(BFN News) – Netflix, Inc. (NFLX), Kroger Co Follow Visa Inc, Starbucks Corporation (SBUX): Stock Split 2015

Netflix, Inc. (NFLX), Kroger Co Follow Visa Inc, Starbucks Corporation (SBUX): Stock Split 2015
Netflix, Inc. (NFLX), Kroger Co Follow Visa Inc, Starbucks Corporation (SBUX): Stock Split 2015

Stock split has become really common this year, as eight S&P 500 companies have announced to increase their outstanding shares. Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Kroger Co (NYSE:KR) are the latest companies to announce that they will split their stocks, joining companies like Visa Inc (NYSE:V), Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX), Marathon Petroleum Corp, Ross Stores, Inc., PPG Industries Inc, and CF Industries Holding, Inc.

Stock split is a kind of dividend in the form of additional shares to a company’s existing stockholders, aiming to increase the liquidity of the stock and to make the stock more affordable for its employees and small group of investors. The move indicates that a company has confidence over its future growth.

Netflix, the world’s leading video service provider, said last month that it will undertake a rare 7-for-1 stock split, which was also carried out by the world’s most valuable company, Apple Inc in June 2014. Additional stocks are scheduled to be distributed on July 14 to shareholders on record as of July 02. Post-split stocks will trade on July 15, on which the company will also announce its second quarter earnings of fiscal year 2015 (2QFY15). The upcoming split will be the company’s second split in 13 years.

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(The Week) – Obama commutes sentences of 46 prisoners

President Obama announced in a video released Monday that he will grant clemency to 46 prisoners. “These men and women were not hardened criminals,” the president said. “But the overwhelming majority had been sentenced to at least 20 years,” many for “non-violent drug offenses.”

“Their punishments didn’t fit the crime,” the president said. “And if they’d been sentenced under today’s laws, nearly all of them would have already served their time.”

Obama has now commuted 89 prisoners — the most since Lyndon Johnson in the 1960s.

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(CBS News) – Scott Walker’s presidential announcement: “I know how to fight and win”

Following in the footsteps of 14 Republican candidates who came before him, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker entered the presidential race Monday promising fresh leadership, reform, economic growth and safety for the American people.

“My record shows that I know how to fight and win. Now, more than ever, America needs a president who will fight and win for America,” Walker said.

The proclamation followed a list of his accomplishments as governor of Wisconsin: lowering taxes, passing lawsuit and regulatory reform, passing pro-life legislation and implementing voter ID laws in the state. All that followed on what he likely sees as the most important accomplishment, the one that fight that catapulted him into national prominence: “We took on the unions and we won,” he said.

He was referring to the 2011 bill he proposed that would have eliminated collective bargaining rights for most public employee unions in Wisconsin. The move sparked raucous protests at the State Capitol building in Madison and an effort to recall Walker from office. After a fierce battle, he prevailed on June 5, 2012, becoming the first governor in U.S. history to survive a recall attempt. It was the second of three statewide elections he would win in a four-year period (the other two were his election and re-election as governor).

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker officially launches White House bid
“He’s the strongest anti-union Republican in the bunch, and that’s an issue that resonates both with average Republicans, but also with business Republicans that give a lot of money to the party,” Julian Zelizer, a presidential historian at Princeton University, told CBS News earlier this year. “It defines him.”

Walker’s kickoff speech was held in Waukesha, Wisconsin at the site of his 2012 recall election rally. He has taken the message of standing up to the unions to Iowa and turned it into an early and persistent lead in the polls.

He promised “real reform” for Washington, D.C., modeled after what he had done in his home state, saying, “Our big, bold reforms in Wisconsin took the power from the big government special interests and put it firmly into the hands of the hard-working taxpayers.” That included ending seniority and tenure for teachers, a move that Walker credits for Wisconsin’s increased graduation rates and test scores.

Walker also pointed to reforms in Wisconsin that require people who receive welfare to first enroll in a job training program and take a drug test.

