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    In this article GMThe GM logo is seen on the facade of the General Motors headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, March 16, 2021.Rebecca Cook | ReutersDETROIT – General Motors announces third-quarter earnings before the markets open Wednesday. Here's what Wall Street expects, based on average analysts' estimates compiled by Refinitiv. Adjusted EPS: 96 cents a share Revenue: $26.51 billion The third-quarter was expected to be a rougher one than the first half of the year for GM. Analysts, however, say they expect relatively solid results, despite a global shortage of semiconductor chips that has depleted vehicle inventories and shuttered plants. GM previously warned investors that its North American wholesale volumes would be down by about 200,000 units in the second half of 2021 compared with the first half, due to the parts problem.VIDEO7:3807:38GM CFO Paul Jacobson on the company's new guidanceFast MoneyThe Detroit automaker has maintained its financial guidance for the year, including adjusted earnings of between $11.5 billion and $13.5 billion, or $5.40 to $6.40 a share. It earned about $6.2 billion, or $4.21 a share, during the...
    Dear White People showrunner Jaclyn Moore explains why she wont work with Netflix again over Dave Chappelles trans jokes As Covid fears in C-suite stay high, most big companies totally support Biden vaccine mandate: CNBC survey Resistible Connecticut meets movable Massachusetts on Saturday in the worst game of this or any season of college football. Or maybe just the worst game since last Saturday, when the Huskies went to Vanderbilt and lost on a last-second field goal. Is Kenny Pickett the top quarterback in college football? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Week 4 Start Em or Sit Em: Running Backs Sports Illustrated Rapoport: Patriots release Pro Bowl CB Stephon Gilmore NFL Brandt: How a lack of home field advantage actually benefits Chargers NFL DeForest Buckner: How Colts D is preparing for Lamar Jackson-led Ravens NFL Predicting player stat lines for Week 4 NFL GameDay View NFL Burleson weighs in on Week 4 action, picks favorite toe-drag swag...
    Rapid COVID-19 tests increasingly scarce, pricey as demand from employers jumps Washington National Cathedral to mark 700K lives lost; vaccine mandates for health care workers show success in New Jersey: COVID updates OXFORD, Miss. — Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin instantly knew he'd made a mistake. Big Ten shows its power in the coaches poll Cincinnati Enquirer See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Week 4 Start Em or Sit Em: Running Backs Sports Illustrated Skip Bayless reacts to news of Malcolm Butlers Super Bowl 52 benching after argument with Matt Patricia I UNDISPUTED FOXSports Jerome Bettis: How Steelers can turn things around after 1-2 start NFL Cant Miss Play: Jonathan Taylor makes DB completely whiff on 38-yard dash NFL Cant-Miss Play: Allen improvises for 31-yard sideline strike to toe-tapping Diggs NFL Cant-Miss Play: Saquon, Sa-GONE! Barkley burns Saints for 54-yard TD NFL Cant-Miss Play: DeAndre Carter goes 101 YARDS on TD return to start second half NFL ...
    MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami/AP) — In the words of Miami Dolphins legend and Hall of Famer Jason Taylor, the Miami Dolphins “blew up the scoreboard” in the its 37-17 victory over the Falcons at Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday night. Taylor was calling the preseason game, alongside CBS4’s Steve Goldstein and Kim Bokamper. READ MORE: Man Hospitalized After Argument Ends In Gunfire In Fort Lauderdale Tua Tagovailoa #1 of the Miami Dolphins throws a pass against the Atlanta Falcons during a preseason game at Hard Rock Stadium on August 21, 2021 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa threw for 187 yards and one touchdown in one half. The Falcons rested their starters while the Dolphins’ first unit played most of the first half in the second preseason game for both teams. Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, the No. 6 overall selection in the 2021 draft, avoided a serious injury during the team’s opening drive. Head coach Brian Flores of the Miami Dolphins looks on as trainers tend to Jaylen Waddle #17 who was injured on...
