Endgame Domains Redirect to Once Upon A Deadpool In Epic Troll Move

Endgame Domains Redirect to Once Upon A Deadpool In Epic Troll Move

Slow clap for the maximum effort that went into this trolling. Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds is supposedly not behind this, although it is definitely his style. Maybe another Deadpool filmmaker is involved, or perhaps just a big fan. There’s definitely an intriguing story here. A Twitter user called @AGuyInChair tweeted this yesterday, a few hours after the first Endgame trailer dropped: The Hollywood Reporter reached out to the “Guy” via DMs. The user said he…

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Israel’s Lebanon border operation seen as a political move by embattled Netanyahu

Israel’s Lebanon border operation seen as a political move by embattled Netanyahu

Meanwhile, Netanyahu has come under some scrutiny for the timing and publicity of the announcement, which his critics say stems from his desire to distract from weeks of negative press. Local newspaper Haaretz and opposition politicians have called it “Operation Netanyahu Shield.” “I think the IDF activity on the border with Lebanon is dictated by military need, not by politics,” Shapland said. “But the extent of the media coverage of that activity is dictated by…

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Crude oil’s next move depends on Saudi Arabia and Trump

Crude oil’s next move depends on Saudi Arabia and Trump

Last month was crude oil’s worst in a decade, battered by supply concerns and global politics. West Texas Intermediate, or U.S. crude, lost 21 percent in November, tumbling to its lowest level in a year and logging its worst performance since October 2008. After sinking below $50, the days ahead could bring some relief, according to Helima Croft, global head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets. This week, the cartel of oil producing nations…

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Barratt CEO calls on lawmakers to move forward with Brexit

Barratt CEO calls on lawmakers to move forward with Brexit

Brexit uncertainty is “unhelpful” for those seeking to buy a home and the U.K. Parliament needs to move forward with the country’s departure from the EU, the CEO of the U.K.’s largest housebuilder by volume told CNBC Thursday. The industry has struggled with the uncertainty surrounding the process of leaving the European Union, mostly when it comes to house purchases. Some buyers believe that prices should be lower due to the lack of clarity as…

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Move Over Star Wars, Epcot Is Also Getting A Ton Of New Stuff At Walt Disney World

Move Over Star Wars, Epcot Is Also Getting A Ton Of New Stuff At Walt Disney World

2019 is a big year for Walt Disney World because Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is finally opening, but that’s hardly the only new thing on the horizon. Galaxy’s Edge is happening at Disney’s Hollywood Studios after all, and there are three other theme parks at Walt Disney World that need to be taken into consideration. It turns out that Epcot has a lot of new stuff planned as well and while it might not have…

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Treasury yields move higher as investors await economic data

Treasury yields move higher as investors await economic data

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note which moves inversely to price, was higher at around 3.0609 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at 3.3113 percent. U.S. bond markets resume trading after market participants observed the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday. However, Friday’s session is scheduled to be abbreviated with fixed-income trading set to end at 2 p.m. ET. On the data front, investors are likely to closely monitor…

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After rape case filed by Vinta Nanda, Alok Nath’s lawyer to move court over false charge

After rape case filed by Vinta Nanda, Alok Nath’s lawyer to move court over false charge

‘); }); A month ago, veteran actor Alok Nath was accused of rape by writer Vinta Nanda. It was reported that after a month, Mumbai Police registered an FIR against Alok Nath under section 376 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). In her complaint which was filed on October 17, Vinta Nanda had alleged that she was drugged and raped by Alok Nath 19 years ago when they were working on a TV show named…

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Treasury yields move higher as investors await economic data

Treasury yields move higher as investors await economic data

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at around 3.0810 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at 3.3270 percent. It comes after a second consecutive session of sharp losses on Wall Street, as energy shares dropped with oil prices, while retailers including Target and Kohl tumbled after weaker-than-expected earnings and forecasts. Nonetheless, a recent bout of global selling has helped the…

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Netflix for iOS Gets New Playback Controls to Move Content 10 Seconds Forward, Back

Netflix for iOS Gets New Playback Controls to Move Content 10 Seconds Forward, Back

Netflix for iOS has been updated with a bunch of useful features, including new buttons to move the content 10 seconds forward and back. There is also a dedicated button to get to the next episode in a Netflix series. Additionally, the Netflix app development team has improved the existing controls on its iOS app by enhancing the play/ pause button and adding labels to quickly pick an episode. The latest Netflix app for iOS…

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British fintech firms just want to move on from Brexit uncertainty

British fintech firms just want to move on from Brexit uncertainty

London has been called the financial technology (fintech) capital of the world. Consultancy KPMG found $16 billion was invested in the United Kingdom’s fintech market in the first six months of the year, outpacing China and the United States. London alone is home to 80 percent of the country’s estimated 1,600 fintech companies, according to audit firm EY. But like many industries across the U.K., the British fintech sector is facing questions about what business…

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Treasury yields move higher as investors await auctions

Treasury yields move higher as investors await auctions

At around 05:45 a.m. ET, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves inversely to price, was higher at around 3.0847 percent, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at 3.3435 percent. Market focus is largely attuned to Sino-U.S. trade developments, amid conflicting signals over the prospects of thawing tensions between Washington and Beijing. President Donald Trump said Friday that he may not impose further tariffs on Chinese goods,…

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DeepMind Health move to Google concerns health privacy advocates

DeepMind Health move to Google concerns health privacy advocates

DeepMind, the Alphabet subsidiary focused on health and AI, announced in a company blog post on Tuesday that its health group will be absorbed by Google. That news comes just days after Google disclosed plans to form a new, centralized health unit at its Silicon Valley, California headquarters led by David Feinberg, a physician and former hospital executive. As part of the move, Google will now manage the Streams app that DeepMind created. Streams is…

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GM to offer buyout to some workers in cost-cutting move

GM to offer buyout to some workers in cost-cutting move

General Motors is offering buyouts to salaried workers to help cut costs, Dow Jones reported Wednesday. About 18,000 employees are eligible. The company said it is making the move now to take advantage of the strong economy and its own healthy performance. The largest U.S. automaker reported better-than-expected earnings Wednesday, fueled by strong sales of trucks and crossovers in North America. GM was not immediately available for comment. The automaker is making the cuts in…

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With tech down, surprise move could lead stocks higher

With tech down, surprise move could lead stocks higher

The stock market can “absolutely” go higher even without technology stocks leading the way, Wharton School finance professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Friday. Tech stocks, which have delivered the best returns in recent years, have been hammered lately. October was their worst month since 2008. “We might get surprised by [investors] moving into some more dividend stocks even in a rising interest rate environment because bonds wouldn’t be good and people who don’t want…

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