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The biggest moments from the People’s Choice Awards

The biggest moments from the People’s Choice Awards

Entertainment
Women ruled the show at this year's E! People's Choice Awards, with Jennifer Aniston, Gwen Stefani and P!nk all honoured as icons.More than a billion votes were cast to decide the winners at the ceremony, which is one of the biggest awards shows in the US - and all voted for by fans. Winners included Robert Downey Jr, for best male movie star, and Zendaya, who picked up awards for best female movie star and drama TV star.Avengers: Endgame was named best action movie and overall movie, while Stranger Things won the awards for best drama show and best overall show, with star Millie Bobbie Brown named female TV star of 2019.Here are some of the biggest moments from the show. Advertisement ...
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Pinterest, Beigene, Arista Networks and more

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Pinterest, Beigene, Arista Networks and more

Finance
A Pinterest banner hangs on the facade of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, September 22, 2017Brendan McDermid | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines after the bell:Shares of Pinterest plummeted 20% after the bell following the company's third-quarter revenue miss. The company pulled in revenue of $ 279.7 million, while analysts had forecast $ 280.6 million. Pinterest posted earnings of 1 cent per share, topping the 4 cent loss per share expected, according to Refinitiv.Pinterest reported 322 million monthly active users, exceeding the 312 million investors projected. Average revenue per user fell just shy of estimates, however, coming in at 90 cents compared to the 91 cents per user expected.Shares of Beigene skyrocketed more than 30% after Amgen announced it...
Typhoon Hagibis: Biggest Japan storm in decades makes landfall

Typhoon Hagibis: Biggest Japan storm in decades makes landfall

World
Media playback is unsupported on your device Torrential rain and tornado-like winds are lashing large parts of Japan, as the country endures what could be its worst storm for 60 years.The eye of Typhoon Hagibis made landfall shortly before 19:00 local time (10:00 GMT), in Izu Peninsula, south-west of Tokyo.It is now moving up the eastern coast of Japan's main island, with wind speeds of 225km/h (140mph).More than 270,000 homes have lost power, Japanese outlet NHK reports.Two people are said to have died, one a man whose vehicle flipped over in high winds in Chiba prefecture, east of Tokyo. The second was washed away in their car, local reports said.In pictures: Typhoon Hagibis hits JapanNHK said 90 injuries had been reported by the early hours of Sunday lo...
These stocks could be the biggest winners if the US completes this phased trade deal with China

These stocks could be the biggest winners if the US completes this phased trade deal with China

Finance
US President Donald Trump shows a letter from Chinese President Xi Jinping as he announces and initial deal with China while meeting the special Envoy and Vice Premier of the People's Republic of China Liu He Special Envoy and Vice Premier of the People's Republic of China Liu He at the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on October 11, 2019.Nicholas Kamm | AFP | Getty ImagesThe U.S. and China agreed to the first phase of a "substantial" trade deal that delays tariff hikes scheduled to kick in next week. These stocks are set to win the most from the resolution, if it can be completed.CNBC's proprietary "China Trade Index" jumped nearly 2.5% on Friday on the partial deal announcement. The 25 companies in the index are among those with the biggest China revenue exposure and the ...
Those weekly splurges cost $7,400 extra annually. Here are the biggest budget busters

Those weekly splurges cost $7,400 extra annually. Here are the biggest budget busters

Finance
Sticking to a household budget is apparently difficult. As in, really difficult.While 74% of people say they have some sort of budget, 79% don't stick to it, according to new research from SlickDeals.net, a crowd-sourced shopping platform. The average weekly amount consumers spend — not counting bills such as mortgage or rent, utilities, etc. — is $ 340, or $ 143 more than the average $ 197 budgeted. That equals overspending by about $ 7,400 each year."The struggle with overspending exists regardless of how much people earn," said certified financial planner Josh Nelson, founder and CEO of Keystone Financial Services in Loveland, Colorado. "I've heard 'I don't know where all the money goes' from people who make a gazillion dollars and from poor college students and everyone in between."Geb