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  • One of the key provisions in the health care overhaul bill narrowly approved by House Republicans Thursday would grant broad powers to the states to decide how insurance coverage is managed and paid for. If the bill survives intact in the Senate, that means your future access to health care may depend heavily on where you live. After more than seven years of coverage under the Affordable Care Act, the GOP-controlled House voted to repeal parts of the law in a mostly party-line vote, 217 to 213.
    Your future access to health care may depend heavily on which state you're in

  • But sometimes, a copy is just so well-made that the human eye can’t tell it from the original. It then employs the technique of deep learning to compare the images against a vast database that includes top luxury brands and if the bag is deemed authentic, users immediately get a Certificate of Authenticity. Other investors include New York University, deep learning pioneer Yann LeCun, and Japanese venture capital firm Accord Ventures. “We’re choosing to start with second-hand re-sellers initiall
    Trying to spot a real Chanel from a fake? Deep learning tech can help

  • Finance leaders of Japan, China and South Korea agreed to resist all forms of protectionism in a trilateral meeting on Friday, taking a stronger stand than G20 major economies against the protectionist policies advocated by U.S. President Donald Trump. “We will resist all forms of protectionism,” the communique said, keeping a line that was removed – under pressure from Washington – from a G20 communique in March when the group’s finance leaders met in Germany. China has positioned itself as a s
    Japan, China, South Korea pledge to resist protectionism, taking stand against Trump rhetoric

  • “Normally, ‘I could be totally delusional’ is not a phrase you want to hear from a CEO, but Musk has enough confidence to pull it off,” Cramer said. Or take Baird analyst Tyler Frank, who asked the CEO if he thought it was still achievable to produce 1 million cars by 2020. And then I think a million units is quite likely, combined, yeah, maybe more.” Cramer wondered why Musk stopped at “maybe more,” and not “definitely,” if he was speaking aspirationally. Mad Money Twitter – Jim Cramer Twitter
    Cramer: You have to be on drugs to understand Tesla's business

  • The U.S. Department of Justice has begun a criminal investigation into Uber Technologies Inc’s use of a software tool that helped its drivers evade local transportation regulators, two sources familiar with the situation said. The Times report triggered a barrage of negative publicity for the company. The criminal probe could become a significant problem facing the company that is already struggling with an array of recent business and legal issues. The nature of any potential federal criminal v
    Justice Department begins criminal probe into Uber's use of software to help drivers evade local regulators

  • Under the agreement, Australia is to resettle refugees from three Central American countries. Trump and Turnbull were all smiles as they answered questions about the January phone call and the refugee deal during a picture-taking session. Turnbull added: “We can put the refugee deal behind you and move on.” Trump said the refugee deal had been “worked out for a long time” and that reporters had exaggerated the phone call. Trump vowed to visit Australia as president, calling it “one of the great,
    Trump, Australia's Turnbull hold first meeting in move to clear air after tense phone call

  • “In the sense that labor market tightness has been affecting, initially part time workers and irregular workers, but now regular workers in small and medium sized enterprises are experiencing higher pay increases.” For many years, Japanese corporations have appeared reticent to pay out big raises, but Kuroda explained why he thought that was changing. “So I think if we continue our fiscal and monetary policy in coming years, if labor market continues to tighten … if this situation continues, e
    Bank of Japan's Kuroda: Something major is changing in the Japanese labor market

  • Senator Bernie Sanders just thanked President Donald Trump for a remark he made about health care — no, really. The self-proclaimed Democrat socialist from Vermont — an advocate of universal health care in the United States — jumped Thursday on a comment Trump made to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Just hours after Trump celebrated the House’s vote to pass a divisive bill to overhaul the U.S. health care system, he praised the Australian health care system, which provides universal
    Bernie Sanders just thanked Trump for a comment about health care

  • Macron is seen getting 62 percent of the votes in the second round compared to 38 percent for Le Pen, an increase of three points for the centrist candidate compared to his projected score in the last Elabe poll. The survey was carried out after a rancorous final televised debate between the two contenders on Wednesday, which Macron was seen as having won by French viewers, according to two recent polls.
    Macron seen winning French presidential runoff with 62 percent of votes: Poll

  • Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unloaded 1 million shares of Amazon stock in the last three days, totaling $940.74 million, according to a filing with the SEC. The sale, disclosed on Thursday, was part of a scheduled sale that Bezos makes on a regular basis — last year he made two big sales in May and August that netted him around $1.4 billion. But thanks to Amazon’s stock run-up this year, this is the biggest amount he’s ever made at once. It’s also the first sale he’s made since telling an audience at
    Jeff Bezos just sold $941 million worth of Amazon stock, his most lucrative sale ever

