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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Fb is massively changing its News Feed, and it’ll unbiased mean folk narrate less time on it

Fb is massively changing its News Feed, and it’ll unbiased mean folk narrate less...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that the company is making a "major change" to how the social network is built to make the site better for people's "well-being" Facebook's product teams will now prioritize helping users have "more meaningful social interactions" versus finding "relevant content" Facebook says that users will see less public content from…
Democratic Sen. Heitkamp, who met at the White Home this week, says Trump ‘is in the heart’ on DACA

Democratic Sen. Heitkamp, who met at the White Home this week, says Trump ‘is...

President Trump is playing the role of a moderator on DACA negotiations, Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp says. Heitkamp attended a bipartisan White House meeting on Tuesday about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. "I think the president really is in the middle on this," she says. show chapters Sen. Heidi Heitkamp: We have to…
Tesla analyst: I don’t belief Elon Musk’s guarantees, but can no longer argue with the ‘frigid vehicle thesis’

Tesla analyst: I don’t belief Elon Musk’s guarantees, but can no longer argue with...

Elon Musk has a trust a problem on Wall Street, but there's no denying Tesla makes great cars, says Oppenheimer's Colin Rusch. Asked whether he believes Musk, who has failed many times to deliver on Tesla forecasts, Rusch says "no." Tesla posted its biggest quarterly loss ever as it continues to struggle with production problems…
Apple acknowledged it desires to develop into ‘cash neutral’ – which could well also moreover be a huge boost for earnings

Apple acknowledged it desires to develop into ‘cash neutral’ – which could well also...

Apple's earnings could pop as much as 30 percent higher than current estimates if the company buys back 10 percent of its shares each year, UBS estimates. Another scenario is Apple spending between $30 billion and $60 billion per year on share repurchases and combine that with a dividend yield of 3 percent until 2023.…
Market turmoil gives Trump his first gigantic brush with financial adversity

Market turmoil gives Trump his first gigantic brush with financial adversity

The turmoil of falling markets in recent days poses a new test for President Trump. The president has explicitly adopted the stock market as a measure of his performance, touting record share prices and wealth creation a week ago in his State of the Union. Other challenges the Trump White House faces could increase economic…
Financials, health and consumer discretionary are neck-in-neck this year, here’s the one to take now

Financials, health and consumer discretionary are neck-in-neck this year, here’s the one to take...

show chapters Three sectors’ gains are neck-in-neck this year — which one is the best buy?    2 Hours Ago | 02:59 Three sectors have seen the same amount of gains this year, but one will come out on top, according to one technician. Financials, health care and consumer discretionary sectors have rallied about 21 percent…
NYSE recordsdata to checklist bitcoin ETFs, bringing cryptocurrency a step closer to mainstream

NYSE recordsdata to checklist bitcoin ETFs, bringing cryptocurrency a step closer to mainstream

The NYSE formally files with the Securities and Exchange Commission to list two ProShares bitcoin ETFs. Brown Brothers Harriman would be custodian to the funds, which will track bitcoin futures. Futures trading and now, possibly, ETFs, are boosting bitcoin's profile. show chapters NYSE parent ICE files for bitcoin ETF    12 Mins Ago | 01:25 A…
Janet Yellen exits the Fed at this time time amid both heavy praise and bitter criticism

Janet Yellen exits the Fed at this time time amid both heavy praise and...

Janet Yellen steps down from the Federal Reserve, making way for her successor, Jerome Powell. During her tenure, the central bank launched experimental programs that ballooned its balance sheet to $4.5 trillion. Stocks soared but economic growth was below par and wealth disparity hit historic levels. "The thing she'll be mostly known for is steering…
Gaza residents to pay Israel for electrical energy

Gaza residents to pay Israel for electrical energy

Palestinian refugees warm up in front of a fire outside their makeshift house during a power outage in Gaza [EPA] The Palestinian Authority (PA) has requested that Gaza's residents begin regularly paying their electricity company for the first time to resume the power supply to the Strip.  Gaza's residents would be required to pay a collective…
Rand Paul says he cannot vote to add more to ‘wide’ US debt

Rand Paul says he cannot vote to add more to ‘wide’ US debt

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said on Tuesday that he "cannot in good conscience vote to add more to the already massive $20 trillion debt." The lawmaker wrote in a post on Twitter that "I promised Kentucky to vote against reckless, deficit spending and I will do just that." It is unclear how Paul's stance will…