Lawyers for president’s son say cash was actually a truck loan
Rufus Sewell is engaged to his girlfriend Vivian Benitez – who is 30 years his junior. ‘The Holiday’ actor, 56, and the 26-year-old announced the news by posting two photographs of her wearing a huge sparkler on her left finger on Instagram, with one of the images also showing Rufus kissing her on the cheek. She captioned the set of snaps: “Till death (or him continuing to walk on bathmats with his outside shoes) do us part.” Vivian didn’t share details about the proposal, but she posted a photo
Cary Grant’s fourth wife Dyan Cannon says God keeps her looking young as she heads towards 90. The Oscar-nominated actress, who is set to turn 87 in January, had a stormy marriage to Hollywood icon Cary – who died in 1986 aged 82 – from 1965 to 1968. She told Page Six at The Paley Center for Media on Monday (04.12.23) about the secret to her longevity: “Praying, that’s what keeps me straight. I’m a big God girl. “After some of the things I’ve been through, I couldn’t make sense out of the world,
Sarah, Duchess of York’s infamous toe-sucking antics could be featured in a raunchy sequel to ‘The Crown’. Netflix’s hit royal drama has recently been slammed for featuring the death of Princess Diana in its sixth and final season, but its producer Andy Harries, 69, has revealed a follow-up to the show could include much “tawdrier” tales about royals – including Prince Andrew’s romance with US former actress Koo Stark. Andy told the ‘Have You Seen?’ podcast “many examples” of “fairly tawdry even
‘Game of Thrones’ actor Joseph Gatt has appeared in court after being charged with having sexually explicit conversations with a minor online. The 51-year-old actor was in court in Los Angeles on Monday (04.12.23) with his long-time girlfriend, actress Mercy Malick, and is set to face a preliminary court hearing in his case on 18 December which was ordered by LA Superior Court Judge Kim Nguyen. Joseph, who is free on $5,000 bail, was arrested in April 2022 by police who showed up at his home wit
The former co-anchors open up about their ouster for the first time in the debut episode of their podcast.
The UN says the situation in southern part of the territory is worsening dramatically.
VICTORIA, British Columbia, Dec. 05, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to BC Check-Up: Work, an annual report by the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia (CPABC) on labour market trends across the province, there were 233,100 Greater Victoria residents employed in November 2023, up 7.1 per cent from a year ago. “We saw some of the strongest employment growth in the province over the past year” said Simon Philp, FCPA, FCMA, Market Vice President at CIBC. “That said, gains were
The former prime minister is set to appear before the inquiry into the handling of the pandemic.
The market seems to be getting over its skepticism about the Cybertruck, among other positive developments.
Southfield, Michigan, Dec. 05, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Credit Acceptance Corporation (Nasdaq: CACC) (referred to as the “Company”, “Credit Acceptance”, “we”, “our”, or “us”) announced today that it priced $600.0 million aggregate principal amount of its 9.250% senior notes due 2028 (the “notes”) in its previously announced offering at an issue price of 100% of the principal amount of the notes. The $600.0 million aggregate principal amount of the notes represents an increase in the offering siz
2023 has been a turbulent year for the housing market as 30-year fixed mortgage rates flirt with 8% while housing prices continue rising. Housing Inventories and potential home buyers have dropped off as a result. Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather joins Yahoo Finance to discuss why the housing market may have some relief on the horizon and trends in the US housing market for 2024. "In the most likely scenario, we expect rates to come down to around 6.5-6% by the end of the year, which isn't a huge relief but it's enough to make hundreds of dollars of a difference for a potential homebuyer," Fairweather says. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
The US says it will impose visa bans on Israelis and some Palestinians over ongoing West Bank violence.
MORRISTOWN, N.J., December 05, 2023--Porzio, Bromberg & Newman was named the winner of the 2023 Financial Times Innovative Lawyers North America in Healthcare & Life Sciences award.
