Viola Beach mystery: It ‘will never be known’ why tragic canal plunge Brit band crashed Their inquests today heard Mr Tarry lost control of the car and smashed through two sets of barriers which had warning lights flashing in the space of 150 metres. The car plummeted 25 metres into the canal at around 55mph in February. But today coroner ... 12/7/2016 - 5:11 am | View Link
Warning: Thieves are using this mystery device to steal cars Car thieves are using high-tech electronic devices to break into and steal vehicles, according to a warning from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. For several years, police have reported instances of thieves using mystery devices to steal from cars. 12/7/2016 - 5:09 am | View Link
Insurance Crime Watchdog Reveals Mystery Device Used by Vehicle Thieves The insurance crime watch group partnered with one of its member companies, CarMax, a large used car. The investigators also tested it on vehicles at a new car dealership, an independent used car dealer, an auto auction and on NICB employees’ vehicles ... 12/7/2016 - 4:53 am | View Link
Mystery Device Could Let Thieves Get In Your Car in Seconds In June 2013, TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reported on a wave of auto thefts involving a high-tech gadget giving criminals full access to your car. Police were stumped. But now officials say they may have solved the mystery. 12/7/2016 - 4:53 am | View Link
'Mystery device' helps thieves steal cars with push-button ignitions, report says NICB spokesman Roger Morris said the bureau, working with used-car retailer CarMax, tested the device on 35 makes and models at various locations, including new- and used-car dealerships, in the Chicago area over a two-week period. He said the NICB was ... 12/7/2016 - 4:37 am | View Link
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beeg. Ruh-roh, Shaggy! It's Halloween time, and you know what that means! No...not slutty girls in slutty costumes. (Okay, yes, also slutty girls in slutty costumes) But it ... 12/3/2016 - 10:10 pm | View Website
EXPLODING Glass in Your Car: It's a Mystery ... Were ALL the car windows closed, was the car in the sun and what was the outdoor temperature? IF it was a hot day> in the 90s and the car was closed up, exposed to ... 12/1/2016 - 10:10 am | View Website
Chevy Vortec Mystery Coolant Leak | The Frugal Car Owner If you own a Chevrolet or GMC Truck with a Vortec Engine, you will eventually encounter the "Mystery Coolant Leak". At first, it's just an occasional low 11/30/2016 - 11:54 pm | View Website
Just because a company has a dividend does not always mean that the company is a desirable investment. While every company can hit rough patches, companies with dividends, especially high-yield dividends, can see their share prices drop big time if there is a whiff of trouble that could lead to an eventual cut to its payout.
Costco (NASDAQ: COST) did something risky -- some would say foolhardy -- in June 2016, when it dropped its longtime credit card partner American Express (NYSE: AXP) in favor of Visa cards from Citigroup (NYSE: C). It was a challenging move because all of its members who had the former American Express card would need to be issued the new Visa card and activate it.
AeroVironment stock fell out of the sky today. Image source: Getty Images. Tiny drone-maker AeroVironment (NASDAQ: AVAV) took a tumble Wednesday morning, falling as much as 12% in early trading, before recovering to a recent decline of about 9.7% as of 11 a.m. EST. Continue reading
According to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence, shares of the leading RNA interference drugmaker Alnylam Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: ALNY) gained 18.5% last month. The biotech's stock was lifted up by both the insurgent victory of Donald Trump -- presumably because of his less vitriolic stance on U. S. drug pricing schemes than Hillary Clinton -- along with Sanofi's (NYSE: SNY) decision to opt-in to co-develop and co-commercialize the experimental hemophilia treatment fitusiran in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe.
Image source: Sigma Designs. Shares of semiconductor company Sigma Designs (NASDAQ: SIGM) tumbled on Wednesday following a mixed quarterly report. Sigma beat analyst estimates for earnings but fell short on revenue, leading the stock to drop 31% by 11 a.m. EST. Sigma reported third-quarter revenue of $62.7 million, up 1.9% year over year but about $0.7 million lower than the average analyst estimate.
Dividend-paying stocks are a great way to combine current income with the prospects for future growth. Many investors looking for the top dividend-paying stocks in the market turn to a strategy known as the Dogs of the Dow to maximize both income and returns. All 30 of the components of the Dow Jones Industrials (DJINDICES: ^DJI) are stocks that pay dividends, but by focusing on some of the top-yielding stocks in the average, you can capture more in dividend payments -- and sometimes produce great returns.