Recalling his own childhood with a small-town pastor for a father and part-time secretary and bookkeeper for a mother, Walker said he and his brother inherited “the belief that if you work hard and play by the rules, you can do and be anything you want. That’s the American Dream. And that is worth fighting for.”

“Helping adults who are able to work transition from government dependence to true independence will help more people live that dream,” he said.

Who is presidential candidate Scott Walker?
His plan for growth includes a pledge to repeal the Affordable Care Act, roll back “out-of-control regulations,” use America’s resources to create energy, approving the Keystone pipeline, and getting rid of Common Core school standards.

To explain his focus on tax relief, Walker compared it to buying a shirt at Kohl’s. By the time the shirt goes on sale and he and his wife use coupons and rewards to lower the purchase even more, “they’re paying us to buy that shirt.” (“Well, not really,” he acknowledged.)

“So how does a company like Kohl’s make money? Volume. They make it off of volume,” Walker said. “You see, they could charge you $29.99 and a few of you could afford it or they can lower the price and broaden the base and make more money off of volume. That’s what I think about your money – the taxpayers’ money. The government could charge the higher rates and a few of you could afford it. Or, we can lower the rates and broaden the base and increase the volume of people participating in our economy.”

He praised former President Ronald Reagan’s leadership on foreign policy and said that America is “headed toward a disaster” under the “Obama/Clinton doctrine.”

He called for ending any nuclear deal with Iran and allowing U.S. military personnel to directly help Kurdish and Sunni Arab allies fight the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

“Earlier this year, the President proclaimed that climate change is the greatest threat to future generations. Well Mr. President, I respectfully disagree. The greatest threat to future generations is radical Islamic terrorism and we need to do something about it,” Walker said.

Scott Walker: I can take on ISIS
He also accused the president and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton of offering only “mush” that has failed to stop Russian President Vladimir Putin from encroaching into Ukrainian territory.

“Putin bases his policies on Lenin’s old principle: probe with bayonets, if you encounter mush, push; if you encounter steel, stop. With Obama and Clinton, Putin has encountered years of mush. The United States needs a foreign policy that puts steel in front of our enemies,” he said.

Like some of the other governors seeking the GOP nomination, Walker has turned to various Republican foreign policy experts to give him a crash-course tutorial on the ways of the world, after a few public blunders that highlighted the lack of attention he’s paid to foreign affairs in the months leading up to his campaign.

During a Q&A session with members of the Club for Growth in Florida earlier this year, for example, he raised some eyebrows by claiming the most significant policy decision of his lifetime was former President Ronald Reagan’s actions to break up a 1981 strike by air traffic controllers, according to the Washington Post. During a foreign trip to London in February, he avoided having to answer foreign policy questions.

And during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Committee in February, Walker suggested his experience dealing with protesters in Wisconsin proves he has the mettle to take on ISIS and America’s foreign foes. “If I can take on 100,000 protesters, I can do the same across the world,” he said.

Walker’s official entry into the race came Monday morning with a tweet and Facebook video featuring an abbreviated version of the vision he laid out in his announcement speech. He is the 15th Republican who will compete for the GOP nomination.

In a video released on Facebook, Walker previewed the argument for why he’s better positioned to run the country than the more than dozen other competitors for the GOP nomination: “There are some who are good fighters, but they haven’t won those battles. There are others who have won elections but haven’t consistently taken on the big fights. We showed you can do both.”

I’m in. I’m running for President of the United States because Americans deserve a leader who will fight and win for them. SHARE if you stand with me. Support at ScottWalker.com! -SW

Posted by Scott Walker on Monday, July 13, 2015
Walker will hold a rally Monday evening in Waukesha, Wisconsin, to make the announcement in person.

His political martyr story combined with his record of electoral success and his “I’m just a regular guy” schtick (see: the reference to clipping Kohl’s coupons) will be front-and-center as he begins his campaign. Following the announcement speech, he’ll barnstorm through four early primary and caucus states with an emphasis on his regular-guy theme with stops at Harley-Davidson dealers in each state, barbecue in South Carolina, a diner in New Hampshire, and a Winnebago tour through Iowa.

