Fallout 76 Suffers Major Blow As Bethesda Delays Game-Saving Update

It shouldn’t surprise anyone who’s paid attention to Fallout 76’s journey from a hyped foray into multiplayer survival to embarrassing blemish on Bethesda’s otherwise illustrious CV – Bethesda’s next prominent non-player-character-introducing update, originally due to release this fall, has been delayed. It’s not been the best year for Bethesda. Fallout 76 Wastelanders Update Delayed One…

Ninja, Tfue, Other Superstar Streamers Earn Award Nominations

The Streamy Awards 2019 nominations have been announced and popular streamers such as Ninja and Tfue are up for awards. Other creators such as YouTuber turned NBC late night talk show host Lilly Singh and the philanthropic Mr Beast are also up for Streamys. Fortnite streamer Ninja is up for two Streamy Awards, creator of…

Billionaire Ken Fisher’s Sexist Remarks Costs Firm 1.6 Billion…And It’ll Get Worse

The financial hit that billionaire money manager Ken Fisher is taking after making sexist remarks at an industry event is growing by leaps and bounds. Currently, Fisher Investments is on track to lose over $1.5 billion in client investments. Already, three clients have already divested amounts totaling nearly $1 billion. This includes the state of…

IBM Ace in the Hole Could Save the Stock

A lot of things went wrong with IBM’s Q3 earnings report, ultimately slashing 6% from the stock in the past two days. The one thing that went right, however, was Red Hat, Big Blue’s blockbuster $34 billion cloud-focused acquisition that closed over the summer. IBM’s legacy business, meanwhile, is a stumbling block, as evidenced by…

What Death Stranding’s Unusual Review Embargo Really Means

With the unusual news that the Death Stranding review embargo will lift on Nov. 1, a full week before launch, there’s a sense that Sony is bullish about the prospects of Hideo Kojima’s next game. An Unusual Embargo for a AAA Title A week is a long time in the world of AAA video game…

U.S. Treasury Yields Spike to Monthly Highs Following Boris Johnson’s Brexit Victory

U.S. Treasury yields rose on Thursday, as government bond prices fell, following news that the United Kingdom and European Union have finalized a draft Brexit deal that will pave the way for Britain’s eventual withdrawal from the bloc. Yields Rise The price of U.S. government bonds declined on Thursday, pushing yields higher. The yield on…

Ex-Patriot Torches Bill Belichick for ‘Insulting’ Jets Trade

It was just one exhibition game, but Demaryius Thomas looked like his old self. In the end, though, the veteran wide receiver’s standout play in the New England Patriots’ exhibition finale didn’t lead to a permanent place in Tom Brady’s passing attack, or even a spot on the team’s regular-season roster. Thomas, in fact, was…

Kansas City Chiefs Look to Right Ship vs. Division Rival Broncos on TNF

Thursday night’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos was not one many were looking forward to just a couple of weeks ago. But the Chiefs were undefeated a couple of weeks ago and the Broncos winless. Fast forward two weeks, and that is no longer the case. Now, a game that looked like…

Dow Bounces as Brexit Deal & Syria Ceasefire Offset Ugly Data

The Dow Jones barely avoided flatlining again on Thursday after miserable economic data indicated a steady slide towards a pronounced slowdown. Bullish appetite remains intact on hopes of a breakthrough in the trade war, a possible Brexit deal, and a ceasefire in Syria, but concerns that a cyclical slowdown is inevitable continue to drag on…

The Frightening Collapse of American Manufacturing Continues

The erosion of America’s manufacturing sector intensified at the end of the third quarter, as industrial production posted a steep drop month-over-month. While some of the decline was attributed to temporary factors like the General Motors strike, the downturn is part of a much broader trend that has intensified in the wake of the U.S.-China…

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