Published 6:16 am CDT, Monday, July 30, 2018 HOUSTON (AP) _ Oil States International Inc. (OIS) on Monday reported second-quarter net income of $2.7 million, after reporting a loss in the same period a year earlier. The Houston-based company said it had profit of 5 cents per share. The results met Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of seven analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was also for earnings of 5 cents per share. The energy services company posted revenue of $285.8 million in the period, beating Street forecasts. Six analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $282.8 million. Oil States International shares have climbed 20 percent since the beginning of the year. The stock has climbed 27 percent in the last 12 months. MySA News Videos Now Playing: Now Playing The Docket: Luis Antonio Arroyo Media: San Antonio Express-News Man assaulted, shot near North Side high school, police say Media: San Antonio Express-News SAPD: 2 drivers … [Read more...] about Oil States International: 2Q Earnings Snapshot
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Welcome to FOX News First. Not signed up yet? Click here. Developing now, Tuesday, July 24, 2018 President Trump considering revoking the security clearances of six former, Obama-era, national security officials, and some critics are accusing him of using the intel community to retaliate against political foes Satellite images reportedly suggest North Korea has begun dismantling its main rocket launch site, a possible sign of denuclearization Voters in Georgia will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the GOP gubernatorial primary runoff election between Secretary of State Brian Kemp and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle A federal judge has agreed to delay the start of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's first trial, which could reveal embarrassing information about several Democratic political consultants Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says he is considering running for president and will make his decision in early 2019 THE LEAD … [Read more...] about FOX NEWS FIRST: Trump, ex-Obama officials battle over security clearance; Eric Holder 2020?
MEDIA 07/23/2018 09:21 am ET Updated 22 minutes ago The layoffs come days after rumors of deep cuts at the storied tabloid. By Andy Campbell and Lydia O'Connor The New York Daily News, a storied big-city tabloid known for its ruthless and splashy front pages, laid off half its newsroom staff on Monday, marking the latest round of cuts at the beleaguered Tronc company’s media holdings. “We are fundamentally restructuring the Daily News,” an email from Tronc to the staff reads. “We are reducing today the size of the editorial team by approximately 50 percent and re-focusing much of our talent on breaking news — especially in areas of crime, civil justice and public responsibility.” The paper had about 85 newsroom employees prior to the cuts, according to the New York Post. The notice said human resources would notify those affected by day’s end. As reporters and editors waited, some were seen going around the … [Read more...] about New York Daily News Layoffs Ax Half The Newsroom Staff
US National Security Adviser John Bolton said he had brought up both Crimea and election meddling up with Putin.Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said earlier in the day if Trump raises the issue of Russia's alleged meddling in the USA election at talks in Helsinki, Putin will be ready to once again deny it.Trump said he planned to address election integrity when the two leaders come face to face in Helsinki, Finland, on July 16.Wallace brought up concerns from world leaders and said there's the impression Trump "seemed to be tougher on our allies at the G7 than he was on an adversary like Kim", and some leaders are anxious about what could happen if Trump criticizes North Atlantic Treaty Organisation this week and then "goes and praises Putin".Russian Federation and the United States have confirmed their respective presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will hold a full-fledged summit in Finland's capital Helsinki on July 16, widely seen as a signal of the two countries' willingness … [Read more...] about When Trump meets Putin, United States News & Top Stories
A senior in Temple University’s journalism program helped break a recent national story that has members of the U.S. Senate pointing fingers at the CIA. Ali Watkins, currently a 22-year-old freelancer for McClatchy in Washington, D.C., received a tip from sources who came to trust her while making herself a presence on Capitol Hill, according to a posting by Temple's School of Media and Communication. >> READ MORE: Justice Department seized phone, email records of New York Times reporter Ali Watkins, a Temple grad The Fleetwood, Berks County student is set to graduate from the university’s School of Media and Communications in May. The story she developed with two other bylined reporters ran March 4 and chronicled how the CIA Inspector General’s Office asked the Justice Department to investigate allegations stemming from an as-yet-unreleased Senate Intelligence Committee report. The report delves into the CIA’s secret detention and … [Read more...] about Temple senior breaks national story involving CIA