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TOKYO, June 14 (Reuters) - Japanese shares rose on Monday led by tyre makers and shippers, following the weekend’s solid finish on Wall Street, though gains were capped as investors remained cautions ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s meeting this week. The Nikkei share average gained 0.37% to 29,055.20 by 0203 GMT, after trimming gains of as much as 0.9% earlier in the session. The broader Topix rose 0.19% to 1,957.89. Investors tend to book profits in such an environment,” said Masahiro Ichikawa, chief market strategist at Sumitomo Mitsui DS Asset Management. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group fell 0.2% and Mizuho Financial Group lost 0.77%.
Persons: , Masahiro Ichikawa, Fanuc, Junko Fujita, Shailesh Kuber Organizations: U.S, U.S . Federal, Nikkei, Sumitomo Mitsui DS Asset Management, , , Nasdaq, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Toyo Tire, Shipping, Nippon, Mitsui OSK Lines, Treasury, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Mizuho Financial, Toshiba, Nintendo, Itochu Locations: TOKYO, U.S ., Japan, Asia, ” U.S
Starbucks Stadium? Coffee chain applies for naming rights
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Jonathan Stempel | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
(Reuters) -Starbucks Corp has applied with the U.S. trademark office for the right to use its name on a sports stadium or training facility. Naming rights agreements often run for decades and can cost several or tens of millions of dollars annually. That building will house the Seattle Kraken expansion team in the National Hockey League, and the Seattle Storm of the Women’s National Basketball Association. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office plans by early September to assign a lawyer to review Starbucks’ application. If the office has no objection, Starbucks will have six months to show it is using its mark in commerce.
Persons: , Ashley Dobbs Organizations: Reuters, Starbucks Corp, U.S ., T, Bank of America, Canadian Tire, FedEx, Oracle, PPG Paints, Target, Toyota, United Airlines, University of Richmond, Amazon.com Inc, National Hockey League, Seattle Storm, National Basketball Association, The U.S . Patent, Starbucks Locations: , Seattle, Virginia
U.S. tire maker Goodyear loses dispute against foreign workers in Malaysia
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Mei Mei Chu | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
A logo of Goodyear is pictured at it's factory in Shah Alam, Malaysia May 6, 2021. Goodyear Malaysia argued that the migrant workers did not have legal standing to file the complaint as they were not union members, according to the court documents. "This is just the tip of the iceberg albeit a significant milestone in the treatment of migrant workers in this company," said the workers' lawyer Chandra Segaran Rajandran. The court has already ruled in favor of the foreign workers in two of the cases last year. Goodyear is also facing accusations of unlawful overtime, wrongful salary deduction, denying workers full access to their passports, and threats to migrant workers, Reuters has reported.
Persons: Lim Huey Teng, Goodyear, Rasidah Chik, Rasidah, Chandra Segaran Rajandran Organizations: Goodyear, REUTERS, Goodyear Tire &, Goodyear Malaysia, Industrial, Court, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Shah Alam, Malaysia, Malaysian, Goodyear Malaysia, Nepal, Myanmar, India
The Importance of Holding a Memorial—Readers Respond
  + stars: | 2021-06-08 | by ( Madison Conte | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Amid the chaos and quarantine, people across the nation were unable to honor their loved ones at traditional funerals. A recent Wall Street Journal article by Clare Ansberry on the importance of holding memorials, even if delayed, prompted readers to share their own stories about the extended mourning process brought on by the pandemic. —Madison ConteWhile I was able to officiate at two Memorial services during Covid, nine more remain, the first of which was Saturday. I wonder how Covid is going to change long-standing cultural norms like formal weddings and funerals. All of those who attended agreed that the 15-month gap between her death and the gathering provided some valuable perspective.
Persons: Clare Ansberry, — Madison Conte, Louie, Jennifer, Rev, Dr, Louis Prues, Stephen Hauser, Betsy O’Connell, — Bryan Schmidt, — Mark Towler Organizations: Goodyear, Ariz Locations: Covid, St, Clair Shores, Mich, Willoughby Hills , Ohio, Arcadia, Okla
Reopening Bets Pay Off Big for Stock Pickers
  + stars: | 2021-05-31 | by ( Michael Wursthorn | ) www.wsj.com + 0.99   time to read: +1 min
Investors are amassing hefty gains by loading up on economically sensitive stocks that have flourished during this year’s explosion of business activity. More than two dozen actively managed exchange-traded funds have surged at least 20% so far this year, outpacing the S&P 500’s 12% climb. Some of the best performers include companies with smaller market capitalizations and so-called value stocks—those deemed inexpensive relative to measures of a company’s net worth. Primary holdings include Rent-A-Center Inc. and Toll Brothers Inc., which have both gained more than 50%. That includes steelmaker Nucor Corp. , which has gained 93% this year to lead the S&P 500 and Marathon Oil Corp. , which has climbed 82%.
