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Source: CBS News

Cleveland-Cliffs stock dips as CEO rips Wall Street analysts

Saturday 15:25 GMT

Lourenco Goncalves, CEO of iron-ore producer Cleveland-Cliffs, was in no mood to mince words Friday during a conference call with Wall Street analysts to discuss the company's latest earnings.

They will have to commit suicide," said Goncalves, Cleveland-Cliffs' CEO since 2014, in an apparent reference to analysts who cover his company. The harsh words are reminiscent of a confrontational performance in May by Elon Musk, when the Tesla CEO blasted what he call "boring, bonehead" questions about the electric car maker during a conference call with stock analysts.

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Source: Common Domain

‘You are a disaster’: Cleveland-Cliffs CEO berates analyst on earnings call

Saturday 18:11 GMT

Shares of Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. fell more than 6% Friday after Chief Executive Lourenco Goncalves slammed analysts during the mining company’s earnings call earlier in the day, accusing them of failing to understand numbers and targeting a Goldman Sachs analyst for most of his angry remarks.

Cleveland-Cliffs shares have gained 48% this year, compared with gains of 3.4% and 2.7% for the S&P 500 index SPX, +0.11%  and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.36%  in the same period.

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Source: Fox News

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr sometimes feels 'patronized' by 'nationalistic' military displays

Saturday 15:25 GMT

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr reportedly said he has mixed feelings about some of the "nationalistic" military displays at sporting events, cautioning the widespread practice runs the risk of making fans feel like they're "being patronized." Kerr, 53, told NBC Sports he found the displays "really inspiring" for the most part.

WARRIORS COACH STEVE KERR PRAISES LEBRON JAMES, COMPARES HIM TO MICHAEL JORDAN, REPORT SAYS. The coach said he understands the risks of voicing his opinion about such a sensitive subject.

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Source: CBS News

How did an Oklahoma woman start hunting with eagles in Mongolia?

Thursday 15:26 GMT

They took her in and, eventually, she not only learned to catch, train and hunt with the eagles, she earned a PhD for her work with the hunters.

The golden eagles are not endangered, in fact, they are a hardy species abundant in the Northern Hemisphere and conservationists have little fear for their survival.


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