BBC Question Time leaders special: who came out on top?

A hostile Sheffield audience greeted – and grilled – the Conservative, Labour, Lib Dem and SNP leaders. But how did they fare under the spotlight?

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Here are the best airlines of 2019, according to the frequent-flying staff at The Points Guy
Qatar Airways The travel and credit card rewards website The Points Guy (TPG) held its second annual TPG Awards on Monday at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York. Award winners were chosen by thousands of readers and TPG editorial staff for the best airline, hotel, travel, and credit card products. JetBlue won for the best domestic economy and best premium cabin while Qatar Airways won for best international business class. You can see the full list of airline award winners below. Sign up for Business Insider's transportation newsletter, Shifting Gears, to get more stories like this in your inbox. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The US travel and credit-card rewards website The Points Guy held its second annual TPG Awards on Monday night. At the gala, which was hosted by founder Brian Kelly on the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space museum, awards were presented throughout the nebulous world of credit cards, airlines, hospitality, travel, and, of course, points and miles. Like last year, during the inaugural awards, JetBlue and Qatar Airways were big winners. In fact, JetBlue was the only airline to have two in-flight products win awards. Still, there were a few surprises on the airline award list. The TPG airline product award winners were selected by the website's editorial staff who narrowed the field down to a handful of finalists. The staff then reviewed each of the candidates to determine the honoree for each category.  The TPG Awards for best credit cards, and hotel and airline loyalty programs, were selected entirely by the website's readers. According to The Points Guy, over 100,000 voters weighed in to select the 20 award winners. Delta Air Lines SkyMiles nabbed the Readers' Choice award for best US Airline Loyalty program. Marriott Bonvoy was crowned Best Hotel Loyalty Program.  Check out the full list of winners below.Best US Airline Loyalty Program: Delta SkyMiles Delta Best US Airline Elite Status: Delta Diamond Medallion David Slotnick/Business Insider Best International Airline Loyalty Program: British Airways Executive Club Jack Taylor / Getty See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Shifting Gears: Uber's safety report is finally here, Elon Musk takes the stand, and a shakeup at UnitedThe Tesla Cybertruck is the first stainless-steel vehicle since the ill-fated DeLorean — here's a closer look at bothHSBC, Citi, and other banking giants involved in the Saudi Aramco IPO say they're serious about sustainability. Here's how their investments in fossil fuels and clean energy stack up.SEE ALSO: Filet mignon and artichoke ravioli: American Airlines' lead marketing exec reveals how its investments in gourmet dining are helping the company attract business travelers
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Non-Saudi investors get 23% of Aramco IPO institutional tranche
Non-Saudi investors in oil giant Saudi Aramco's initial public offering have been allocated 23.1% of the institutional tranche, one of the lead banks working on the transaction said on Tuesday.
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Pinterest Trends tracks search term usage among its more than 320 million monthly users
Pinterest today launched a Trends tool designed to help brands track keyword usage among the network's more than 320 million monthly users.
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These are the victims of the New Zealand volcano eruption which killed 6 people and injured at least 30
Reuters Identities of the victims of a volcano eruption on an island in New Zealand are beginning to emerge.  47 people were on White Island at the time of the eruption. Six of them have died, while eight more are missing and presumed to be dead. Local tour guide Hayden Marshall-Inman is the first of the dead to be named. 30 more are currently in the hospital, some with severe burns. One of the dead was admitted to hospital but later died there. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.  Identities of the victims in the volcano eruption on an island in New Zealand are emerging the day after the disaster. As of Tuesday six deaths have been confirmed of the 47 people whom authorities say were on the island at the time of the eruption, around 2 p.m. Monday. Eight more people who were on the island have yet to be found, and are presumed by authorities to be dead as well. Only three of the 47 were relatively unscathed, and were discharged from the hospital after being checked over. The remaining 30 are being treated, some of whom are in a serious condition. Here is everything we know about the victims so far.The first of the dead to be named was local guide Hayden Marshall-Inman, who gave tours of the volcano Facebook Marshall-Inman lived in the nearby town Whakatane Inman. His death was confirmed by his brother, Mark. This Facebook post said Marshall-Inman died "doing the one thing he loved." The accompanying photograph appears to show Marshall-Inman (left) wearing a penguin onesie with his family in Sydney, Australia. Speaking to 10 News mark Inman's described the Whakaari volcano as "magical" and said it had brought "so many magical memories" to visitors. "Unfortunately it's taken one of our family," he said.  Source: BBC Guardian Facebook  A second person confirmed dead is thought to be from Malaysia but has not been named. GNS Science Source: BBC  Three others have been confirmed dead by New Zealand police, giving a total of six. Getty Images Five of the victims were confirmed dead on the same day the volcano erupted. A sixth was still alive when taken to the Middlemore Hospital in Auckland, according to CNN, but died of his or her injuries the day after the eruption. Source: New Zealand Police, CNN   See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:'No signs of life:' At least 5 dead, dozens injured, after a New Zealand volcano and popular tourist spot erupted unexpectedlyWebcam live feed showed tourists inside New Zealand volcano right before it erupted and killed at least 5Photos and videos show the huge volcanic eruption in New Zealand which killed at least 5 people
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Cboe buys EuroCCP to bolster Dutch EU base after Brexit
Cboe Global Markets said on Tuesday it would take full control of EuroCCP, Europe's largest clearing house for stock trades, to bolster its post-Brexit base in Amsterdam and diversify into derivatives.
