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Tesla — Stock in the electric vehicle company sank about 9% after second-quarter earnings were weaker-than-expected. Texas Instruments — Stock in the chipmaker ticked up about 2% thanks to better-than-expected second-quarter earnings. Texas Instruments reported earnings of $1.22 per share while analysts polled by LSEG expected $1.17. Visa's $8.9 billion in revenue was slightly weaker than an estimated $8.92 billion from analysts polled by LSEG. Analysts polled by LSEG forecast $404 million.
Persons: LSEG, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, , Alex Harring, Sarah Min, Jesse Pound Organizations: YouTube, . Texas, , Texas, Garden Entertainment, Visa —, LSEG, FactSet, Capital, Meta, Seagate, Enphase Energy Locations: Madison
Tesla : The electric vehicle maker missed expectations on earnings per share (EPS) in the second quarter, and the stock dropped 12%. CNBC's Jim Cramer praised Tesla CEO Elon Musk's post-earnings conference call. "It was a manifesto of what he's thinking about long term," Cramer added. Dow stock Visa dropped more than 3%. Cramer said GE Vernova does not talk up its natural gas business because it wants to be known as clean energy.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, CNBC's Jim Cramer, Elon Musk's, Cramer, there's, Haviv Ilan Organizations: CNBC, Club, Dow, Visa, GE, Texas Locations: U.S
And between 2020 and 2023, that seems to have been true of population growth. Celina, Texas, a city about 40 miles north of Dallas, earned the top spot as its population grew by more than 143% between 2020 and 2023. But it's the only Texas city among the 10 U.S. cities and towns that saw the biggest population drops between 2020 and 2023. The state's population has been growing steadily and faster than nearly any other state since 2000, the Census Bureau reports. Despite its position along the Southern border, domestic migration has played a slightly larger role than international migration in Texas' population growth, the agency finds.
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Tesla reported adjusted earnings per share at 52 cents, while analysts surveyed by LSEG had called for 62 cents per share. Visa reported $8.9 billion in revenue, which came in slightly below the $8.92 billion forecast by analysts polled by LSEG. Its adjusted earnings per share of 19 cents topped analysts' estimates for 17 cents per share, according to LSEG data. In the fiscal fourth quarter, earnings of $2.32 per share were higher than a year ago, but shy of the $2.41 per share analysts predicted, according to FactSet. Revenue of $304 million also fell short of the $310 million analysts forecast.
Persons: Tesla, LSEG, Enphase, Chubb, , Christina Cheddar Berk Organizations: Street, Visa, LSEG, Seagate —, Seagate, Capital, Revenue, Texas, Mattel, Maine, Enphase Energy Locations: Santa Monica , California, Cal, LSEG
California gets 54 electoral votes (it has two senators and 52 congressional districts). The winner is the candidate who gets 270 or more electoral votes. If no candidate gets to 270 electoral votes, the House of Representatives picks the winner from among the candidates who got electoral votes. The campaigns will focus more attention on the fewer than one-third of all electoral votes they consider to be up for grabs or winnable by either party. Two states, Maine and Nebraska, apportion some of their electoral votes by congressional district rather than giving all of them to the state winner.
Persons: CNN —, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, , Kristen Soltis Anderson, , Biden, Trump, Hillary Clinton Organizations: CNN, Republican, Republican National Convention, House, Electoral, District of Columbia, Wisconsin –, Trump, Constitution, Democrats Locations: . Washington, California, . Texas, Florida, New York, Maine, – Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Constitution . North Carolina , Colorado, Nebraska
These 10 U.S. states have America’s best economies in 2024
  + stars: | 2024-07-18 | by ( Scott Cohn | )   time to read: +13 min
We consider economic growth and job growth. We measure the breadth of each state's economy by looking at how many major corporations are headquartered there. Delaware's economy turned in a lackluster performance in 2023 — the only state economy to shrink last year. Mario Tama | Getty ImagesThe Grand Canyon State's surging chip sector is delivering many dividends, including strong job growth and a healthy housing market. But he noted that construction employment grew at a healthy pace last year, evidence that the state economy still has steam left.
