a video posted by William and Kate and created by Will Marr
a video posted by William and Kate and created by Will Marr
The activist investment firm has taken a $1 billion stake in Phillips 66, flagging that the company's stock, recently trading at about $118 per share, could hit $200 with improvements. It said management had laid out sensible performance targets but could use help achieving its full potential. "We agree with Elliott that successful execution of our strategic priorities will drive substantial stock price performance and believe that we have the right management team and Board in place to deliver long-term, sustainable value," the refiner said in a statement after the markets closed.
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Moore police pass out 300 coats to help keep residents warm this winter
Charlie Munger wrote a column about career happiness for CNBC Make It before his death.
The Alberta government will allow dispatchers with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo to handle regional EMS calls, nearly three years after the calls were taken over by a centralized dispatch. The Wood Buffalo call centre will cover northeastern Alberta, and join the three other dispatch centres in Calgary, Edmonton and Peace River. Wood Buffalo Mayor Sandy Bowman said he is pleased the province has finally relented and allowed the region to handle its own EMS calls, something it did unt
The Hudson’s Hope RCMP have begun their ‘12 Days of Christmas Giving’ toy drive, an event started by the detachment over four years ago. Detachment Commander Cpl. Erich Schmidt says the concept for the drive was sparked by his daughter wanting to give away some of her toys to kids in the town who might not be able to receive Christmas presents due to hardships. “My wife came up with the idea of creating a toy drive for our town and in conjunction with the Hudson’s Hope RCMP and in partnership wi
Presenter says Britons who fund royals are entitled to know
“Allow us to see what’s really important,” the Rev. Wilbert Davis said as dozens joined the memorial for Delvin Ferrell, who died Monday after a fight at school.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Emirati president-designate for the upcoming United Nations COP28 climate talks forcefully denied Wednesday a report alleging his nation planned to use the summit to strike oil and gas deals. Sultan al-Jaber, who also leads the massive state-run Abu Dhabi National Oil Co., called the allegations from a BBC report “an attempt to undermine the work of the COP28 presidency” before the talks were set to begin on Thursday. The report cited what it described as “
NEW YORK (AP) — Billionaire Elon Musk said Wednesday that advertisers who have halted spending on his social media platform X in response to antisemitic and other hateful material are engaging in “blackmail” and, using a profanity, essentially told them to go away. “Don't advertise,” Musk said. He appeared to specifically call out Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger, saying, “Hey Bob, if you're in the audience ... that's how I feel." In an on-stage interview at The New York Times DealBook Summit, Musk
Daryl Hall has accused his longtime music partner John Oates of committing the “ultimate partnership betrayal” by planning to sell his share of the Hall & Oates duo's joint venture without the other's permission, Hall said in a court declaration supporting his lawsuit to keep the transaction paused. In the declaration filed Wednesday in a Nashville chancery court, Hall also lamented the deterioration of his relationship with and trust in his musical partner of more than a half-century. The joint venture in question includes Hall & Oates trademarks, personal name and likeness rights, record royalty income and website and social media assets, the declaration states.
TORONTO — Malachi Flynn raced around both of the courts at the OVO Athletic Centre, arms above his head for the final stretch, to the delight of Dennis Schroder and his other drilling partners at Toronto Raptors practice. Flynn had just "wiped the board," meaning he had hit five three-pointers from five different spots on the floor, then backtracked and hit five consecutive shots, one from each spot, to finish his practice early. "Dennis, he likes to do that so I had to take a page out of his bo
Families of victims in Burlington triple shooting arrive in Vermont
Jamie Dimon said Elon Musk is "brilliant" and has "pluses and minuses," while speaking at the DealBook conference.
At their Nov. 27 council meetings, both the City of Fort St. John and the City of Dawson Creek proclaimed November as “Adoption and Permanency Awareness Month” to highlight the needs of B.C. youth seeking permanent families. At Fort St. John city council, resident and foster parent Jamie Giesbrecht presented the proclamation with Lana Halston, a social worker for the Ministry of Children and Family Development. 1,960 of the children and youth in B.C. foster care are indigenous, explained Halston
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Joe Flacco took the first reps in practice for the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday, and it could happen again for their game against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Flacco was the backup quarterback this week, which would put the Super Bowl 47 MVP in line to start if rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson does not clear concussion protocol. “No reason to make any decisions just yet,” Stefanski said. “We’ll see how it goes.” Flacco signed with the Brown
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Trump has not publicly announced a running mate for the 2024 election. A Facebook video that claims otherwise provides no evidence.
Science behind icy sidewalks: How winter sun angles affect slickness of sidewalks, parking lots
A Texas man who went on Craigslist to call for the murder of Georgia election officials after the 2020 presidential election was sentenced on Wednesday to two years in prison, the U.S. Justice Department said. Chad Christopher Stark pleaded guilty Aug. 31 in federal court in the Northern District of Georgia to one count of sending a threat using a telecommunications device, and received the maximum sentence for the crime. “This sentence should serve as warning — illegal threats against the public servants who make our democracy work will be met with the full force of the Justice Department,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a press release.