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U.S. charges former top Apple lawyer with insider trading

Monthly Archives: February 2019

U.S. charges former top Apple lawyer with insider trading

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Feb 13,2019
National News

Authorities said Gene Levoff exploited his positions as corporate secretary, head of corporate law and co-chairman of a committee that reviewed draft copies of Apple’s financial results to trade illegally between 2011 and 2016. Prosecutors said Levoff, 45, of San Carlos, California, generated $604,000 in illegal gains, including realized profit and avoided losses, before Apple

Texas police find 4 malnourished children — 2 of them locked in a dog crate

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Feb 13,2019
National News

A mother and her boyfriend were arrested after police responding to a domestic disturbance call in Texas found four malnourished children in a home — two of them locked in a dog crate, authorities said. …read more Source::

‘Tinder for cows’ matches livestockĀ in the mood for love

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Feb 13,2019
Offbeat

A Tinder-inspired app is helping farmers match up potential partners for their cattle. …read more Source::

Sources: Nuggets’ Thomas making season debut

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Feb 13,2019
Sports

Guard Isaiah Thomas will make his debut with the Nuggets on Wednesday night against the Sacramento Kings, sources told ESPN. …read more Source::

The wreck of a WWII US Navy aircraft carrier, lost for 76 years, has been found in the South Pacific

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Feb 13,2019
National News

On October 26, 1942, the USS Hornet was mortally wounded in a Japanese onslaught during the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands. She carried 2,200 crew, 140 of whom were lost that day. …read more Source::

'Heading south': Global warming to change climates for millions by 2080

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Feb 12,2019
National News

By USA TODAY Because of global warming, hundreds of millions of Americans will have to adapt to dramatically new climates by 2080, a study suggests. …read more Source::

Democratic senators urge administration to reject Sprint, T-Mobile merger

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Feb 12,2019
National News

The signatories included potential or confirmed presidential candidates Sanders, Amy Klobuchar, Sherrod Brown, Kirsten Gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker. Also signing the letters were Senators Richard Blumenthal and Tom Udall. The senators noted the four largest wireless carriers including AT&T Inc and Verizon Communications Inc control 98 percent of the market. …read more Source::

The Feds are spending $48 million to move his village. But he doesn’t want to go.

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Feb 12,2019
National News

The plans are grand — a brand new community with homes, baseball fields, fishing ponds, a meeting hall and a solar farm to generate electricity to sell. …read more Source::

Mets’ deGrom won’t negotiate after opener

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Feb 12,2019
Sports

Pitcher Jacob deGrom has told the Mets that he won’t negotiate an extension after Opening Day, a source told ESPN. …read more Source::

Field of seven dogs to vie for Westminster Kennel Club grand prize

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Feb 12,2019
Offbeat

Seven of the finest specimens in the pedigree dog world will face off on Tuesday evening, as the Westminster Kennel Club’s annual pageant in New York comes to a dramatic close with the awarding of… …read more Source::