George RR Martin Has Ominous Forecast After US Election George RR Martin, the author behind possibly the bloodiest fantasy series of all time , Game of Thrones , has a dire prediction now that the US has elected soon-to-be President Trump: "Winter is coming.I told you so." The sentiment came as part of a blog post titled " President Pussygrabber " in...
Many hotels and inns are promoting their isolation and digital detox.How Hillary Clinton's white voters melted away By Peter Eisler BETHLEHEM, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - The unraveling of the coalition that was supposed to carry Hillary Clinton to the White House had a lot to do with voters like Jim Mc Andrew in Pollsters who predicted Trump win benefit from industry's miss By David Ingram and Jeffrey Dastin NEW YORK (Reuters) - A handful of small public opinion polling companies that bucked consensus and accurately called the U. Iraqi forces preparing advance on south Mosul By John Davison and Dominic Evans SOUTH OF MOSUL/BAGHDAD, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi security forces are preparing to advance toward Mosul airport on the city's southern edge to increase pressure on Is Fitbit About to Be Acquired?With a Trump Administration, Sprint Could Renew Pursuit of T-Mobile USA Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son dropped merger talks with T-Mobile USA during the Obama administration because of regulatory push back Why America's Health Care Quality Lags the World The wrong compensation systems, fragmentation of services, and just maybe our own sloth are fingered as prime causes of the poor outcomes in health care.Doctor Strange Conjures M Magic A strong batch of new films drew audiences to the theaters in large numbers this weekend, reports the AP , including Marvel's Doctor Strange, the animated Trolls and Mel Gibson's WWII drama Hacksaw Ridge, effectively waking up the sleepy fall box office.
A Chinese investor operating under the name "ABM Capital" on Wednesday filed a disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission claiming to have offered .50 each for all the outstanding shares of Fitbit (NYSE: FIT).
The bid, if true, would represent a 46% premium to Wednesday's close.