Persons: Dupont De Nemours, Ethan Miller, Kevin C, George Frey, Mark Knold, Knold, Zions, Mario Tama, Katie Hobbs, Allison Joyce, they've, Andrew Berger, Gross, Berger, Nina Dietzel, Lawrence Kessler, Kessler, Brandon Bell, Joe Raedle Organizations: Companies, Business, Delaware, Istock, Getty, Fortune, Census, Commerce Department, Aaa, Direct Investment, Corporate, Gem State, Micron Technology, Lamb Weston Holdings, Silver State, Pew, Major Corporations, Vegas Sands, MGM Resorts, Benz, Cox, Mercedes, Nestlé, Purina, Adidas, Georgia Department of Economic, U.S . Commerce Department, Assurant, Intercontinental, Contractors, Bloomberg, Utah's Department of Workforce Services, Arizona Workers, Gov, Democrat, Major, Technology, North, Health, Employers, North Carolina Department of Commerce, Corporate Headquarters, Bank of America, Duke Energy, Tennessee, University of Tennessee, The Volunteer State, FedEx, Texas Employees, Lone Star State, Entrepreneurship, Oracle, Tesla, Amerant Locations: States, Wilmington, New Castle County , Delaware, Delaware, Incyte, Idaho, Boise , Idaho, USA, Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas , Nevada, Southern California, Vegas, Georgia, Atlanta , Georgia, Peach, Utah, Provo , Utah, U.S, Beehive, Buckeye , Arizona, Arizona, North Carolina, Wilmington , North Carolina, Carolina, Tennessee Nashville , Tennessee, Luling , Texas, The Texas, North Dakota, California, Texas, Florida, Sunrise , Florida
2024 Quality of Life Score: 119 out of 325 Points (Top States Grade: D-) Strengths: Crime, Voting Rights, Worker Protections Weaknesses: Air Quality, Reproductive Rights, Health Care9. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 98 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strength: Air Quality Weaknesses: Voting Rights, Crime, Reproductive Rights6. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 96 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strengths: Child Care, Air Quality Weaknesses: Crime, Inclusiveness, Health Care5. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 85 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strength: Air Quality Weaknesses: Reproductive Rights, Health, Worker Protections, Voting Rights3. 2024 Quality of Life Score: 83 out of 325 points (Top States Grade: F) Strength: Child Care Weaknesses: Voting Rights, Inclusiveness, Worker Protections2.
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Jim Obergefell, the named plaintiff in the Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court case that legalized same sex marriage nationwide. Eric Gay / AP PhotoOn June 26, 2003, same-sex sexual activity was legalized in Lawrence v. Texas. The Supreme Court of the United States held that criminalizing consensual, same-sex sexual conduct violates the due process clause of the 14th Amendment. On June 26, 2015, exactly 12 years after Lawrence v. Texas, the United States Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriages are recognized under the 14th Amendment in the Obergefell v. Hodges case. More recently, on June 28, the Texas Supreme Court upheld its 2023 ruling that bans transgender minors from receiving gender-affirming medical care.
Persons: Jim Obergefell, Hodges, Eric Gay, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton's, Lawrence, Momo Takahashi Organizations: Lawrence v . Texas, . Texas, United States Supreme Locations: Lawrence v ., United States, ., Texas
The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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But the president’s abject debate performance and defiance in the aftermath have badly weakened his standing in a party already unenthusiastic about his campaign. Any slip ups or confusion would rip off the fragile patch Biden has fixed on the dam of Democratic Party support. Biden needs one of his classic comebacks more than everStill, it’s too early to count Biden out. “We concluded that Joe Biden is old; we found out, and the polling came back that he’s old,” Fetterman told CNN. Many of the CBC’s members are in solid blue districts and may be under less pressure than frontline Democrats who have criticized the president’s debate performance.
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With three children and a dog, the Aguilar Ortega family trekked through the jungle, hopped freight trains and toured Times Square. Millions of Venezuelans like the Aguilar Ortega family have fled economic misery and political repression in their homeland as it descended into turmoil. “The kids want to go to New York,” Mr. Aguilar said in Spanish as he stood by his tent in Mexico City. Mr. Aguilar created hiding places for their cash, using toenail clippers to cut small openings into Hayli’s jacket and Josué’s pants. She called Ms. Ortega to check in, and learned of the family’s setup.
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CNN —Tropical Storm Beryl will strengthen as it tracks toward the Texas-Mexico border this weekend, bringing a risk of damaging winds, life-threatening storm surge and dangerous flooding to Texas beginning late Sunday. • Hurricane and storm surge watches issued: Hurricane and storm surge watches were extended eastward along the Texas coast Friday night. • Beryl expected to slam South Texas: Beryl is forecast to make landfall over South Padre Island, Texas, close to the Texas-Mexico border, as a Category 1 hurricane late Sunday night, according to the National Hurricane Center. • At least nine dead due to Beryl: Beryl became the earliest Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic on record earlier this week. Randy Brooks/AFP/Getty Images Brad Reinhart, senior hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, tracks Hurricane Beryl on Monday.
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Beryl moved into the the Gulf of Mexico Friday and took aim at the south Texas coast after battering Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Texas officials issued disaster declarations and urge coastal residents to prepare as the storm headed their way. The storm's center Friday afternoon was in the Gulf just off Mexico, about 615 miles (995 kilometers) southeast of Corpus Christi, Texas. Some Texas counties have already issued voluntary evacuation orders in low-lying areas, and Texas officials urged coastal residents to prepare. Beryl spread destruction in Jamaica, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Barbados this week.
