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Ten former NFL players were charged in a multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud the league’s health care benefit program by submitting false claims for medical equipment, including devices used on horses, the Justice Department said Thursday.
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  1. Danyaahl's Vision

    December 12, 2019 at 10:49 pm

    After what denying CTE for decades? The hypocrisy of NFL. Well it wont matter in the next idk 5 to 10 years there wont be an nfl it will be black league without the harrassment.

  2. TomCook1993

    December 12, 2019 at 11:27 pm

    Corporations like the NFL defraud the public daily. Let them have this

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Bezos’ Phone Was Likely Hacked by Chat Account Linked to Saudi Prince, Audit Finds



WASHINGTON—Cybersecurity experts hired by Inc. founder Jeff Bezos have alleged that his phone was probably hacked in 2018 by a WhatsApp account associated with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a person familiar with the matter.

A forensic audit of Mr. Bezos’ phone by FTI Consulting, a business advisory group based in Washington, found with “medium to high confidence” that the device began leaking data shortly after being sent a video file from the WhatsApp account linked to Prince Mohammed, the person said, as part of an operation that siphoned information for months.

Some officials at the United Nations have viewed the report by FTI Consulting and are expected to publicly announce some of the findings as soon as Wednesday, the person said.

Saudi Arabia on Tuesday denied the allegations. “Recent media reports that suggest the Kingdom is behind a hacking of Mr. Jeff Bezos’ phone are absurd,” the Saudi embassy in the U.S. said on Twitter. “We call for an investigation on these claims so that we can have all the facts out.”

A spokesman for Amazon declined to comment.

In a lengthy blog post nearly a year ago, Mr. Bezos accused the publisher of the National Enquirer of trying to blackmail him by threatening to release embarrassing photos after the tabloid alleged he had engaged in an extramarital affair. Mr. Bezos, who owns the Washington Post, suggested in the post that the photos of him may have been obtained through illicit means that involved connections between the National Enquirer’s publisher, American Media Inc., and the Saudi government.

A month later, a security consultant hired by Mr. Bezos alleged in the Daily Beast that investigators had determined “with high confidence that the Saudis had access to Bezos’s phone, and gained private information.” But the assertion lacked any forensic support, and didn’t directly implicate Prince Mohammed. The Guardian and Financial Times earlier reported on the FTI allegations.

The Wall Street Journal reported last year that the brother of Mr. Bezos’ girlfriend, Mark Sanchez, had acquired racy text messages the Amazon founder sent to Lauren Sanchez and sold them to the National Enquirer. Mr. Sanchez told the Journal at the time he didn’t want to “dignify” the Journal’s reporting on the sale. He described the reporting on the sale as “old rumors” from anonymous sources. Mr. Sanchez denied sending “the many penis selfies” but declined to comment on whether he provided photos of Mr. Bezos to the Enquirer.

Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was killed in 2018 in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and the CIA has concluded the act was likely ordered by Prince Mohammed. The Saudi government has contested the findings.

“The Post’s essential and unrelenting coverage of the murder of its columnist Jamal Khashoggi is undoubtedly unpopular in certain circles,” Mr. Bezos wrote in his blog post last year.

An FTI Consulting spokesman said all client work is confidential. ”We do not comment on, confirm or deny client engagements or potential engagements,” the spokesman said.

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Asian Paints slips 1% ahead of Q3 nos; here’s what brokerages expect



Shares of Asian Paints slipped around a per cent in the early trade on Wednesday ahead of its December quarter results due later in the day. Most analysts expect the paint major to report double-digit growth in its net profit on yearly basis while softer crude prices are expected to aid gross margin expansion of the company.

Analysts at KR Choksey see sales (revenue) growing 8.31 per cent year-on-year (YoY) to Rs 5,734 crore. Sequentially, the numbers are expected to rise 13.5 per cent. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) is estimated at Rs 1,159 crore, up 11.2 per cent YoY and 21.38 per cent QoQ while EBITDA margin is projected to rise 51 basis points (bps) YoY and 131 bps QoQ. The brokerage expects net profit at Rs 781 crore, up 22.8 per cent YoY. However, on sequential basis, the numbers are expected to slide 5 per cent.

The brokerage says sales will grow on the back of launch of products in the premium segment to capture more market from the highly unorganized sector from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. “Furthermore, we think that the gained traction in the greenfield project in Indonesia will help the company growing further,” analysts at the brokerage wrote.

Volume growth in rural areas, investment in capacity addition, Distribution network expansion, new product launches and change in product mix, broad product portfolio spanning price points, and inflationary pressure on international business are some of the key things to watch out for in the result announcement.

Edelweiss Securities anticipates revenue, EBITDA and PAT to grow about 7.8 per cent, 8.3 per cent and 16.5 per cent, YoY respectively. “For the quarter, we expect Asian paints to report nearly 10 per cent YoY volume growth on a base of 22 per cent (Q2FY20 saw 14 per cent volume growth on a base of 11 per cent). Price cuts in the paints has been nearly 0.6 per cent YoY, but we believe effective price cut translation taking into account lower realisation and discounts would be negative 2 per cent,” the brokerage said in an earnings preview note.

Lower effective tax rate of 25.2 per cent announced by the government as against 34.1 per cent in Q3FY19 will led to net profit growing ahead of EBITDA, it added.

At 10:11 am, the stock was trading 0.9 per cent lower at Rs 1,794 apiece on the BSE while the S&P BSE Sensex was trading 68 points or 0.16 per cent higher at 41,391 levels.

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