    Nicolas Cage brings new bride to his premiere, more celeb couples red carpet debuts Former executives of delisted FTE Networks criminally charged with securities fraud conspiracy, sued by SEC After catching our breath during the All-Star break, we need to return to the grind of fantasy baseball today. And the lull in action gave us a great chance to assess the waiver wire without players constantly being added or removed. This week’s list of potential gems includes many youngsters who could take off in the second half and a few veterans who have been better than expected this year. Andrew Vaughn (1B/OF, 32 percent rostered) A popular late-round sleeper during draft season, Vaughn got off to a nondescript start and quickly became waiver-wire fodder in most mixed leagues. But the elite prospect has found his footing in July (1.051 OPS), reducing his strikeout rate and reminding everyone why the White Sox were so aggressive in promoting him to the Majors. Alex Kirilloff (1B/OF, 32 percent) Kirilloff has been steady but unspectacular during his debut season, hitting .278 or better...
    Best kitchen appliance deals: Amazon Prime Day 2021 14 things real estate agents dont want you to know PHOENIX --- The moment would have called for Suns guard Chris Paul to huddle his teammates together. Perhaps give an impassioned speech. Perhaps just compliment his teammates for a job well done. Most Comfortable Shoes: "These Shoes Are Like Walking On Clouds" Ad Microsoft Don’t Borrow From The Bank - Borrow From Yourself Ad Microsoft Refinance rates at 1.99% APR. Calculate your rate now. Ad Microsoft ...
    Childrens birthday parties may have fueled COVID spread, new study finds Birthdays linked to spread of Covid in areas with high transmission The Atlanta Hawks' improbable postseason run continued after the young upstarts went into Philadelphia and took down the 76ers to advance to their first Eastern Conference finals since 2015.  NBA rookie surprises mom with new car USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next LPGA launches women’s sports empowerment campaign Drive On USA TODAY SPORTS Finland and Denmark fans chant Christian Eriksen after players collapse USA TODAY SPORTS Why the Tokyo Olympics are different for American swimmer Ryan Lochte USA TODAY SPORTS Why MLB will crackdown on pitchers using foreign substances USA TODAY SPORTS How NASCARs Kevin Harvick has mixed up his training USA TODAY SPORTS The Last Dance and Michael Jordan reminded us of a life lesson we needed to hear USA TODAY SPORTS How a 12-team College Football Playoff would work USA TODAY SPORTS...
    Traffic deaths jump for Black Americans who couldnt afford to stay home during Covid Space agencies are learning how to make food on Mars and the moon Seth Curry had spent two nondescript seasons in the NBA before he signed with Sacramento in 2015. Can the Sixers rely on Joel Embiid to play through his knee injury? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Why the Tokyo Olympics are different for American swimmer Ryan Lochte USA TODAY SPORTS Why MLB will crackdown on pitchers using foreign substances USA TODAY SPORTS How NASCARs Kevin Harvick has mixed up his training USA TODAY SPORTS The Last Dance and Michael Jordan reminded us of a life lesson we needed to hear USA TODAY SPORTS How a 12-team College Football Playoff would work USA TODAY SPORTS Schembechler son, players say coach knew of abuse USA TODAY SPORTS Eli Hall on why this will be the most prolific Olympic Games yet USA...
    At first coronavirus briefing, White House acknowledges vaccinations will take months 3 teens arrested in mysterious arson that killed 5 members of Senegalese family After 22 game postponements so far, the NBA has rescheduled some games for the first half, and moved some second-half games up The NBA’s initial plan for the 2020-21 season was to handle all make-up games from COVID-19 postponements in the second half. But that’s no longer the case. With 22 COVID-19 postponements as of Wednesday afternoon, the second half looked to have a lot of schedule crunch from rescheduled games. So the league announced that they’re now trying to fit some reschedulings in during the first half, and also moving some second-half games up to the first half. Here’s that news, via Marc Stein of The New York Times: © Provided by Awful Announcing The NBA logo. The NBA is planning to reschedule some of its postponed games in the first half of the schedule rather than overloading the second half and has announced the first schedule tweaks: pic.twitter.com/VntbkfFf5g — Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) January 27,...
