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1. How to get 1000's of subscribers in a week FREE

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How to get 1000's of subscribers in a week FREE

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2. Canada Letter: The Land Where Trade Talks Make Headlines

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Canada Letter: The Land Where Trade Talks Make Headlines

Canada Letter: The Land Where Trade Talks Make Headlines Read: Trump Talks Tough on China and Mexico, but Trade Actions Hit Canada Read: How the Trump Administration Is Doing Renegotiating Nafta Read: U.S. Slaps Duties on Canadian Jet, Raising Trade Tensions Read: In Trump Era, Boeing Trade Case Boils Over Into ‘Multicountry Feud’ Read: In Trade Actions, Trump Embraces Unpredictability Nearly 30 years after it made Julia Roberts a star, the film "Pretty Woman" is making its way to a stage on Broadway. Read: Nothing Is Too Strange for Cities Wooing Amazon to Build There The podcast version of The Times’s Modern Love column will be part of Toronto’s Hot Docs Podcast Festival on Oct. 15. Get Ready Canadian cities have been actively wooing Jeff Bezos, the leader of Amazon, to get him to establish a second headquarters for the retailing giant in their areas. A native of Windsor, Ontario, Ian Austen was educated in Toronto, lives in Ottawa and has reported about Canada for The New York Times for over a decade. In the United States, which initiated this vast shuffling of bureaucrats from North American capital to North American capital, trade tends to take a back seat to other policy and political issues.


3. By REUTERSAPRIL 26, 2017

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By REUTERSAPRIL 26, 2017

By REUTERSAPRIL 26, 2017 VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Serena Williams said she had no intention of sharing her pregnancy with the world last week, but she accidentally uploaded the “20 weeks” photo of herself on Snapchat, the world number one said on Tuesday. “I had to really take all that energy and put it in a paper bag, so to say, and throw it away.” Williams, who will not play for the rest of the 2017 season, said there was no change to her plan to return to the tour as a mother next year. “I have this thing where I’ve been checking my status and taking pictures every week to see how far along I’m getting,” Williams said in an onstage chat with Gayle King. “I definitely plan on coming back; I’m not done yet,” said Williams, who credited her 36-year-old sister Venus for inspiration. “I’ve been so good about it, but this was the one time it slipped.” Williams said she found out she was pregnant two days before the Australian Open in January, which she went on to win for her 23rd Grand Slam singles title. “You hear all these stories about people when they’re pregnant — they get sick, they get really tired, really stressed out.


4. Gary Sanchez Shrugs Off Suggestion He’s Not Worthy of Derby

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Gary Sanchez Shrugs Off Suggestion He’s Not Worthy of Derby

Gary Sanchez Shrugs Off Suggestion He’s Not Worthy of Derby By WALLACE MATTHEWSJULY 5, 2017 Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez had a simple message for Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Logan Morrison, who had questioned Sanchez’s qualifications for inclusion in the home run derby next week: “Don’t blame me.” That’s something I have no control of,” Sanchez added before the Yankees played the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday afternoon. “It’s not my fault that he didn’t get selected.” Get the big sports news, highlights and analysis from Times journalists, with distinctive takes on games and some behind-the-scenes surprises, delivered to your inbox every week. “They gave me a call, invited me to participate, and I told them, ‘Well, I don’t even know if I’m making the All-Star Game. So, I don’t know if I will have the opportunity to attend the derby.’” In the end, Sanchez was picked as an All-Star reserve and will be in the derby on Monday, the day before the game.


5. Get Ready to Buy the Dip on These Strong Stocks (JCOM, GSM)

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Get Ready to Buy the Dip on These Strong Stocks (JCOM, GSM)

Get Ready to Buy the Dip on These Strong Stocks (JCOM, GSM) The weekly indicator remains in active sell mode, requiring a few more sessions to reach an oversold technical reading, predicting additional basing action followed by a bounce that could confirm the breakout. The decline has settled on top of the 50-day EMA and support from the prior trading range (red line) while the daily Stochastics oscillator has hit the oversold level. Weekly Stochastics crossed higher from the oversold level last week, but the stock won’t issue a traditional buying signal until it rallies off support. Daily Stochastics is coming off the oversold level while the weekly reading remains in a strong buy cycle, which makes sense after the vertical rally wave. Daily and weekly Stochastics set to 5-3-3 assist entries into these falling knives, identifying when they reach oversold levels that favor strong bounces. Strong technical skills are needed to identify these low-risk levels, while strong risk management skills are needed to reduce risk if proven wrong. Pullback traders don’t need to wait for that event as long as they’re willing to play a lower time frame pattern while utilizing a tight stop to reduce risk.