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An Instagram influencer was sentenced to 14 years in prison after a crazy plot that involved holding someone up at gunpoint for a domain name
Shutterstock An Instagram influencer was sentenced to 14 years in jail after going to extreme lengths to get hold of a particular domain name online. Rossi Lothario Adams II, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, founded the social media company "State Snaps" in 2015 as a student at Iowa State University, which had more than 1 million combined followers. Adams tried to buy the domain name "doitforstate.com" for his company, but the owner wouldn't sell. Adams then persuaded his cousin to hold the owner at gunpoint in a bid to force him to transfer the domain over. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. An Instagram influencer has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after going to extreme lengths to obtain a domain name. Rossi Lothario Adams II, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was involved in a complex plot to obtain a domain name, which involved enlisting his cousin to hold the owner of the domain name at gunpoint and force him to transfer ownership. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How autopilot on an airplane worksSee Also:How to mute people on Instagram in 3 different waysHow to make your Instagram public using your phone or computer, so anyone can see your photos and storiesLil Bub, the famous cat with dwarfism, has died. Here's how the cat went viral and took over the internet.SEE ALSO: Billionaire Mark Cuban is the new owner of the domain 'Democracy.com'
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'Symmetric,' now a Fedspeak staple, may point to endgame for U.S. framework debate
After 14 conferences, a couple dozen research papers and presentations and some very dense math, the Federal Reserve's hunt for a better way to reach its inflation target may boil down to a single word: symmetric.
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Irish court lifts restriction on Ryanair profit target
An Irish court on Tuesday withdrew a ban on reporting a reference to Ryanair's profit after tax target for the airline's 2020 financial year contained in a 2018 share option scheme after the airline said the order was not needed.
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Why anti-aging products are so expensive
Anti-aging products claim to make you look younger by reducing, hiding, or preventing the signs of aging. High-end anti-aging products are some of the most expensive single-use items in the world. The price consumers pay for the most expensive products is significantly higher than the cost of production. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: Anti-aging products come in the form of creams and serums. They claim to make you look younger by reducing, hiding, or preventing the signs of aging. High-end anti-aging products are some of the most expensive single-use items in the world. Just 1 fluid ounce of this rejuvenating serum will cost you $1,800, making it one of the most expensive liquids on the planet. But do anti-aging products actually work? And does this explain why they are so expensive? Dimitrios Tsivrikos: In all honesty, a number of these creams are used as placebo effects.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:These are the watches worn by some of the most powerful businessmen and CEOs in the worldPatrón Tequila sells a bottle for up to $7,500 — here's why the brand is so expensiveThe rise and fall of Juicy CoutureSEE ALSO: We went to a Champagne vineyard in France to find out why it's so expensive. SEE ALSO: Gold can cost $1,500 per ounce. Here's why it's so expensive.
