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    In this article NVDAJen-Hsun Huang, president and chief executive officer of Nvidia Corp., speaks during the company's event at Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles on Oct. 21, 2019.Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesNvidia reported second quarter earnings that missed Wall Street expectations for revenue and earnings per share. The report is in line with Nvidia's preliminary earnings two weeks ago. The chipmaker warned that it would miss Wall Street estimates and that growth had slowed significantly because of disappointing gaming sales driven by macroeconomic conditions. It also warned its gross margin would drop. Nvidia missed on revenue but Refinitiv estimates didn't change after the company warned on guidance and said it expected to report $6.7 billion in the quarter. Nvidia stock was flat in extended trading. Here's how Nvidia did versus Refinitiv consensus estimates: EPS: $0.51, adjusted, versus $1.26 expected Revenue: $6.7 billion versus $8.10 billion expected The chipmaker said it expected $5.9 billion in sales in its fiscal third quarter, versus Refinitiv consensus estimates of $6.95 billion. Nvidia's gaming department revenue...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Monday it would review a challenge to a California law that set certain conditions for pork sold in the state. The case stems from a 2018 ballot measure where California voters approved the nation’s toughest living space standards for breeding pigs. Two agricultural associations challenging the law say almost no farms satisfy those conditions. They say the “massive costs of complying” with the law will “fall almost exclusively on out-of-state farmers” and that the costs will be passed on to consumers nationwide. The law had a Jan. 1 effective date, but California is currently allowing the continued sale of pork processed under the old rules. The groups challenging the law are the National Pork Producers Council and the American Farm Bureau Federation. The case is expected to be argued after the court begins its new term in October. © Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
    WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court said Monday it would review a challenge to a California law that set certain conditions for pork sold in the state.The case stems from a 2018 ballot measure where California voters approved the nation's toughest living space standards for breeding pigs. Two agricultural associations challenging the law say almost no farms satisfy those conditions. They say the "massive costs of complying" with the law will "fall almost exclusively on out-of-state farmers" and that the costs will be passed on to consumers nationwide.The law had a Jan. 1 effective date, but California is currently allowing the continued sale of pork processed under the old rules.The groups challenging the law are the National Pork Producers Council and the American Farm Bureau Federation. The case is expected to be argued after the court begins its new term in October.
    PLUMAS COUNTY (CBS SF/AP) — Fire crews continued to struggle with difficult weather conditions overnight as the Dixie Fire grew to over 510,000 acres nearly a month after it was first sparked. The Dixie Fire — which started July 13 and is the largest wildfire burning in the nation — continues to threaten a dozen small communities in the northern Sierra Nevada, even as the fire’s southern end was mostly corralled by fire lines. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You Get Another Relief Payment? According to the latest Cal Fire update, the blaze has burned 510,227 acres (over 797 square miles) and stands at 30% containment. Over 1,100 structures have been destroyed. Many of those structures were homes in the nearly obliterated town of Greenville that the fire swept through last week. The fire has extended across four Northern California counties: Plumas, Butte, Lassen and Tehama counties. In the western zone of the fire, overnight temperatures stayed warm with minimal relative humidity recovery while an inversion kept smoke over the fire with pockets of clear sky. Cal Fire...
    In Saint-Helier, off the coast of the British island of Jersey, in 2017. OLI SCARFF / AFP Brexit post-conversation In fishing Conflict between France and the United Kingdom is evident after arrangements were made by London on Friday regarding fishing areas and conditions in the Channel Islands. “If new requirements for the maritime zone are added to the fishing gear licenses, they will remain null and void, although they have not been notified to the European Commission.”, Monday (May 3) the Ministry of Maritime Agency told France-Press (AFP). He recalled his connection “Strict compliance with the contract” Fishing talks as part of Brexit: “If the United Kingdom wants to introduce new rules, it must notify the European Commission, which allows us to engage in dialogue later. At this point, we have discovered these new technological measures that do not apply to our fishermen.” Encryption: Brexit: Fisheries controversy stifles talks between London and Brussels The European Commission will contact London As for Jersey Waters, the United Kingdom on Friday released a list of 41 vessels equipped with the “Ship Monitoring...
    Yandex, Russia’s multi-hyphenate internet giant, began testing its autonomous cars on Moscow’s icy winter roads over three years ago. The goal was to create a “universal” self-driving vehicle that could safely maneuver around different cities across the globe. Now, Yandex says its trials have been a resounding success. The vehicles recently hit a major milestone by driving over 10 million kilometers (over six million miles) in autonomous mode, with the majority of the distance traveled in the Russian capital.  That’s significant because Moscow poses some of the most difficult weather conditions in the world. In January alone, the city was hit by a Balkan cyclone that blanketed the streets in snow and caused temperatures to plummet to as low as minus 25 degrees Celsius (-13 degrees Fahrenheit). For self-driving cars — which rely on light-emitting sensors, known as LIDAR, to track the distance between objects — snowfall and condensation can play havoc with visibility. Yandex To overcome the hazardous conditions, Yandex says it cranked up its LIDAR performance by implementing neural networks to filter snow from the lidar point...
    COUNTRYFILE'S Helen Skelton was forced to abandon a segment after being blasted by snow on a 'very challenging' location. Sunday's episode of the BBC One show saw Helen, 37, travel to Crompton Moor in the South Pennines. 6Helen Skelton had to cut a Countryfile segment short due to the freezing snowy conditions Helen spoke to Trish Justin about the history of the Moor and how it had survived despite being covered in peatland. While the ecosystem had been decimated by the local cotton industry in the past, it was now making a comeback in 2021. However, the extremely snowy weather conditions made it difficult for Trish to show Helen the moss which had been replanted. Despite both being wrapped up in thermal coats, boots and woolly hats and scarves, the weather was not on their side as they continued to be hammered by snow and icy winds. 6On Sunday's show, Helen was in the South Pennines 6The presenter spoke to Trish Justin about a unique ecosystem on the moor 6However, the women were battered by snow and...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Windy conditions on Saturday proved challenging for outdoor dining at Chicago restaurants. As CBS 2’s Steven Graves reported, some workers were left cleaning up damage at Halsted and Randolph streets in the West Loop. A tent was reduced to a mangled frame, while street signs were blown over. The tent belonged to ROOH Chicago, 736 W. Randolph St. The owner tried to clean it all up after it collapsed despite having sandbags as a safeguard. Other places had plant pots blown over. MORE FROM CBS CHICAGO Stimulus Package Update: What Happens To The Economy Without A Second Stimulus? Man Shot While Accompanying DoorDash Driver Says Company Showed No Concern Remote Learning Makes Abuse Harder To Spot, Says Chicago Public Schools CEO Many people put items in bigger industrial dining tents, and those stayed anchored in place. But that did not mean business was blowing in. “It’s definitely been challenging for especially our older clientele who aren’t comfortable dining inside,” said Will Rogosin, a server at ROOH. “A lot of them decided...
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