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The first half of 2022 was one for the record books, with both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite closing it out in bear market territory. With that as a backdrop, shares of Snowflake (NYSE: SNOW) and Okta (NASDAQ: OKTA) each gained 8.9% in June, while Atlassian (NASDAQ: TEAM) climbed 5.7%, bucking the flagging market. With the first half of 2022 over, market participants are beginning to take stock of their holdings, and the results are mostly abysmal.
Jerry Harris admitted soliciting sex from minors and pressuring young boys to send him nude photos and videos.
Pathbreaking study of experts in tea and related industries confirms fears about climate change. Firsd Tea 2022 Sustainability Perspectives Report Pathbreaking study of experts in tea and related industries confirms fears about climate change. Princeton, NJ, July 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- New Firsd Tea report confirms fears about climate change. A new report from Firsd Tea, the largest importer of Chinese tea in the U.S., finds 80% of professionals in tea and related industries worry about th
Neal Skupski and doubles partner Desirae Krawczyk battled their way through to a second consecutive mixed doubles final at Wimbledon.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Hurricane Bonnie weakened slightly Wednesday after becoming the first major storm of the eastern Pacific season while off southern Mexico, though it wasn’t a threat to land. Bonnie was moving farther away from Mexico’s Pacific coast four days after crossing Central America as a tropical storm from the Caribbean and dropping heavy rain, contributing to at least two deaths. Forecasters said they expected the hurricane, which briefly was a Category 3 storm Tuesday, to head genera
The veteran-owned brand sells “AK-47 Espresso Blend” and “Silencer Smooth Roast”
Cushman & Wakefield, which appraised several properties belonging to Donald Trump, on Wednesday appealed "each and every part" of an order finding it in contempt of court related to subpoenas in a civil probe into whether the former U.S. president manipulated asset values. Justice Arthur Engoron of a New York state court in Manhattan had on Tuesday found Cushman, one of the world's largest real estate companies, in contempt and imposed a $10,000-a-day fine starting on July 7. He chastised Cushman for waiting until after its latest deadline to seek more time to comply with New York Attorney General Letitia James' subpoenas, saying it "has only itself to blame if it chose to treat the looming deadlines cavalierly."
Boris Johnson’s premiership has been rocked by the resignation of multiple members of his government, including two of his most senior Cabinet ministers within moments of each other. With a leadership contest on the horizon, who are the runners and riders who could replace him? The Telegraph takes a look at the Tory leadership odds.
Deputies pursued the man until he tried to take a shortcut off an off-ramp, according to police.
VANCOUVER — The national youth council co-chair for the Assembly of First Nations says politics and squabbling around leadership are getting in the way of Indigenous topics that matter most. Rosalie LaBillois says the youth council has been left to fend for itself on issues like child welfare as executives and the national chief dominate the annual meeting with leadership woes. The assembly's executive voted to suspend National Chief RoseAnne Archibald last month pending results of investigation
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said Wednesday that his main campaign committee raised $3.8 million in the two months ended June 30, but heavy spending leading up to the Republican's blowout primary win meant that Kemp's total amount of cash on hand continued to decline. Kemp spokesman Cody Hall said the incumbent's main campaign committee had $6.4 million on hand. That reflects spending of more than $8 million before and just after the May 24 primary when Kemp thrashed former U.S. Sen. D
Prime Video subscribers received a special gift from Amazon today: an exclusive, 60-second sneak peek at the upcoming series, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. The new teaser features Middle-earth inhabitants of all sorts staring up as a comet blazes across the sky. Onlookers include the elves Galadriel, Elrond, High King Gil-Galad […]
Shares of Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ: RIVN) jumped on Wednesday after the electric truck maker announced its much-awaited vehicle production and delivery figures. In Rivian's report, it said that it manufactured 4,401 electric vehicles (EVs) at its Illinois plant in the second quarter. It also delivered 4,467 electric vehicles during the period.
Arkansas date to apply for energy bill assistance gets pushed back
The 21-year-old suspect in the mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in suburban Chicago that left seven dead and more than 30 wounded is an aspiring rapper with an apparent trail of violent social media posts that investigators are combing through. Multiple law enforcement officers detained Robert "Bobby" Crimo III at gunpoint following a car chase hours after Monday's massacre in the North Shore town of Highland Park. Investigators are poring over social media posts on numerous platforms, including Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube and Discord, which they believe are associated with Crimo.
Carlos Santana's Wednesday show in Pennsylvania has been postponed to a later date after the rock legend collapsed on stage at a Michigan show.
PM forced into further reshuffle in desperate bid to cling on, as No 10 source calls Gove ‘a snake’
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson is "known for wanting a granular level of detail," the city's former transportation general manager John Manconi told a public inquiry last week as lawyers queried about just how involved the mayor was in the launch of the city's light rail transit system. Watson himself told lawyers under oath in April that he was "in the crow's nest looking out 30,000 feet" and didn't get into the details of the Confederation Line. Now, a chain of hundreds of messages sent on WhatsApp i
The fee forestry companies pay the New Brunswick government to harvest timber on Crown lands is set to go up by 30 per cent. It's part of promised changes the province is making to its Crown timber royalty fee system, which are expected to result in an additional $50 million this fiscal year once it takes effect later this month, said Natural Resources and Energy Development Minister Mike Holland. Holder had already revealed his change in direction on the issue of royalties, but the details had
Former Cheer star Jerry Harris will go to prison for 12 years for coercing adolescent boys to send him sexually explicit photos and soliciting sex from minors. The judge handed down the sentence in a Chicago federal court on Wednesday. Prosecutors sought 15 years while Harris's attorneys asked for a sentence of six years. The 22-year-old reality star faced up to 50 years in prison.