Persons: Goldman Sachs Organizations: Inc, Toll Brothers Inc, Value, Goodyear Tire &, Co, Alcoa Corp, Corp, Marathon Oil Corp Locations: U.S
A woman sits at a bus stop outside Goodyear factory in Shah Alam, Malaysia May 6, 2021. The foreign workers are claiming about 5 million ringgit ($1.21 million) in unpaid wages, said their lawyer, Chandra Segaran Rajandran. According to the court ruling last year, Goodyear Malaysia argued that foreign workers are not entitled to the benefits of the collective agreement because they are not union members. The court agreed that the foreign workers’ job scope entitled them to those benefits. The foreign workers filed the first two lawsuits in July 2019.
Persons: Lim Huey Teng, Goodyear, payslips, Chandra Segaran Rajandran, , , Sharan Kumar Rai, Anna Ng Fui Choo Organizations: Reuters, Goodyear Tire &, Goodyear, REUTERS, Goodyear Malaysia, National Union of Employees, Manufacturing Rubber, Permodalan, Permodalan Nasional Berhad, Workers, Human Resources Ministry Locations: KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysian, Shah Alam, Malaysia, Nepal, Myanmar, India, Goodyear Malaysia, Permodalan Nasional, United States
The allegations, which Reuters is the first to report, initially surfaced when 185 foreign workers filed three complaints against Goodyear Malaysia in the country's industrial court, two in 2019 and one in 2020, over non-compliance with a collective labour agreement. The foreign workers are claiming about 5 million ringgit ($1.21 million) in unpaid wages, said their lawyer, Chandra Segaran Rajandran. According to the court ruling last year, Goodyear Malaysia argued that foreign workers are not entitled to the benefits of the collective agreement because they are not union members. The court agreed that the foreign workers' job scope entitled them to those benefits. The foreign workers filed the first two lawsuits in July 2019.
Persons: Goodyear, payslips, Chandra Segaran Rajandran, Sharan Kumar Rai, Anna Ng Fui Choo Organizations: Goodyear Tire &, Reuters, Goodyear, Goodyear Malaysia, National Union of Employees, Manufacturing Rubber, Permodalan, Permodalan Nasional Berhad, Workers, Human Resources Ministry, Thomson Locations: Malaysian, Nepal, Myanmar, India, Goodyear Malaysia, Malaysia, Permodalan Nasional, United States
Malaysia's Supermax says abiding by labour laws after report on U.S. probe
  + stars: | 2021-05-31 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Malaysian glove maker Supermax Corp (SUPM.KL) on Monday said it adhered to labour laws on treatment of migrant workers, after a report that the United States was investigating a unit over forced labour allegations. On Saturday, the Edge Weekly said U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is investigating Malaysian glove makers Hartalega Holdings (HTHB.KL) and a unit of Supermax. read moreSupermax and its subsidiaries are committed to combatting forced labour and adhere to labour law regulations, the company said in a statement. Hartalega also said on Saturday it strictly adhered to labour laws and regulations on recruitment of migrant workers, and its efforts to combat forced labour are guided by local and international policies. Top Glove said in April it has resolved all indicators of forced labour found at its factories.
Persons: Hartalega Organizations: Supermax, Edge Weekly, Customs, Border Protection, Hartalega Holdings, CBP, Reuters, Goodyear Tire &, Thomson Locations: United States, Malaysian
Tired but safe: Everest record-making climbers return
  + stars: | 2021-05-30 | by ( Gopal Sharma | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Record-setting climbers of Mount Everest said on Sunday they were too tired after scaling the world’s highest peak to map out their future climbing plans. Tsang Yin-Hung, 45, a former teacher from Hong Kong, became the fastest woman to scale the peak, breaking 26 hours. Usually climbers spend several days in different camps before reaching the peak. China's Zhang Hong, 46, became Asia's first blind man, and the world's third, to scale the peak from the Nepal side. He said he was not scared despite reports of a COVID-19 outbreak at the base camp because he was vaccinated before reaching Nepal and had followed health protocols.
