Day: May 2, 2018

Spotify’s 1st report as public company flops on Wall Street

Spotify’s first quarterly report as a public held company struck the wrong note with investors, even though its music-streaming service hit the subscriber growth target set by management just before its stock began trading. About four million more subscribers began paying for Spotify during the first three months of the year. The gains announced Wednesday […]

Los Angeles FC sign Adama Diomande from Hull

Los Angeles Football Club have signed forward Adama Diomande from Hull City before the International Transfer Window deadline. Diomande re-unites with his former manager Bob Bradley who coached the 28-year-old in 2015 at Stabaek IF in Norway. The Norwegian leaves Hull before the end of the English football season after playing just 19 times for […]

On The Debate… Paul Merson, Craig Bellamy and more

The Debate returns to Sky Sports Premier League this week, as more guests dissect the big football talking points. The panel will be discussing the Champions League and Europa League semi-final second legs involving Liverpool and Arsenal, as well as the survival battle at the bottom of the Premier League. The Debate May 2, 2018, […]

How to protect yourself from bug bites this summer

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported this week that illnesses from tick, mosquito and flea bites have tripled over the past several years. More than 640,000 patients came down with diseases transmitted by bites from these three types of insects between 2004 and 2016. Dr. Lyle Peterson, the report’s lead author, fears […]

Damascus Files Complaint to UN After US-Led Coalition Airstrikes – Reports

Damascus Files Complaint to UN After US-Led Coalition Airstrikes – Reports © Sputnik / Mikhail VoskresenskiyMiddle East20:56 02.05.2018(updated 21:00 02.05.2018) Get short URL142 MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Syrian Foreign Ministry has submitted a letter of complaint to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the United Nations Security Council president in the wake of the airstrikes carried […]

Breast Cancer Screening Error May Have Killed 270 British Women

Breast Cancer Screening Error May Have Killed 270 British Women © REUTERS / Edgard GarridoSociety21:35 02.05.2018(updated 21:47 02.05.2018) Get short URL 0 01 Women in England between the ages of 50 and 70 are usually invited for breast cancer screening every three years. The IT failure meant that the women affected missed out on a […]

US Christian Company Forced to Return Looted Iraqi Artifacts

US Christian Company Forced to Return Looted Iraqi Artifacts © AP Photo/ Sue OgrockiSociety22:37 02.05.2018Get short URL 0 0 0 Hobby Lobby, an Oklahoma-based national arts and crafts chain, will have to return to Iraq the 5,500 ancient Iraqi artifacts it bought in 2010 from dealers from Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and […]