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The civil-turned-proxy war in Yemen, now in its eighth year, has created the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. While the U.S. is no longer supplying the Saudi-led coalition with air-to-ground munitions, it is continuing to provide the Saudis with political and diplomatic support. His conclusion, diplomatically stated: All parties in Yemen’s war are putting their own parochial interests above the interests of the Yemeni people, who are suffering enormously. Ultimately, the U.S. isn’t in a position to resolve Yemen’s conflict. Ultimately, the U.S. isn’t in a position to resolve Yemen’s conflict.
Persons: Abu Dhabi, Yemen's Houthi, Joe Biden’s, Hans Grundberg, U.N, Linda Thomas, Greenfield, , hasn’t, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, Biden, Abu Dhabi’s Organizations: U.S, United Arab Emirates, Dhafra, Base, Planet Labs PBC, Abu, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co, United, Planet, AP, Al, Saudi, United Nations Security, White House, U.S . State Department, U.S . Agency for International Development Locations: Yemen, Al, abysmally U.S, Iran, Saudi, Riyadh, UAE, Abu Dhabi, Mussafah, United Arab, U.S, Al Qaeda, Washington, Saudi Arabia, Houthi, Iranian
Blast hits western Afghan city of Herat, killing at least six
  + stars: | 2022-01-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
KABUL, Jan 22 (Reuters) - A blast ripped through a minivan in the western Afghan city of Herat on Saturday, killing at least six people, according to officials. Herat commander Mawlawi Ansari told Reuters that nine people had been injured. Since the Taliban took over in August, a series of blasts and attacks, some claimed by Islamic State, have taken place across Afghanistan. The attacks have heightened the new administration's security challenges as the country spirals into an economic crisis. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterWriting by Charlotte Greenfield Editing by Ros RussellOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jan, Mawlawi Ansari, Charlotte Greenfield, Ros Russell Organizations: Reuters, Islamic, Thomson Locations: KABUL, Afghan, Herat, Islamic State, Afghanistan
EU flags flutter in front of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium October 2, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File PhotoKABUL/BERLIN, Jan 21 (Reuters) - The European Union said on Friday it was re-establishing a physical presence in Afghanistan for humanitarian purposes, but stressed it was not formally recognising the Taliban-led administration. It was the first such announcement by a Western power since the 27-nation EU and many governments withdrew staff and diplomats from Afghanistan as Kabul fell to the hardline Islamist Taliban last August. "The EU has started to re-establish a minimal presence of international EU Delegation staff to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid and monitor the humanitarian situation," said European Commission foreign affairs spokesman Peter Stano. "Our minimal presence in Kabul must not in any way be seen as recognition.
Persons: Yves Herman, Jan, Peter Stano, Sabine Siebold, Charlotte Greenfield, Catherine Evans Organizations: European Commission, REUTERS, European Union, EU, EU Delegation, Tuesday, United Nations, Kabul Newsroom, Thomson Locations: Brussels, Belgium, KABUL, BERLIN, Afghanistan, Kabul, Norwegian, Oslo, Jan, Berlin
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailLightShed's Rich Greenfield explains why now is the time to buy NetflixRich Greenfield, co-founder of LightShed Partners, joins CNBC's 'Squawk Box' to react to Netflix's disappointing quarterly earnings report.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNetflix, Peloton, and Goldman Sachs are some of today's investments: Pro Market Movers Jan. 21Jim Cramer, Richard Greenfield of Lightshed Partners, Will Power of Robert W. Baird & Co., Bernie McTernan of Needham, Nilay Patel of The Verge, Pete Najarian of MarketRebellion.com, Steve Weiss of Short Hills Capital, Mark Fisher of MBF Clearing, and Jim Lebenthal of Cerity explain why they are buying, selling, or holding specific stocks and ETFs.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Jim Cramer, Richard Greenfield, Will Power, Robert W, Baird, Bernie McTernan, Nilay Patel, Pete Najarian, Steve Weiss, Mark Fisher, Jim Lebenthal Organizations: Netflix, Pro, Movers, Lightshed Partners, Co, Short Hills Capital Locations: Needham
Sohaila Noori, 29, owner of a sewing workshop, poses at her workshop in Kabul, Afghanistan January 15, 2022. A few months ago, before the hardline Islamist Taliban movement seized power in August, she employed more than 80 people, mostly women, across three different textile workshops. Afghan women's employment levels fell by an estimated 16% in the third quarter of 2021, according to an ILO report released on Wednesday, relative to 6% for men. Women's employment was expected to be 21% lower than it was before the Taliban takeover by mid-2022 if current conditions continued, according to the ILO. For the workers at Noori's workshop, the opportunity to make some money outweighed other worries.
