Over $1M Bet On This Consumer Cyclical Stock? Check Out These 3 Stocks Insiders Are Buying

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Benzinga

Although U.S. stocks closed lower on Friday, there were a few notable insider trades. When insiders purchase shares, it indicates their confidence in the company’s prospects or that they view the stock as a bargain. Either way, this signals an opportunity to go long on the stock. Insider purchases should not be taken as the only indicator for making an investment or trading decision. At best, it can lend conviction to a buying decision. Below is a look at a few recent notable insider purchases. For more, check out Benzinga’s insider transactions platform. MasterCraft Boat Holdings The Trade: M… Read More “Over $1M Bet On This Consumer Cyclical Stock? Check Out These 3 Stocks Insiders Are Buying”

Is the ‘Esther was Black and Broke’ TikTok challenge colourism?

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Pulse Nigeria

Is the ‘Esther was Black and Broke’ TikTok challenge promoting colourism or mere banter? In this era of social media trends, challenges come and go. One such is the “Esther was Black and Broke” challenge, which started as a video from a TikToker who was making a subtle play on words: It goes, “Esther was black and broke, but when ‘Esther bleached…” Esther Bleach, in this context, is a pun for establish. Get it? Many internet users borrowed the sound to show videos of themselves glowing up, while some had a marked complexion change, going from a darker complexion to a lighter skin tone. For o… Read More “Is the ‘Esther was Black and Broke’ TikTok challenge colourism?”

Samsung takes top phone-maker spot back from Apple

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DPA

Samsung has regained its position as the top mobile phone-maker globally, having been beaten by Apple late last year, according to new figures. The latest quarterly data from research firm IDC said overall global smartphone shipments increased 7.8% on this time last year, but Apple shipments dropped by nearly 10%. As a result, Samsung has regained the top phone-maker spot, with a market share of 20.8%, ahead of iPhone maker Apple, which is second on 17.3% – after the two firms had switched places in the final three months of 2023. Earlier this month, Samsung issued an update forecasting that i… Read More “Samsung takes top phone-maker spot back from Apple”

Queen Elizabeth’s cousin leaves major hole in Royal Family fold after new announcement

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Mirror

By Zesha Saleem The Duke of Kent was celebrated by troops as he attended his final Black Sunday parade as Colonel of the Scots Guards – handing over the role to the Duke of Edinburgh after 50 years of dedicated service. Edward, Duke of Kent, was appointed to the position in 1974 after nearly two decades of military service, starting his career as a Second Lieutenant with the Royal Scots Greys in 1955. The 88-year-old member of the royal family – who officially relinquished the title after the event concluded on Sunday afternoon – had earlier paid tribute to the “bravery, selfless courage and … Read More “Queen Elizabeth’s cousin leaves major hole in Royal Family fold after new announcement”

‘He has no idea’ – Man Utd legend breaks silence and rules out one managerial role, despite ‘complete respect’ claim

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United in Focus (US)

Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has appeared to rule himself out of the running for one managerial role amid speculation over his return to the dugout. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been out of management since his spell at Old Trafford came to an end in 2021, with the Manchester United legend receiving the sacking. The 51-year-old Norwegian former forward has been working as a technical observer for UEFA since his departure from the Red Devils. Solskjaer has refused to rule out a return to management and has patiently sat on the sidelines while the right opportunity presents … Read More “‘He has no idea’ – Man Utd legend breaks silence and rules out one managerial role, despite ‘complete respect’ claim”

‘He has no idea’ – Man Utd legend breaks silence and rules out one managerial role, despite ‘complete respect’ claim

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United In Focus

Former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has appeared to rule himself out of the running for one managerial role amid speculation over his return to the dugout. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been out of management since his spell at Old Trafford came to an end in 2021, with the Manchester United legend receiving the sacking. The 51-year-old Norwegian former forward has been working as a technical observer for UEFA since his departure from the Red Devils. Solskjaer has refused to rule out a return to management and has patiently sat on the sidelines while the right opportunity presents … Read More “‘He has no idea’ – Man Utd legend breaks silence and rules out one managerial role, despite ‘complete respect’ claim”

See all homes sold in these New Jersey counties, March 25 to March 31

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NJ.com

The following is a listing of all real estate transfers in these New Jersey counties reported from March 25 to March 31, 2024. NJ.com publishes weekly reports on recent real estate sales across the Garden State, as well as top sales by county and other real estate news, from unique homes for sale to trends. See all homes sold in Atlantic County, Mar. 25 to Mar. 31 See all homes sold in Bergen County, Mar. 25 to Mar. 31 See all homes sold in Burlington County, Mar. 25 to Mar. 31 See all homes sold in Camden County, Mar. 25 to Mar. 31 See all homes sold in Cape May County, Mar. 18 to Mar. 24 See… Read More “See all homes sold in these New Jersey counties, March 25 to March 31”

Criticism and concern: How the Israel attack is viewed in Iran

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Euronews (English)

Iran’s first direct military confrontation with Israel on Saturday did not come as a surprise to some. Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei himself warned Israel would “be slapped”, following a suspected Israeli airstrike on an Iranian consular building in Syria earlier this month. Still, the fallout from the strike – which saw Tehran launch more than 300 drones, ballistic and cruise missiles at Israel – is no less concerning for the Iranian population. While state media depict mass celebrations among the people, a significant portion of the population is deeply concerned about the ec… Read More “Criticism and concern: How the Israel attack is viewed in Iran”

UAE Schools and Nursery Show kicks off Friday at Expo Centre Sharjah

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ANI News

Dubai [UAE], April 14 (ANI/WAM): Expo Centre Sharjah (ECS) is set to host the second edition of the “UAE Schools and Nursery” Show. Organised with the support of Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and Sharjah Private Education Authority (SPEA), the event, which is set to run from 19th to 21st April, boasts extensive participation of key players in the UAE education sector, including major educational institutions, schools, and nurseries. The event, which came under the International Education Show, provides an indispensable opportunity for parents to explore and learn about the be… Read More “UAE Schools and Nursery Show kicks off Friday at Expo Centre Sharjah”

Researchers uncover link between maternal sensitivity and infant brain responses to happy faces

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PsyPost (UK)

A recent study published in the journal Developmental Science reveals that babies whose mothers engage more sensitively with them during play tend to have heightened brain activity when they encounter happy faces. This response is particularly notable in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. The findings shed new light on the link between early caregiving experiences and later emotional and social competencies. Research consistently shows that early experiences with caregivers are fundamental to brain development and future emotional health. While many studies have focused on the adverse effects… Read More “Researchers uncover link between maternal sensitivity and infant brain responses to happy faces”