• (NASDAQ:HAIN) and United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X)
(NASDAQ:HAIN) and United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X)

Not to mention, this firm has nominated seven candidates to Hain Celestial's eight-member board. However the price at the close of last session was 8.31% higher than its 50-day moving average and 5.13% over its 200-day moving average. Its down 0.22, from 1.1 in 2016Q3. Hain Celestial Group Inc now has $4.32 billion valuation. The Hain Celes...

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  • Amazon Completes Acquisition of Souq.com
Amazon Completes Acquisition of Souq.com

The deal was first announced at the end of March. Just before Amazon .com and Souq.com announcing their tie-up in March, a last-minute, $800m bid for Souq.com was submitted by Emaar Malls, the shopping mall division of Emaar Properties, which subsequently bought a 51 per cent stake in online fashion retailer Namshi for $151m.

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  • Red Devils slay Giants to move second
Red Devils slay Giants to move second

Gareth O'Brien extended Salford's lead and the points were secured courtesy of Sa'u's second of the match, Greg Johnson and Ben Murdoch-Masila. They scored seven tries in a welcome antidote to a recent run of three straight league defeats, comfortably seeing off Huddersfield thanks to the mercurial playmaking skills of half-backs Robert Lu...

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  • Ferry canceled after passenger gangway breaks three windows
Ferry canceled after passenger gangway breaks three windows

After stopping to assess the situation, the ferry continued its run to Oak Bluffs and then made its last two scheduled runs for the night, according to the ferry line. The gangways in Woods Hole were inspected and the damaged one has been repaired. The vessel has returned to service and resumed its normal schedule.

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  • Fertility declines in men as well as women, study finds
Fertility declines in men as well as women, study finds

The study was an analysis of all IVF cycles performed at a large IVF centre in the Boston region between 2000 and 2014, a total of nearly 19,000 cycles performed in 7753 couples. "We found similar results among couples with no documented male infertility, so something else is happening". The findings contradict the idea that male fertility goes o...

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  • Tencent to limit game play for younger mobile gamers
Tencent to limit game play for younger mobile gamers

TENCENT announced yesterday that it will limit the daily time for youngsters to play its popular King of Glory game after parents and schools in Shanghai and other areas complained their children had become addicted to playing it. Also, following complaints that children are spending too much money on the game, Tencent said it will add a new func...

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  • Family: Frates back in hospital
Family: Frates back in hospital

On Monday, the page posted an update saying he is now "resting comfortably", but still in the hospital. Pete Frates, the MA man who inspired the viral Ice Bucket Challenge , is very much alive, despite an erroneous report on Twitter early Monday morning.

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  • Ferrellgas Partners, LP (NYSE:FGP) Given Coverage Optimism Rating of 0.30
Ferrellgas Partners, LP (NYSE:FGP) Given Coverage Optimism Rating of 0.30

On November 1 the company was upgraded to "Neutral" from " and a price target of $8.00 was set in a report issued by Citigroup. KCG Holdings Inc. purchased a new stake in shares of Ferrellgas Partners, L.P. The propane and related equipment sales segment consists of the distribution of propane and related equipment and supplies. 09/28/2016 - Ferr...

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  • Kohli, Yuvraj fixed Champions Trophy final, claims Indian politician
Kohli, Yuvraj fixed Champions Trophy final, claims Indian politician

He also called for a probe into India's performance in the finals of the recently concluded Champions Trophy against arch-rivals Pakistan as it appeared to be "fixed". Old and useless bulls and cows are a liability to farmers, who make some money selling them to those who make living on their hides. The chief minister also belongs to the region.

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  • ANC policy conference will lead to something wonderful, says Jacob Zuma
ANC policy conference will lead to something wonderful, says Jacob Zuma

Zuma was addressing members of the media after taking a tour of the exhibition stands on the sidelines of the ANC policy conference on Monday. "I think these are matters we need to discuss very seriously as ANC because it is a counter to democracy - you can't do anything".

