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  • Those closures come on top of the planned shuttering of 150 under-performing stores that were announced in January. More from USA Today:Sears and Kmart might not have enough money to stock their shelvesAdvice for Sears and Kmart from Middle AmericaWhich mall stores are in danger of closing? Sears also said that Rob Riecker, the company’s controller and head of capital market activities, is its new chief financial officer. But Sears’ financial troubles are deep. The company said the actions it’s
    Sears names new CFO, plans more store closures

  • United Airlines Chief Executive Oscar Munoz will not chair the company’s board in 2018, it said in a regulatory filing on Friday, following a high-profile incident in which an elderly passenger was dragged from a flight. In a reversal of Munoz’s earlier employment agreement, he has opted to leave “future determinations related to the Chairman position to the discretion of the Board,” the filingsaid. Watch: What affects United shares?
    United Continental says CEO Oscar Munoz won't become chairman as planned

  • With markets stalled out ahead of Sunday’s French vote, the postelection scenarios are as extreme as the candidates and could continue for weeks, depending on the outcome. Next best for markets would be that both of those candidates are the choices heading into the second vote. Right now, it looks like it will end up being Le Pen and Macron battling it out in the second round with the latter winning, analysts say. “All the polls show Le Pen and Macron in the top two, and the polls may differ on
    French election may trigger volatile reaction that impacts global markets for weeks

  • “We’ll see what happens,” he told reporters after signing an executive order at the Treasury Department. “No particular rush, but we’ll see what happens.” Yet Trump did not insist on a health-care vote next week when reporters asked him about it Friday afternoon. Next week doesn’t matter,” Trump said. The White House hopes language on a possible health-care deal can come as early as Friday or Saturday, leaving the potential for an agreement next week, a White House official told CNBC earlier Fri
    Trump: 'It doesn't matter' if health-care vote happens next week

  • If self-made billionaire Mark Cuban was starting college right now, he’d choose philosophy as his major over accounting. That’s because he strongly believes artificial intelligence will automate many jobs involving technical tasks, such as an accountant’s. Jobs that rely more on personal judgement, critical thinking and creativity — skills more often associated with a liberal arts degree — are less at risk, he says. “Knowing how to critically think and assess them from a global perspective I thi
    Google exec, Mark Cuban agree that these college majors are the most robot-resistant

  • “It’s feasible, but you need to take it in …. context,” said Munster, co-founder of Loup Ventures and formerly a top Wall Street tech analyst. “This is a glacier, it moves deliberately in a direction, and it’s just going to carve up the retail landscape. NYU professor Scott Galloway has argued that Amazon has changed the way that shareholders, investors and companies think about their relationship. It’s that philosophy, Bezos argues in the letter, that allowed Amazon to take bets like Amazon W
    Amazon, Apple, and Alphabet are in a race to become the first trillion-dollar company - Munster

  • Palantir’s data-mining software has become ingrained at the CIA, according to people familiar with the company and the agency. But in the August 2015 meeting, Karp described the relationship with the federal government as colder, while discussing Palantir’s business more broadly. Palantir’s relationship with the NSA, for one, has been limited, though it seems to loom large in the public imagination. In early 2015, TechCrunch reported that potential investors were circulating a document from two
    Palantir’s relationship with America’s spies has been worse than you’d think

  • “It just simply looks like your boss is telling you to do something you probably shouldn’t do,” Steele said. “So it’s ‘send a wire,’ it’s ‘send confidential HR information,’ it’s ‘send proprietary intellectual property.’ Steele said recent partnerships with security players Palo Alto Networks and Splunk have delivered more value to customers, and boosted the company’s protective scope. While cyberattackers are often very skilled at mimicking a company’s email style in order to trick unassuming w
    Proofpoint CEO: Cyberattackers are now targeting individuals, not companies

  • With that in mind, here are the stocks and events on Cramer’s radar next week:Hasbro will report earnings alongside Kimberly-Clark on Monday, and Cramer said rival toymaker Mattel’s weak Thursday earnings report should not drag Hasbro down. Cramer knows there is a hidden market out there for Twitter, particularly among those with accounts, so he is curious to see what kind of reaction a weak quarter might get. Southwest Airlines will report earnings before Thursday’s bell, and Cramer says that h
    Cramer Remix: This one investing strategy has never failed

  • Steven Keating (of @Apple ) gives out 3D printed copies of his brain tumor (now cut out) instead of business cards #sageassemblyApple declined to comment. Keating made headlines in 2015 after revealing the depths of his science experiment to better understand his own tumor. Keating told Vox that he collected 75 gigabytes of his health information, ranging from his tumor pathology slides to his medical information. At the Assembly conference, he spoke about the challenges for patients to aggregat
    Apple has hired the guy who 3-D printed his own brain tumor