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A man spent 9 hours cycling an incredibly detailed reindeer image through London
Strava A British man has cycled an incredibly detailed route around London that created the shape of a reindeer. Anthony Hoyte, 51, cycled for nine hours to map the image on fitness-tracking app, Strava. It's the third festive image he's created, having cycled a snowman and a Santa in previous years.  Visit Insider's homepage for more details. A cyclist has brought some festive cheer to the streets of London by pedalling an image of a reindeer. Anthony Hoyte, from Cheltenham, creates art by planning intricate routes that form images on maps, then recording his rides using the Strava fitness tracker app.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Most maps of Louisiana aren't entirely right. Here's what the state really looks like.See Also:Jazz the orphaned baby giraffe has died with his best friend Hunter the dog by his sideThe Queen's televised Christmas speech is the only day of the year that Her Majesty doesn't do her own makeupHarry Styles just dropped a bizarre, 8-minute-long music video for 'Adore You,' which is set in the fictional Isle of Eroda where everyone frowns
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Jeffree Star said fans told him to kill himself after he considered restocking a previously 'exclusive' highlighter shade
Jeffree Star / Instagram Makeup mogul Jeffree Star received intense backlash from fans when he asked whether he should restock a limited edition highlighter shade. The Peppermint Frost highlighter was available in one of Star's mystery boxes — special gift boxes Star periodically makes available that usually sell out within minutes. Star noticed a lot of the limited edition highlighters were getting resold on sites like eBay, and wanted to give fans the chance to buy it if they had missed out. But some customers were not happy with the suggestion, and Star said some even told him to kill himself. "There's legitimate people like, 'if you make that again, b----, kill yourself,'" Star said on his Instagram story. "So it was Sunday, I logged off and went right back to enjoying my life because that is way too insane." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Jeffree Star asked his fans what he thought was a fairly innocent question: whether he should restock the Peppermint Frost highlighter shade that was sold in his latest round of mystery boxes. But some followers were furious because they thought an exclusive should remain a limited release. Star noticed a lot of the limited edition highlighters were getting resold on sites like eBay, so he asked his Twitter followers whether he should make more and sell them individually.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:Jeffree Star Cosmetics reimbursed disappointed fans who received stickers in mystery boxes instead of an exclusive cosmetic itemThese were the top 10 trending videos on YouTube in 2019McDonald's in New Zealand has launched a McVeggie burger that isn't suitable for all vegetarians
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Turmoil deepens at Ted Baker as CEO quits
Ted Baker shares tumbled Tuesday after the troubled fashion firm's CEO and chairman both quit after disappointing sales. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
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'Fortnite' is finally coming to the Play Store and its creator Epic wants to break how Google taxes apps in the process
Epic Games is submitting "Fortnite" to the Google Play Store, but is demanding an exemption from the 30% tax on in-app purchases Google levies. "We believe this form of tying of a mandatory payment service with a 30% fee is illegal in the case of a distribution platform with over 50% market share," Epic said in a statement. Previously "Fortnite" was only available to download via the Epic store for Android users, because Epic wanted to avoid Google's levy. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The creators behind "Fortnite" are asking Google to allow the game on the Play Store while simultaneously calling the company monopolistic for exacting a tax on in-app purchases. As first reported by Google 9to5, "Fortnite" creators Epic Games are planning to submit the game to the Google Play Store, where it has been notably absent since its launch on Android in August 2018.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch Elon Musk unveil his latest plan for conquering MarsSee Also:Google's latest Pixel update automatically silences unknown numbers in a push to end robocalls once and for allYou can add portrait mode to any photo with this new Google Photos updateHow to share a YouTube channel on desktop or mobileSEE ALSO: Bullish entrepreneurs and investors say esports will end up like European soccer, dominated by elite teams and big money
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Boris Johnson had a disastrous day on the campaign trail which supporters fear could cost him the election
Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS A disastrous campaign day for the Conservatives has given Labour its last best hope of closing the gap in the polls before the general election on Thursday. Johnson was heavily criticised for initially refusing to look at a photo of a four-year-old boy with suspected pneumonia who was forced to sleep on the floor of a hospital due to a lack of bed space. A clip of the incident went viral on Monday, triggering a series of missteps by Johnson. An opinion poll published before Monday's gaffes showed Labour gaining one point to 36% on the Conservatives, unchanged on 42%. If this poll were repeated on Thursday, the Conservatives would risk failing to win a majority in the UK parliament. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. LONDON — Boris Johnson's tightly-controlled election campaign went spectacularly wrong on Monday giving the opposition Labour party hope that they can still prevent him from winning the landslide majority some forecasters predict. Johnson's troubles were sparked by a bizarre interview with ITV News in which he snatched their reporter's phone away rather than look at a photo of a sick 4-year-old boy forced to lie on a hospital floor.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Behind the scenes with Shepard Smith — the Fox News star who just announced his resignation from the networkSee Also:Here's how much money you have to earn to be considered rich in 42 major US citiesThese are the watches worn by some of the most powerful businessmen and CEOs in the worldBoris Johnson is on course to defeat Jeremy Corbyn in the general election as Labour's momentum stalls
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A military plane flying from Chile to Antarctica has vanished with 38 people on board
Chilean Air Force A military plane flying from Chile to Antarctica disappeared with 38 people on board Monday, with  authorities saying it most likely crashed somewhere in the Southern Ocean. The plane was flying in 17 crew and 21 passengers from the southern city of Punta Arenas to a military base on King George Island, which sits on the northern tip of Antarctica. The Hercules C-130 aircraft lost contact around 6 p.m. local time, around an hour and five minutes after taking off from Chile, and was around 390 miles into its journey, Chile's Air Force said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A military plane flying from Chile to an island in Antarctica disappeared with 38 people on board Monday, with  authorities saying it most likely crashed somewhere in the Southern Ocean. The plane was flying in 17 crew and 21 passengers from the southern Chilean city of Punta Arenas to a military base on King George Island, on the northern tip of Antarctica. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:A man arrested in Russia is accused of building a fake border with Finland 15 miles from the real one and charging migrants $11,000 to cross itA British woman whose heart stopped for 6 hours while hiking in the Spanish Pyrenees says it's a 'miracle' she survivedA polar bear covered in cryptic graffiti was spotted in Russia, and scientists are trying to work out what it means
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Oil prices drop as trade war concerns haunt market
Oil prices slipped for a second straight session on Tuesday as a slowing global demand outlook outweighed OPEC's deal with associated producers last week to deepen output cuts in 2020.
