Why Stericycle Stock Is Sinking Today

Why Stericycle Stock Is Sinking Today

What happened Shares of Stericycle Inc (NASDAQ: SRCL) are slumping today, down 17% as of 12:30 p.m. EST, after the company announced lackluster fourth-quarter results. Continue Reading Below So what Stericycle reported $887.8 million in revenue during the quarter, which came in a bit higher than expected and helped push full-year sales to $3.58 billion, up 0.5% from last year and toward the upper end of its $3.54 billion-$3.6 billion guidance range. Profits, however, missed…

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Why Taseko Mines Ltd’s Shares Plunged 18% Today

Why Taseko Mines Ltd’s Shares Plunged 18% Today

What happened Shares of Taseko Mines Ltd (NYSEMKT: TGB) plunged as much as 17.6% in trading Thursday after reporting fourth-quarter 2017 results. Shares recovered slightly as the day went on but were down 10.4% as of 12:20 p.m EST. Continue Reading Below So what Operations are improving, but investors are disappointed with the profits being posted by Taseko. Revenue was up slightly in the fourth quarter to $95.4 million and adjusted net loss was $1.5…

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4th mini-casino set for south-central Pennsylvania

4th mini-casino set for south-central Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. –  The fourth mini-casino license auctioned off by Pennsylvania gambling regulators is for a location in south-central Pennsylvania, officials said Thursday, a short drive from Gettysburg in a region with one full-fledged casino. The owners of Parx Casino in suburban Philadelphia picked a general location along Interstate 81 in Cumberland County, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said. Continue Reading Below The casino could be built anywhere within 15 miles of a centerpoint selected…

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Twitter left-wing bias in bot purge cited by conservative users

Twitter left-wing bias in bot purge cited by conservative users

Twitter facing backlash from conservative users Fox Business Outlook: Twitter suspends thousands of accounts in wake of users Russian bot purge. Conservatives say they’re being targeted claiming left wing bias and censorship from the social media company. Twitter suspended thousands of accounts, and conservative users claim left-wing bias and censorship. Continue Reading Below Conservatives believe they are being targeted in a purge of suspected Russian bot accounts, claiming real people as opposed to bots are…

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Greece approves port sale in second-largest city

Greece approves port sale in second-largest city

ATHENS, Greece –  Lawmakers have approved the sale of a 67 percent stake of the Thessaloniki Port Authority in Greece’s second largest city, in a deal worth 232 million euros ($285 million). Parliament ratified the concession agreement through 2051 which was signed in December with the consortium South Europe Gateway Thessaloniki. The consortium is comprised of Germany’s Deutsche Invest Equity Partners GmbH, Greek-Russian Belterra Investments, and France’s Terminal Link SAS. Continue Reading Below Thursday’s approval…

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New Regime Could Mean Lower Risk For South Africa ETF

New Regime Could Mean Lower Risk For South Africa ETF

The iShares MSCI South Africa ETF (NYSEArca: EZA) is up nearly 8% over the past week with the primary catalyst behind the exchange traded fund’s surge being the resignation of Jacob Zuma as president of one of Africa’s largest economies. Continue Reading Below Some analysts and market observers believe the departure of the controversial Zuma will reduce risk for South Africa’s economy and related financial assets. The country is a major gold producer as well…

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Utility to pay millions to preserve abandoned reactor site

Utility to pay millions to preserve abandoned reactor site

COLUMBIA, S.C. –  South Carolina’s state-owned utility says it will pay millions per year to preserve equipment and parts at an abandoned nuclear reactor site. Local news media report Santee Cooper’s acting board chairman told Gov. Henry McMaster in a letter Wednesday that it expects to pay about $16 million annually to ensure the unfinished reactors at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station aren’t ruined and about $3 million per year for storage warehouses. Continue Reading…

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Amazon plans more cashier-less stores, report

Amazon plans more cashier-less stores, report

Amazon (AMZN) is planning more cashier-less stores, according to Recode, with the huge online retailer planning on opening as many as six more ‘Amazon Go’ stores this year. Continue Reading Below The next stores will likely be in Seattle and Los Angeles, people familiar with the matter told Recode, with the sources adding that Amazon has held talks with developer Rick Caruso about bringing an Amazon Go store to the Grove, a shopping center in…

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Pandora Sings a Happy Tune as Subscription Revenue Accelerates

Pandora Sings a Happy Tune as Subscription Revenue Accelerates

Pandora Media (NYSE: P) announced strong fourth-quarter 2017 results on Wednesday after the market closed, detailing significantly better-than-expected revenue and profitability as listeners continued to embrace its newest paid subscription services. With shares up nearly 10% in after-hours trading — more than reversing an 8.7% decline during Wednesday’s regular session ahead of the announcement — let’s turn to down the volume to get a better idea of what drove the music streaming specialist as it…

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US jobless claims drop to near 45-year low

US jobless claims drop to near 45-year low

article FILE PHOTO: Leaflets lie on a table at a booth at a military veterans’ job fair in Carson, California October 3, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (Reuters) WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits fell to a near 45-year low last week, pointing to strong job growth in February, which should continue to underpin the economy. Continue Reading Below Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 7,000 to a seasonally adjusted 222,000…

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