    Health care workers raise alarms as COVID-19 cases surge Trump takes his fraud claims to a hotel ballroom — by phone Ranking the best QBs in college football through Week 12 of the 2020 season: Kyle Trask eyes SEC records Look to the SEC for evidence of college football's offensive evolution. In 2009, the conference had just one quarterback average more than 220 passing yards per game. So far this season, the league has three passers averaging more than 337 yards per game. Ohio State holds off Indiana to stay towards the top of the Amway Coaches Poll USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Albion College Promise Scholarship WXMI Grand Rapids, MI Former Alief Taylor HS football player shot to death ABC 13 Houston USC Player Tests Positive For COVID-19 CBS Los Angeles Texas State football player Khambrail Winters killed in San Marcos shooting KVUE-TV Austin Ducks-Beavers football rivalry game will no longer be referred to as the Civil War...
    Getty Lamar Jackson meets with Baker Mayfield after a game in 2019. The Baltimore Ravens have enjoyed a decent start to the 2020 season, and no matter how good they might be trending this year, there are some mammoth games remaining on their schedule that could determine the outcome of the year. While the Ravens are poised to head into a Week 7 bye with a decent amount of momentum built up, they have some battles which will shape where they go not only in the AFC playoff picture but in the overall conversation in terms of NFL contenders. So what games will have the most pressure for the Ravens down the stretch? Here’s a look at breaking them down. Pittsburgh Steelers (Week 8) The Ravens and Steelers have not yet renewed their hard-hitting rivalry in 2020, and this game figures to be very significant in playing a role in who wins the NFC North. Baltimore has come out ahead in close battles the last few years but the Steelers are looking very much improved this season. If...
    On October 15, Governor Jared Polis finally joined friends and family of Stephen Brackett over Zoom to announce the Flobots and Youth on Record co-founder would be the State of Colorado’s second music ambassador. The event was originally scheduled for mid-March, but COVID-19 closures shut down that plan, and the announcement was postponed. Nonetheless, Brackett has already been busy at work, leading music-education workshops in person and developing a statewide virtual curriculum. More than half a year after he assumed the post — with live music all but shut down by the pandemic, a majority of venues facing closure, and music-education programs long slashed by budget cuts, Brackett’s ingenuity as music ambassador is definitely being put to the test. Related Stories The Flobots' Stephen Brackett Joins Youth on Record Staff Three Albums Later, the Flobots Have Perfected Protest Songwriting My Youth on Record: Interrupted Is a Podcast for Creatives During COVID-19 During the announcement ceremony, Polis noted the gravity of this particular appointment, at a time when the state's cultural industries are suffering. Between April 1 and July 31,...
    No phone, abandoned car, pleas for public help: California woman missing at Zion National Park in Utah FDA Announces Major Recall on 18 Dog Food Brands Opinion: COVID-19 didnt defeat the Tennessee Titans, and neither has any NFL team yet Whether the Tennessee Titans deserved empathy or indignation these past weeks, neither could have changed how brutal their experience has been. NFL home-field advantage tracker: What is was like to be at AT&T Stadium for Dak Prescotts injury Saints Wire See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next New York Jets Release Running Back LeVeon Bell CBS New York State Senate GOP Blames Dems For Floyd Riots CBS Minnesota Vegas police, Strip properties work together to tackle violence KTNV Las Vegas, NV Eagles fans allowed back in stands, Philly changes COVID-19 gathering limits ABC 6 Philadelphia Kimmi Chexs Top 3 fantasy waiver-wire targets for Week 6 NFL Vrabel, Tannehill credit Titans for Week 5 preparedness NFL Every catch from A.J. Brown vs....
