, with one senior QC quoted as saying the prime minister is seeking a ‘more compliant judiciary’
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Asian share markets got off to a cautious start on Monday as Omicron emerged in more countries and investors faced a week-long wait for key U.S. inflation figures that could settle the course of interest rates. A mixed U.S. jobs report did little to shake market expectations of a more aggressive tightening by the Federal Reserve and the consumer price report due on Friday was likely to make the case for an early tapering. Omicron remained a concern as the variant spread to about one-third of U.S. states, though there were reports from South Africa that cases there had mild symptoms.
With Spider-Man: No Way Home premiering on Dec. 17, it's just the start of Zendaya's inspired press tour looks for the third film of the franchise, dreamed up and brought to fruition with the help of Image Architect Law Roach. The duo worked with the Roberto Cavalli team to repurpose a gold spine-like gown from the 2000s archives for an appearance in Paris, and now they've selected a spring/summer 2022 Alexander McQueen look straight off the runway for a photo call at The Old Sessions House in London. Scroll to see Zendaya and Tom with fellow actor Jacob Batalon, then zoom in on Zendaya's McQueen separates, specifically the spliced heel on those shoes.
Shares of CRISPR Therapeutics (NASDAQ: CRSP) sank 12.5% in November, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. The biotech company published better-than-expected third-quarter earnings in the month and provided an update on its product pipeline, but its stock sold off amid bearish momentum for the broader market. Catalysts weighing on the stock market last month included rising Treasury bond yields, ongoing supply-chain issues, and the threat that the emergence of the omicron coronavirus variant would create additional economic disruptions.
Incumbent president Adama Barrow wins by significant margin in test of democratic stability after decades of Yahya Jammeh’s rule
C.J. Mosley felt the disrespect when the Philadelphia Eagles didn't shake hands at midfield during the pregame coin toss. The New York Jets linebacker saw it when he said Fletcher Cox laughed at Robert Saleh as the coach argued with officials about a call. “At the end of the day, it's all about respect,” Mosley said after a 33-18 loss Sunday.
Image Source: Getty / Georges De Keerle / Max Mumby/Indigo Prince William just shared a special memory of his late mother, Princess Diana, that'll make you go, "Aww!" In an episode of Apple Fitness+'s Time to Walk series, which airs on Dec.
HANGZHOU, China, December 06, 2021--Alibaba Group today announced that Toby Xu, Deputy Chief Financial Officer, will succeed Maggie Wu as the company's CFO, effective April 1, 2022.
Santa is back to “sleighing” it on the slopes
The Chargers and Bengals had plenty of boom plays, and a bunch of mistakes too, in their Week 13 clash. Scott Pianowski examines fantasy's winners and losers.
Joe Mixon's first fumble in a long time was a costly one — just one small slice of a rough day for the Cincinnati Bengals. Joe Burrow threw two interceptions, lost a fumble and was sacked six times during Cincinnati's 41-22 loss to Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. Mixon totaled just 54 yards on the ground against one of the NFL's worst run defenses.
Chinese artificial intelligence startup SenseTime Group is looking to raise up to $767 million in its Hong Kong initial public offering, according to a term sheet seen by Reuters. The deal launched on Monday for the company to sell 1.5 billion primary shares within a price range of HK$3.85 to HK$3.99 each, the term sheet said. SenseTime's shares are due to price on Friday and start trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Dec. 17.
Shoppers were escorted from a mall in Jacksonville, Florida, on December 5, following reports of an active shooter situation at the complex.The Clay County Sheriff’s Office received a call about an active shooter at the mall on Sunday, but after responding to the scene discovered no evidence of a shooting, First Coast News reported.The sheriff’s office reported at around 6 pm that while there was no indication of shots being fired, the investigation was still active.This video posted to Facebook by Javon Maule shows a large police response outside the mall as people leave the scene. Credit: Javon Maule via Storyful