Eric Jiang, a 29-year-old entrepreneur, is seeking donations to help save his elderly parents’ home after they had fallen victim to an online investment scam. About the scam: In an interview with NextShark, Jiang shared that his 78-year-old father, Amos, and 73-year-old mother, Yan, fell into what is now being investigated as a nationwide scam that targets victims for high-level investments in an allegedly fictitious company called "UpUp Fashion" in New York City. What happened: According to Jiang, the scammers initially contacted his father on Aug. 3, claiming that a friend had suggested him as a potential tour guide or advisor on living in the U.S. Despite Amos' initial denial, they allegedly continued trying to befriend him, leading to conversations on WeChat and Line.
Credit card debt and delinquencies are rising, with some experts warning of a credit card crisis with the advent of holiday spending. Younger consumers are having to face a tough time as a Bank of America survey showed nearly three in four Gen-Zers have curbed their spending in response to higher inflation. VantageScore CEO Silvio Tavares joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the state of credit and purchasing amongst younger consumers and the turmoil they may face going forward. Tavares comments on the rise of 'buy now, pay later,' saying "what we're seeing is consumers shifting that spending to buy now, pay later...In three or four months there could be some concerning signs if we see that credit deterioration. The banks and credit card lenders have identified this trend and they're already pulling back. If you look at the end of October, we published a monthly report... what you are seeing is banks reducing the number of new accounts on credit. It was at 3% on a year-over-year basis. That's the lowest we have seen all year." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.
King Charles welcomed more than 500 diplomats for white tie event
Cybersecurity firm SentinelOne on Tuesday forecast third-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates and raised its annual revenue outlook, as cybersecurity spending remains strong. Firms have prioritized expenditure on cybersecurity, as sticky inflation and high interest rates forced them to cut back on spending elsewhere. "We're seeing strong demand for our cloud security and data (leak) solutions which combined grew triple digits," CEO Tomer Weingarten said on an earnings call, adding that its mainstay Singularity Platform continued to attract customers.
STORY: Wall Street’s main indexes ended mixed on Tuesday after fresh employment data boosted bets that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates as soon as March.The Dow shed two-tenths of a percent, the S&P 500 dipped fractionally and the Nasdaq added three-tenths.The Labor Department's JOLTS report showed job openings dropped in October to the lowest level since early 2021.Meanwhile, shares of interest rate-sensitive megacaps helped boost the Nasdaq, with Nvidia and Apple each gaining more than 2% as Treasury yields dipped to multi-month lows – something Michael Mullaney, Director of Global Markets Research at Boston Partners, calls “relatively remarkable” given that the 10-year Treasury yield spiked to more that 5% just over a month ago.“The other thing that's kind of, you know, head scratching for me, and I think for the firm, is the way Fed fund futures are operating right now, and that they are anticipating up to six different cuts in 2024 for the Federal Reserve. And I just don't see that happening. And you know, the Fed right now as far as their own dot plot is only at 2. It'll be interesting to see this on the 13th of December, when the Fed has their FOMC meeting, if they throw some cold water on these expectations in the in the Fed futures market.”On Friday, the non-farm payrolls report for November may offer greater clarity on the Fed’s monetary policy path.In other company news, shares of Take-Two Interactive Software dipped 0.5% after a trailer of the latest installment of its best-selling "Grand Theft Auto" videogame franchise was released.And shares of CVS Health jumped more than 3.5% after forecasting 2024 revenue above Wall Street estimates, as the company expects to benefit from its expansion into health services.
Bullish cryptocurrency sentiment is rising as bitcoin (BTC-USD) surpassed over $43,000 Tuesday afternoon, making an over 150% gain this year. However, due to the historic volatility of the asset, some investors remain cautious, but do they need to be? Devin Ryan, Citizens JMP Securities Director of Financial Technology Research and Head of Business Development, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the current state of crypto, investor sentiment for crypto, and why it may finally stabilize. Ryan explains why crypto is positioned to be taken more seriously than it was in the past: "I think we've been through a lot in the space over the past couple of years, whether it's FTX, or even some of the more recent regulatory issues that this space has dealt with. On one hand you absolutely have I think some of the hype, on the other hand you have $20 trillion dollars of really legitimate institutional asset managers sponsoring an ETF to actually bring crypto to the masses." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.