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CNN —A man acquitted last year on charges linked to a 2020 plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is now looking to unseat an incumbent county sheriff. Eric Molitor has filed to run in the Republican primary this August against Trent Taylor, the sheriff of deep-red Wexford County in Northern Michigan. Taylor told CNN he believes he’s constitutionally obligated to enforce the state’s laws and that it would be “reckless” not to do so, as Molitor has said he would. Molitor told CNN his experience opened his eyes to flaws in the justice system.
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"We should be anticipating higher highs in the market," Lundgren, the chief market strategist at MOTR Capital Management & Research and a portfolio manager at Little Harbor Advisors, recently told Business Insider. The 28-year market veteran's upbeat sentiment is more widespread now than last fall, when the S&P 500 struggled mightily before a powerful end-of-year surge. There can be negative or positive stretches within an established bull or bear market, Lundgren noted. Only one of the ETFs tracking Lundgren's preferred sectors has beaten the S&P 500 (in dark blue) since late last summer. When adjusting for market cap, cyclicals have fared much better and have bested the equal-weight version of the S&P 500 in several cases.
Persons: , David Lundgren, Lundgren, he'd, we've Organizations: Service, MOTR Capital Management & Research, Little Harbor Advisors, Business, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEasyJet sees 'positive momentum' going into the summer travel season, CEO saysEasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren says he anticipates "positive momentum" going into the summer after the low-cost airline posted a slight narrowing of losses in the first half of the year.
Persons: EasyJet, Johan Lundgren
EasyJet shares fall on profit miss, CEO departure
  + stars: | 2024-05-16 | by ( Karen Gilchrist | )   time to read: +1 min
EasyJet Plc passenger aircraft on the tarmac at London Southend Airport in Southend-on-Sea, UK, on Friday, May 3, 2024. Shares of EasyJet fell more than 7% on Thursday after the low-cost airline posted a slightly larger-than-expected loss in the first half of the fiscal year and announced the forthcoming departure of its CEO. Pre-tax losses came in at £350 million ($443 million) for the six months to March, higher than the £340 million expected by analysts, according to a LSEG poll cited by Reuters. The company also announced that CEO Johan Lundgren will be stepping down in January 2025 after seven years at the helm of the business. EasyJet shares pared losses slightly to trade down 5.9% by 10:53 a.m. London time.
Persons: Johan Lundgren, Kenton Jarvis, EasyJet, Lundgren Organizations: Southend Airport, Reuters, CNBC Locations: Southend, London, Spain, Portugal, Turkey
He believes the stock market is rational — even when it doesn't appear to be. Related stories"The market is ruthlessly efficient, both long term and short term," Lundgren said. The strategist added: "The market doesn't care one iota about fundamentals in the short term. Like any market, stock exchanges determine prices based on what buyers and sellers will pay and sell for. Just because it's taking place in a mall doesn't make that mall an insane asylum."
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Long before he was accused of sexual misconduct in a series of lawsuits, and long before federal agents in military gear raided his homes in Miami and Los Angeles, Sean Combs was unforgivable. That was the name he had selected for his first fragrance, which he sold through a partnership with Estée Lauder. It was promoted as a scent that “exudes the energy, sexiness and elegance of Sean Combs,” and he was supposed to give it a publicity boost in April 2006 by ringing the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange alongside William Lauder, the Estée Lauder chief executive, and Terry Lundgren, the head of Federated Department Stores. But Mr. Combs didn’t arrive in time for the opening of the market, saying he had been stuck in traffic. So his fellow business titans did the honors without him.
Persons: Long, Sean Combs, Estée Lauder, , William Lauder, Lauder, Terry Lundgren, Combs didn’t Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Federated Department Stores, titans Locations: Miami, Los Angeles
NEW YORK (AP) — Carl Weathers, a former NFL linebacker who became a Hollywood action movie and comedy star, playing nemesis-turned-ally Apollo Creed in the “Rocky” movies, facing-off against Arnold Schwarzenegger in “Predator” and teaching golf in “Happy Gilmore,” has died. Matt Luber, his manager, said Weathers died Thursday. Most recently, Weathers has starred in the Disney+ hit “The Mandalorian,” appearing in all three seasons. Photos You Should See View All 45 ImagesCreed, who appeared in the first four “Rocky” movies, memorably died in the ring of 1984’s “Rocky IV,” going toe-to-toe with the hulking, steroided-using Soviet Ivan Drago, played by Dolph Lundgren. “When I found football, it was a completely different outlet,” says Weathers told the Detroit News.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEasyJet is on track to deliver strong shareholder returns, CEO saysJohan Lundgren, CEO of easyJet, predicts that consumers will spend more on holidays in 2024 than they did this year.