Governor Scott Walker changed his stance on immigration
But there are several potential cracks in the Walker foundation. He faces dropping approval ratings at home in the face of tough fiscal and economic realities. Like other governors, his foreign policy experience is limited, at best, and he has to deal with some hardcore conservatives have been skeptical about his shifting rhetoric on some red-meat issues like same-sex marriage, immigration and education.

Still, he has proven to be an exciting prospect for Republican voters, which has kept him consistently in the top two or three candidates in polls this year.

CBS News Senior Political Editor Steve Chaggaris contributed to this story.

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(smh.com.au) – Can women brew beer?

Photo: Photographer: Nancy Ann Trieu

A hard-earned thirst may need a big cold beer. However, these days Aussie beer lovers are drinking less, but getting more adventurous in their choice of tipple as the number of craft brewers continues to soar.In the past five years, Australian craft beer production has flourished, growing by an average of 10 per cent a year, according to an industry report released by IBISWorld in March. The report also found drinkers were increasingly valuing quality beer over quantity.WA’s Matilda Bay Brewing Company paved the way back in the mid-’80s, followed later by Little Creatures, which struck gold when brewer Lion bought out its parent company for about $256 million in 2012.Matt Bebe: initially struggled to keep pace with demand. But while the major players now hold a large stake in Australia’s craft beer market (Lion has about 33 per cent market share and CUB more than 16 per cent through its ownership of Matilda Bay), smaller operators such as Leimin Duong, the founder of Zeven Lemon Beerworks, continue to bring fresh blood to the industry.AdvertisementDuong, a 27-year-old who ditched her job as an office administrator in a large investment bank to start her own beer label, is finding success with female and male drinkers through her strawberry-flavoured beer Strawberry Blonde.A long-time beer enthusiast, Duong was inspired to create her own high-end offering after reading about strawberry-flavoured beer in a travel magazine.”I was quite surprised – I’d never heard of it before,” says Duong, who was desperate to start her own business.”The nine-to-five work lifestyle – it really wasn’t the best for me and I knew that. I knew I needed to get out.”Teaching herself about brewing via websites and textbooks, Duong worked 100-plus-hour weeks for months, before releasing her first commercial batch about a year later. Strawberry Blonde has now been on the market for more than a year, and has distributors in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and the ACT.Dealing with the emotional aspects of starting a one-person business – including mixed reactions from family and friends – has been the toughest challenge, along with entering an industry in which she’d had no experience, Duong says.”I just kind of have to feel my way around, make some mistakes, adapt and then go with it,” says Duong, who is working on new beer flavours for a summer release.Matt Bebe, managing director and founder of Mornington Peninsula Brewery, is further down the craft brewing path, after first dreaming up the idea for a brewery with his next-door neighbour Malcolm while watching the Hawks win the 2008 AFL grand final – with a few beers of course.”The next day Mal went off to Glenferrie Oval and celebrated and I wrote a business plan,” Bebe says, laughing.Bebe, previously a HR manager with a biotech company, was convinced their idea could work, and by mid-2010 had left his job to concentrate on the business.The only sticking point was that it was the middle of the financial crisis of 2007/2008, and capital was proving hard to find. “The banks wouldn’t even look at it, so we had to go the path of investors,” Bebe says.Twenty-two shareholders – family, friends and friends of friends – threw their financial support behind the brewery, and have since been rewarded handsomely for the decision, with the brewery growing 40 per cent every year since.”The first few years was a bit of a ride,” Bebe says. “We couldn’t make enough beer.”After investing in a new production facility in Mornington in September last year, the brewery now has the capacity to brew about 2 million litres of beer each year.Bebe says his craft brewery is the only one in Australia to have its own canning and bottling lines, which means it can sell its beers in a way that its customers want to drink it.At last count Australia had 243 craft breweries, he says.”In the last nine months it’s become a very competitive environment. Craft beer in general has changed quite dramatically,” Bebe says.”There are a lot more breweries that are opening up, and the majors, they’re also protecting their market share.”Mornington Peninsula Brewery has three core beers – a pale ale, an IPA and a brown ale – and brings out new specialty beers every four to six weeks.Already stocked in Dan Murphy’s, and in bottle shops and pubs around the country, the brewery also exports to Singapore and Thailand and expects to be stocked in Coles-owned liquor stores including Liquorland and First Choice Liquor next year. The business is also looking at the feasibility of expanding into China, Japan and New Zealand.Bebe says there is still huge room for growth, with craft beer still comprising only about 3 per cent of Australia’s beer industry.”There’s still a lot of work to be done.”


