Wirecard spikes on report SoftBank is considering an investment

Wirecard’s US-listed shares had a wild trading day on Tuesday. They fell 2% after a short-sale ban expired before spiking as much as 13% on the news that SoftBank was considering an investment. The German payments company has been under fire from short-sellers due to financial irregularities in its Asian business. Watch Wirecard trade live. Tuesday was a volatile trading day for the German payments company Wirecard. US-listed shares fell by as much as 2% Tuesday morning after a controversial ban on short sales expired. The ban was put in place by the German financial regulator BaFin as the company began to attract the interest of short-sellers due to financial… Read More

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China is a glittering prize for Western CEOs, but Google, Facebook and thousands of other big businesses fail there. Here are 9 tips that helped one startup exec succeed against the odds.

Mikkel Hippe Brun is the co-founder and SVP for APAC at Tradeshift. He just spent five years establishing the company’s presence in China and says he made every mistake possible along the way, including the ones he was warned about. China is arguably the world’s toughest market to break into, he writes — just ask Google, Facebook and thousands of other Western businesses that have failed here. But the potential upside is huge when you consider the company’s vast and expanding digital market. Here are 9 tips he says will help anyone who hopes to do business in China. One key piece of advice: Master the art of guanxi, the… Read More

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Adele & Simon Konecki: Cause of Their Split Revealed!

Last week, the world learned that Adele and Simon Konecki had separated after eight years together. Immediately, several big questions sprang to mind, not the least of which was, when can we expect the most epic breakup album of all time? We kid Adele out of love. No, what fans really wanted to know was how much will Adele be forced to pay Simon (Hint: it’s a lot), and what caused these two to call it quits. After all, it wasn’t so terribly long ago that Adele seemed to be head-over-heels for Simon, and vice-versa. But then again, a lot has happened in the eight years since Adele and Simon… Read More

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Snyder’s coaching flexibility pays dividends in big fourth-quarter rally to keep Jazz hopes alive

Utah Jazz head coach Quin Snyder yells during Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 22, 2019. The Jazz won 107-91. Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) grabs Utah Jazz forward Jae Crowder (99) as they celebrate winning Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 22, 2019. The Jazz won 107-91. Kristin Murphy, Deseret News …read more Source:: Deseret News – Sports News       

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NASA’s InSight spacecraft detects its first possible ‘marsquake’ on the Red Planet

An artistic rendering of NASA’s InSight lander with both of its main instruments deployed.” src=”https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/W6ZFD0zEhwfsCZjVie6ti2lqMMU=/109×0:1291×788/1310×873/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/63659975/22116_PIA22743_16x9.0.jpg”> NASA’s InSight lander, which has been sitting on the surface of Mars since November, just detected its first quake on the Red Planet. It’s a big first in the spacecraft’s ongoing mission to listen for rumblings coming from inside the planet. Unfortunately, the so-called “marsquake” was too small to help scientists learn more about Mars’ structure. But the event proves that Mars is seismically active and that InSight might be able to pick up more quakes in the future. Launched in May 2018, the InSight lander has a relatively simple goal: sit still on Mars… Read More

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Hillary Clinton says the Mueller report proved Trump would be indicted for obstruction of justice if he wasn’t president

Hillary Clinton on Tuesday said that based on the Mueller report President Donald Trump likely would’ve been indicted if he were “any other person.” Clinton cited the fact it’s against Justice Department guidelines to indict a sitting president, which special counsel Robert Mueller highlighted in his report. The former presidential candidate said impeachment should “be something undertaken in a really serious, diligent way, based on evidence.” NEW YORK CITY — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday argued that special counsel Robert Mueller’s report showed President Donald Trump would’ve been indicted for obstruction of justice if not for the fact he’s president and protected by Justice Department guidelines. “I… Read More

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A maid of honor says that she had to care for 90 goldfish that were purchased as wedding favors — here’s why experts warn against using animals as gifts

In a now-viral Reddit post in r/Bridezillas, a woman claims she was the maid of honor at a wedding where goldfish were the centerpiece, and were intended to be party favors, despite the couple not providing the proper vessels to take the fish home. She said one of her responsibilities was monitoring the nearly 90 fish to make sure they didn’t die. After the wedding was over, she said she had to take the fish home. Five years later, only one fish has survived. Experts agree: This is a terrible idea. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. From a woman who asked that everyone at her wedding eat vegan to… Read More

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Video: The week in boys soccer, softball and baseball

Davis forward Blake Hafen, left, and Layton defender Takum Hepworth leap int the air for a corner kick during soccer match at Layton High School in Layton on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Steve Griffin, Deseret News Deseret News’ Dusty Litster and Dane Stewart breakdown the highlights of the past week of spring sports. First they talk about the Deseret News Rewind Game of the Week (1:20) before tackling the state of 6A soccer (2:40), 5A soccer (5:55) and softball (9:20), including a crazy 21-20 match and the “longest 3-inning” game. Finally, they run down their quick hits from …read more Source:: Deseret News – Sports News       

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I tried Trader Joe’s $3 cauliflower gnocchi, and found it’s much more than a guilt-free alternative to pasta

Trader Joe’s sells cauliflower gnocchi that has become a fan-favorite item with shoppers. The packet says that it has just 140 calories per serving and promises that the cauliflower “masquerades as potato,” so it’s no wonder packages are flying off the shelves. Between the gnocchi’s limited availability and Twitter users’ extremely enthusiastic reviews, I was intrigued and decided to try Trader Joe’s best-seller for myself. The gnocchi were light, fluffy, and delicious, and easy to make. I’d recommend trying the cauliflower gnocchi regardless of whether you’re looking for a low-carb pasta substitute. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. Trader Joe’s cauliflower gnocchi has become a fan-favorite item with shoppers. The… Read More

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