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He's been CEO of European airline easyJet for the past six years. AdvertisementIn a parallel universe, Johan Lundgren would have become a professional musician and never ended up as CEO of one of the world's biggest airlines. "I like people, and I like travel," Lundgren tells Business Insider in a faint Swedish accent during an interview in central London. He spent many years at TUI, one of Europe's biggest travel companies, rising to deputy CEO by the time he left in 2015. AdvertisementIt's the UK's biggest airline and is first or second in many other markets too.
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Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger can look back and laugh now about their heated rivalry as they once sought to one-up each other in terms of box-office muscle. Give Arnold the edge when it comes to Netflix documentary memoirs, with his eponymous three-parter easily topping “Sly,” a too Stallone-centric rumination on his “Rocky” rise. Sylvester Stallone earlier in his career, as seen in "Sly." Simply put, Zimny has sat back and allowed this to feel too much like a licensed product. Compared to the best of that fertile genre, though, it’s more of a lightweight than a genuine contender.
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An easyJet Airbus A320neo aircraft is parked on the tarmac of Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, in Madrid, Spain, June 22 2022. REUTERS/Isabel Infantes/File photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - British airline easyJet (EZJ.L) said on Thursday it had reached a proposed deal with Airbus to expand its fleet by up to 257 additional aircraft, plotting its growth beyond 2028, with bigger and more fuel efficient planes. EasyJet announced the order after forecasting annual profit of 440 million to 460 million pounds ($542-$567 million), and said it would restart its dividend, signalling that its recovery from the pandemic was now in full flow. The airline said the terms of the deal with Airbus were attractive and it gave the airline certainty of aircraft supply. EasyJet, which only flies Airbus planes, said it considered Boeing as part of a competitive process.
Persons: Adolfo Suarez, Isabel Infantes, EasyJet, Johan Lundgren, Bernstein, Alex Irving, Irving, Stelios Haji, Ioannou, Sarah Young, Paul Sandle Organizations: Airbus, Adolfo Suarez Madrid, Barajas Airport, REUTERS, Europe's, Ryanair, British Airways, Boeing, Thomson Locations: Madrid, Spain
The fashion show that changed hip-hop forever
  + stars: | 2023-10-10 | by ( Sowmya Krishnamurthy | )   time to read: +8 min
CNN —Chanel’s 1991 Fall-Winter ready-to-wear show was set in Paris, but its soul was right off the streets of New York City. “He listens to everything, reads everything, sees everything, and then distills it into these potent fashion images.”Linda Evangelista and Karl Lagerfeld (center) walk the runway during the finale of Chanel's 1991 Fall-Winter fashion show in Paris, France. Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho/Getty ImagesWhat would become known colloquially as Chanel’s “hip-hop collection” was a watershed moment, the pinnacle of French prêt-à-porter (ready-to-wear) welcoming hip-hop into its sanctum. It’s unclear whether Mizrahi and the like appreciated hip-hop or saw it as a grab for cache and cash. Editor’s Note: This piece is excerpted from Sowmya Krishnamurthy’s “FASHION KILLA: How Hip-Hop Revolutionized High Fashion,” published by Gallery Books, a subsidiary of Simon & Schuster.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sylvester Stallone and Jason Statham weren't enough to save “ Expend4bles ” from a debut box office flop. The Lionsgate and Millennium's film, also known as “Expendables 4,” pulled in a mediocre $8.3 million for the big-budget project. It starred several popular names, including Stallone, Statham, Curtis “50 Cent" Jackson, Megan Fox and Dolph Lundgren. It's been nearly a decade since the franchise released a film, which opened with $15.8 million and eventually grossed $214 million globally. But times have certainly changed, as the film barely placed second behind “The Nun 2," a horror movie that earned $8.4 million in its first week.
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Market volatility (bottom half) spiked during the downturn but has steadily receded during the rebound despite a late-summer hiccup. Tim Hayes, Ned Davis ResearchHayes believes that a healthy reset shook out much of that euphoria without leaving lasting damage. History says this market rally has plenty of room to runThe final three months of the year have historically been the friendliest to stocks, Hayes said. Tim Hayes, Ned Davis Research"It doesn't follow the script precisely," Hayes said. The forthcoming market rally should broaden out, the strategist said, which should boost parts of the market that haven't participated as well, including economically sensitive small companies and sectors.