6. The Fate of Tech Stocks Rests With Amazon

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The Fate of Tech Stocks Rests With Amazon

The Fate of Tech Stocks Rests With Amazon But for the next week or so, fundamentals are likely to be the driver of the market, and Amazon is the bellwether that everyone is watching this earnings season for two big reasons: First, Amazon’s valuation has steadily risen: The stock’s Price/Book ratio is around 22.9, compared with its own five-year average of 17.1; Price/Sales is 3.5, compared with its own average of 2.2; and Price/Cash Flow is 30 compared with its own average of 27.7. Second, with Amazon shares trading above $1,000, investors are going to scrutinize every morsel from the second-quarter earnings report on Thursday, and any disappointment is likely to send shares lower with the rest of tech stocks following suit. Especially noteworthy is the negative divergence between Monday’s high and the high from early June: The Relative Strength Index (RSI) made a lower high, indicating that the recent rally may be weaker than previous ones. Given the rise in valuations this year, specifically in Amazon, which is scheduled to report earnings on Thursday, any negative news is likely to have greater weight than usual. Find the best broker for your trading or investing needs Early this week, Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. (GOOGL​) reported second-quarter earnings that disappointed, and shares suffered on Tuesday. A look at the chart of the PowerShares QQQ ETF (QQQ), which tracks the top 100 stocks on the Nasdaq composite, shows a growing risk of a bearish reversal.


7. DDos Like A Pro - Take Down Minecraft Servers And More

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DDos Like A Pro - Take Down Minecraft Servers And More

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8. How to get a lot of Facebook SUBSCRIBERS. Legit and Free

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How to get a lot of Facebook SUBSCRIBERS. Legit and Free

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9. Quick Internet Marketing Tips For Your Business

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15. How to get 600-1000 visitors in one hour everyday!

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16. “I’m so excited to carry the momentum into this week and kick off the tournament.”

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“I’m so excited to carry the momentum into this week and kick off the tournament.”

“I’m so excited to carry the momentum into this week and kick off the tournament.” The team’s first skate on Wednesday evening, she added, “was electric, very energetic, awesome practice.” Monique Lamoureux-Morando said groups of players have been training and skating on their own to maintain conditioning and competitiveness since the planned boycott was announced two weeks ago. players as well as representatives from several other top sports leagues, celebrities and Billie Jean King, who fought for equal pay for women’s tennis players long before any of the women’s hockey players were born. “We only have two days to prepare, but we’ve been doing everything at home to be ready, so we’re not that concerned about only having two days together as a team,” she said. “What we just went through is just going to elevate our game that much more,” said Duggan, who led the push for more financial, marketing and training assistance from U. S.A. Hockey. U. S.A. Hockey acquired the rink in 2015 as a home for the development program, which fields two teams of players under the age of 18. “Every time it’s a lot of pride and it’s a hard game,” she said, “and it’s the most fun game.” A version of this article appears in print on March 31, 2017, on Page B9 of the New York edition with the headline: Ready to Deliver Checks After Finally Getting Paid.


17. Basic Economy: Pay the Same, Get Less?

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Basic Economy: Pay the Same, Get Less?

Basic Economy: Pay the Same, Get Less? Because United begins offering basic economy on some Los Angeles-to-Minneapolis routes in mid-April, we show prices for both on the same days of the week and same times – but before and after the introduction of basic economy: Trip #1: Before Basic Economy Kicks In Trip #2: After Basic Economy Kicks In Of course, prices are always changing, and this example does not mean basic economy is always a deal. Earlier this week, an NPR reporter found that basic economy on the seven routes where United Airlines is offering it, starting April 18, showed "the lowest basic economy fares are the same as the lowest standard economy fares before April 18." I think legacy airlines are treating basic economy the same way as they treat the most popular destinations for awards travel for miles members: There are very few seats, and they are difficult to find and book (think seats to Hawaii, London or Rome in summer). I’ve written before about the spread of basic economy class, which is now in place – or on the way – at the big three legacy carriers (American, Delta, United). When they don’t have to compete for cheap seats, they may just go with their current normal cheapest prices and call that basic economy, as the NPR reporter found. Perhaps the best way to explain it is by using a metaphor: Think of basic economy seats as awards travel.