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Matt Bebe: initially struggled to keep pace with demand. Photo: Supplied

(Mercury News) – California gas prices to soar this week

California gas prices to soar this week

By Gary Richards grichards@mercurynews.com

If you’re one of those California drivers who already resents having to pay a lot more to fill your tank than most Americans, you’re going to be sputtering mad this week.Prices at the pump have already begun creeping up in recent days, and they may soar this week as much as 30 cents a gallon in the Bay Area and 50 cents in Southern California as refinery issues and a lack of imported crude oil slam the Golden State.That means the average cost of regular gas will soon exceed $4 a gallon in the Southland and get uncomfortably close to that mark in the Bay Area.GasBuddy.com analysts say the
price hikes are occurring because of “an extraordinary convergence of fuel supply problems” that have caused “severe spikes with no immediate relief in sight.” Other analysts blame California’s special blend of less-polluting gasoline, as well as problems at three refineries in the southern part of the state.The $2.76 average across the country is a whopping 83 cents less than in California. Usually the gap is in the 20-30-cent range.The U.S. Department of Energy says the world remains “massively oversupplied.” American drivers paid the lowest price for July 4 travel since 2010, saving 90 cents a gallon.California drivers have also enjoyed lower gas prices than in years past. But state supplies are now at a 12-month low, and federal energy officials say California refiners had to use 1.1 million barrels from their storage tanks. It’s so bleak that imports to the West Coast sank to zero last week after averaging more than 100,000 barrels a day over the previous four weeks.Regular gas in Los Angeles hit $3.79 on average Saturday, up 24 cents since Thursday. Oakland stood at $3.48, 9 cents more than Thursday. And San Jose’s $3.46 average was 10 cents more than 48 hours earlier. The state average of $3.59 jumped 16 cents during the two-day period.”Holy cow — I’m scratching my head,” David Hackett, president of Stillwater Associates in Irvine told Bloomberg News. “Gasoline inventories are on the low side, but we’re not at the bottom of the tank yet.”Some energy analysts are hoping that the increase may last only a week or so. But the less optimistic ones say all bets are off.Patrick DeHaan, a senior petroleum analyst at Gas Buddy, took the unusual step of urging state drivers not to rush out to fill up.”Filling up unnecessarily may further strain gasoline supply and exacerbate the situation,” he warned. “We have no gasoline as of Monday heading for the California coast. It’s a dire situation.”Problems with California’s crude oil supplies began before Memorial Day when a series of refinery problems in the Midwest led to more oil being sent there than here. Without the ability to get relief from other U.S. regions because California doesn’t have major pipelines, the West Coast has been forced to wait for large vessels from around the world to arrive.The price changes at California’s pumps are getting noticed.”What’s the deal?” asked Eric Itani of San Jose, who has seen his favorite Chevron station boost prices 8 cents in recent days. ‘We’re conserving on electricity, we’re conserving on water — and now I need to conserve on my gas usage.”I am aware that gas prices are much lower compared to one and two years ago, but I am as greedy as the oil companies.”Bill Casilla forked over $3.69 a gallon at the ARCO station on International Boulevard and 98th Avenue in Oakland on Friday. That meant his pickup cost $15 more to fill up than the last time.”Too much,” the landscaper said. “I just pray it stays where it is because I spend a lot for gas.”For Bay Area residents, it could be worse.Tom Robinson, the president of the Rotten Robbie stations, said he’s having no problems getting fuel, but prices have been jumping up and the Southern California market appears to be particularly turbulent.”I think SoCal spot prices are 70 cents higher than NorCal prices,” he said. “Crazy.”Follow Gary Richards at Twitter.com/mrroadshow or Facebook.com/mr.roadshow or contact him at mrroadshow@mercurynews.com or 408-920-5335.gas prices RISINGCity Thursday SaturdayLos Angeles $3.55* $3.79 San Diego $3.54 $3.75San Francisco $3.52 $3.58Bakersfield $3.47 $3.57Vallejo $3.41 $3.50Oakland $3.39 $3.48San Jose $3.36 $3.46Santa Cruz $3.32 $3.38California $3.43 $3.59United States $2.76 $2.76* Average price for a gallon of regular gas.