  • Earlier this week, the advertising industry was alarmed at a report that suggested Google was developing an ad blocker for its Chrome browser. Google has talked with the Coalition for Better Ads — an ad industry trade group — regarding an ad blocking feature on its Chrome browser, several sources told CNBC. The organization is also including information from its 25,000-person survey on what they disliked about online advertising. Advertisers are always concerned when they hear the words “ad bloc
    Google is definitely building an ad blocker in Chrome - but it's not as bad as advertisers feared

  • Cowen internet analyst John Blackledge shared a note to clients Friday with his best internet stock ideas for first-quarter earnings season. Here are the five outperform-rated Cowen internet stock picks and the 12-month price forecasts. 1) AmazonCowen’s Amazon price target is $1,050, representing 16 percent upside from Thursday’s close. The company will report first-quarter earnings on Apr. Moreover, we continue to believe it’s still early days for eCommerce, and AMZN is best positioned to captu
    Here are 5 internet stock picks from Cowen for earnings season

  • Martin, the author whose books the series is based on, received flack from fans of the books when he announced the HBO show would introduce events that haven’t happened yet. Martin said there was no way around it and confessed he had given showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Gaiman is aware of the issue and told Entertainment Weekly that while a sequel to American Gods is a ways off, he’s worked closely with showrunner Bryan Fuller to ensure nothing that he had planned was ruined. The author adde
    American Gods is going to try very hard to not run into a major Game of Thrones issue

  • Twin Peaks is returning to television for another season, 16 years after its second-season finale ended things on one hell of a dark note. Although it’s interspersed with some buzzy advertising copy, Showtime’s video has some of the most important scenes of the show. Sure, it doesn’t fill in all the gaps, but Showtime does capture Twin Peaks’ main plot arc, which should bring non-fans up to speed for the third season. If you really want to watch for the nuances and weirdness that characterize Tw
    Catch up with Twin Peaks in three minutes before the third season

  • It’s not quite like learning a new language or how to ride a bike, but at times it does feel a little bit like both. But the real culprit for my leap of consumer faith isn’t one single Samsung product; it was an ecosystem of them. Then the company rolled out its S8 smartphone, a phone that is arguably the single best version of the technology available today. I’ll likely never use Bixby, not even when Samsung gets around to adding it to the S8. Third-party apps are your friends: Don’t use iTunes
    The Samsung S8 makes this the best time to switch to an Android phone

  • World War II. This year, the Call of Duty franchise is going back to its roots, returning to the Second World War after a nine-year absence with Call of Duty: WWII. A modern link to World War IIThe last Call of Duty game to be set in World War II was Call of Duty: World at War, which was released in 2008. World War II is the kind of history-defining event that can provide endless material for writers to explore. Perhaps Call of Duty: WWII will bring the next generation in touch with the Greatest
    Could Call of Duty: WWII be this generation’s Band of Brothers?

  • Editor’s note: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series is an episodic release. Telltale Games’ first swing at a Guardians of the Galaxy story brought back a lot of good feelings. Episode One – Tangled Up In Blue April 2017Yet as all this was going on, Guardians of the Galaxy radiated a good-times vibe worth preserving. Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series’ first chapter is perfectly that. Guardians of the Galaxy doesn’t seamlessly fit together all of the moving parts, even if t
    Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: A Telltale Series review

  • Target’s prepping for next week’s launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Nintendo Switch with a nationwide, in-store promotion. When walking into participating Target stores this week, Mario Kart players will be greeted by a familiar noise: the beeping of the countdown timer that goes off before every race. As such, I might have to avoid Target until this promo is over, as much as I love Mario Kart. Even Target points to how stressful the Mario Kart starting bell can be in its press release about the
    Mario Kart has invaded Target, and it’s stressing me out

  • Let me be honest: The concept behind the CW Network’s prime-time special H1Z1: Fight for the Crown seemed like a really bad idea. But watching the action last night, television felt like the natural home for such a singular, action-packed event. First you have to find 15 pro teams willing to participate in a high-stakes competition in an unfinished early access game. Then you actually have to build out a venue with 75 high-end rigs, and wire the place up for television. Related CW kicks off H1Z1
    H1Z1’s prime-time premiere was outstanding television

  • Friday the 13th: The Game, the brutal, gory hide-and-seek game based on the long-running franchise of horror films, will be released May 26 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, publisher Gun Media announced today. Gun Media and developer IllFonic had initially planned to release Friday the 13th: The Game last fall, but delayed the project to “early 2017” in order to add features that fans had requested. However, once IllFonic patches in the single-player mode, that portion of the game will
    Friday the 13th: The Game launches digitally in late May



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