Persons: Sohaila Noori, Ali Khara KABUL, Jan, Noori, Ramin Behzad, Lailuma, Charlotte Greenfield, Mike Collett Organizations: REUTERS, International Labour Organization, ILO, Kabul, White, Thomson Locations: Kabul, Afghanistan
Fast 15: LightShed's Rich Greenfield on Netflix's plunge
  + stars: | 2022-01-20 | by ( Melissa Lee | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFast 15: LightShed's Rich Greenfield on Netflix's plungeLightShed Partners' Rich Greenfield joins the traders to discuss Netflix's plunge after earnings and stocks you may want to buy on the dip. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan, Karen Finerman and Pete Najarian.
Persons: LightShed's Rich Greenfield, Rich Greenfield, Melissa Lee, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan, Karen Finerman, Pete Najarian Organizations: Fast Money
WarnerMedia angered many players in Hollywood by releasing its 2021 films in theaters and on HBO Max. And though it's still smaller than Netflix (214 million subs as of September) and Disney+ (118 million), HBO Max surprised Hollywood as the most downloaded entertainment app in the US last year, per data firm Apptopia. The pandemic created an opportunity for Kilar and his team to take a big swing with HBO Max. Though the aggressive move — no other film studio followed suit — caused hand-wringing over the future of the cinematic experience, for HBO Max it was a lifeline. "It was critical," said head of HBO Max Andy Forssell, noting that the streamer's original programming calendar was thin heading into 2021 as a result of pandemic-driven production delays.
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WarnerMedia angered many players in Hollywood by releasing its 2021 films in theaters and on HBO Max. And though it's still smaller than Netflix (214 million subs as of September) and Disney+ (118 million), HBO Max surprised Hollywood as the most downloaded entertainment app in the US last year, per data firm Apptopia. The pandemic created an opportunity for Kilar and his team to take a big swing with HBO Max. Though the aggressive move — no other film studio followed suit — caused hand-wringing over the future of the cinematic experience, for HBO Max it was a lifeline. "It was critical," said head of HBO Max Andy Forssell, noting that the streamer's original programming calendar was thin heading into 2021 as a result of pandemic-driven production delays.
Persons: WarnerMedia, HBO Max, Jason Kilar, WarnerMedia's, Denis Villeneuve's, , Christopher Nolan —, Kilar, Hollywood, Nolan, We've, Justin Sullivan, Nolan's, Tenet, Ann Sarnoff, Toby Emmerich, HBO Max Andy Forssell, Max, Forssell, David Chase, Rich Greenfield, Robert Pattinson Organizations: Hollywood, HBO, Warner Bros, New York Times, Netflix, Disney, Warners, Discovery, Kilar Locations: Newark
Roku CEO Anthony Wood is under pressure to figure out what's next as the stock has slid 59 percent over the past year. The departure of Scott Rosenberg, Roku's senior vice president and general manager of platform business, is stirring debate from Wall Street to Madison Avenue about what Roku's business will look like a year or two from now. Rosenberg, the second most highly paid executive after CEO Anthony Wood, built Roku's ad business from nothing and is leaving in the spring. Dave Morgan, the CEO of video ad tech firm Simulmedia, told Insider the departure of Rosenberg could signal a reordering of Roku's priorities. "Can you prioritize the core ad business, the marketing, promotion and partnership deals, and content acquisition equally?"
Persons: Anthony Wood, what's, Scott Rosenberg, Roku's, Rosenberg, Dave Morgan, Dan Salmon, Morgan, Roku, Rich Greenfield, They've, Quibi, Greenfield, Rob Holmes, Ted Sarandos, Reed Hastings, What's, Michael Nathanson, Scott, Nathanson, — Nathanson, Wood's, Shahid Khan, Arthur D, Steve Jobs, Khan, Shelly Palmer Organizations: Madison Avenue, Netflix, BMO Capital Markets, Apple, Comcast, Analysts, LightShed Partners, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, Tech, Samsung, LG, Google
KABUL, Jan 17 (Reuters) - An earthquake rocked western Afghanistan on Monday, killing more than 20 people and destroying hundreds of homes, local authorities said. The 5.6 magnitude tremor shook the western province of Badghis, bordering Turkmenistan, in the afternoon, reducing brick homes to rubble, according to photos shared by local authorities. "Unfortunately, our initial reports show that 22 people, including women and children, have been killed and four others injured," said Baz Mohammad Sarwari, the director of Information and Culture of the Badghis provincial administration. Mullah Janan Saeqe, head of the Emergency Operations Centre of the Ministry of State for Emergency Affairs, confirmed the death toll and said more than 700 houses had been damaged. Sanullah Sabit, the head of the nursing unit at the main hospital in Badghis' capital said they had received five patients injured in the quake, mostly with broken bones and fractures.
