It is good practice to change passwords on a regular basis. In August a hacker named "Peace" tried to sell 200 million Yahoo users' information. Still, this is only a slight positive when you consider what actually went down. As far as Yahoo can ascertain, the attackers did not steal unprotected passwords, payment card or bank account information because this is information is stored on a separate system from the one that was compromised .
The DoJ accused the firm of acting on behalf of North Korea's Korea Kwangson Banking Corp (KKBC), which is under USA and United Nations sanctions for supporting nuclear proliferation. "We have already communicated this position to the USA side", Geng said, without elaborating. Daniel Russel, the USA assistant secretary of state for East Asia, said the three countries had been making progress in key areas, including disrupting North Korea's arms trade and de-flagging North Korean ships.
Array Biopharma had an incredible day in the market yesterday. OPK has Average True Range for 14 days of 0.28. Taking look on per share earnings estimates, its next year first quarter current estimate trend for EPS was for $-0.18 and on annual basis FY 2016 estimate trends at current was for $-0.68 as compared to one month ago of $-0.68, and for next year per share earnings estimates have $-0.53.
The request came in a letter sent Thursday to top Labor Department officials from eight lawmakers, including Sen. Warren interrupted him: "We've been through this Mr. Among other stipulations, the FLSA mandates that non-exempt employees receive overtime pay equal to 1.5 times his or her regular rate, if the employee works more than 40 hours per week.
Experts are advising users to go beyond just changing their passwords, and to use security protection software or take extra precautions with security questions. Neither Yahoo nor the SEC immediately responded to PCMag's request for comment. The tech firm now faces multiple lawsuits filed over the last week charging that Yahoo failed to protect users' information.
Satish Kumar, a sales manager who is considering closing his Yahoo account said, "I don't use my Yahoo account frequently but I use it as an alternate e-mail ID to retrieve or generate new passwords in case I forget them". "Through strategic proactive detection initiatives and active response to unauthorised access of accounts, Yahoo will continue to strive to stay ahead of these ever-evolving online threats and to keep our users and our platforms secure".
Wells Fargo also faces a hearing in the House, an investigation from the Department of Justice and is still reeling from a grilling by the Senate banking committee last week. The consumer banking giant, which is also the nation's biggest mortgage lender, has fired about 5,300 employees over the sales practices. That gave the bank known for its stagecoach logo, which was primarily a West Coast and Southern bank, access to the lucrative East Coast and NY banking markets.
This is the most excited Knicks have seen Carmelo Anthony: This was media day, that time every year the day before National Basketball Association training camps start, when players swear they have never felt fitter, the team has never looked better and the biggest worry - health permitting, of course - is whether or not they will be able to handle all the Finals ticket requests from family and friends.
He's done a very good job so far. Carroll said Wilson jumped on his rehabilitation immediately Sunday night with ice and other treatment - just as the quarterback that has never missed a start in his five National Football League seasons did the night of September 11 in the hours after he sprained his right ankle in the season-opening win over Miami.
Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, tried to move discussion away from those comments Tuesday, saying on CNN that Trump believes "that climate change is naturally occurring" but the causes are not man-made. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton had real policies that would be good for the country. She predicted record turnout in November. Most American voters do not particularly like either candidate and many are still undecided.
The Sawmill Fire, a fast-moving wildfire burning in Sonoma County, grew to 1,500 acres and was 10 percent contained as of Sunday evening, according to Cal Fire. Officials say a Northern California wildfire that has charred about 2 square miles is burning dangerously close to The Geysers geothermal facility, forcing the evacuation of one of the plants.
Court of Appeals , District of Columbia Circuit (Washington). "Predictably, the plan has run into a determined legal assault from businesses, industry groups and more than two dozen states, many with economies that rely on coal mining or coal-fired electricity generation, and its fate now lies with the judicial branch".
The Dow Jones industrial average lost 166.62 points, or 0.9%, to 18,094.83. (CRM) Pfizer Inc. (PFE) fell 1.8% after the pharmaceutical group said it would not split into two separate, publicly traded entities (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/pfizer-decides-against-splitting-into-two-companies-2016-09-26).
That makes Trump's No. 1 job during the debates to get traditional GOP supporters back, also, college-educated women will be a key vote going forward. Most pundits and journalists believed Clinton roundly won the debate against Trump. We know many people will not watch the entire debate, or any of it, so their opinions will be shaped to an outsize degree by the media reaction and "snap polling" afterward.
Yahoo has confirmed that a suspected state-sponsored cyberattack has compromised the personal information of up to 500 million users. Statement can be attributed to Mike Litt, U.S. Questions are being raised on why Yahoo! took two years to discover the breach and inform the public. Yahoo is sending a security notice out to its subscribers urging them to change their passwords and their security questions.
She is probably the biggest beneficiary of the debate. "Trump was coaxed by Clinton to confront accusations and forgot to discuss his policies", Sun Chenghao, an assistant research fellow at the Institute of American Studies of the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, told the Global Times.
The board said it had unanimously backed Baring's $4.75 a share all-cash bid in the absence of a rival offer after an independent expert recommended the proposal. SAI presented a "stronger" $A53.1 after-tax profit over a "busy but challenging" fiscal 2016, Mullins said in August. The deal is large enough to come under the scrutiny of Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board, which has recently advised rejections in foreign bids for property and infrastructure.
