That's according to a Senate GOP source familiar with the details on the legislation being released Thursday afternoon. Yet as the Senate Finance Committee unveiled its bill, a few stark differences emerged with the version approved by the House tax-writing committee, underscoring the challenges ahead in getting both chambers to agree on the complex and far-reaching legislation that would affect almost every American.
The retailer recorded a drop of 0.9 percent, compared to the decline of 0.2 percent expected by Thomson Reuters. In a Nutshell: Net income more than doubled, while sales fell slightly, mostly due to store closures, in the third quarter, at Macy's Inc.
Some executives at the companies are viewing the stipulation as a political barb aimed directly at CNN, which President Donald Trump has frequently demonized as " fake news ". If Time Warner decides to pull out of the AT&T deal and gets a better offer, it has to pay AT&T $1.73 billion. "I can now say that the timing of the closing of the deal is now uncertain ", he told an investor conference.
By 2023, Uber believes a paid, intra-city flying taxi could be up and running. UberAir differs from UberChopper, a helicopter service the company has in the past offered during events such as the Coachella music festival, or during summertime for trips between New York City and the Hamptons.
Yahoo revealed it suffered the largest hack in history, with hitting 3 billion accounts on the website . Yahoo had bumped its estimate of affected accounts from a previous 1B to all of them (3B in total). At the data breach hearing, which also featured the current and former CEOs of Equifax, Mayer was pressed on why it took so long to disclose the breach and how it could have underestimated the impact by billions of accounts.
He added that the company doesn't want "these individuals or groups to buy our pizza". I'm not just saying this to fall on the right side of history, as I have yet to meet a single person who has said , "Yes". The Daily Stormer , the site that couldn't find a domain host after celebrating the Charlottesville killing, celebrated CEO John Schnatter's seemingly racist finger-pointing in a story last Thursday that features a pie with a pepperoni swastika.