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SoftBank shares fall as value of portfolio companies plummets

SoftBank Group shares fell 8 per cent on Monday, their seventh consecutive day of losses, as mounting problems at its…

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Vegas News

Star bull rider’s condition updated after nasty fall at NFR

Veteran bull rider J.B. Mauney, who was briefly knocked unconscious and suffered facial lacerations while being bucked off during the…

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Vegas News

Warm Las Vegas fall to take a decidedly cooler turn next week

If you recall where your jacket or coat might be, you might want to get it ready for use soon.…

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United Kingdom

The best TV films: from Nicolas Cage in Kick-Ass to Idris Elba in The Harder They Fall

Some people were initially surprised by the idea of director Mike Leigh, famed for his semi-improvised films about working class…

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Business

Fall in jobless rate sets stage for swifter taper of Fed stimulus

A sharp drop in the US unemployment rate has set the stage for the Federal Reserve to accelerate the scaling…

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Vegas News

Celine Dion return might not happen until fall 2022

The Theater at Resorts World Las Vegas is officially a player on the Strip residency scene. Carrie Underwood’s smash-splash opening…

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Business

DocuSign, Olli’s fall; Marvell Technology, Smartsheet rise

Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Friday: DocuSign, Olli’s fall; Marvell Technology, Smartsheet rise ByThe Associated Press…

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Vegas News

Famously soggy Seattle sees its wettest fall on record

Ted S. Warren / Associated Press file People walk past a downed power pole blocking E. Madison St. in Seattle…

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Business

Drivers being ‘taken for a ride’ – RAC warning amid fears petrol prices will not fall

Speaking to Express.co.uk Paul Holland, managing director of UK Fuel at FLEETCOR, explained there was currently a huge amount of volatility in…

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Education

fall in love to win the hearts of international students

At a webinar on third-party providers, David Pilsbury from Oxford International Education Group put it succinctly: “We can be more agile.…

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