Persons: Jan, Baz Mohammad Sarwari, Mullah Janan Saeqe, Sanullah Sabit, Sneha Bhowmik, Charlotte Greenfield, Louise Heavens, William Maclean Organizations: Emergency, Centre of, Ministry of State, Emergency Affairs, Kabul, Thomson Locations: KABUL, Afghanistan, Badghis, Turkmenistan, Bengaluru
The latest installment in the "Scream" franchise opens this weekend to a movie theater industry threatened by a rapid rise in coronavirus cases fueled by the more transmissible omicron variant. But the debut of "Scream" presents a chance to break Spider-Man's grip on the top spot at the weekend box office, which it's held for four weeks. The film is projected to tally between $25 million and $30 million in ticket sales during its opening weekend, according to Comscore. "The horror genre was one of the saviors of the movie theater during the pandemic," said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore. "Then you have younger viewers who want to go out to the movie theater.
Persons: it's, Rich Greenfield, Neve Campbell, Courtney Cox, David Arquette, Melissa Barrera, Jenna Ortega, Jack Quaid, Cox, Drew Barrymore, Paul Dergarabedian, You've Organizations: LightShed Ventures, Comscore, Gallup
Ronnie Spector, known for singing iconic 1960s hits such as “Be My Baby” and “Walking in the Rain,” died Wednesday of cancer, according to a statement from her family. Ronnie Spector, 78, led the girl group the Ronettes and was known for rocking the cat-eye makeup and beehive hair that became synonymous with the era. Estelle Bennett Vann, Ronnie Spector and Nedra Talley Ross of the vocal trio "Ronettes" pose for a portrait in 1964. Michael Ochs Archives / Getty ImagesBorn Veronica Bennett, Ronnie Spector began performing around New York City with her older sister, Estelle Bennet, and their cousin Nedra Talley. Ronnie Spector married Phil Spector in 1968, but the couple divorced in 1974.
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Musician Ronnie Spector performs during the 2010 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, March 15, 2010. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/File PhotoJan 12 (Reuters) - Ronnie Spector, the pioneering lead singer of the 1960s American "girl group" the Ronettes, whose vocals graced such hits as "Be My Baby" and "Baby, I Love You," has died at the age of 78, relatives said on Wednesday. With Phil Spector producing, the Ronettes dominated music charts with hits such as "Be My Baby" and "Do I Love You" and "Walking in the Rain." Phil Spector died last year at age 81 of COVID-19 while serving a life sentence for murder in the 2003 shooting of a Hollywood actress. At Ronettes' Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Rolling Stones lead guitarist Keith Richards recalled the first time he heard Ronnie Spector sing.
Persons: Ronnie Spector, Lucas Jackson, Spector, Jonathan Greenfield, Ronnie, Ronnie Bennett, Estelle, Nedra Talley, Phil Spector, Leonard Cohen, Ike, Tina Turner, Frankie Lymon's, Eddie Money's, Bruce Springsteen's, Keith Richards, Nedra, Richards, Ismail Shakil, Steve Gorman, Lisa Richwine, Chris Reese, Richard Chang Organizations: Hall of Fame, REUTERS, Roll Hall of Fame, New, Colpix Records, Columbia Pictures, Beatles, Hollywood, of Fame, Thomson Locations: New York, American, Spanish Harlem, New York City, Bengaluru, Los Angeles
Aylin Trujillo, born at 00:00 on January 1, 2022, lies in a bassinet while her twin brother Alfredo Trujillo, born at 23:45 on December 31, 2021, is held, in Salinas, California, U.S., January 1, 2022 in this image from social media. They will certainly have a tale to tell about their birthdays, which fall on different days, months and years. "It was a surprise," mother Fatima Madrigal, 28, told Reuters on Tuesday in an interview from Greenfield, California. According to Natividad Medical Center, where the twins were born, there are about 120,000 twin births in the United States every year, but twins with different birthdays are rarer. Some estimate the chance of twins being born in different years as one in 2 million, the hospital said.
