Audi admitted in November 2015 that its 3.0 litre V6 diesel engines were fitted with emissions control devices deemed illegal in the United States. As a reference, the controversy over Volkswagen erupted in September 2015, when it turned out that the company illegally equipped its cars with a software that underestimated the true level of emissions of harmful substances.
Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR) share price soared 2.69% or 0.07 points to reach at $2.67 during previous trading session. The third largest holder is Invesco Ltd., which now holds $116.27 million worth of this stock and that ownership represents almost 3.74% of its market capitalization.
The cloud computing company reported $1.61 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the Thomson Reuters' consensus estimate of $1.49 by $0.12. A number of institutional investors have recently added to or reduced their stakes in CTXS. The stock has a market capitalization of $12.82 billion, a price-to-earnings ratio of 24.05 and a beta of 1.63.
In the days after President Donald Trump's January 27 directive banning travel to the U.S.by citizens of seven-majority Muslim countries, about two dozen lawsuits were filed challenging its legality. District Judge James Robart to stop the new travel ban from taking effect on Thursday. It also suspends admission of refugees for 120 days. Joining in that new case are California, Maryland, Massachusetts , New York and Oregon .
Justice minister Heiko Maas and family minister Manuela Schwesig at a cabinet meeting last week. Heiko Maas said the voluntary efforts of social networks to tackle the problem had not gone far enough. It deleted only one percent of its flagged illegal content - the same as a year ago - and none of it was removed within 24 hours. As Germany's election campaign gathers pace ahead of the September 24 vote, Chancellor Angela Merkel's government is increasing pressure on social networks to ...
The Vallejo Police Department is reportedly investigating the arrest. However, the officer is seen on video repeatedly punching the suspect with his fists and flashlight while the suspect shouts "I am God, I am God". Though police trainer Don Cameron conceded that the video is hard to watch, he claimed that appropriate force was used. "When we're down on the ground, we want to get the person in custody as quickly as we can, and we use personal weapons".