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New York Giants reportedly trim coaching search to three candidates

New York Giants reportedly trim coaching search to three candidates

Sports
The New York Giants narrowed their coaching search to Josh McDaniels, Matt Patricia and Pat Shurmur, according to a report by the New York Post on Thursday. According to the newspaper, Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks did get past the first round of interviews. The report also said former Denver Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville and Steve Spagnuolo, who finished the season as the team's interim coach are not being considered for the position. All three remaining candidates are currently preparing for playoff games and are linked to other openings. Shurmur, who is the Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator, is considered a candidate for the Arizona Cardinals opening. McDaniels, who is the offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots, also may be a candid...
Market Chatter: Exxon Mobile, Shell Reportedly Win Oil Blocks in Brazil at Auction

Market Chatter: Exxon Mobile, Shell Reportedly Win Oil Blocks in Brazil at Auction

Finance
Shutterstock photoRoyal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B) and Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) won blocks in Brazil's pre-salt oil region at an auction on Friday, Reuters reported.Shell won two of the initial four blocks under the hammer as part of consortia and Exxon, in a consortium with Norway's Statoil ( STO ) and Portugal's Petrogal, a unit of Galp Energia (GALP.LS), won another, according to the report.There were no bids for the fourth block, and another four blocks will be auctioned later on Friday, it said.The eight blocks on offer contain a total of more than 12 billion barrels of estimated oil reserves, according to the report.The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.Copyright (C) 2016 MTNewswires.com. All r...
Bodybuilding Mom of 2 Reportedly Dies of Protein Overdose

Bodybuilding Mom of 2 Reportedly Dies of Protein Overdose

Health
She had a urea cycle disorder, which blocks the body from correctly breaking down protein. This article originally appeared on People.com.A bodybuilding competitor and mom of two reportedly died June 22 from a protein overdose, according to Perth Now.Meegan Hefford, a 25-year-old from Mandurah, Australia, was discovered to have a urea cycle disorder, which blocks the body from correctly breaking down protein.Hefford was preparing for a bodybuilding competition in September and consuming various protein supplements, her mother, Michelle White, tells Perth Now. Hefford had told her mom in June that she was feeling tired and “weird.”“I said to her, ‘I think you’re doing too much at the gym, calm down, slow it down,” White said.Hefford was found unconscious in her apartment
Trump reportedly 'hell-bent' on imposing steel tariff despite objections from most advisors

Trump reportedly 'hell-bent' on imposing steel tariff despite objections from most advisors

Finance
President Donald Trump's White House is "hell-bent" on imposing tariffs on steel and other imports, Axios reported FridayThe plan — which was pushed by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and was supported by National Trade Council Peter Navarro and policy adviser Stephen Miller — would potentially impose tariffs in the 20 percent range, according to the report.During a "tense" meeting Monday, the president made clear he favors tariffs, yet the plan was met with heavy opposition by most officials in the room, with one telling Axios about 22 were against it and only three in favor, including Trump.The White House did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment, but White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump hadn't made a final decision on steel tarif