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(CBS News) – Pope Francis visits Paraguay slum, says mass for 1 million

Pope Francis visits Paraguay slum, says mass for 1 million

People’s feet are covered with plastic bags to guard against mud while waiting for Pope Francis in Asuncion, Paraguay, on July 12, 2015. ANNA MATRANGA

On the last day of his pilgrimage to South America, Pope Francis visited one of the poorest neighborhoods in one of the poorest countries of his native continent.The Banado Norte shantytown lies on the outskirts of Asuncion, the capital of Paraguay. Because of its location on the Paraguay River, it’s frequently overcome with floods — the name “Banado” means wetlands. Settled 50 years ago, 15,000 families live there, most of them surviving by picking through garbage and reselling it. Only 1 out of 10 residents has a regular job.Because of its location between Asuncion and the Paraguay River, the land on which the shantytown sits has recently become valuable real estate, and residents fear that unless the government steps in to protect them, they could be forced out. 46 PHOTOSPope preaches to faithful in Latin AmericaWhen Pope Francis arrived, he stopped to mingle with the residents, shake hands, and hug them. Two women told him their stories. One said: “We feel like the lepers in the gospel. We’ve been rejected until now that they’ve decided our land is very valuable.”The pope told the residents: “I could not come to Paraguay without spending time with you here on YOUR land,” emphasizing the “your.””I want to be your neighbor,” he said.Pope Francis then told the gathered residents that their faith would bring them the solidarity that would see them through.”A faith without solidarity is a sick faith, a dead faith,” the pontiff said. “Be neighbors, above all to the young and elderly. Be a support for young families and all families who are experiencing difficulties.”After Banado Norte, the pope went on to celebrate mass in Asuncion with close to a million people, some from his native Argentina just across the border from Paraguay. Entire families camped out the night before in the field where the mass was held, spreading plastic sheets on the deep mud to stay dry. Many covered their feet with plastic bags, others gave up altogether and went shoeless.People’s feet are covered with plastic bags to guard against mud while waiting for Pope Francis in Asuncion, Paraguay, on July 12, 2015. ANNA MATRANGAThe pope’s last scheduled event before heading back to Rome is a meeting with hundreds of thousands of youth, presumably to send a last message of hope for the future of this country, and the continent.

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(NY Times) – European Leaders Reach Agreement to Resolve Greek Debt Crisis

BRUSSELS — European leaders said Monday morning that they had reached a deal meant to resolve Greece’s debt crisis and avert a historic fracture in the Continent’s common currency project.

“EuroSummit has unanimously reached agreement,” Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, wrote on his Twitter account shortly before 9 a.m. on Monday. The new bailout for Greece would involve “serious reforms” and “financial support,” he wrote.

The deal announced early Monday allows only the start of detailed negotiations on a new assistance package for Greece. But the prospect of a new bailout program was expected to give the European Central Bank the leeway to continue channeling sorely needed emergency funding to Greek banks hollowed out by a long economic slump and the withdrawal of billions of euros in recent months by panicky account holders as the country’s financial crisis worsened.