Defending his statements from back in 2011, Johnson said he was merely injecting a bit of humor to a serious issue. The 2016 presidential election cycle has been marked by historically low popularity ratings toward candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump and campaigns that often focus on demagoguery and personal attacks rather than policy.
Despite shrinking hopes for a deal on freezing output levels, Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal urged participants to overcome their differences to reach a "balanced price". Oil declined sharply Tuesday after Iran said a production freeze was not on the agenda in Algeria, while Saudi Arabia also played down expectations for a deal after talks broke down between the regional rivals.
All eyes were on Kate as she modelled the stunning dress created by British design duo Thornton Bregazzi, with experts suggesting the choice was a tribute to Princess Diana. They have been given dozens of gifts for their children but today it was time for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to be honoured. But they received a rapturous welcome from the small Heiltsuk First Nation community, whose claim to the lands in the area was recognised by Queen Victoria in the form of a staff, presented ...
The construction workers were probably expecting debris after they blew a hole in a cave, but what they found inside must have nearly scared them to death. "What a waste...'" one user wrote. If the snake was 33 feet, the enormous reptile would be the largest ever found and captured. However builders say it likely died during the explosion after being hit by falling debris.
Simon said Minnesota has more than 3.2 million registered voters, but another 800,000 are eligible and not registered. Registering to vote is the first critical step toward making your voice heard on Election Day. "I kind of feel like I'm in this nightmare I can't wake up from", said Jaclyn Heuser of Normal. If you're mailing in a registration form, make sure it is postmarked no later than October 24.
Colonial Pipeline will begin restarting its Line 1 today, September 21, following a leak that began earlier this month, causing hundreds of thousands of gallons of gasoline to flood remote parts of Alabama and Georgia. Prices have increased around 14 percent in many areas, and some stations that had gas in the High Country yesterday morning were out later in the day.
CBS News has done you the favor of cutting the debate up into seven distinct segments, from American Prosperity all the way down to Clinton's Stamina . He repeatedly and aggressively interrupted Clinton to rebut or deny her charges, at times talking over her or interrupting. Clinton was more measured and restrained, often smiling through his answers, well-aware of the television cameras capturing her reaction.
The Civil Aeronautics Administration said that 271 domestic flights and 446 global flights were canceled yesterday, while 155 flights were delayed. A woman struggles with her umbrella in Taipei as Typhoon Megi hits. TAIPEI-Taiwan went into shutdown Tuesday as the island faces its third typhoon in two weeks, with thousands evacuated, schools and offices closed across the island and hundreds of flights disrupted.
The raw number of tweets is not available, but Twitter said it exceeded the 10.3 million messages sent about 2012's first presidential debate. "And yes, I did", Clinton said. Twitter served as a giant spin room before, during and after Monday's debate. "I know you live in your own reality, but those are not the facts", Clinton said, after Trump took her to task over her support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
A leading Republican lawmaker in Congress on Tuesday said Wells Fargo (WFC.N) would be right to recover pay from executives involved in a scandal in which up to 2 million accounts and credit cards were set up without customers' consent. It was unclear how much of Stumpf's or Tolstedt's compensation would be clawed back, but The Journal estimated that Stumpf's total compensation while at Wells had been about $160 million.
Stumpf, who received $19.3 million in compensation previous year, apologized and said he was accountable for the scandal , but that wasn't good enough for Warren and some other senators. In response to questioning from Sen. Members of the Senate Banking Committee were not satisfied by Stumpf's show of contrition. Carrie Tolstedt, the former head of the retail banking business, announced in July that she would retire from the bank this year.
Lawmakers on the U.S. Senate Banking Committee grilled Stumpf about the accounts last week , with some calling on him to resign and forfeit his earnings and hold other senior executives accountable. But according to Wells' March proxy, he had common stock worth about $77 million as of September 16, plus 3.8 million options to buy company stock exercisable within 60 days.
The compensation committee could make a decision on whether executives have to return some of their compensation, a process known as clawbacks, as early as this week before Stumpf is scheduled to face a House committee Thursday, according to a person familiar with those discussions.
Wells Fargo is preparing for what is expected to be tough questioning before the House Financial Services Committee this Thursday. Her total compensation, including accumulated stock and options earned over her 27 years at the bank, could run about $90 million, according to a letter Wells Fargo sent senators last week.
According to the Journal , the bank's board wants to take action before Stumpf testifies for the House Financial Services Committee on Thursday. That city sued the bank a year ago over claims its high-pressure sales culture drove employees to open unauthorized accounts.
The Ford President of the Americas said that Ford "is a global company that builds cars where it makes the most financial sense" as part of an interview with the Associated Press earlier this year. The move to Mexico is likely motivated by cost, at a time when low gas prices are causing a slump in sales of fuel-efficient cars. Ford is moving the entirety of its small auto production from the United States to Mexico.
The plan isn't expected to be agreed to on Wednesday when the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries plans an informal gathering on the sidelines of an energy conference in Algiers . Three OPEC members said the group was discussing a production freeze, and even the possibility of a cut. Oil has fluctuated since rallying in August on speculation major producers will agree on ways to stabilize the market when they meet Wednesday.
In addition to the fired employees, CNN spoke to someone who used to work in Wells Fargo HR. Bankers in St. Helena, California, were ordered to open 3,000 checking accounts and sell 12,000 other bank products a year, according to a lawsuit filed against the bank in 2011.