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Rather than sparking typical cheer on Wall Street, Elliott's campaign, spelled out in a 50-page presentation, led to confusion and concern among investors and customers. Several activism experts pointed to two of Elliott's past targets for insight into the hedge fund's strategy for Southwest: Suncor Energy in 2022 and Marathon Petroleum in 2019. Elliott partner John Pike, who is now leading the Southwest campaign, was involved in the firm's actions at both energy companies. Pike and portfolio manager Bobby Xu are leading Elliott's Southwest campaign. But in 2018, a few months after reaching an agreement with Elliott, Marathon announced it was only getting bigger.
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Read previewFor some Baltimore families, basic income helped pay the bills: rent, groceries, healthcare, childcare, and car payments. After one year of receiving payments, participants were more likely to have housing, higher household income, and a degree than the pilot's control group. Researchers primarily focused on participants' income, housing, employment, and education outcomes in the first year of the pilot. Related storiesThe Baltimore Young Families Success Fund randomly assigned eligible applicants to the participant group or a control group. She said the cash payments helped her family secure housing along with everyday expenses.
Persons: , Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Tazhane Jordan, Jordan, Ken Paxton, Louis, Scott Organizations: Service, Baltimore Young, Abt, Business, Baltimore Mayor, American, Texas, Baltimore Locations: Baltimore, GBI, Iowa, Arizona, Houston
Read previewPresident Joe Biden has offered a new explanation for his disastrous debate performance: jet lag. On debate night, a Biden campaign source told The Wall Street Journal that Biden had a cold going into the event. The Biden blame gamePost-debate, Biden critics and supporters alike have been speculating whether his age might kill the Democratic ticket's chances of winning in 2024. A House Democratic aide told Reuters that 25 Democrats are preparing to call Biden to quit the race. AdvertisementRepresentatives for Biden didn't immediately respond to requests for comment from Business Insider sent outside regular business hours.
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Read previewThe Supreme Court isn't willing to blow up the internet just yet. The Texas law applied to social media companies with at least 50 million users, while Florida included companies with over 100 million users. As Judge Andrew Oldham wrote in his appeals court decision upholding the Texas law, the Florida law "prohibits all censorship of some speakers," while the Texas law "prohibits some censorship of all speakers." Part of the reason the Supreme Court might have agreed to hear the cases to begin with is because there was a circuit split between the states. But Calvert said on Monday that because the high court's decision is so favorable to the social media companies, that's not likely to happen.
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In today's big story, we're looking at the first — and somewhat unconventional — US presidential debate happening tonight . Evan Vucci/AP images, Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP images, Tyler Le/BIIt didn't come easy, and it won't feel quite the same, but we're getting our first US presidential debate tonight. AdvertisementBut don't be surprised by some noticeable differences from what you've come to expect when two presidential candidates face off. And this marks the first presidential debate the platform navigates under the Elon Musk regime. In other newsAdvertisementWhat's happening todayRFK Jr., who did not qualify for the CNN presidential debate, will answer debate questions via livestream during his campaign's counter-programming.
Persons: , Evan Vucci, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Tyler Le, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, it's, Insider's Brent D, Griffiths, Biden, Brent, Chris Szagola, Julien de Rosa, Alice Tecotzky, Cros, Sunny Verghese, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Adam Posen, Posen, Bord, Jenny Chang, Rodriguez, Mustafa Suleyman, Alberto Miranda, they're, Dan DeFrancesco, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, Annie Smith, Amanda Yen Organizations: Service, Business, Trump, Biden, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Elon, Getty, Peterson, BI, NFL, RFK Jr Locations: Tesla . Texas, New York, London
Learn moreThe 2024 Men's College World Series is about to crown a new baseball champion, and you can watch all of the action from home. Keep reading to learn how to watch the Men's College World Series Championship to see whether Tennessee or Texas A&M will walk away the victor. The Men's College World Series kicked off on June 14 in Omaha and has steadily whittled down to two teams. How to watch the Men's College World Series in the USGame 1 will air on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. See at ESPNIf you're looking for a little more of an elaborate live TV streaming option, you can try out Sling TV or Fubo.
Persons: There's, ExpressVPN Organizations: Business, Men's, LSU, Tennessee, Texas, ESPN, ABC, MLB, NHL, NFL, UFC, Hulu, Disney Plus Locations: Tennessee, Texas, Omaha, North Carolina
Under an 80-year-old treaty, the United States and Mexico share waters from the Colorado River and the Rio Grande, respectively. They say the lack of water from Mexico is propelling them into crisis, leaving the future of farming in the balance. Pain in both countriesThe water from Mexico goes to the Falcon and Amistad Reservoirs which straddle the border and provide water to homes as well and farms. To rely only on storms to reduce water scarcity would make Mexico “totally exposed to what nature decides about our water future,” UNAM’s Magnaña Rueda said. Ultimately, there needs to be a recognition that water sharing agreements must adapt to a changing climate, Rueda said.