  • The maiden test flight of the C919 airliner made a successful takeoff, and landing, after a 90-minute flight from Shanghai Pudong International Airport on Friday, according to a livestream via Twitter carried on China’s official news agency Xinhua. The plane’s flight was watched by a large crowd gathered at the airport. Establishing itself in this industry has been hailed a “strategic move” by President Xi Jinping, according to written remarks published by state media outlets. Friday’s maiden fl
    China’s first giant passenger jet makes successful takeoff and landing in maiden flight

  • Speaker Ryan: Still have a lot work to do before it is law 12 Hours Ago | 03:16The Republican replacement plan for Obamacare just narrowly cleared the House — but the bill will almost certainly face more skepticism in the Senate. The House GOP passed its bill by a 217-to-213 margin on Thursday, sending it to the Senate after a swift process. But even before the divisive proposal passed the House, several Republicans in the Senate signaled that it could see major revisions. “I don’t see any way t
    With House vote, Obamacare replacement heads to more skeptical Senate

  • Economists expect a bounce back in the second quarter and are looking for some signs of that in the payrolls. The report could also be important for the Fed, which indicated it viewed the first-quarter weakness as temporary. One negative trend that could continue to show up is the decline in retail-sector jobs, as brick-and-mortar retailers shut stores and go bankrupt. Diane Swonk, CEO of DS Economics, expects just 145,000 jobs, but she sees the trend more like 175,000. Goldman Sachs economists
    Job growth seen bouncing back in April, but one trend in layoffs could continue

  • IBM has lost the confidence of one of its biggest investors, Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett. Buffett, who owned about 81 million shares of IBM at the end of 2016, sold off about a third of that stake in the first and second quarters of 2017, he told CNBC. I’ve revalued it somewhat downward,” Buffett told CNBC. “IBM is a big strong company, but they’ve got big strong competitors too.” Berkshire Hathaway still owns more than 50 million shares of IBM and with shares now trading
    Warren Buffett has sold IBM shares, and 'revalued' tech icon downward, cites 'big strong competitors'

  • The dollar edged up 0.1 percent to 112.62 yen, but was down from Thursday’s 7-week high of 113.045 yen. The falls in oil prices could lead to concerns about the health of the global economy and drive risk aversion, he said. “The yen will probably be bought if oil prices weaken further and that leads to falls in equities,” Okagawa said. Oil prices slid to five-month lows on Thursday as OPEC and other producers appeared to rule out deeper supply cuts to reduce the world’s persistent glut of crude.
    Euro near 6-month high ahead of French election

  • The euro traded near a six-month high against the dollar on Friday, supported by expectations that centrist Emmanuel Macron will win France’s presidential election. Asian stocks are set for a third straight day of losses on Friday as a retreat in crude oil and other commodities prices knocked global sentiment. New applications for U.S. jobless benefits fell sharply last week and the number of Americans on unemployment rolls hit a 17-year low, pointing to a tightening labor market that could allo
    Gold edges up, but set for worst week since November

  • Oil prices were marooned near five-months lows on Friday after a near 5 percent fall in the previous session on concerns over rising U.S. supply, wiping out all of the price gains since OPEC’s move to curb output. Tumbling prices would likely force OPEC members to extend production cuts later this month, but the prospect of deeper cuts appeared slim, analysts said. Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, were at $48.41 per barrel at 0047 GMT, up 3 cents from their last c
    Oil pinned near 5-month low as global oversupply weighs

  • Most Asian markets lost ground on Friday as traders await the U.S. nonfarm payrolls data later and after drops in commodity prices overnight. In Asia trade, oil prices erased early gains to extend losses. U.S. light crude futures dropped 1.82 percent to $44.69 a barrel by 2:35 p.m. HK/SIN, after trading as low as $43.76. Tapas Strickland, an economist at National Australia Bank, said in an early Friday note that oil prices had fallen below levels before OPEC instituted a production ceiling. “In
    Asia markets struggle as commodity prices fall, US jobs data eyed

  • Anime, Cartoons, Comics! 11: MythosI reviewed the first issue of the Tekken comic a couple of days ago (from this post). A lot of the story bases itself in the mythos where you need to know the characters and their motivations. Seeing Bell having to become more tactical and seeing the author Fujino Ōmori evolve other characters while world building reads very well. Keep on reading LNs, watching anime, reading comics manga, and seeing cartoons.
    Anime, Cartoons, Comics! Plight Vol. 4 No. 11: Mythos

  • HBO is currently working with four different writers for potential spinoffs for its biggest series on the air right now, Game of Thrones. “We’ve closed deals for four very talented writers to each explore different time periods of George R.R. Wiess and David Benioff are currently working on finishing up the seventh season and preparing for the eighth and final season of the series. “We have kept them up to date on our plans and they will be attached, along with George R.R. Game of Thrones will r
    Game of Thrones spinoffs in development at HBO

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