Grammy-nominated recording artist and entrepreneur Fat Joe sat down with Yahoo Finance’s Editor-at-Large Brian Sozzi to talk about his new book ‘The Book of Jose: a memoir,’ growing up in the South Bronx, and the developments in his career that got his to where he is now.
Gil Birmingham appears in a scene from the premiere of Season 5 of "Yellowstone."
In the first of a special two-parter, chart legend, actor and now author, Martin Kemp talks about falling with love with wife Shirlie at first sight.You can join Martin & Kate at The London Palladium on 25 November 2022 for Greatest Hits LiveFor tickets go to Wine Question Time with Kate Thornton is the podcast that brings together well-known guests to answer three thought-provoking questions over three glasses of wine. Discover the friendships behind the entertainment headlines, and listen in on their conversations for a side to the celebrities you've never heard before.To keep up to date with the latest guests follow on Instagram: @whitewineqt & Twitter: @WhiteWineQT
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre sits down with Founder and CEO of, Alfonso Peccatiello, as they discuss investing and the Federal Reserve.
TORONTO — Canada Pension Plan Investment Board saw its net assets grow to $529 billion in its second quarter, compared with $523 billion at the end of the previous quarter. Net assets grew by $6 billion compared with the previous quarter, consisting of $1 billion in net income and $5 billion in net transfers from the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). CPPIB says its fund, which includes the combination of the base CPP and additional CPP accounts, returned 0.2 per cent for the quarter, outperforming lead
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Germany's Merck KGaA reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings on higher revenues from drugs and biotech lab equipment, but signalled that growth of its semiconductor chemicals unit could lose momentum next year. The diversified group narrowed on Thursday its full-year target range for adjusted EBITDA to between 6.80 billion and 7.20 billion euros, against a previous forecast of 6.75 billion to 7.25 billion. Merck said the outlook for its life science unit, which makes substances and gear for drugmakers, had brightened further after cost cuts and as drugmakers upgrade their lab equipment to pursue new technologies.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -The European Central Bank is examining the use of derivatives by energy companies to make huge bets on future power and fuel prices, to see if such activity poses a wider risk to financial stability, three people familiar with the matter said. Two of the people said the inquiry was prompted by Germany's rescue of top gas importer Uniper, which like other energy firms hedged its exposures with derivatives worth tens of billions of euros, far outstripping the value of the energy it sold. The ECB's move is the first major effort in Europe to identify whether the use of derivatives by power companies poses a wider financial threat, and exposes the largely unregulated trading, which totals trillions of euros, to rare scrutiny.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. government watchdog said on Thursday it will review the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) oversight of two safety features on the Boeing 737 MAX. The Transportation Department's Office of Inspector General (OIG) said Thursday it will audit the FAA's oversight of the inclusion of MCAS, a key airplane software feature in the 737 MAX design, that was cited as a contributing factor in two fatal MAX crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia that killed 346 people. OIG will also review FAA oversight of the inoperability of Angle of Attack (AOA) disagree alerts on the majority of the MAX fleet in 2019.
Emergency supplies of pain and fever medication are expected to arrive soon at hospitals overwhelmed by respiratory illnesses but observers say more can be done to guard against future drug shortages. Health Canada says special imports of ibuprofen from the United States are awaiting distribution, while acetaminophen imports from Australia are imminent. The agency did not disclose how much was expected or how stock will be split among hospitals, but promised “fair distribution of supply across C
NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street piled more gains Friday onto its mammoth rally from a day earlier to close out its best week since the summer. The S&P 500 rose 0.9% a day after soaring 5.5% for its best day in more than two years. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 32 points to its surge of more than 1,200 from a day earlier, while the Nasdaq composite jumped 1.9%. Markets got a boost after China relaxed some of its strict anti-COVID measures, which have been hurting the world’s second-largest e
A state court in Washington on Thursday said it will extend a temporary block that has prevented Albertsons Companies Inc from paying a $4 billion dividend to its shareholders before the grocery chain closes its proposed deal with rival Kroger Co. Judge Ken Schubert of King County Superior Court set a hearing for Nov. 17 to further consider whether to prolong an existing order prohibiting the dividend payment. The judge said at a hearing on Thursday that he anticipated live testimony next week.
Megawatt Lithium and Battery Metals Corp. (CSE: MEGA) (FSE: WR20) (OTCQB: WALRF) (the "Company" or "Megawatt") announces it has concluded a soil sampling campaign at its lithium prospective Mistumis project in the James Bay Region, Quebec. The 100% owned Mistumis project consists of 229 mineral claims covering over 120 square kilometres located in a prolific lithium exploration region.
DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is recalling nearly 340,000 big SUVs in the U.S. because their daytime running lights may not shut off when the regular headlights are on. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents poste on its website Thursday that having both lights on at the same time could cause glare for oncoming drivers, increasing the risk of a crash. The recall covers certain 2021 Chevrolet Tahoes and Suburbans, as well as some GMC Yukons and Cadillac Escalades. GM
Davinci Motor, a fast-growing Chinese manufacturer of high-performance robotic electric motorcycles, unveiled plans to expand into the EU market with the launch of its new two-wheeler DC100 at its press conference at EICMA, the world's leading exhibition of motorcycles, held from November 8 to 13 in Milan.
IKEA retailer Ingka Group is launching a 10 million euro ($10 million) social fund and bigger staff discounts to support employees struggling to cope with higher living costs. Ingka, the owner of most IKEA furniture stores, said the fund would support its "most cash-strapped" staff throughout its fiscal year to the end of August. "Each Ingka Group country will give support to co-workers who may need 'one-off' financial assistance to, for example, pay electricity bills or for housing costs," it said in a statement on Thursday.
Qatar Airways is suing Airbus over damage to the painted surface and underlying anti-lightning system of A350 jets, which has prompted Qatar's Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA) to ground 29 of the planes over its concerns of a potential safety risk. Backed by European regulators, the world's largest planemaker acknowledges quality flaws in part of the worldwide A350 fleet but maintains its premier long-haul jet is safe. Qatar Airways said Airbus had sought to exert influence over the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) by providing the agency with a "Line to Take" document.
In a regulatory filing, Berkshire said it owned just over 53 million U.S. Bancorp shares, for a 3.6% stake, on Oct. 31, down from 144.7 million shares, or 9.8%, on Dec. 31, 2021. Berkshire began investing in the Minneapolis-based bank in 2006, according to regulatory filings.
OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canada's red-hot labor market can weather an economic slump without seeing a major surge in unemployment, Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem said on Thursday, ahead of another expected interest rate increase in December. Inflation has eased to 6.9% from a peak of 8.1%, but it is still far above the central bank's 2% target and underlying price pressures remain broad-based. The central bank forecasts growth will stall through the middle of next year.
Aurora Cannabis Inc. (the "Company" or "Aurora") (NASDAQ: AC) | (TSX: ACB), the Canadian company defining the future of cannabinoids worldwide, today announced its financial and operational results for the fiscal first quarter ended September 30, 2022. As a reminder, Fiscal 2023 will be comprised of three quarters, with the new fiscal year end being March 31, 2023.
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The movie theatre company on Thursday reported a profit of $30.9 million in Q3, up from a loss of $33.6 million last year.


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