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The firm now has a "sell" rating on the biopharmaceutical company's stock. Bristol Myers Squibb Co Com now has $105.80 billion valuation. Its down 4.24% from 1.36M shares previously. Boston Common Asset Management Llc, which manages about $24.33 billion and $802.30 million US Long portfolio, decreased its stake in Alphabet Inc Cap Stk Cl A by 643 shares to 2,557 shares, valued at $2.49M in 2017Q3, according to the filing.
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    General Motors' (GM) "Buy" Rating Reaffirmed at UBS AG

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    The Consumer Goods stock showed a change of -0.72% from opening and finally closed at $41.40 by scoring -1.43%. Winslow Evans & Crocker Inc. grew its position in shares of Ford Motor by 136.1% in the 4th quarter. The rating was maintained by UBS on Friday, July 24 with "Buy". As per Thursday, February 25, the company rating was maintained by Wedbush. Finally, Morgan Stanley reaffirmed an "equal weight" rating on shares of Ford Motor in a research report on Tuesday, November 28th.
  • North Dakota candidate quits Senate race; expects Cramer run

    North Dakota candidate quits Senate race; expects Cramer run

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    The paper cited a person close to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) who spoke to Cramer about the race. Cramer and his campaign have been largely mum about his intentions, but he told Forum News Service Tuesday he would be in Bismarck Friday.
  • (Olympics) Yun Sung-bin: 1st Asian to win medal in skeleton

    (Olympics) Yun Sung-bin: 1st Asian to win medal in skeleton

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    The most decisive Olympic skeleton champion ever is a 23-year-old who had no idea what he was doing on a sled a few years ago and now stands taller than anyone else in the sport. "I would like to thank all my team for helping me, encouraging me". "It is not my effort alone that got me this medal", he said. Russia's Nikita Tregubov was second at 3:22.18, followed by Britain's Dom Parsons at 3:22.20.
  • Zuma steps down as President of South Africa

    Zuma steps down as President of South Africa

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    South Africa´s parliament will hold a vote of no-confidence in President Jacob Zuma on Thursday, the ruling ANC party said , signalling its determination to eject him from office after days of stalemate. Police said the raid was in connection with a state-funded dairy farm, which prosecutors last month called a "scheme created to defraud and steal".
  • Velocity of NAFTA talks has meant restricted progress, Canada's high negotiator says

    Velocity of NAFTA talks has meant restricted progress, Canada's high negotiator says

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    Talks are going well, "particularly with the Mexicans", he said. Canada's chief NAFTA negotiator Steve Verheul speaks to the media during NAFTA talks Thursday, January 25, 2018 in Montreal. We need to continue to encourage trade with Canada, especially because of the huge economic benefits we see with our agriculture industry. "And trade works very well for Wisconsin", he said.
  • Scottish FA set to appoint McLeish as Scotland manager

    Scottish FA set to appoint McLeish as Scotland manager

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    The 59-year-old spent five years as Rangers manager after replacing Dick Advocaat and won two Scottish titles, two Scottish Cups and three Scottish League Cups at Ibrox. McLeigh last managed Scotland in 2008 and had an okay performance in which Scotland nearly qualified for the world cup, he left in 2011 where he achieved one of his highest honours when he won the League Cup in 2011 with Birmingham City.
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger joins the cast of 'Kung Fury'

    Arnold Schwarzenegger joins the cast of 'Kung Fury'

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    The film is a continuation of David Sandberg's short action-comedy that paid homage to '80s crime and martial arts films. Sandberg, who starred as well as created the original short , will return as the titular character Kung Fury , this time alongside Michael Fassbender .
  • Infantino and Putin Meet at Kremlin

    Infantino and Putin Meet at Kremlin

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    Retired Gen. Vladimir Shamanov, head of the defense committee in the lower house of Russia's parliament, said the government needs to oversee private military contractors. Stanislav Matveyev, said to be a slain mercenary in Syria, is shown in photos presented by his wife. Russian news agencies said Infantino offered his condolences to Putin over the tragedy.
  • Drama Surrounds Jamaican Bobsled Team in PyeongChang

    Drama Surrounds Jamaican Bobsled Team in PyeongChang

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    Jamaica's historic women's bobsleigh team will still participate at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics despite their preparation being thrown into chaos by the resignation of their coach, insists Dudley "Tal" Stokes . However, JBSF president Christian Stokes told Reuters she was a "hugely destructive force on the team". The former coach said she could not accept the demotion, adding that she had brought a lot to the team, going "beyond the call of duty", getting sponsors, equipment and ...
  • Melania Trump's Adviser Paid Millions by Trump Inaugural Committee, Which Shortchanged Charities

    Melania Trump's Adviser Paid Millions by Trump Inaugural Committee, Which Shortchanged Charities

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    Tax filings show that the cash went to WIS Media Partners of Marina del Rey, California, which was created by Stephanie Winston Wolkoff in December 2016, the New York Times reported . The inauguration committee was led by the president's longtime friend Thomas Barrack, who the president, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge, recently approached to see if he would be inclined to be his next Chief of Staff.
  • Duterte slammed over threat to shoot rebels in the genitals