Persons: Aylin Trujillo, Alfredo Trujillo, Jan, Fatima Madrigal, Alfredo Antonio Trujillo, Aylin, Alfredo, Madrigal, Robert Trujillo, it's, Jane Ross, Karishma Singh, Michael Perry Organizations: Natividad, REUTERS, Reuters, Natividad Medical, Thomson Locations: Salinas , California, U.S, REUTERS GREENFIELD, Calif, New, Greenfield , California, United States
A new mom in Greenfield, California, described how it feels to welcome the year with twins, a boy and a girl, who were born 15 minutes apart — but in separate years. Madrigal and Robert Trujillo ended 2021 and began 2022 with the first set of twins on either side of their immediate family. Fifteen minutes later, his twin sister, Aylin Yolanda Trujillo, was born at 12 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2022. The chance of twins’ being born in separate years is 1 in 2 million, the hospital said in a statement. "This was definitely one of the most memorable deliveries of my career," said Dr. Ana Abril Arias, a family doctor at Natividad Medical Group.
Persons: Fátima Madrigal, Hoy Día, Madrigal, Robert Trujillo, Aylin, Alfredo, That’s, , ” Alfredo Antonio Trujillo, Aylin Yolanda Trujillo, , Ana Abril Arias Organizations: Natividad, Natividad Medical, Facebook, Twitter Locations: Greenfield , California, Salinas , California, Monterey County
A New York Sweet Shop Out of Childhood Dreams
  + stars: | 2021-12-28 | by ( Reggie Nadelson | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
In this series for T, the author Reggie Nadelson revisits New York institutions that have defined cool for decades, from time-honored restaurants to unsung dives. It is sometimes said that the oldest extant shop of its kind in New York City is Economy Candy on Rivington Street. The last time I stopped by, on a cold December day, was by this measure a triumph: The owners, Mitchell Cohen, 36, and Skye Greenfield Cohen, 32, had saved me some Bonomo Turkish Taffy. Because this is a shop that stocks so much vintage candy, Cohen and Greenfield Cohen are always under siege by sentimental regulars. “Somebody came in asking for Turkish Taffy just yesterday,” Cohen told me.
Persons: Reggie Nadelson, Mitchell Cohen, Skye Greenfield Cohen, Cohen, Greenfield Cohen, “ Somebody, ” Cohen, Organizations: Turkish Locations: New, New York City, Candy
(Reuters) - Reddit users have helped fuel dozens of “meme” stock rallies this year, from retailer GameStop Corp to movie operator AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. Many Reddit users indicated in posts on Thursday that they would back the IPO. But several industry analysts questioned whether the “meme” stock trend will carry Reddit’s stock over the long term. That reflects a tripling from a year ago, or about $400 million annually on a run-rate basis, serving about 52 million users daily. Twitter, which launched in 2006, reported $3.72 billion in revenue last year and now attracts 211 million users a day.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Reddit, Steve Huffman, , , Ygal Arounian, Matt Navarra, Conde Nast, Rich Greenfield, ” Greenfield Organizations: Reuters, GameStop Corp, AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc, REUTERS, Tech, Securities and Exchange Commission, Facebook, Meta, Twitter, Google, BBC, YouTube, LightShed, Marvel, Wars Locations: Francisco, Britain, Navarra,
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration//File PhotoDec 17 (Reuters) - Reddit users have helped fuel dozens of "meme" stock rallies this year, from retailer GameStop Corp (GME.N) to movie operator AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc (AMC.N). Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterMany Reddit users indicated in posts on Thursday that they would back the IPO. But several industry analysts questioned whether the "meme" stock trend will carry Reddit's stock over the long term. That reflects a tripling from a year ago, or about $400 million annually on a run-rate basis, serving about 52 million users daily. Twitter, which launched in 2006, reported $3.72 billion in revenue last year and now attracts 211 million users a day.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Reddit, Steve Huffman, Ygal Arounian, Matt Navarra, Conde Nast, Rich Greenfield, Greenfield, Dawn Chmielewski, Sheila Dang, Greg Roumeliotis, Kenneth Li Organizations: REUTERS, GameStop Corp, AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc, Reuters, Tech, Securities and Exchange Commission, Facebook, Meta, Twitter, Google, BBC, YouTube, LightShed, Marvel, Wars, Thomson Locations: San Francisco, Britain, Navarra
KNBCImmediately afterward, the Dream Academy player can be seen falling to the floor. A player beside her — identified to NBC Los Angeles by her mother, Alice Ham, as Lauryn Ham, 15 — also falls. After she gets back up, the Dream Academy player can be seen lunging toward Lauryn and striking her in the head. In Thursday's statement, Spitzer accused Hunt, who was at the game, of telling her daughter: "You better hit her for that." Lauryn was diagnosed with a concussion after the game, Alice Ham told NBC Los Angeles.
