Hurricane Humberto on
Wednesday knocked out power for nearly 16,000 homes and
businesses in Bermuda, according to electricity company Belco,
as the storm's eye moved closer to the Atlantic archipelago.
AT&T Inc and Dish Network Corp
are not in discussions over a deal due to regulatory
issues, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday,
after the Wall Street Journal reported https://on.wsj.com/2kS2Hbs
the wireless carrier was considering parting ways with its
satellite TV division DirecTV.
The Federal Reserve injected
another $75 billion into the U.S. banking system on Wednesday,
restoring a measure of order after a bout of extreme volatility
inside the bank funding market drove the central bank's
benchmark interest rate above its targeted range for the first
time since the financial crisis.
NEW YORK, Sept 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From
worsening hunger and migration to greater loss of lives and
property to wild weather, climate change is driving violations
of human rights - and focusing on that may be a key way to win
faster climate action, rights experts...
With widespread fires
wreaking havoc on the Amazon, over 200 investors representing
some $16.2 trillion under management on Wednesday called on
companies to do their part in halting the destruction of the
world's largest tropical rainforest.
warned residents to stay off roads and prepare for possible
tornadoes on Wednesday as Hurricane Humberto strengthened in
approaching the Atlantic archipelago, prompting people to board
up homes and businesses.