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EU antitrust regulators mull tougher line against tech giants
EU antitrust regulators are considering taking a tougher line against tech giants by forcing them to do more to ensure a level playing field, a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday, a move which could affect Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google.
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Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs. Expect more as banks cull before bonus season.
Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs, or roughly 2% of its workforce. People familiar with the matter told CNBC that the cuts will largely hit technology and operations, while Bloomberg reported that some of the cuts will also affect sales trading and research. "Wall Street firms often cut jobs toward the end of the year to avoid paying out bonuses," CNBC wrote. There may be more to come, it said.  The news of Morgan Stanley's reduction in headcount comes after a slew of job cuts from around the world, numbering more than 60,000. A Morgan Stanley spokesman declined to comment to Business Insider.  View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Wall Street giant Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs or roughly 2% of its workforce, in an efficiency drive to help combat economic uncertainty. People familiar with the matter told CNBC that the cuts will largely hit technology and operations, while Bloomberg reported that some of the cuts will also affect sales trading and research. The bank employs more than 60,000 people. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:These are the watches worn by some of the most powerful businessmen and CEOs in the world'We got really fortunate': Popeyes' chicken sandwich went viral thanks to a mix of luck and taste, CEO saysChipotle has nurses check if some workers who call in sick are just hungover
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Big Tech’s Critics, Flush With Cash, Try to Build a Movement
Major nonprofits and other organizations have pledged millions of dollars toward groups that are taking on corporate giants.
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Big Tech Is Under Attack, and Investors Couldn’t Care Less
Giant tech stocks have posted a remarkable year, shrugging off the trade war, bipartisan political hostility and regulatory threats.
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Tokyo 2020: 3.1m Paralympic ticket requests made with only 2.3m available
More than three million ticket requests have been submitted for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics - with only 2.3m available.
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Democrats will reportedly hit Trump with 2 articles of impeachment: Abuse of power and obstruction of Congress
AP Photo/ Evan Vucc House Democrats will slap US President Donald Trump with two articles of impeachment on Tuesday, according to multiple reports in the US media. Nancy Pelosi will announce at a press conference at 9 a.m. ET that they are obstruction of Congress and abuse of power, according to The Hill, Washington Post, and CNN. A third article is still under consideration, according to the outlets. It is expected to relate to obstruction of justice. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  House Democrats are reportedly preparing to hit US President Donald Trump with two articles of impeachment: obstruction of Congress and abuse of power. The news will be announced by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at 9 a.m. ET Tuesday, The Hill reported, citing two sources familiar with impeachment proceedings, including an unnamed senior Democratic Party aide.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:Everything you need to know about Trump's impeachment process: What's happened, who the players are, and what comes nextBarr warned Trump for months that Rudy Giuliani was becoming a liability, but the president ignored him because he loves Giuliani's fiery media appearancesOver 500 law professors say Trump engaged in 'impeachable conduct' in his dealings with Ukraine
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Amazon secures top Champions League rights for Germany
Amazon.com has secured the rights to broadcast top European soccer Champions League matches for the 2021/22 season in Germany, the U.S. company said on Tuesday.
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Racist and homophobic incidents tarnish 'best league in the world'
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Racist and homophobic incidents tarnish 'best league in the world'
It's been dubbed the "best league in the world" for its exciting games and competitiveness, but it wasn't the greatest weekend for the Premier League -- the most watched football division globally -- as several ugly incidents unfolded.
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U.S. trade offensive takes out WTO as global arbiter
U.S. disruption of the global economic order reaches a major milestone on Tuesday as the World Trade Organization (WTO) loses its ability to intervene in trade wars, threatening the future of the Geneva-based body.