Persons: Latira Hunt, , Todd Spitzer, , , KNBC, Alice Ham, Lauryn Ham, Lauryn, Spitzer, Hunt, Corey Benjamin, Brett Greenfield, Jan, Kevin Hahn Organizations: Attorney's, , Dream Academy, NBC, Dream, Chicago Bulls, Hams Locations: Southern California, Orange County, Garden Grove, Los Angeles, NBC Los Angeles
People wait for their turn to get petrol at a petrol station, after Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) announced a countrywide strike, in Karachi, Pakistan November 24, 2021. REUTERS/Akhtar SoomroISLAMABAD, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Pakistan's petrol retailers began a nationwide strike on Thursday as the main industry body flagged low profit margins, exacerbated by the government's move to raise taxes and boost revenue under its agreements with the International Monetary Fund. We will not make our pumps operational till our demands are met," Khwaja Asif Ahmed, secretary of information at Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association, told reporters in Lahore on Wednesday evening. "Anyone involved in oil disruptions causing public inconvenience shall be dealt strictly in accordance with OGRA laws." Pakistan's gas station association has said profit margins have already dropped over the last few months as the government previously increased the petroleum levy.
Persons: Akhtar Soomro, Khwaja Asif Ahmed, Charlotte Greenfield, Asif Shahzad Organizations: Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association, REUTERS, International Monetary Fund, Gas Regulatory Authority, IMF, Thomson Locations: Karachi, Pakistan, Akhtar Soomro ISLAMABAD, Lahore
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThere will be a movie theater industry, just smaller, says LightShed's GreenfieldRich Greenfield, LightShed Partners co-founder, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss what people are watching this holiday season.
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Netflix has unveiled a new online hub to share viewership data about its top TV shows and movies. On Tuesday, it introduced an online hub devoted to sharing public viewership data. That was "Red Notice," the action comedy starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, which subscribers watched for a cumulative 149 million hours. For the last several years, Netflix's decision to remain tight-lipped about viewership data has given other streamers cover for their own decisions to do the same. "By publishing its actual viewership data, Netflix is essentially creating a new weapon to shift talent/projects in its direction and away from peers."
Persons: Ted Sarandos —, , Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, HBO Max, Peacock, Julia Alexander, Nielsen, Alexander, Sandra Bullock, Sarandos, Cherry, We've, Pablo Perez De Rosso, we're, Kasey Moore, Perez De Rosso, they've, Rich Greenfield, Brandon Ross, Mark Kelley Organizations: Netflix, Hollywood, Disney, HBO, Apple, Hulu, Amazon's, Paramount Locations: U.S
(Adds context on weakening rupee, economic outlook, previous decision, adds analyst comment)ISLAMABAD, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Pakistan’s central bank said on Tuesday it was bringing forward its next monetary policy decision to Friday due to “unforeseen developments” affecting the outlook for inflation. The central bank did not specify what developments it was focused on, but analysts pointed to growing questions around the impact an IMF review could have on the economy and policy. The bank had been scheduled to make its next monetary policy announcement a week later on Nov. 26. The concerns around the IMF review have also been partly blamed for a slide in the rupee in recent weeks, adding pressure on an economy struggling with high inflation and a current account deficit. At its meeting in September, the State Bank raised its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points to 7.25%, the first move it had made since slashing borrowing costs last year, and signalled it could lift rates further in future.
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ISLAMABAD, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Pakistan’s central bank said on Tuesday it was bringing forward its next monetary policy decision to Friday due to “unforeseen developments” affecting the outlook for inflation. “The meeting has been brought forward in light of recent unforeseen developments that have affected the outlook for inflation and the balance of payments, and to help reduce the uncertainty about monetary settings prevailing in the market,” the State Bank of Pakistan said in a statement. The bank had been scheduled to make its next monetary policy announcement on Nov. 26. (Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
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