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The agreement aims to provide Greece with its third bailout package in five years. Tough terms, demanded by Germany and others, are meant to balance Greece’s demands for a loan repayment system that will not keep it mired in recession and austerity budgets, against creditors’ insistence that loans worth tens of billions of euros not be money wasted. Months of testy negotiations, and the inability of Greece to live up to the promises made in its previous bailouts had put a cloud of distrust over the weekend’s discussions.

An accord would end five months of bitter negotiations that raised concerns that Greece would be the first country to be forced out of the euro currency union — a development that proponents of European unity had sought desperately to avoid.

“The advantages far outweigh the disadvantages,” Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany told a news conference, explaining her decision to accept the deal and recommend that the German Parliament also grant its approval.

“The country which we help has shown a willingness and readiness to carry out reforms,” said Ms. Merkel, referring to Greece.

As part of Greece’s commitments, Ms. Merkel said, a fund will be created to use the proceeds from selling off assets owned by the Greek government to help pay down the country’s debt. That fund would be “to the tune of” €50 billion, she said.

Greece will be required to also seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund and agree to let the organization continue to monitor the country’s adherence to its bailout commitments. The Greek government had resisted a continued role for the I.M.F., seeing the fund’s involvement as unwanted meddling.

The Greek Parliament will also be required to approve the terms of the agreement “without delay,” according to the draft document that was circulating Monday morning. One of the sticking points in the weekend negotiations had been a demand that the Parliament sign off on any deal by Wednesday, but that requirement appears to have been relaxed.

He added that eurozone finance ministers would “as a matter of urgency discuss how to help” Greece meet its short-term financing needs. That appeared to be a reference to ensuring that Greece, which is nearly bankrupt, can make large payments to lenders including the European Central Bank that are due in the coming weeks.

From left, Donald Tusk, the European Council president; Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president; and Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Eurogroup president, gave a news conference after leaders in Brussels reached a deal to resolve Greece’s debt crisis on Monday. Credit Olivier Hoslet/European Pressphoto Agency

During the marathon negotiation session, Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, struggled with economic overhauls that were demanded by the creditors but that his left-wing government will find difficult to sell at home — just a week after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected softer terms in a referendum.

European stocks rose and the bond market calmed on Monday morning just moments after European leaders said they had reached a deal. There was no euphoria, however, as investors waited to see how the tough agreement would be put in place.

Niki Kitsantonis contributed reporting from Athens, and Alison Smale from Berlin.

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(Yahoo News)  – California Town on High Alert after Coyotes Attack Children  

California Town on High Alert after Coyotes Attack Children


(ABC News)California residents are being warned to be more vigilant about coyotes after four attacks on children in the past month in the Irvine area.The most recent incident — this past Sunday — involved a 2-year-old child.“It was a child, about approximately 2 years old, was in the garage. They opened the garage up and the coyote came in and actually got the child on the neck area and part of the cheek,” California Department of Fish and Wildlife Lt. Kent Smirl told ABC’s Los Angeles station KABC.Coyote Makes Itself at Home in Georgia KitchenThree Rare Coyote Attacks Within 10 Days Spark WorriesCoyote Sightings Put New Jersey Town on EdgeThe California Department of Fish and Wildlife reported four incidents involving coyotes and young children in the past month in Irvine, where the children have either been bitten or scratched by a coyote. All four had minor injuries from the attacks.“These incidents highlight the importance of communities working together to eliminate sources of food that may attract wildlife to neighborhoods,” Capt. Rebecca Hartman said. “When coyotes are fed, either intentionally or unintentionally by food being left out, they can become a public safety threat.”Trappers have recently humanely euthanized five coyotes in the area and one was linked back to an attack through its DNA, KABC reported.Officials are concerned that coyotes are losing their natural fear of humans because they’re now associating humans with food.If a coyote approaches and looks aggressive, pick up small children and pets and throw rocks to deter the animal, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife said.The only reported coyote-caused fatality in the state, according to the Department of Fish and Wildlife, occurred in 1981 when a 3-year-old girl was killed.

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Coyote Makes Itself at Home in Georgia Kitchen

Coyote Sightings Put New Jersey Town on Edge