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Megan Rapinoe named Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year
Social activist and soccer icon Megan Rapinoe has had one heck of a year. After leading the US Women's National Soccer team to a World Cup title in June, the legend scored yet another victory.
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Ernesto Valverde Hails 'Great' Lautaro Martinez Amid Barcelona Transfer Rumours
Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde continued the club's charm offensive towards Lautaro Martinez ahead of the clash between the Blaugrana and Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday...
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Domino's Pizza chairman Stephen Hemsley to step down
Domino's Pizza Group on Tuesday said its long-serving Chairman Stephen Hemsley will step down from the board, four months after the British pizza delivery chain announced retirement of its chief executive officer.
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Current Health raises $11.5 million for AI-powered remote health monitoring
Current Health, a startup leveraging a combination of AI and remote monitoring hardware to watch for disease, has raised $11.5 million in venture capital.
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks dip as tariff deadline approaches
Global stock markets fell for a second day on Tuesday, as caution over a Dec. 15 deadline for the next round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports weakened risk appetite and limited outsized market moves.
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UPDATE 1-Rolls-Royce says ValueAct executive leaves board, shares fall
British engineering company Rolls-Royce said Bradley Singer, a representative of its largest shareholder the activist investor ValueAct Capital, has resigned from its board, weakening the stock.
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Jurgen Klopp Slams Translator over Wrong Jordan Henderson Quote
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Draws Marcus Rashford, Cristiano Ronaldo Comparisons
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said it is "very easy to compare" Marcus Rashford in his current form with Cristiano Ronaldo when he was a Manchester United player. Rashford is coming of age in 2019-20...
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'If you break the rules unintentionally, it's not cheating' - Reed dismisses cheat claims
American Patrick Reed says he should not be called a cheat after receiving a two-stroke penalty last week for improving the lie of his ball.
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Japan's markets watchdog recommends $22 million fine for Nissan over Ghosn pay
Japan's markets watchdog said on Tuesday it has recommended that the country's financial regulator fine Nissan Motor Co Ltd about 2.4 billion yen ($22 million) over the underreporting of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn's compensation.
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Cboe Global to buy equities clearing house EuroCCP
Cboe Global Markets has agreed to buy EuroCCP, giving the exchange operator full control over the equity clearing house.
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SoftBank Takes a Loss in Sale of Wag, Dog-Walking Start-Up
The technology investment powerhouse sold its shares in the dog-walking start-up at a loss as its pushes the companies it bets on to seek profits and long-term stability.
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Freddie Ljungberg Says Nicolas Pepe Can 'Sleep Happy' After West Ham Performance
Arsenal interim manager Freddie Ljungberg praised winger Nicolas Pepe for his excellent display in the 3-1 win over West Ham United on Monday, telling reporters the Ivory Coast international ...
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Explainer: Malaysia's mega 1MDB scandal that has scalded Goldman Sachs
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has vowed to bring back billions of dollars allegedly stolen from state fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), co-founded by his predecessor Najib Razak.
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Amazon lawsuit accuses Donald Trump of bias over loss of Pentagon’s JEDI cloud contract
Amazon accused President Donald Trump of exerting “improper pressure” and bias that led the DoD to award a $10 billion cloud contract to rival Microsoft.
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In U.K. Vote, Online Disinformation Is the New Normal
Foreign meddling was once the most feared source of online deception before critical elections. Now, some candidates themselves are turning to such manipulative tactics.
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Presidents Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony: Date, Start Time, TV Info and Live Stream
Tiger Woods will lead the United States team against the Internationals at the 2019 Presidents Cup which begins on Thursday at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Australia...
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Champions League 2019: Odds, Live Stream, TV Schedule, Tuesday Permutations
Holders Liverpool could crash out of the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday after playing their final qualification match at Red Bull Salzburg...
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Club Brugge vs. Real Madrid: UCL Odds, Live Stream, TV Schedule
Spanish giants Real Madrid conclude their UEFA Champions League group campaign on Wednesday away at Club Brugge...
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Bayern Munich vs. Tottenham: UCL Odds, Live Stream, TV Schedule
Bayern Munich host Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League with both sides already safely into the knockout stages of the tournament...
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Serge Gnabry: Premier League struggler to Germany and Bayern Munich star
Serge Gnabry has become a key player for Bayern Munich and Germany - yet four years ago, couldn't get a game at West Brom. So what changed?
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Eagles Have Real Shot at NFC East Title but Carson Wentz Needs Help
The Philadelphia Eagles are absolutely falling apart, yet the team couldn't be in a better position to claim another division crown...
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