Persons: Mount Everest, Arthur Muir, Tsang, Zhang Hong, Muir, , Kong's Tsang, Chitrakar Read, Bill Burke, Phunjo, , Organizations: Everest, REUTERS, Thomson Locations: Mount, Chicago, American, Hong Kong, Nepal, Kathmandu, South America, Alaska
U.S. says tires from Vietnam subsidized by undervalued currency
  + stars: | 2021-05-24 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Commerce Department said on Monday that car and light truck tires from Vietnam are being unfairly subsidized due to a currency undervaluation, the first finding of its kind by the agency. Tires from Vietnam are being subsidized at a rate ranging from 6.23% to 7.89% through the conversion of U.S. dollars into Vietnamese dong at an undervalued exchange rate, the department said in its final determination in the trade case. It also found in its investigation that tires exported from South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam had been dumped at below-market rates in the United States, the Commerce Department said. Tires from South Korea were dumped at a rate of up to 27%, from Taiwan at up to 102%, from Thailand at up to 21% and from Vietnam at up to 22%, it said. In 2020, U.S. imports of car and light truck tires were valued at approximately $1.2 billion from South Korea, $373 million from Taiwan, $2 billion from Thailand and $470 million from Vietnam, the department said.
Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . Commerce Department, Tires, Commerce Department Locations: Vietnam, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, United States
'No time to be tired' - German clinic fights severe COVID-19 cases
  + stars: | 2021-05-21 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
The 18A intensive care unit (ICU) at the Klinikum Darmstadt hospital in Germany is the last hope for many patients with severe cases of COVID-19. "They are getting younger and younger," nurse Erik tells Reuters on his way to the "farewell room", where relatives can say goodbye to their loved ones. "There's not much time to be tired," nurse Doro says as she hands medication to a doctor. Cihan Celik, a senior physician on the hospital's non-intensive ward, knows many people underestimate the disease. The hospital has treated almost 900 COVID-19 patients since March 2020, nearly a quarter of them in the ICU, and recorded around 60 patient deaths.
Persons: Erik, Doro, Christine Hidas, Cihan Organizations: Medical, Thomson Locations: Darmstadt, Germany, Cihan Celik
A Maritime Solution for Cyber Piracy
  + stars: | 2021-05-13 | by ( Thomas Ayres | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
The Constitution gives Congress the power to issue “letters of marque and reprisal”—essentially licenses authorizing private parties to wage war on the government’s behalf. Congress issued letters of marque liberally until the end of the War of 1812, and they were particularly useful during the First Barbary War (1801-05). Letters of marque enlisted U.S. merchantman as far away as the Mediterranean, where Barbary states often provided pirate ships with safe harbor. The time has come to grant letters of marque to enlist and arm private corporations to defend their interests and America’s. Like their 19th-century maritime counterparts, they respect no sovereignty and disrupt commerce and daily life.
Persons: ” —, Tom Burt, Organizations: Goodyear, Resolute, Congress, U.S, Microsoft, National Security Agency Locations: Pearl, U.S, Los Angeles, Russia, China, United States
The Biden administration on Wednesday called for a probe into allegations that worker rights were denied at GM's Silao pickup truck plant during the vote to ratify workers' collective contract with the Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM). Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday said he accepted the U.S. recommendation to make sure there would be no fraud in union votes. read moreA ministry report into the vote, reviewed by Reuters, shows that 1,784 workers cast ballots against keeping the CTM contract, while 1,628 workers voted to maintain it. It declined to comment on the Labor Ministry report. If GM workers scrap their contract, either the CTM or a new union could negotiate new collective terms.
Persons: Rebecca Cook, Biden, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Alfonso Bouzas, Bouzas, CTM's Miguel Trujillo Lopez, Tereso Medina, Medina, Hugo Varela, El Sol Organizations: General Motors, REUTERS, General Motors Co, Confederation of Mexican Workers, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Reuters, Labor Ministry, Mexico's National Autonomous University, American Free Trade, GM, Workers, Goodyear Tire &, La Jornada, El Sol de Leon, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, U.S, Mexico, United States, Canada, Matamoros, Medina, Guanajuato
(Reuters) - Retailer Canadian Tire Corp Ltd surpassed analyst estimates for first-quarter revenue on Thursday, helped by strong online demand for bikes, patio furniture and pool supplies from people stuck at home due to the COVID-19 crisis. E-commerce has been booming despite accelerated vaccination efforts, as people are still afraid to walk the crowded aisles at stores and prefer ordering everything from furniture to food supplies and electronic gadgets online. The company’s online sales more than tripled in the quarter ended April 3. The Toronto, Ontario-based retail chain’s revenue rose to C$3.32 billion ($2.74 billion) from C$2.85 billion a year earlier, beating analysts’ average estimate of C$2.92 billion, according to Refinitiv IBES data. The automotive, home and sporting goods retailer posted net income of C$186.4 million, or C$2.47 per share, compared with an income of C$12.2 million, or a loss of 22 Canadian cents per share, a year earlier.