    Duterte slammed over threat to shoot rebels in the genitals

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    The left-wing group Karapatan said today that President Rodrigo Duterte "has distinguished himself as a frothing-in-the-mouth fascist who incites the worst violations of global humanitarian law". But the New York-based Human Rights Watch has noted that estimates by local human rights and church groups place the death toll at up to 13,000 people, including those suspected to have been murdered by hired or vigilante killers.
  • Former teacher arrested in NYC bomb plot

    Former teacher arrested in NYC bomb plot

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    Christian Toro is also accused of distributing explosive materials to two individuals under the age of 21 in the Bronx, according to the complaint . It said Christian Toro then resigned, Tyler Toro returned the ex-teacher's school laptop and a technician found a document about explosives on it.
  • Florida shooting suspect charged with murder

    Florida shooting suspect charged with murder

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    A 19-year-old who had been expelled from his Florida high school was charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder on Thursday, after he unleashed a horrific shooting at his old school. Jereb said Cruz was "brought up" by another ROF member, but added that neither he nor anyone in ROF had directed Cruz to carry out the alleged crime.
  • Trump suggests Florida school shooting suspect is mentally ill

    Trump suggests Florida school shooting suspect is mentally ill

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    Just after 3 p.m. Wednesday, Michael Nembhard - a retiree who lives in Coral Springs, which sits just south of Parkland - was sitting in his garage watching the TV news when he heard an officer yell, "Get on the ground!" Students who knew him described a volatile teenager whose unusual behavior had caused others to end friendships with him.
  • Sweden truck attack: Isis supporter Rakhmat Akilov faces terror charges

    Sweden truck attack: Isis supporter Rakhmat Akilov faces terror charges

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    Prosecutor Hans Ihrman described how Mr Akilov drove a stolen beer truck into a crowd of shoppers on a busy shopping street outside an upscale department store in Stockholm's city center. He also wrote a list of potential targets to one contact, including a synagogue, a ferry transporting "sinners", and a nightclub. On February 12, he also googled " gay club in Stockholm ".
  • North Korea warms to South after visit, volume down on border propaganda

    North Korea warms to South after visit, volume down on border propaganda

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    A top U.S. Navy commander is the latest voice in the military to express skepticism over North Korea's recent charm offensive. Most of the North Koreans stayed at luxury hotels in Seoul and near the Olympics venue almost throughout their visit, including the five-star Grand Walkerhill in western Seoul that has previously hosted celebrities including Paris Hilton and Michael Jackson.
  • Brown orders flags to half-staff in honor of Fla. shooting victims

    Brown orders flags to half-staff in honor of Fla. shooting victims

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    Cruz was wearing an orange jumpsuit with his hands cuffed at his waist during the Thursday afternoon hearing. His lawyer did not contest the order and had her arm around Cruz during the brief court appearance. He legally purchased an AR-15 rifle about a year ago. "We are at the mercy of the weakest states, even when we have the strongest gun laws", he said.
  • Pakistan SC issues arrest warrant against ex-envoy to US

    Pakistan SC issues arrest warrant against ex-envoy to US

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    Such "political" warrants had not been honoured overseas in the past and it would not work now, he added. The Memogate scandal erupted in 2011 when Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz claimed to have received an "anti-army" memo from Haqqani, the then-Pakistan envoy in Washington DC, for U.S.
  • Boston Police Takes Flak for Black History Month Tweet

    Boston Police Takes Flak for Black History Month Tweet

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    Former city councilor Tito Jackson tweeted at police that "only in Boston " could this have happened and said it shows the department needs more diversity. A Police Department spokesman said Evans personally reached out to community leaders on Monday to express his apologies. In light of this tradition, Twitter users criticised the police department's choice to not feature a black figure, calling it "tone-deaf" and "out of touch".
  • Seoul to Pay $2.6Mln for Pyongyang's Participation in Olympics

    Seoul to Pay $2.6Mln for Pyongyang's Participation in Olympics

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    On the flight home, Pence told reporters that he appreciated Moon's transparency and perspective on North Korea, but reiterated that the US and South Korea would "continue to stand strong and to work in a coordinated way to bring maximum economic and diplomatic pressure on North Korea".
  • Statements Of Goa Government Expose Its 'Bhatkar' Mentality: Congress

    Statements Of Goa Government Expose Its 'Bhatkar' Mentality: Congress

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    Pointing out at the lack of hygiene, created especially by street vendors outside the state's biggest medical facility in Panaji , Parrikar said it costs less to stay clean. Last week, Vijai Sardesai made headlines over his statement in which he called most of the domestic tourists visiting Goa are "scum on the earth". Sardesai, who was speaking at the Goa BizFest in Bambolim, contradicted Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar's target of one crore tourists and asked the government to attract ...
  • Florida School Shooting: 17 Killed

    Florida School Shooting: 17 Killed

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    At least one person was gunned down on a street near the school. The sheriff's office confirmed at least 17 people died - 15-killed on site - two died later at the hospital. In addition to being a coach for the school, Feis worked as the school's security guard for eight years and took his job very seriously, former student Andrew Hofmann said according to the outlet.
  • 'General' Miguna speaks out as KOT applaud court's judgement

    'General' Miguna speaks out as KOT applaud court's judgement

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    Last week, Maraga sharply criticized the government for failing to comply with court orders in relation to the Miguna case and others. Mr Miguna however, with the help of a battery of lawyers, vowed to return to the country and sought the courts to declare his deportation illegal while also asking the government to be compelled to facilitate his unconditional return to his country of birth.