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Where patients traveled for abortions Number of patients 10,000 1,000 100 2023 171,300 patients traveled Alaska Wash. N.D. Hawaii Minn. Ore. N.Y . Number of patients 10,000 1,000 100 2023 171,300 patients traveled 2019 73,100 patients traveled Alaska Alaska Wash. Wash. Maine Mont. An exodus from Texas 10,000 1,000 100 Number of patients 2023 35,500 Texas patients traveled Wash. N.Y. Mass. Texas 10,000 1,000 100 Number of patients 2023 35,500 Texas patients traveled Wash. N.Y. Mass. Change in abortions by state State Abortions 2023 Change from 2019 Nonresident share Wyo.
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Read the Court’s Decision to Uphold Access to Abortion Pill
  + stars: | 2024-06-13 | by ( )   time to read: +3 min
Held: Plaintiffs lack Article III standing to challenge FDA's actions regarding the regulation of mifepristone. (a) Article III standing is a “bedrock constitutional requirement that this Court has applied to all manner of important disputes." Causation requires the plaintiff to establish that the plaintiff's injury likely was caused or likely will be caused by the defendant's conduct. Because plaintiffs do not prescribe or use mifepristone, plaintiffs are unregulated parties who seek to challenge FDA's regulation of others. Plaintiffs advance several complicated causation theories to connect FDA's actions to the plaintiffs' alleged injuries in fact.
Persons: , Allen, Wright, Ramirez, Summers, Lujan Organizations: Fifth Circuit, FDA, Earth Island Institute, of Wildlife Locations: States, . Texas
Learn moreThe Oklahoma Sooners are attempting to snag their fourth consecutive win at the Women's College World Series this year, but the Texas Longhorns are proving to be worthy adversaries. Below, we'll show you how to watch the Women's College World Series finals from home. Oklahoma and Texas kicked off the finals yesterday with a game that ended in an 8-3 victory for Oklahoma. How to watch the Women's College World Series in the USThe Oklahoma vs. Texas game will air on Thursday, June 6 at 8 p.m. View at FuboHow to watch the Women's College World Series from anywhereFor those who will be traveling outside the US during Game 2 of the Women's College World Series finals, you can try keeping up with your subscriptions via VPN (virtual private network).
Persons: they'll, you'd, There's, ExpressVPN Organizations: Business, Oklahoma Sooners, Women's, Texas Longhorns, Oklahoma, Texas, NCAA Division, Stanford, ESPN, Sling, MLB, NHL, NFL, UFC, Hulu, Disney Plus, ESPN Sling Locations: Oklahoma, Texas, Florida
A view of transmission towers in flames as Corral Fire continue in San Joaquin County, California, United States on June 2, 2024. "It's coming early," said Eric Kurth, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sacramento, California. The forecast suggests temperatures may climb to 113 degrees Fahrenheit in Phoenix and could reach 108 in California's Central Valley. The National Weather Service is forecasting a heat wave throughout much of the Southwest and parts of California from Tuesday through Thursday as a ridge of high pressure centers over the region. Following a bout of extreme pre-summer heat in Texas and Florida , California and Arizona are next in line for temperature spikes.
Persons: It's, Eric Kurth, Cecile Juliette, Kurth Organizations: National Weather Service, Fire, California Department of Forestry, Atmospheric Administration, Southwest, Associated, for Disease Control, AP Locations: San Joaquin County , California, United States, Sacramento , California, Phoenix, Central Valley, California, Texas, Florida , California, Arizona, Tracy , California, San Francisco, U.S, Maricopa County
Barra sold more than $27 million worth of stock on May 28, joining several other GM insiders who have done similar trades this year. Meanwhile, Benioff sold more than $12 million worth of shares over the course of several days. Salesforce CEO Benioff sold 45,000 shares at an average price of $270.70 for a total of $12.18 million. The biggest move came from two insiders at a small investment firm — Oxford Lane Capital — who combined to buy $50 million worth of the stock. Claros Mortgage CEO Richard Mack bought 160,000 shares at an average price of $7.20 for a total of $1.15 million.
Persons: Mary Barra, Marc Benioff, Barra, Benioff, execs, Verity, Salesforce's, General Motors CEO Barra, Anthony Casalena, Brice Hill, Gerald Morgan, Cameron Breitner, Jonathan Cohen, Saul Rosenthal, Joseph Adams Jr, John Rakolta Jr, Richard Mack, , Nick Wells Organizations: VerityData, General Motors CEO, Texas, Lane Capital —, Capital Partners, Oxford Lane Capital, FTAI Aviation, Petco, Wellness, Claros Locations: 10b5
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