Organizations: Reuters, Canadian Tire Corp Ltd Locations: Toronto, Ontario
Mexico union was losing scrapped GM worker vote - report
  + stars: | 2021-05-13 | by ( Daina Solomon | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
General Motors Co (GM.N) workers in Mexico were on track to defeat one of the country's biggest unions in a contract vote last month that has prompted U.S. action under the countries' trade deal, a Mexican government report shows. The Biden administration on Wednesday called for a probe into allegations that worker rights were denied at GM's Silao pickup truck plant during the vote to ratify workers' collective contract with the Confederation of Mexican Workers (CTM). read moreMexico's labor ministry said on Tuesday it had found "serious irregularities" in April's union-led vote by the plant's 6,000 union workers and ordered a new vote within 30 days. read moreA ministry report into the vote, reviewed by Reuters, shows that 1,784 workers had cast ballots against keeping the CTM contract, while 1,628 workers had voted to maintain it. If GM workers scrap their contract, either the CTM or a new union could negotiate new collective terms.
Persons: Biden, Alfonso Bouzas, Bouzas, CTM's Miguel Trujillo Lopez, Tereso Medina, Medina Organizations: Motors Co, Confederation of Mexican Workers, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Reuters, Mexico's National Autonomous University, GM, Workers, Goodyear Tire &, La Jornada, Thomson Locations: Mexico, United States, Canada, Matamoros, Medina
And so began Spencer's hunt for a service with relatable Black content. Spencer said she learned quickly how hard it is for Black women to secure funding. "It's ridiculous that Black women don't even get half of one percent," Spencer said in response to that study. When people hear "streaming service" and "Black content" together, there are obvious parallels to the giants of the industry. It ranked second behind only Netflix in PC Magazine's 2021 review of the best streaming platforms for Black content.
Persons: DeShuna Spencer, Spencer, Spencer didn't, Spencerlaunched, George Floyd's, Rob Williams, Jim Crow, It's, Jim Crow South, kweliTV, it's, Ivan Alo, LaDante McMillon, they've, McMillon, George Floyd, Alo, there's, Mary Coleman, Coleman, she's, Rel Howery, Uncle Drew Organizations: CNN, CNN Business, Washington DC, Netflix, New Age, Kweli.TV, Hulu, Disney Locations: York, Washington, Alexandria, Voqal, Boulder , Colorado
Goodyear CEO on Q1 earnings, investing in tech, tariffs and rubber shortage
  + stars: | 2021-05-04 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com + 0.56   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGoodyear CEO on Q1 earnings, investing in tech, tariffs and rubber shortageGoodyear Tire & Rubber CEO Rich Kramer joined Jim Cramer on "Mad Money" to discuss results from the tire manufacturing company's better-than-expected results from the first quarter and his outlook for business.
Persons: Rich Kramer, Jim Cramer Organizations: Goodyear, Goodyear Tire &
Goodyear Tire & Rubber CEO Rich Kramer told CNBC Tuesday that he doesn't expect a looming shortage in rubber to hurt the tire manufacturer. Concerns over a low supply of rubber, made from rubber trees mostly grown in Southeast Asia, is the latest problem facing automakers already struggling with a lack of semiconductors. When asked if the company has enough of the material to produce tires for cars, Kramer said, "short answer is: We do." "It's something that's always out there, a lot of speculation going on," he added. "I can never say never about something that could happen to southeast Asian rubber trees, but that's really not been a problem for us, and the team's been managing it brilliantly."
Persons: Rich Kramer, Kramer, Jim Cramer, that's Organizations: Goodyear Tire &, CNBC, Goodyear Locations: Southeast Asia, China
Goodyear CEO says company is not worried about potential rubber shortage
  + stars: | 2021-05-04 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.87   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGoodyear CEO says company is not worried about potential rubber shortageGoodyear Tire & Rubber CEO Rich Kramer dismissed fears that a shortage in the supply of rubber could impact the tire business, blaming the issue on speculation and China's practices.
Persons: Rich Kramer Organizations: Goodyear, Goodyear Tire &
Robinhood co-founder Vlad Tenev, Warren Buffett, and Charlie Munger. Noam Galai/Getty Images for TechCrunch/REUTERS/Rick WilkingRobinhood lashed out at Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger for criticizing its business model. People are tired of them acting like the only investing oracles, a company executive said. Robinhood on Monday hit back at statements made by Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger at Berkshire Hathaway's annual general meet held on Saturday. But Buffett referred to Robinhood traders who entered the stock market over the last year and a half as "casino participants."
