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The Earnings Beat: Four Stocks To Watch For the Coming Week (HD, CSCO, WMT, DE)

Finance
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Thanks to a resurgence in oil prices, which closed above $ 70 per barrel, equities booked another solid week of solid gains. But can it continue, particularly with the oil prices now at four-year highs ? Led by energy stocks, the Dow Jones industrial average added 91 points on Friday to extend a seven-day winning Latest Articles in
Netflix: What's coming and going in May 2018

Netflix: What's coming and going in May 2018

Entertainment
April 25 (UPI) -- Netflix watchers can catch family films Coco, Shrek, High School Musical 3: Senior Year and Mamma Mia! in May, along with Season 4 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.The streaming site released a list of the movies, TV shows, comedy specials and documentaries coming and going next month. Here's the full list of what's being added to Netflix in May:Date not announcedArrow Season 6 Dynasty Season 1 Riverdale Season 2 Supernatural Season 1 The Flash Season 4 May 127: Gone Too SoonA Life of Its Own: The Truth About Medical MarijuanaAmélieBarbie Dreamhouse Adventures Season 1 Beautiful GirlsDarcGod's Own CountryHachi: A Dog's TaleHarold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo BayHellboy II: The Golden ArmyHigh School Musical 3: Senior YearJohn Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous Live at Radio City -
Robots are coming to a burger joint near you

Robots are coming to a burger joint near you

Finance
Grilling burgers may be fun on the Fourth of July, but less so if hot grease is your daily grind.Enter Miso Robotics. The southern California start-up has built a robotic "kitchen assistant" called Flippy to do the hot, greasy and repetitive work of a fry cook. Flippy employs machine learning and computer vision to identify patties on a grill, track them as they cook, flip and then place them on a bun when they're done.Miso is part of a budding kitchen automation industry. Its peers include Zume Pizza, Cafe X, Makr Shakr, Frobot and Sally, which are developing robots to help commercial kitchens churn out pizzas, lattes, cocktails, frozen yogurt, and salads.In a recent CNBC interview, Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed predicted robots would replace fast food workers by the mid-2020s. It's not as if...
I'm coming out! Spacey pokes fun as Tonys host

I'm coming out! Spacey pokes fun as Tonys host

Entertainment
Kevin Spacey stole the show as he hosted the Tony Awards for the first time, performing an elaborate opening medley that poked fun at rumours about his sexuality.And he didn't leave US politics behind for the evening - the star impersonated former US president Bill Clinton and appeared on stage as his House of Cards character Frank Underwood.During the 11-minute opening number, he donned tap shoes and numerous costumes as he parodied the Broadway shows nominated for awards on Sunday night."I can't believe how many people do that eight times a week," a breathless Spacey said afterwards."But that's why we're gathered here to celebrate all the incredible work that you do. Now if someone will please find my cardiologist."Image:Spacey donned a tuxedo, cane and tap shoes during the medleyHis ope...