The Earth Is Getting Much Brighter, Which May Not Be Good

The earth is losing its night. As new, more efficient, and cheaper artificial lighting becomes more available, people tend to offset the savings by using more light. Half of Europe ...
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Icahn Takes 13.5% Stake in SandRidge, Calls Bonanza Acquisition ‘Nonsensical’

SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE: SD) emerged from an $8.3 billion bankruptcy in October 2016 while Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. (NYSE: BCEI) emerged in April after clearing up about $1.4 billion ...
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Most Major Retail Stocks Sell Off The Month Before Black Friday

Traditional retail stocks did  not get a break in the month which ended Thanksgiving. There was no renewed optimism they can successfully battle e-commerce this holiday season. The fact among ...
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Postal Service Expects To Deliver 15 Billion Pieces Of Mail Over Holidays

The deeply troubled United States Postal Service will do brisk business over the holidays, despite companies which including Fedex (NYSE: FDX) and UPS (NYSE: UPS) constantly stealing its customers. The ...
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Thanksgiving Online Spending Tops $1 Billion

According to research from Adobe, every day in November Americans have spent more than $1 billion online. Thanksgiving extended that record The software company tracks daily e-commerce sales: Based on ...
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Rovio Shares Drop 20% On Bad Earnings

Rovio shares are down 20% in trading on the Nasdaq Helsinki. They fell to 9.57 euros. The figure is an all time low for the company which recently completed its ...
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Eurozone Growth Reaches Multiyear High

Just as the U.S. economy has hit long and rapid strides in employment, consumer confidence, and GDP growth, the Eurozone has followed suit. According to new data from IHS Markit, ...
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Tesla Burns Through Half a Million Dollars an Hour

As Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) ramps production of its Model 3 sedan, the company is burning through cash at a rate of about $1 billion per quarter. A report at ...
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BMW to Recall Every i3 Electric Vehicle Sold in the US

German automaker BMW is recalling every one of the 29,383 i3 electric vehicles it has sold in the U.S. and has told dealers to stop sales of the 1,159 currently ...
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Cobalt Price May Be Key To Electric Vehicle Growth

Sales of electric cars have surged in most developed economies around the world and are expected to be well into the billions per year by the end of the decade. ...
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Hyundai Kia Sales Slip Sharply In November

While car sales in the U.S. were fundamentally flat across the industry in November, sales of South Korean brands Hyundai and Kia fell sharply. It continues a tough year for ...
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States With The Fastest and Slowest Growing Economies

The United States economy has been in a period of encouraging, consistent growth for several years now. U.S. GDP has now increased uninterrupted for 14 straight quarters. The stock market ...
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Biggest Christmas Tree in Every State

The lighting of the Christmas, or holiday, tree is one of the most anticipated and festive events for communities across the nation. Outside of parades honoring veterans or fireworks displays ...
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38 Artists With the Most Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency, and overall excellence in the recording industry. The awards recognize the talent of musicians in many genres, including pop, rock, R&B, jazz, ...
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Biggest One-Hit Wonders

Having a song chart on the American Top 40 is a dream for musicians around the globe. Many artists often have just one great song within them, or at least ...
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