Persons: Robinhood, Vlad Tenev, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Noam Galai, Rick Wilking Robinhood, Warren Buffetts, Charlie Mungers, Jacqueline Ortiz Ramsay, Robinhood's, we're, JIM WATSON, Buffett, Munger, Ortiz Ramsay Organizations: TechCrunch, Credit Suisse, Getty Locations: Berkshire, Robinhood
Goodyear Tire results top estimates as auto demand rebounds
  + stars: | 2021-04-30 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.94   time to read: +1 min
FILE PHOTO: A U.S. flag flies at a Goodyear Tire facility in Somerville, Massachusetts, U.S., July 25, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File Photo(Reuters) -Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co posted quarterly profit and revenue that beat Wall Street estimates on Friday, as sales of its tires rose due to a rebound in auto demand. U.S. auto demand, however, has risen since then, as consumers focus on personal safety and opt for private vehicles during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company, whose brands include Kelly and Dunlop, said tire volumes rose 12% to 35 million units in the quarter, while replacement tire volumes jumped 14%. Excluding items, the company earned 43 cents per share, beating estimates of 9 cents, according to Refinitiv data.
Persons: Brian Snyder, , , Richard Kramer, Kelly, Dunlop Organizations: Goodyear Tire, REUTERS, Goodyear Tire &, Wall, Goodyear Locations: Somerville , Massachusetts, U.S
Goodyear Tire tops revenue estimates on replacement tire demand
  + stars: | 2021-04-30 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
A U.S. flag flies at a Goodyear Tire facility in Somerville, Massachusetts, U.S., July 25, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File PhotoGoodyear Tire & Rubber Co (GT.O) topped Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Friday, boosted by demand for its replacement tires, sending shares up nearly 3%. By leveraging improved distribution and new products, we outperformed the industry," said Goodyear Chief Executive Officer Richard Kramer. Goodyear said tire volumes rose 12% to 35 million units in the quarter, while replacement tire volumes jumped 14%. Net sales rose 14.9% to $3.51 billion, beating estimates of $3.40 billion, according to Refinitiv data.
Persons: Brian Snyder, Richard Kramer, Goodyear Organizations: U.S, Goodyear Tire, REUTERS, Goodyear Tire &, Goodyear, Thomson Locations: Somerville , Massachusetts, U.S, United States
White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said that he hasn't taken a day off in over a year. "I haven't had a day off in 14 months, but other than that, I'm doing fine," Fauci, 80, told Now This News' Zinhle Essamuah. At the start of the pandemic, Fauci said that he was only sleeping three hours a night. It really wore me down badly," Fauci told National Geographic in May 2020. Fauci has served served seven consecutive presidents over the course of his career.
Persons: Anthony Fauci, it's, Fauci, Christine Grady, bioethicist, he's, It's, I'm, Elon Musk Organizations: White, Geographic, Huffington, National Institute of Allergy, National Institute of Health's, Stat News, Endeavor
But beyond his personal consumption of the fizzy beverage, Trump should — in theory — have the power to organize a boycott of Coke at his family business' properties. At Doral, the CNN reporter spotted a case of Diet Coke bottles opened and ready for use behind the eponymous Donald J. Trump ballroom. It is possible that Trump properties can't dump Coke because they are contractually obligated to offer it. But the hypocrisy of Trump calling on people who trust him to shun Coke while continuing to sell its drinks at Trump properties should not be taken lightly. Coca-Cola KO declined to comment on the boycott and its relationships with Trump Organization properties.
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Google cofounder Sergey Brin is building a secretive airship company called LTA. Brin was inspired by the USS Macon, a massive airship built by the US Navy in the 1930s. If Sergey Brin has anything to do with it, the future of humanitarian aid could come in the form of giant airships roaming the skies. Brin, the Google cofounder worth over $99 billion, has been working on a secretive airship company for over four years. An LTA airship could take to the skies in 2021TechCrunch reports that LTA has already built a prototype aircraft called Pathfinder 1.
Persons: Sergey Brin, Brin, Fabrizio Gandolfo, Larry Page, Ashlee Vance, Ames, Ames that's, Page, Mark Harris, Damian Dovarganes, Madeline Wells, Hindenburg, Organizations: USS, US Navy, Research, NASA's Ames Research Center, Boeing, Gulfstream, Wall Street, Google, Moffett Field, Bloomberg, Ames Research Center, LTA, NASA, Guardian, Goodyear, TechCrunch Locations: USS Macon, Francisco, View , California, Macon, San Francisco, Moffett, Los Angeles, Mountain View, Akron , Ohio
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