Day: April 29, 2022

Economy

Suncor Energy is a buy, but be prepared to change when oil prices peak, says Jim Cramer

On Friday CNBC’s Jim Cramer advised investors to buy shares in the Canadian oil producer Solar powerbut only if they are confident that oil prices will remain high. Cramer’s comments come after activist investment firm Elliott Management, which holds a 3.4% stake in Suncor, called for the company scramble its management and take other steps […]

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Entertainment

Workplace sanitizing work lights: smart desk light

Sanitation concerns continue to be at the forefront of many consumers during the ongoing pandemic, which sees the creation of new solutions such as the “TOMO ON” smart desk lamp. The light works by being placed on top of a workstation on a monitor where it will go to work delivering crisp lighting exactly where […]

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World

There is no end to the stalemate of the Oregon shelters

During a meeting at a neutral site, Harney County Sheriff David Ward offered to escort Ammon Bundy and his squad out of Oregon, but Bundy refused. Bundy met the sheriff on the side of the road after leaving the compound with other occupants in two vehicles. After the brief meeting, Bundy told reporters that he […]

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Science & Tech

Newsom offers hope for California’s last nuclear power plant, Diablo Canyon

Diablo Canyon plans of PG&E Corp. in California. (Joe Johnston / San Luis Obispo Tribune / Tribune News Service via Getty Images) San Luis Obispo Grandstand | Forum News Service | Getty Images California Governor Gavin Newsom is open to the idea of ​​keeping operations at the state’s last nuclear power plant, Diablo Canyon, beyond […]

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Sports

On baseball: Trevor Bauer is suspended for two years

This was before his biggest dreams started to blossom and before his career fell apart. This was Trevor Bauer from three years ago, at a lunch in the suburbs of Cleveland, describing the forces that guided him. “I want to be a billionaire,” Bauer said, the same way you might order a sandwich. “Not because […]

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Politics

Trump army member 1/6 pleads guilty to seditious conspiracy

Brian Ulrich of Georgia has pleaded guilty to a seditious conspiracy to use force to stop the peaceful transfer of power. According to a statement from the Department of Justice: Brian Ulrich, 44, of Guyton, Georgia, pleaded guilty to seditious conspiracy in connection with the violation of the Capitol. As part of the plea deal, […]

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Economy

Philip J. Hilts, 74, This; Reporter exposed a cover-up from Big Tobacco

Philip J. Hilts, who as a science reporter for the New York Times denounced a tobacco company’s decades-long coverage of his research showing tobacco was harmful and nicotine was addictive, died on April 23. in Lebanon, NH He was 74 years old. The cause was complications from liver disease, his son Ben said. Mr. Hilts […]

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Economy

Disney executive Geoff Morrell is out after less than four months

Disney split from its senior communications and government relations executive on Friday after a tumultuous two months in which Disney became a political punching bagin particular for gov. Ron De Santis of Florida. Geoff Morrell, who only joined Disney in January as Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, will be leaving his job with immediate effect, the […]

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Entertainment

Judy Garland’s iconic “Wizard of Oz” dress is on sale after being lost for decades

NEW YORK (AP) – It is one of the most recognizable dresses in the history of American cinema, the blue and white checkered dress that a young Judy Garland wore as Dorothy in the classic 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz”. For decades, one of the versions of the dress Garland wore in the film […]

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Health

Federal Election 2022: All PBS Drugs Could Cost $ 10 Less

Millions of Australians could save $ 10 off the cost of life-saving drugs under a plan to be announced today. All drugs in the pharmaceutical benefits scheme would be $ 10 cheaper with a re-elected coalition government. Starting next year, the maximum price of PBS drugs will be reduced from $ 42.50 to $ 32.50. […]

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