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  • More nurses leaving the profession than joining, say figures
More nurses leaving the profession than joining, say figures

The NMC surveyed 4500 nurses and midwives to find out why they were leaving and while many cited retirement, poor working conditions was close to follow. Verification requests are an important indicator of the numbers of nurses and midwives who have left or may intend to leave the United Kingdom to work in a different country.

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  • Woman abandons livestream after accidentally eating poisonous leaves
Woman abandons livestream after accidentally eating poisonous leaves

Vlogger's birthing video goes viral. Zhang realised that she had done something wrong when the taste of the plant instantly changed into a bitter tonic which made her mouth numb and made her inner system feel like it was on fire. Agave Plant looks slightly similar to aloe vera but it is harmful for human consumption, as per US FDA guidelines. Ag...

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  • More than 2000 workers flee Thailand after labor crackdown
More than 2000 workers flee Thailand after labor crackdown

Undocumented migrants are sometimes subject to exploitation by employers and cases of forced labor have been found by the media and Thailand's foreign trade partners. Myanmar workers return home after employers in Tak dare not hire them as the executive decree on foreign workers , which took effect on June 23, imposes tougher punishments for emplo...

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  • Ceasefire Extended in Sudan's War Zones
Ceasefire Extended in Sudan's War Zones

Sudan previously announced short-term truces in these regions in June and October 2016, after which fighting eased in the southern Blue Nile and Kordofan but carried on in Darfur. Last April, the Sudanese Council of Ministers extended the unilateral cessation of hostilities in war zones for six months. The Sudanese army has been fighting the Suda...

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  • Pope asks for parents' wishes to be respected in Charlie Gard case
Pope asks for parents' wishes to be respected in Charlie Gard case

At just 11 months, Gard suffers from a rare degenerative brain disease called infantile onset encephalomyopathic mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, or MDDS. Sunday's protest, which began at Buckingham Palace and was quickly moved by police to outside Downing Street, was organized by 17-year-old Alex Nagel, a London resident.

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  • Kittel's Tour win contrasts with cycling's dirty past
Kittel's Tour win contrasts with cycling's dirty past

Also involved were GC hopefuls Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale) and Richie Porte (BMC Racing). "I have no injuries thankfully". "I just lost a little bit of skin on my backside, but yeah, that's the nature of the race, we knew there were slippery conditions".

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  • United Airlines flight lands with engine on fire at Denver airport
United Airlines flight lands with engine on fire at Denver airport

Syed also said no one was hurt and that the Denver Fire Department was quick to respond to the emergency. Airport officials say all passengers were evacuated safely and there were no reported injuries. "Huge thanks to pilot and crew for helping get passengers off safe", he tweeted. Another passenger, lawyer Rabia Chaudry, wrote: "Everyone is ...

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  • Jet Airways' official arrested for grabbing government land
Jet Airways' official arrested for grabbing government land

Akash Tomar, Superintendent of Police (City), said Avneet Singh Bedi was arrested from his residence at Panchsheel Park around 12.35 am. A detailed report submitted by the revenue clerk states that the said land alongside GT road in Chikamberpur village on Delhi border is worth over Rs 70 crore.

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  • Record low number of smokers in the South East
Record low number of smokers in the South East

Cancer Research UK said there are 1.9 million fewer smokers in Britain than before the smoking ban was introduced. The drop in smokers means there are now around 8,300,000 adult smokers in Britain, Cancer Research UK said in a statement on Saturday.

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  • Obamacare: Trump tweets repeal now, replace later
Obamacare: Trump tweets repeal now, replace later

Rep. James Clyburn, D-South Carolina, who was the House majority whip in charge of rounding up votes for the legislation back then. "Sometimes on deadlines we still don't get things done", he added. The Senate bill originated from a group of 13 male Republican Senators including majority leader Sen. The president ran on repeal and replace. Both h...

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