    FBI says Virginia Gov. Northam was also targeted in plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Whitmer This Grocery Store Chain is Bouncing Back After Declaring Bankruptcy Washington QB Alex Smith didnt want to scare the hell out of Dak Prescott after Cowboys QBs ankle injury Like everyone else around the NFL, Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith saw the gruesome ankle injury Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered on Sunday. Cowboys, Giants recount Dak Prescott’s devastating injury USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Judy Battista previews topics of discussion for Fall League Meeting NFL Pelissero: Between 8,000-9,000 fans expected to attend Bills-Titans NFL Eagles fans wait for citys decisions on gatherings ABC 6 Philadelphia Peta Murgatroyd ‘Had to Run to Therapy’ for Neck Injury After ‘DWTS US Weekly Brees or Herbert: Who are you taking for the rest of the 2020 NFL season? SMG Michael Irvin: 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo Definitely Not Healthy RADIO.COM Schrager: Chargers got...
    New Yorks Roosevelt Hotel to close after nearly 100 years due to the pandemic The best drive-thru restaurants in the USA 32 things we learned from Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season The 32 things we learned from Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season: Early NFL headlines: Raiders stun the Chiefs in a AFC West matchup Touchdown Wire See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Falcons fire HC Dan Quinn, GM Thomas Dimitroff after 0-5 start NFL Atlanta Falcons fire head coach Dan Quinn, GM Thomas Dimitroff SMG Adam Gase now has more double-digit losses than he does total wins SMG Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott speaks on returning to Mississippi State for ProCamp The Clarion-Ledger (Jackson) Vote for Yarnells Sweetest Play of the Week for week 6 of the Friday Night Blitz! KTHV-TV Little Rock It Sucks ... I Cant Imagine: Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott on Dak Prescott Injury RADIO.COM The worst division in the NFL: Who will win the...
    Ky. lawmaker back on protest line after arrest An angry woman wrecked the wine display at a supermarket after being asked to follow COVID-19 one-way system Jaylen Brown blew a kiss to the Miami Heat bench during the Celtics big run The Boston Celtics fought for their playoff lives in the second half of their 121-108 win in game 5 against the Miami Heat. © Provided by For The Win They fell down big in the first half, but managed to get loose offensively in the second half and it was all thanks to Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. They put the Heat away. The two Jays combined for 59 of the Celtics points in the win. Brown, himself, had 28 and went on a crucial 6-0 run in the fourth quarter to stave off the Heat one last time as they tried to mount a comeback. He hit back-to-back 3-pointers that caught nothing but net. He sent them home with his shots and he absolutely knew it. After the second one, he blew Heat a goodbye kiss for...
    There are millions of ways to win a fantasy football league. Hence the millions of internet experts instructing you how to do so. Trust us. Losing a fantasy football league is much easier. And quicker. All you have to do is draft big name stars way too early, when their value is long past their expiration date. How can we stop fantasy folks from such folly? Perhaps if we had a poster child? An example of a player who will be drafted ridiculously early at your draft? Our first thought was obvious: Quarterbacks! Clearly Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson were the type of QBs who you should refrain from drafting, as their second-round price is just too high. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, left, meets with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson following an NFL football game in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga) But frankly, the quarterbacks for the Chiefs and Ravens are just too talented to be treated as roster excess. They will be drafted way too high in your draft, but they will...
    The second quarter was a dramatic one for U.S. stocks — the S&P 500 had its best quarter since 1998. But many of the best performers were really bounce backs from the doldrums of March, when the market hit bottom during the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Some stocks are still down for 2020, but there were also some “real” winners — ones that were up significantly in the quarter and the first half of the year. Below are lists of stocks that rose the most during the second quarter. • The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.84% climbed 17.8% in the second quarter, but was down 9.6% for the first half of 2020. (All gains and losses in this article exclude dividends.) • The S&P 500 SPX, +1.54% added 20% in the second quarter, and ended Tuesday down 4% for 2020. • The Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, +1.87% soared 30.6% during the second quarter and is now up 12.1% for 2020. There are still hundreds of large-cap U.S. stocks with double-digit declines for the year. To lift the sagging...
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