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  • Allen Hurns Reportedly Undergoes Surgery After Ankle Injury vs. Seahawks

    Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Allen Hurns suffered a gruesome, postseason-ending ankle injury during Saturday's 24-22 Wild Card win over the Seattle Seahawks , and has already undergone surgery for the injury, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN

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  • Ford Switching to Quarterly Sales Reports; 2018 Sales Down 3.5%

    “We believe intense focus on month-to-month numbers is just not the way we want to run the business,” Mark LaNeve says. The automaker had a difficult December in the U.S. as each vehicle segment was down.

  • Ford Will Stop Reporting Monthly Sales Data After Sales Plunge 9%

    Capping what has been an abysmal year for the global automobile market and starting off what Morgan Stanley predicts to be another coming awful year for the industry, Ford reported that its sales for December were down 9%. Ford's fleet sales and car sales both cratered, falling well into the double digits, or -19.5% and -27.8%, respectively. And it looks as though Tim Cook isn’t the only one not especially excited about giving up on transparency heading into the back end of a decade-long...

    Zero Hedge
  • Allen West: What Is the Future of Liberty in America?

    We now have a new majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. Already we are seeing a very distinct direction in which this majority will legislate. A fair question that should be posed, and assessed, is what the future of liberty in America is

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  • Paxton Lynch, Seahawks Reportedly Agree to Contract

    The Seattle Seahawks and quarterback Paxton Lynch reportedly reached an agreement on Thursday that will bring the former first-round pick back to the NFL after sitting out last season

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  • Retailers are getting slammed after reporting holiday sales. Here's why

    Shares of retailers fell on Thursday after Target, Kohl's, and Macy's reported holiday sales guidance. Nordstrom shares plunged 8% in sympathy, and Best Buy fell 3%. Macy's led the group to the downside, with an 18% drop. The company lowered its sales and earnings guidance after a weak holiday period. The XRT, a popular retail-tracking ETF, fell 2%. Shares of retailers were hit hard on Thursday after a handful of stores offered holiday sales guidance that disappointed investors. Macy's was a...
  • Sales of cassette albums up 23 percent in 2018: Report

    Vinyl is hardly the only medium making a resurgence among music listeners. Cassette tape album sales increased 23 percent in the U.S. during 2018, Billboard reported Thursday. Domestic sales of cassette albums totaled 219,000 tapes in 2018, up nearly a quarter from 178,000 sold during the previous year, according to

    The Washington Times