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Here Are the Most Anticipated Movies of Fall 2023
  + stars: | 2023-09-08 | by ( Ben Kenigsberg | )   time to read: +1 min
What’s the anatomy of a fall movie season? Here is a select list of features coming to theaters and streaming services beginning later this month. (Sept. 22 in theaters)FLORA AND SON An acoustic guitar helps bridge the gap between a mother (Eve Hewson) and her son (Orén Kinlan). John Carney (“Once”) wrote and directed. (Sept. 22 in theaters, Sept. 29 on Apple TV+)
Persons: , Martin Scorsese, Sofia Coppola, David Fincher, Justine Triet, Pedro Almodóvar, Wes Anderson, Morgan Neville, , Jeff Malmberg, Mike Veeck, Bill Veeck, Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Megan Fox, Tony Jaa, Eve Hewson, Orén, Joseph Gordon, Levitt, John Carney, Organizations: Cannes Film, Chicago White Sox, Comiskey, Netflix, Apple
An easyJet Airbus A320neo aircraft is parked on the tarmac of Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport, in Madrid, Spain, June 22 2022. REUTERS/Isabel Infantes/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies Easyjet PLC FollowLONDON, Sept 6 (Reuters) - Decarbonisation efforts in the aviation sector will cost more money, but that cost should not fall to the consumer, easyJet Chief Executive Johan Lundgren said on Wednesday. He added that options to decarbonise, like creating sustainable aviation fuels, are not yet at scale and cost three to five times more than typical jet fuel. Lundgren also said a wide range of stakeholders including governments needed to chip in to ensure decarbonisation costs remain low. A lot of the cost will depend on the speed of innovation, which Lundgren is hopeful can mitigate price hikes.
Persons: Adolfo Suarez, Isabel Infantes, Johan Lundgren, Lundgren, Sarah Young, Joanna Plucinska, Sachin Ravikumar, William James, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: Airbus, Adolfo Suarez Madrid, Barajas Airport, REUTERS, Reuters IMPACT, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Madrid, Spain, London
Late last summer, veteran technical strategist and hedge fund manager David Lundgren urged his clients to bet against US stocks. "That pile of wood is just sitting there waiting for a catalyst, and I think it's coming," Lundgren said. "It's not our job to agree with the market's assessment of the fundamentals," Lundgren said. 5 sectors with strong momentum right nowMany investors remain concerned about a possible recession, but Lundgren has learned to lean on market trends instead of his gut. Coincidentally — or not — 11 of the names were in one of the five sectors that Lundgren highlighted.
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We can hide from the heat in the desert in our air-conditioned homes, ours cooled by a heat pump powered by solar panels. With climate change heightening extreme temperatures, drought, fires and floods, we find ourselves entangled in a cascade of consequences. Further south, out Diné (Navajo) neighbors who have lived with desert heat through the generations are installing solar panels on their homes for greater efficiency, though some have no electricity and running water at all. Many throughout our desert communities are confronting the possibility that this untenable sustained heat and drought will force us to leave. Here in the Castle Valley blast furnace, we are sandwiched between red cliffs and mesas that absorb the heat and radiate it back to us.
Persons: Say’s Organizations: U.S . Department, Reclamation, roosters Locations: Interior’s, Colorado
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailStudent loans will only be a modest headwind to consumers, says BofA's Aditya BhaveTerry Lundgren, TJL Advisors CEO, and Aditya Bhave, Aditya Bhave, Bank of America senior U.S. economist, join 'Power Lunch' to discuss retail sales, earnings, and the state of the consumer.
Persons: BofA's Aditya Bhave Terry Lundgren, Aditya Bhave Organizations: TJL, Bank of America
One of the first questions Tamara Lundgren often heard when she introduced herself as the CEO of Schnitzer Steel is, "What kind of steel do you make?'" Founded in 1906 by Russian immigrant Sam Schnitzer, the company started as a one-person scrap metal recycler. "The name Schnitzer Steel just no longer really reflects our work," said Lundgren, who joined the company in 2005 and was elevated to CEO in 2008. "In today's environment, the importance of recycling and the importance of recycling metals has reached a level that didn't exist 10 years ago," Lundgren said. "I'm glad we were getting that attention, but fundamentally what drove it was all of our recycling activity," Lundgren said.
Persons: Tamara Lundgren, Sam Schnitzer, Lundgren, – it's, it's, Schnitzer Steel Organizations: Schnitzer, CNBC, Corporate Knights, Nasdaq Locations: North America, Davos
SummaryCompanies Swedish house market tumbles as rates riseSwedes dusting down 1990s blueprint to contain crisisBanks say willing to seize collateralFRANKFURT, July 28 (Reuters) - Long before Europe faced its debt crisis, Sweden struggled through its own 1990s property crash. At the centre of the fallout is a $13 billion property group, SBB, which borrowed to buy public property including social housing, government offices, schools, hospitals and police stations. While property doubled in value in the five years leading up to the 1990s crash, prices have since risen five-fold. Sweden's bruising experience in the 1990s, when banks seized swathes of property underpinning loans, hardened its approach and gave it a blueprint for coping with crises. Swedbank has 1 trillion crowns ($97 billion) in mortgages and loans to tenant owner associations and a further 240 billion crowns in loans to property management companies.
