Kobe Bryant Storage Locker Treasures Returned to Vanessa, ‘It’s All Worked Out’

Kobe Bryant Storage Locker Treasures Returned to Vanessa, ‘It’s All Worked Out’

Kobe Bryant Storage Locker Treasures Returned to Vanessa … ‘It’s All Worked Out’ 10/1/2020 1:00 AM PT Exclusive The treasure trove of Kobe Bryant memorabilia found in an abandoned storage locker has been returned to the NBA star’s family, TMZ Sports has learned. We broke the story … someone recently won an auction for an…

Tokyo Stock Exchange suspends day’s trade after worst-ever system glitch

Tokyo Stock Exchange suspends day’s trade after worst-ever system glitch

TOKYO (Reuters) – A hardware failure shut down trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Thursday in the worst outage ever suffered by the world’s third-largest stock market, which said it aimed to reopen on Friday.The TSE’s first full-day suspension since it began all-electronic trading in 1999 left investors searching in vain to buy back…

Google Pay 2.118 confirms the old app will be replaced by the Flutter one

Google Pay 2.118 confirms the old app will be replaced by the Flutter one

Last week, the Google Pay team announced that the Google Pay for India app (formerly called “Tez”) is getting a major design rewrite with Flutter, Google’s open-source UI development kit. Google currently maintains two versions of the Pay app: one for global users and one for Indians. In the blog post, Google said they were…

Second Stimulus Check, ‘Similar’ to First, Will Be in Next Coronavirus Relief Package, Mnuchin Says

Second Stimulus Check, ‘Similar’ to First, Will Be in Next Coronavirus Relief Package, Mnuchin Says

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Wednesday said Democrats and Republicans have agreed that a second round of stimulus checks will be included in the next coronavirus relief bill.While Mnuchin didn’t reveal specific details surrounding the checks, the Trump administration official told Fox Business host Lou Dobbs that direct payments will be “similar” to the first…

US stocks climb on stimulus hopes, still post first monthly loss since March | Markets

US stocks climb on stimulus hopes, still post first monthly loss since March | Markets

US stocks climbed on Wednesday as investors digested a disorderly presidential debate and wavering hopes for a near-term stimulus deal. All three major US indexes climbed through the day on renewed hopes for a deal. Stocks pared some gains after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell balked at Democrats’ latest proposal. The trio of indexes notched…