Brewer Heineken tempers profit hopes as Americas slip
Heineken , the world's second-largest brewer, forecast profit this year would be at the bottom end of its previous guidance after an unexpected dip in third-quarter sales in the Americas partly offset strong growth in Asia. Kurtley Beale is comforted by Maddi Blomberg after Wallabies failed Rugby World Cup campaign. Amidheighteneddiscussion about Australian's failed campaign,Beale was snapped looking downcast while out for lunch in Bronte, Sydney's eastern suburbs, on Tuesday. Frequent drinking is 'a bigger risk to health than binge drinking', study claims. Researchers in South Korea studied drinking habits of almost 10million people. The number of times a person drank over the week raised risk of atrial fibrillation - which can cause stroke.
Earnings season looking better than expected -Winthrop Capital. With 100 companies in the SP 500 reporting results, earnings season is going so well, Winthrop Capital's Greg Hahn believes earnings forecasts heading into next year may be too low. Conway G. Gittens sat down with the firm's co-founder. Apple wins dismissal of lawsuit over MacBook logic boards. Apple Inc won the dismissal on Thursday of a lawsuit accusing it of defrauding consumers by selling MacBook laptop computers that contained "logic boards" it knew were defective, and which routinely failed within two years. Police task force begins hunt for sniper suspect tied to 22 car shootings in two weeks. A task force of investigators has started questioning drivers in four Michigan counties in hopes of catching a man suspected of shooting at other highway motorists head-on. Police investigators are searching for anything out of the norm during their traffic stops in Oakland, Livingston, Ingham and Shiawassee counties. London Paralympics gold medallist Marieke Vervoort dies through euthanasia aged 40. Belgian wheelchair sprinter Marieke Vervoort suffered with constant pain and paralysis in her legs. She signed paperwork in 2008 that would allow a doctor to end her life in her home country. Mother, 41, nearly loses her foot after it was ravaged by skin-rotting infection in Benidorm. Faye Wilkes, 41, from Kent, was sunbathing by the pool when she felt a sharp nip on her left foot. She thought nothing of it until days later when her skin began to rot away. Hamiltons Victory in Abu Dhabi Extends the Race for Series Runner-Up. Lewis Hamilton took his third victory of the season after Sebastian Vettel crashed out of a race for the first time this season. Obamacare Premiums to Fall and Number of Insurers to Rise Next Year. Despite President Trumps efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act, premiums will fall for plans sold under the law, and the number of insurers offering policies will rise. Egyptian masseur plays with fire to ease muscle pain. An Egyptian masseur plays with fire to relieve his clients' muscle pain at his spa in the Nile Delta governorate of Gharbeya. First Chick-fil-A in U.K. to Close in 6 Months Amid Protests. A local L.G.B.T.Q. group called for a boycott of the restaurant soon after it opened at a mall in Reading, England. My mile high mayhem! A young flight attendant in the Eighties reveals how she saw it all. Gretchen Ryan joined South African Airways in 1983, when she was 22, and was with the airline for ten years. She reveals some of the extraordinary sights she saw during that time. U.S. Is Quietly Reducing Its Troop Force in Afghanistan. The reduction, which officials say could gradually drop the number of troops by several thousand, is happening even without any deal with the Taliban. Lori Loughlin hit with new bribery charge over college admissions scandal. Lori Loughlin is now facing additional bribery charges for her role in the college admissions scandal. The new charge alleges that Loughlin and her husband conspired to commit federal program bribery.
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