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    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Wednesday: S&P Global Inc., down $17.47 to $332.01. The financial data provider says it may not achieve its financial targets because of deteriorating economic conditions. Victoria’s Secret & Co., up $3.68 to $44.89. The lingerie retailer’s quarterly earnings easily beat analyst forecasts. Salesforce.com Inc., up $15.83 to $176.07. The maker of cloud-based customer relationship management software raised its profit forecast for the year. HP Inc., up $1.50 to $40.34. The maker of printers and other electronics reported higher quarterly profits than Wall Street anticipated. Digital Turbine Inc., down $5.75 to $19.68. The software maker’s quarterly sales were much lower than analysts expected, and its outlook disappointed investors. Ambarella Inc., down $1.81 to $83.41. The semiconductor design company’s sales and profit forecast was well below what Wall Street expected due to lockdowns in China. Bark Inc., down 32 cents to $2.18. The subscription-based seller of toys and snacks for dogs forecast a full-year loss double what analysts were expecting. ...
    GUNFIRE erupted outside a nuke weapons-maker plant, leaving one dead as police lock down the facility. The shooting unfolded at the front gates of the Lockheed Martin plant in White Settlement, Texas, early Thursday morning. 1One person is dead following a shooting outside the Lockheed Martin plant in TexasCredit: White Settlement Police Department The facility is near the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base on the west side of Fort Worth. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    MICROSOFT is buying video game publisher Activision for a staggering $68.7billion. Activision is famous for publishing the Call of Duty franchise. 1Some major games will be coming to Xbox Games PassCredit: Microsoft It's also behind World of War Craft and Diablo. The purchase is Microsoft's biggest purchase to date. The deal means many of Activision’s games will be added to to Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft’s CEO of gaming Phil Spencer said: "Upon close, we will offer as many Activision Blizzard games as we can within Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass, both new titles and games from Activision Blizzard’s incredible catalog.: Most read in GamingTHE ORE YOU KNOW What level are diamonds on in Minecraft 1.18 update? What you need to knowRAID SECRETS Shock Drive Genesect debuts in Pokemon GO this week — here's how to catch itLAND AHOY Pavia metaverse guide: How to get started in the Cardano play-to-earn crypto gameGOTTA SOLVE 'EM ALL Squirdle is a Wordle-type game for die-hard Pokemon fans only Call of Duty: Vanguard & Warzone Season 1 Battle Pass trailer More to follow......
    VIDEO1:0301:03U.S. stocks point to gains after market openMorning Report Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Affirm (AFRM) – Affirm rocketed 41.2% in premarket trading after the digital payments specialist announced a partnership with Amazon.com (AMZN) that will allow Amazon customers to pay over time for purchases of $50 or more. Moderna (MRNA) – Moderna fell 2.7% in the premarket after 1 million more Covid-19 vaccine doses were pulled from circulation in Japan on contamination concerns. An initial withdrawal of 1.63 million doses had taken place last week after foreign substances were found in some batches, with contamination now linked to two deaths. Spain's Rovi, which bottles the vaccines for markets outside the U.S., said it is investigating the issue. Globalstar (GSAT) – The satellite services provider soared 41.3% higher in premarket action following a report in AppleInsider that the iPhone 13 will have the ability to utilize satellite communications. Li Auto (LI) – Li Auto reported a smaller-than-expected loss and revenue that exceeded analysts' forecasts for its latest quarter. The China-based electric vehicle maker...
    Nike is suing the maker of pop star Lil Nas X’s limited edition sneaker line known as “Satan Shoes,” alleging the maker violated copyright laws by customizing Nike Air Max 97 shoes without permission. The lawsuit, which was filed Monday in a New York federal court, prompted a humorous response from Lil Nas X, who has been fending off mounting accusations that he is glorifying Satan with the sneaker line and his new music video that shows the singer giving the devil a lap dance. (Lil Nas X isn’t a defendant in the case). me after the nike lawsuit pic.twitter.com/XVLjHlSrru — nope ???? (@LilNasX) March 29, 2021 Nike is suing MSCH Product Studio for customizing the Nike Air Max 97 without the company’s “approval or authorization.” In the complaint, Nike said the “Satan Shoe” is “likely to cause confusion and dilution,” adding that consumers already assuming incorrectly that Nike is behind the project. Nike is suing MSCHF for their Satan Shoes that dropped today. Below is their case filing with some of the complaints: pic.twitter.com/5mwmptK4pW — Mohak (@themacint0sh) March 29, 2021...
