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Short Interest in Exact Sciences Corporation (EXAS) Drops By 10.1%

Its down 0.40, from 1.48 in 2016Q3. The company's stock had a trading volume of 754,821 shares. While trading at volume below than average, Exact Sciences Corporation (NASDAQ: EXAS ) previous 52-week high was $38.92 and moved up 203.52% over the same period, trading at a volume of 2.75 million. Read More »

European Union court should be guarantor of expats' rights after Brexit


He added that Britain had to finally admit that it needed to foot the bill for its departure, estimated by European Union officials at around 100 billion euros ($112 billion). On Thursday the United Kingdom government publishes its Repeal Bill, a draft law with two main aims: repealing the 1972 European Communities Act that formalized United Kingdom membership, plus the wholesale import of thousands of EU laws directly into British law. Read More »

Cards Against Humanity Lampoons Sexist Marketing With Pink 'For Her' Deck


Cards Against Humanity for Her contains all the same cards as the original game, with the same exact color scheme of black prompt cards and white answer cards. Just unveiled on Tuesday, Cards Against Humanity for Her- a for-the-ladies version of the game-comes replete with a new product landing page, shot through with a Shutterstock-esque presentation of stereotypically feminine, pamper-y marketing tropes (wine, selfies, facials, etc.). Read More »

Swansea boss Clement warns Everton: Pay us or Sigurdsson stays


Swansea have said that the Icelander will be on the plane, and it will be interesting to see whether that turns out to be the case. Everton, however, are not going to be deterred even if they believe £50m is excessive. The Swansea manager stated that Sigurdsson is "a Swansea player and [the club] have to carry on looking at it that way". Ronald Koeman has already been mighty busy in the transfer window this summer, with Wayne Rooney , Jordan Pickford, Sandro Ramirez, Davy Klaassen and ... Read More »

Saudi Arabia hails British High Court ruling on arms exports


According to the court's ruling, Saudi Arabia has been and continues to be "genuinely committed to compliance with global Humanitarian law; and there was no "real risk" that there might be "serious violations" of worldwide law". The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has described Yemen as the "largest humanitarian crisis in the world". The World Health Organization estimates that more than 8,000 people have been killed in the conflict - a lot of them civilians. Read More »

Cooper Tire & Rubber Company

Closely-held shares are those owned by insiders, major shareholders and employees, while restricted stock refers to insider shares that can not be traded because of a temporary restriction such as the lock-up period after an initial public offering. Read More »

Exterion takes over South Western contract from JCDecaux


The new franchise was awarded to First MTR South Western, a consortium of FirstGroup and Hong Kong's MTR, earlier this year and will run for seven years from August 20. Although the government did not pledge to bring prices down under the new franchise, FirstGroup Chief Executive Tim O'Toole did state customers could look forward to "more flexible fare options" once it takes over. Read More »

Drivers Can Watch TV in Audi's New A8


The diesel develops 286PS, and the petrol version 340PS. Audi plans to release two more V8 variants with 4.0 TDI producing 320 kW or 435 hp and a 4.0 TFSI producing 338 kW or 460 hp of power. But there's a catch - the semi-autonomous Traffic Jam Pilot mode can only be used in traffic moving at less than 37 miles per hour on roads where a physical barrier separates the two carriageways. Read More »

Police make Berlin raids linked to coin heist


Heavily-armed masked police arrested at least two suspects, one wearing a hood over his head, during early morning raids in the city's Neukoelln neighbourhood. Police believe the thieves broke into the museum from an elevated section of tram tracks, using a ladder to enter undetected. The Canadian coin with the picture of Queen Elizabeth II has a face value of 1 million US dollars. Read More »

Two soldiers killed in LoC ceasefire violation by Pakistan


Also on Wednesday, Pakistan Army had violated the ceasefire in Poonch district, targeting villages and forward posts along the LoC using mortars and firing small arms. According to TOI, last month almost 23 incidents of ceasefire violation, one BAT attack and two infiltration bids were conducted by Pakistan which killed four people, including three jawans, and injured 12 others. Read More »

Ravi Shastri new head coach of Indian cricket team


The post of the Indian head coach had fallen vacant after Anil Kumble stepped down following an alleged rift with Kohli in June last month. Following the statement, the chairman of Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), Vinod Rai, overturned the CAC's decision and requested the BCCI to announce the name on July 11. Read More »

China sets up base in Djibouti


This will be China's first overseas naval base, although Beijing officially terms it a logistics facility. It's not a commercial resupply point. It did not say when the base might formally begin operations. The massive troop reduction is part of the restructuring of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and evenly proportion the army and other services, the PLA Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese military, reported . Read More »

West Bengal BJP IT cell secretary arrested for spreading fake news


The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of West Bengal on Wednesday tweeted saying a BJP leader from the state's Asansol district was arrested for allegedly "spreading fake news and creating communal disharmony". Last week, the Kolkata police said they had arrested a person for sharing an image from a Bhojpuri film and passing it off as one from North 24 Parganas. Read More »

Suspected ISIS operative from Kerala held in Delhi


Upon his deportation, the Delhi Police's Special Cell took Shahjahan into custody. The alleged Islamic State suspect was planning to sneak into Syria from Turkey and join the dreaded terrorist outfit. Police said he was radicalised over the internet and encouraged to join training camps in Syria, following which he got in touch with agents, who promised to arrange his trip. Read More »

Missing mother and child found in Rochester


A temporary order of protection was issued against Finnefrock, barring her from taking custody of her son, authorities said. Orleans Undersheriff Christopher Bourke said his department has been working closely with Rochester police and other agencies to locate Finnefrock. Read More »

KFC and Huawei issued a joint smartphone


Yes, this is a real thing. The two companies are now celebrating their 30 years in China by releasing a limited-edition "Huawei 7 Plus" with both KFC's Colonel Sanders and the Huawei logo imprinted on the back. So 5,000 lucky KFC fanatics in China will be able to eat the Colonel's Original Recipe chicken - or other local flavor - in one hand while sharing a photo of it on Weibo Corp (ADR ) (NASDAQ: WB) with their KFC phone, all while listening to music picked with the KFC app. Read More »

Ramaphosa begs SACP: Don't leave ANC in its hour of need

Even though Ramaphosa did not name the Gupta family directly, he listed some of the claims which have surfaced linking the family to the plundering of State resources. On Tuesday, state capture was high on the agenda. "The rank and file of our movement has sent us on this journey so that we seek a renewal of the values of the ANC and the alliance ... Read More »

Ticwatch S & E Hit Kickstarter, Run Android Wear for Around $119


Ticwatch S & E models could be more compelling for Global users, due to the adaptation of Google's Android Wear instead of using Mobvoi's own proprietary operating system, "Ticwear OS". Either way, you can't argue with these prices up front. The company says that the built-in GPS inside the Ticwatch S & E has been improved significantly - three times more accurate with faster satellite positioning. Read More »

American accuses Qatar Airways CEO of being "sexist and ageist" after comments


At the same event in Dublin, Al Baker told the crowd that they can expect "excellent service from our worldwide cabin crew", noting that the average age of his cabin crew is only 26 years old. The row between the Oneworld partners broke out after the CEO of the Middle East airline said rival U.S. carriers are "crap" and passengers travelling on them are "always served by grandmothers". Read More »

China offers to mediate between India, Pakistan


Ties between China and India, which fought a brief border war in 1962, have always been frosty over territorial disputes, as well as Beijing's support of Pakistan, and Indian leaders declined to attend China's "Belt and Road" summit in May. Read More »