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The stock appeared $95.92 above its 52-week highs and is up 4.67% for the last five trades. About 947,758 shares traded. Brown-Forman Corporation (NYSE:BF.B) has risen 11.07% since December 22, 2016 and is uptrending. The firm has "Hold" rating given on Wednesday, October 11 by SunTrust. The company was maintained on Wednesday, December 6 by Cowen & Co. Morgan Stanley cut shares of Microchip Technology from an "overweight" rating to an "equal weight" rating in a research note on Wednesday, ...
  • Pixel 2 XL speaker distortion is model's latest problem

    Pixel 2 XL speaker distortion is model's latest problem

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    The Pixel 2 XL for the 64GB storage variant is priced at Rs 56,999 while Pixel 2 XL for the 128GB variant is priced at Rs 65,999. Even the Pixel 2 XL works out a much cheaper deal than the iPhone X. As per the new prices, Google Pixel 2 XL 64GB now costs Rs 57,000 and the 128GB variant of the handset is priced at Rs 66,000. Unfortunately, this doesn't appear to solve the problem.
  • Eerie skull-shaped 'Halloween death asteroid' will return to Earth next year

    Eerie skull-shaped 'Halloween death asteroid' will return to Earth next year

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    After so many odd things this year here is one more news for you. The overall shape and features - "eyes" and "nose" - of the object looked a lot similar to that of a real human skull. It's thought the Halloween space rock may once have been a comet until the ice was boiled off over a long period of time. Although the next fly past won't be as impressive as the last, passing by about 100 times further away, astronomers are still looking forward to a second look at the skull shaped rock.
  • Nokia signs multi-year patent licence deal with Huawei, shares rise

    Nokia signs multi-year patent licence deal with Huawei, shares rise

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    Interestingly, Huawei is one of Nokia's biggest competitors in the telecom network equipment business - which is where more than 90% of Nokia's revenue comes from. "The (Huawei) ballpark (figure) could be somewhere over Euro 100 million annually", he said. Nokia developed its catalog of patents during its dominance of the mobile handset business.
  • Comprehensive Stock Analysis Of Snyder's-Lance, Inc. (LNCE)

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    The collective rating of 2.4 for Snyder's-Lance, Inc. In other Snyder's-Lance news, Director Peter P. Brubaker purchased 1,000 shares of Snyder's-Lance stock in a transaction on Friday, May 26th. Therefore 100% are positive. Snyder's-Lance Inc has a 12-month low of $31.03 and a 12-month high of $50.29. The rating was initiated by Deutsche Bank on Wednesday, February 15 with "Buy".
  • FedEx Corporation (FDX) Expects a Record Holiday Season

    FedEx Corporation (FDX) Expects a Record Holiday Season

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    Three Corner Global Investors Lp bought 603,600 shares as the company's stock declined 6.00% while stock markets rallied. Gotham Asset reported 149,627 shares. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.05 in Q3 2017. Its down 0.16, from 1.15 in 2017Q2. 82 funds opened positions while 197 raised stakes. The institutional investor held 292,663 shares of the consumer durables company at the end of 2017Q2, valued at $12.83 million, down from 364,908 at the end of the previous reported quarter.
  • INTC) — Intel Corporation (NASDAQ

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    The shares were sold at an average price of $33.69, for a total value of $2,431,508.37. Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC ) has risen 19.47% since December 21, 2016 and is uptrending. INTC's profit would be $4.02B giving it 13.83 P/E if the $0.86 EPS is correct. After $1.01 actual EPS reported by Intel Corporation for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -14.85% negative EPS growth.
  • Scientists find 'rock' solid reason why water disappeared on Mars

    Scientists find 'rock' solid reason why water disappeared on Mars

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    Doug McCuistion, the former head of Nasa's Mars programme, said in an interview with the Boston Herald that the discovery of "accessible, freely-flowing liquid water" on the Red Planet would have "massive implications both for the potential for life on that planet and sustainability of humans".
  • New Blizzard game is an FPS and could be an Overwatch sequel

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    Nowadays, it is easy for fans to spot when a new game is going to come out soon from development studios, and Blizzard is no exception. Ideally the candidate should have experience not only with cars but also with other game systems such as physics, animation and camera.
  • Facebook signs Universal Music licensing deal for music, video and more

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    In an escalation of competition with YouTube, Facebook has been flashing hundreds of millions of dollars to major record labels and music publishers so users can include songs in the videos they upload, according to Bloomberg News. The company is said to be in talks with other major labels like Sony Music Group and Warner Music Group as well for similar deals. The licensing deal covers Facebook , as well as Instagram and Oculus.
  • Apple will be merging iOS and MacOS apps in 2018