    Simon Cowell is considering suing the e-bike company that sold him the high-powered two-wheeler he was almost killed riding, according to a new report. A former employee of the company Swind — which manufactures the EB-01 bike Cowell was flung from in August — claims the “America’s Got Talent” star is now weighing legal action that could seek up to $10 million in damages, The Sun reported. Cowell broke his back in three places while riding the $20,000 bike outside his Malibu mansion. He underwent a six-hour surgery to repair his spine, and doctors inserted a metal rod into his back. The Swind whistleblower claims the injuries could have been avoided. “That thing is a death trap and should never have been sold to Simon without him being taught how to use it,” The Sun source reportedly said. “I said to my boss, ‘Are you showing Simon how to use this?’ He said he was just dropping it off and I said, ‘Are you serious?’” The bike can reach speeds up to 60 mph, closer to a motorcycle than...
    Getty Chicago Bears kickoff returner Cordarrelle Patterson may soon see his role expanding. Could Chicago Bears wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson be switching to running back? The versatile play-maker has been spending a good portion of his time working with the team’s running basks, NFL Insider Mike Garafolo said on Training Camp Live Friday afternoon. From Inside Training Camp Live on the day our new @vineyardvines @nflnetwork camp polos arrived: In addition to Eddie Jackson at WR, Cordarrelle Patterson in RB meetings has it sounding like Matt Nagy's #Bears offense could be extremely versatile this year. pic.twitter.com/yaDp1AVqqT — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 14, 2020 Patterson, who has expressed interest in expanding his repertoire before, may finally get the chance to show what he’s got as a rusher, because apparently, head coach Matt Nagy has all kinds of plans to use him out of the backfield. Follow the Heavy on Bears Facebook page, where you can keep up and weigh in on all the latest Bears-related breaking news, rumors, content and more!Garafolo on Patterson, the RB: ‘He Is in With the Running...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Highly touted prospect Makur Maker verbally committed to Howard University on Friday, picking the Bison over college basketball powerhouses UCLA, Kentucky and Memphis. The five-star recruit is the highest-ranked player to commit to a Historically Black College or University since ESPN began tracking rankings in 2007. Maker is a 6-foot-11, 235-pound center who declared for the NBA draft in April before opting to consider college basketball. Maker, ranked No. 16 by ESPN, announced Friday on Twitter he was committing to Howard and coach Kenneth Blakeney. He hopes his decision opens the door for other prospects to go the HBCU route. “I need to make the HBCU movement real so that others will follow,” Maker said. “I hope I inspire guys like Mikey Williams to join me on this journey.” It goes beyond Williams. Online oddsmaker Bovada on Friday set HBCUs among the favorites to land Bronny James, son of NBA superstar LeBron James. Maker was born in Kenya and grew up in Australia before his family moved to North America. He has since played basketball in California...
    Shocking masks required sign at Arizona shop aims to shame customers You Could Pay This Surprising New Way at Restaurants Soon See the amazing highlight reel of Makur Maker, the top recruit headed to Howard 6-foot-11 big man Makur Maker, ranked 16 among all college basketball prospects in his class by ESPN, is turning down offers to go to college basketball blueblood programs like Kentucky and UCLA to attend Howard University. Maker announced his decision on Twitter, and became the highest-ranked recruit to choose a historically black college or university (HBCU) in the modern era. © Provided by For The Win ESPN reported in April that the 19-year-old, who was born in Kenya and grew up in Australia before coming to the U.S., was entering the 2020 NBA Draft. The draft has been obviously been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, and Makur has instead chosen to play for Howard – a program that definitely needs his star power. Howard went 4-29 last season after a 17-17 season the previous year. I was the 1st to announce my visit...
    Makur Maker, a five-star rated college basketball prospect who could have gone to almost any school, on Friday announced he had turned down top colleges in favor of Howard University. Maker made the shock announcement in a tweet, explaining why it was important for him to attend a Historical Black College or University in the fall rather than a school more known for elite athletics. Maker said Thursday he was choosing among Howard, UCLA, Kentucky and Memphis. MCCALLIE WON'T RETURN AS DUKE'S WOMEN'S BASKETBALL COACH “I was the 1st to announce my visit to Howard & other started to dream ‘what if’. I need to make the HBCU movement real so that others will follow. I hope I inspire guys like Mikey Williams to join me on this journey. I am committing to Howard U & coach Kenny Blakeney,” Maker tweeted. IONA'S RICK PITINO TWEETS OUT SUGGESTION TO NCAA REGARDING COLLEGE BASKETBALL SEASON “I want to thank Coach Cal and Coach KP of University of Kentucky Coach Cronin of UCLA and coach Hardaway of Memphis for considering me. It was a tough choice.” Maker...
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