Persons: Jens Henriksson, Price, Karolina Ekholm, Swedbank's, Swedbank, Carl Cederschiold, Masih Yazdi, Bo Lundgren, Lundgren, John O'Donnell, Marie, Alison Williams Organizations: SBB, Sweden's, Marie Mannes, Thomson Locations: FRANKFURT, Europe, Sweden, rocketed, Stockholm, Swedish
“This can be attributed to travelers seeking out less crowded destinations, and milder temperatures,” the association said. This summer’s extreme temperatures follow blistering heat last year. Meanwhile, online searches for northern European destinations increased by 3 percentage points to hit 10%. Southern Europe still popular with BritsDespite rocketing temperatures, countries in southern Europe are still the go-to spots for many vacationers. Spain, Greece and Turkey are still “by far the most popular [destinations],” he said, which hasn’t “changed at all.”— Barbie Latza Nadeau and Chris Liakos contributed reporting.
Persons: Angelos Tzortzinis, Olivier Ponti, , , Johan Lundgren, Giuseppe Napolitano, Thomas Cook, Sean Tipton, hasn’t “, ” — Barbie Latza Nadeau, Chris Liakos Organizations: London CNN —, European Travel Commission, Tourism Council, Tourists, CNN, European Space Agency, ESA, British, Med Locations: London CNN — Spain, Italy, Europe, Brussels, Spain, France, Croatia, Greece, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ireland, Denmark, Athens, United Kingdom, Rome, Nicosia, Cyprus, Catania, Sicily, Southern Europe, Turkey
LONDON, July 20 (Reuters) - Britain's easyJet (EZJ.L) posted a record pretax profit of 203 million pounds ($262.5 million) for its third quarter, above analysts' forecasts, on the back of an ongoing rebound in summer travel demand and limited disruption despite ongoing strikes. The airline said it also expected to report record pretax profit for its fourth quarter, the July to September period, as costs per seat flattened with oil prices stabilizing. However easyJet's CEO Johan Lundgren warned about the potential impact of limited airspace availability and air traffic control strikes in Europe. EasyJet holidays also saw bookings more than double year-on-year for the winter. ($1 = 0.7734 pounds)Reporting by Joanna Plucinska and Paul Sandle; Editing by Sarah Young and Jan HarveyOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Johan Lundgren, Lundgren, Joanna Plucinska, Paul Sandle, Sarah Young, Jan Harvey Organizations: Airlines, Thomson Locations: Europe
Attorney Dana Nessel, surrounded by her family, announces her bid for Michigan Attorney General in Braun Court Ann Arbor on Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017. Mandi Wright | Detroit Free Press | Tribune News Service via Getty ImagesMichigan's attorney general on Tuesday criminally charged 16 so-called "fake electors" for former President Donald Trump, accusing them of a fraudulent effort to reverse President Joe Biden's victory in the state's 2020 election. The 16 people each face eight charges, including election law forgery, uttering and publishing and conspiracy, state Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a video announcement. The case is the first time that any members of fake Electoral College slates for Trump have been criminally charged. Smith's investigation is focused on, among other things, the attempted use of fake Electoral College slates to thwart Biden's victory.
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Some of the GOP electors in Michigan were local activists who were recruited to serve as “fake electors,” all while inaccurately believing there was still a chance that then-President Donald Trump might secure a second consecutive term. CNN has reached out to the 16 fake electors for comment about the criminal charges. Here’s what we know about the 16 fake electors facing state charges. Meshawn Maddock, 55, was co-chair of the Michigan Republican Party during the 2020 campaign and is married to a GOP member of the Michigan House of Representatives. James Renner, 76, was also brought in later in the process to replace one of the original GOP electors.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Meshawn Maddock, Kathy Berden, Marian Sheridan, Kent Vanderwood, Stanley Grot, Amy Facchinello, Ann Henry, Michele Lundgren, , we’d, Trump, , ” Clifford Frost, John Haggard, Timothy King, Rose Rook, Mayra Rodriguez, Hank Choate, Sonny Perdue, Ken Thompson, Thompson, James Renner Organizations: CNN, Republicans, Republican National Committee, Trump, Michigan Republican Party, GOP, Michigan, Representatives, Republican National Convention, Wyoming City Council, 2nd District Republican Party, Genesee County Republican Party, Congressional, Republican, Democratic, Detroit Free Press, Michigan GOP Locations: Michigan, Washington ,, DC, Wyoming , Michigan, Grand Rapids, Wyoming, Shelby Township, Grand Blanc, Flint , Michigan, Genesee, Michigan’s, Lansing, Detroit, Macomb County, Van Buren County
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