18. North Korea, Texas, Afghanistan: Your Wednesday Briefing

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North Korea, Texas, Afghanistan: Your Wednesday Briefing

North Korea, Texas, Afghanistan: Your Wednesday Briefing The new U.S. strategy for Afghanistan, announced by President Trump last week, includes plans to increase air support to Afghan forces fighting a resurgent Taliban. [Al Jazeera] • In Iran, an appeals court upheld the convictions of a prominent Iranian-American father and son who were accused of "collaborating with an enemy state" — meaning the U.S. [The New York Times] • Sea Shepherd, the self-described "eco-vigilante" group, called off its annual pursuit of Japanese whaling ships in the Southern Ocean, saying they were unable to get around surveillance technology. [The New York Times] Tips, both new and old, for a more fulfilling life. View all New York Times newsletters. More than 1,000 people have died in floods across South Asia in recent weeks, according to the U.N., and at least 41 million people in Bangladesh, India and Nepal have been affected by flooding and landslides.


19. Italian Open 2017: Here’s What You Need to Know

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Italian Open 2017: Here’s What You Need to Know

Italian Open 2017: Here’s What You Need to Know The elevated status of the Italian Open to become one of the eight Rolex Series events offering a purse of $7 million has attracted a star-studded 132-man field, including six major winners scheduled to compete: the reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia, Danny Willett, Martin Kaymer, Graeme McDowell, José María Olazábal and Trevor Immelman. The biennial match between 12-man teams representing the United States and Europe is scheduled to take place in Rome at the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, marking the third time that the competition will be played outside of Britain. People tend to watch you more on TV if they see players from their own country week in and week out.” For the third consecutive year, the Golf Club Milano is the host of the Italian Open. Founded in 1928 and home to 27 holes, the layout is to the north of Milan within Monza Park, 1,700 acres of woodlands modeled after the gardens of Versailles and the largest walled park in the world “A few years ago, it would have been unthinkable to predict the Italian Open would become such a big event on the European Tour,” Molinari said.


20. Roger Ailes, Who Built Fox News Into an Empire, Dies at 77 -

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Roger Ailes, Who Built Fox News Into an Empire, Dies at 77 -

Roger Ailes, Who Built Fox News Into an Empire, Dies at 77 - Mr. Ailes exerted wide influence on American politics with his conservative Fox News, only to be undone by sexual harassment allegations. As recounted in “The Loudest Voice in the Room,” Gabriel Sherman’s 2014 biography of Mr. Ailes, a female producer looking to work for him at NBC said he had offered her an extra $100 a week “if you agree to have sex with me whenever I want.” In 1993, Mr. Ailes took charge of the CNBC business news network and a second NBC cable channel, America’s Talking (which gave way in 1996 to MSNBC). Wary of television — convinced that he had lost the 1960 election to John F. Kennedy on the basis of appearances — Nixon dismissed it in a conversation with Mr. Ailes as a “gimmick.” “Television is not a gimmick,” Mr. Ailes said boldly, “and if you think it is, you’ll lose again.” Nixon took those words to heart, and took the young man onto his campaign as a media adviser. “In addition, Roger was a great patriot who never ceased fighting for his beliefs.” Although an Ailes admirer, Mr. Murdoch reluctantly concluded in the summer of 2016 that his news chief had to go after a former network anchor, Gretchen Carlson, brought a lawsuit charging Mr. Ailes with sexual harassment. By CLYDE HABERMANMAY 18, 2017 Roger E. Ailes, who shaped the images that helped elect three Republican presidents and then became a dominant, often-intimidating force in American conservative politics at the helm of Fox News, which he created with Rupert Murdoch’s money and guided for two decades until he was forced out in a sexual predation scandal, died on Thursday morning.