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    Apple is following in the footsteps of Microsoft and Google as it looks to have universal apps across the different devices and operating systems it offers. However, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that that all this is still not concrete and plans may change or cancel in future. Before it discontinued Windows software for smartphones, Microsoft Corp .
  • Huawei Honor 9 Lite launched, find out the details

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    The ... Inside, the Honor 9 uses the Kirin 659 SoC (which has a 2.36 GHz octa-core CPU) and will be available in both 3GB RAM ( and 32GB of internal storage) as well as 4GB RAM (and 64GB of internal storage) variants. The device features nearly all types of useful sensors such as accelerometer, ambient light sensor, magnetometer and proximity sensor. It is powered by a 3000mAh battery that's rated to deliver a talk time of up to 20 hours on 3G, and a standby time of up to 24 days - it ...
  • Facebook lowers the flags

    Facebook lowers the flags

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    This will not directly impact News Feed in the near term. Facebook will still use some other tactics it was testing: It will still use fact-checkers to determine the accuracy of articles, reduce the distribution of fake news , and send alerts to people who have shared disputed stories with extra context.
  • Winter Solstice Marks the Longest Night of The Year

    Winter Solstice Marks the Longest Night of The Year

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    It's the longest night of the year in the northern hemisphere, and the sun has officially reached its southernmost point as seen from Earth. 5 hours, 50 minutes: The difference in daylight hours between the winter and summer solstice. In fact, Earth is closer to the sun during winter than it is in summer months. Winter solstice is on December 21 each year When is the winter solstice in 2017? Historically the solstice has been celebrated by people around the globe.
  • NASA May Send a Drone to Titan in 2025

    NASA May Send a Drone to Titan in 2025

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    Saturn's fourth-largest moon, Dione, passes behind the ringed planet's largest moon, Titan, in a view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. CAESAR would launch in 2025. Researchers working on the Enceladus Life Signatures and Habitability project are looking for cost-effective ways to better protect spacecrafts from biochemical contamination, as well as develop improve life-detection instruments.
  • Amazon Music to end support for streaming your uploaded MP3s

    Amazon Music to end support for streaming your uploaded MP3s

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    New subscriptions will be accepted until January 15, 2018. After upgrading, your Amazon Music storage subscription automatically renews on the last day of your annual billing cycle, if auto-renew is set to "On". You can view and manage your Amazon Music storage subscription from Your Amazon Music Settings . You can still upload 50,000 songs to Google Play Music for free, (or twice as many songs if you use a Samsung Galaxy S8), though honestly who does that anymore? Naturally, if that ...
  • Fancy dating Eminem? You better get on Tinder ASAP, apparently

    Fancy dating Eminem? You better get on Tinder ASAP, apparently

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    The Lose Yourself singer, who was married to Kimberly between 1999 and 2006, divorced his ex for the second time nearly 11 years ago. And the star seemingly hasn't given up on finding lasting love, as he's admitted to using dating apps in order to find new romantic prospects, including both Tinder, and gay hook-up app Grindr.
  • Elon Musk shows off SpaceX's nearly fully-assembled Falcon Heavy rocket

    Elon Musk shows off SpaceX's nearly fully-assembled Falcon Heavy rocket

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    SpaceX has lifted the veil on its upcoming behemoth Falcon Heavy rocket. Should all go well, the Falcon Heavy will take off from Cape Canaveral at some point in January 2018. The second stage on the center core is equipped with a single Merlin engine. "All the loads change, aerodynamics totally change". The rocket is powered by two boosters, along with a third that is based upon the company's workhorse Falcon 9.
  • These Are The 25 Most Frequently Hacked Passwords Of 2017

    These Are The 25 Most Frequently Hacked Passwords Of 2017

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    Password "123456" was the top worst password followed by "password." and a newly entered "123456789" came on the 6th number while "letmein" stood on the 7th rank as the worst used password of the year 2017. You can create such password with the use of numbers, alphabets, uppercase and lowercase. Using two-factor authentication, where you get a text or email with a code to authenticate your identity, is another good option.
  • Twitch announces 'Stream On': A 2018 streaming reality show

    Twitch announces 'Stream On': A 2018 streaming reality show

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    Called Stream On , the show will be an American Idol-style competition, only instead of would-be pop stars, it will star aspiring streamers. Twitch is now looking for participants, so if you're a Partner and think you've got what it takes (and reside in the US, UK or Canada), apply today to be in the with chance of making live-streaming history (or at least winning a sweet cash prize).