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John Stumpf, the former CEO of Wells Fargo, has been banned for life from banking. The announcement was made on Thursday January 23 by the U.S. government’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. The former CEO, who presided over the...
Few days after asking a question to President Putin during the president’s annual press conference, Russian journalist Alisa Yarovskaya, has lost her job and the reason is unclear. The latest report highlights the difficult role Russian journalists have in holding...
A Texas woman became a one-day millionaire on Tuesday when her bank mistakenly deposited a whopping $37 million dollars into her account. Dallas resident Ruth Balloon said she checked her bank account and saw additional $37 million dollars showing as...
Bernard Tyson, the Chief Executive Officer of Kaiser Permanente and an advocate for racial justice and workplace diversity has died. He was 60. Tyson died in his sleep on Sunday morning, the company confirmed. But the company did not disclose the cause...
A bartender at Bleacher’s Bar in O’Fallon in Missouri won’t soon forget a tip of a lifetime from one of her regular customers. The customer gave her a Powerball ticket that ended up winning $50,000. Taylor Russey, 33, said that...
Football superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly makes more money from being an Instagram influencer than playing soccer for Juventus. Ronaldo who currently plays as a forward for Serie A club Juventus and captains the Portugal national team, signed a four-year contract with the Italian...
A Delta Airlines worker was Thursday arrested in connection with missing $300,000 in cash that apparently vanished from John F. Kennedy Airport as it was being transferred onto one of the airline's flights en route to Florida, NBC News reported. According...
A married man who died from a heart attack while having sex with a woman he met on a business trip in France was a 'victim of a professional accident', a French court ruled. The ruling means that the man’s...
Facebook is migrating from Friendship and Likes to Love and Romance. Facebook has launched its dating services in the United States, the company announced on Thursday, sending its shares up 2%. The dating service is being launched more than a year after...
An Oklahoma judge on Monday August 26, ordered drug manufacturing giant Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in a landmark opioid trial likely to reverberate in lawsuits across the nation. The case was closely followed across the nation...
A male traveler passing through security checkpoint at Rochester International Airport New York, received an unexpected disappointing note from a female employee. “You ugly!!!”, the female employee wrote in a folded note and handed him. Neal Strassner said he initially...
Instagram is changing its rules so it can disable accounts that break their rules more quickly. Instagram announced a policy change on Thursday that allows it to delete accounts that repeatedly break their rules faster. Previously, Instagram only removed accounts that had...
If you don't have a birth certificate, no excuse. Even Ugandan cows will soon be getting their own. Lol Uganda’s Minister for Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Vincent Ssempijja, Tuesday said that government would start issuing birth certificates to cows...
Apple has disabled its Walkie Talkie app for Apple Watch due to a security issue that could allow a person to listen to another person’s iPhone conversations without consent, the company announced. Apple reported the vulnerability Thursday, saying the company...
AT&T will soon implement FCC rules that allows carriers to block robocalls by default, the company announced Tuesday. Last month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruled that carriers could block robocalls for their customers by default — without requiring the customers...
U.S Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn Friday said convicted drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman owes the U.S $12B in assets and they are seeking to recover it. El Chapo - the onetime leader of the Sinaloa Cartel was convicted of...
Gloria Vanderbilt left almost all her estate to her son Anderson Cooper. The late actress, author, and fashion designer, died on June 17, 2019 after being diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer. She was 95 at the time of her death. Vanderbilt,...
Social networking site Twitter said on Thursday it will roll out new rules for politicians and government officials with more than 100,000 followers. “There are certain cases where it may be in the public’s interest to have access to certain...
FedEx has taken the US Department of Commerce to court for requiring it to enforce export bans with extra screening efforts. The delivery company issued a statement June 24, complaining of an unfair and “impossible burden” of liability. “FedEx is a...
A small city in Florida on Monday directed its insurance carrier to pay about $600,000 in bitcoin ransom to hackers who launched online attack and took control of its entire computer systems. According to the Palm Beach Post, Riviera Beach City Council...

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