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Kate Spade Sales Climb Amid Retail Weakness

Vetr cut Kate Spade & Co. from a strong-buy rating to a buy rating and set a $20.75 price objective on the stock.in a research note on Tuesday, September 13th. Net revenues raised 22% in the third quarter of 2016 to $1.47 billion contrast with net revenues of $1.20 billion in the prior year's period. The EPS of company is strolling at 0.69.

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Blue Dragon Joins Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Even while the recently launched Xbox One S provides an upgrade to the Xbox One , Project Scorpio is Microsoft's attempt to mark a new beginning in today's console gaming space. EA CFO Blake Jorgensen said that the company ended fiscal year 2016 with digital amounting to around 24 percent of all game sales. As of the moment, Sony and Microsoft are now concentrating on 4K systems and VR gaming compatibility.

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Mystery rivets media: Kim Kardashian deleting Facebook posts

No fleshy selfies of her cleavage or world-famous behind. However, fans are still waiting to hear a more personal message from the now-reclusive reality star , possibly addressing her ordeal or her subsequent hiatus from social media .

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Some Uber, Lyft drivers racially discriminate

The two-year study was conducted by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford and the University of Washington. "This discrimination is cultural and is found everywhere we conducted the study ", said researcher Stephen Zoepf.

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Nikkei climbs as rising yields help financials; Topix rebalance b

The Nikkei was the bright spot Friday during a generally downbeat day for Asian markets, amid yen weakening and as gains in global government bond yields lifted Japanese financials. It has gained 1.4 percent this week. Among other precious metals, silver was down 0.1 percent to $17.58 an ounce, while platinum shed 0.5 percent to $957.74.

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Britain to Spend 1.9 Billion Boosting Cyber Defences

They included "threats to our data, to our IP (intellectual property), to our military secrets, to our financial information and perhaps most of all to our infrastructure itself". The only disappointment said Rogoyski, "is the failure to recognise that cyber-space is invented, implemented and run by worldwide businesses, not governments - there is a strong need to work more closely with global technology companies in order to really deliver our digital future in a way that is safer and more ...