In this article GSBD Barclays headquarters in London, England. Justin Solomon | CNBC Barclays reported better-than-expected third-quarter profits on Thursday, following its Wall Street rivals in receiving a significant boost from its investment banking division. The British bank reported attributable profit of £1.45 billion for the third quarter. Analysts had expected a net income of
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Britain’s competition regulator has fined Facebook GBP 50.5 million (roughly Rs. 520 crores) for breaching an order imposed during its investigation into the US social media giant’s purchase of GIF platform Giphy, the agency said. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said Facebook had deliberately failed to comply with its order, and the penalty served
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Billionaire investor Nelson Peltz said Wednesday that he talks to Sen. Joe Manchin every week, offering him words of encouragement as the conservative Democrat pushes to shrink the cost of President Joe Biden’s sprawling economic plan. Peltz, in a Wednesday interview on CNBC’s Halftime Report, raved about how the West Virginia lawmaker is “keeping our
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News Bloodshot Records Co-Founder Walks Away From Label The label is not shutting down and the catalog will remain available despite Rob Miller’s departure, which follows fellow co-founder Nan Warshaw’s 2019 resignation By Matthew Ismael Ruiz and Matthew Strauss October 20, 2021 Facebook Twitter Graphic courtesy of Bloodshot Records Facebook Twitter Rob Miller, co-founder of
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An Amateur Apache Wrestles with America Gene Kwak Share article If you enjoy reading Electric Literature, join our mailing list! We’ll send you the best of EL each week, and you’ll be the first to know about upcoming submissions periods and virtual events. An excerpt from Go Home, Ricky! by Gene Kwak Listen to those blue
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WASHINGTON — NASA officials are standing by their decision to retain the name of the James Webb Space Telescope despite criticism from some astronomers, including one who resigned from an advisory committee in protest. The agency said in a once-sentence statement in late September that a historical review turned up no evidence to back allegations
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In this episode of the Physics World Stories podcast astronomers discuss the search for signs of extraterrestrial technologies. Fingerprints might include traces of pollution in exoplanet atmospheres, lights on the night sides of planets, and even the waste heat from megastructures such as Dyson spheres. Podcast host Andrew Glester meets the following guests: Jacob Haqq Misra, senior
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Democrats will likely scrap free community college from their sprawling economic plan as they move to cut costs to secure votes for its passage. During a series of meetings with Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday, President Joe Biden floated a $1.75 trillion to $1.9 trillion price tag for his proposal to expand the social safety net
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