Understanding Chemical-Biological Interaction

What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-05-20
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, activities, interaction, chemicalbiological, services, working, pharmacologists, understanding, predictive, prediction, refined, select, medicinal, set


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Wall Street analysts are sticking by these stocks hit hard by the trade war

The Dow dropped a s much 719 points on Monday as the trade war continued its escalation but is higher in early trading on Tuesday. CNBC did a deep dive through sell-side stock research since the trade war escalated to find companies that analysts are singling out in their respective coverage universes. Wall Street analysts aren’t backing down from their buy ratings on stocks that have been hit hard in the latest trade battle between the U.S. and China. Wall Street will be watching Alibaba’s earn


The Dow dropped a s much 719 points on Monday as the trade war continued its escalation but is higher in early trading on Tuesday. CNBC did a deep dive through sell-side stock research since the trade war escalated to find companies that analysts are singling out in their respective coverage universes. Wall Street analysts aren’t backing down from their buy ratings on stocks that have been hit hard in the latest trade battle between the U.S. and China. Wall Street will be watching Alibaba’s earn
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Wall Street analysts are sticking by these stocks hit hard by the trade war

Apple CEO Tim Cook attends the annual session of China Development Forum (CDF) 2018 at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing, China March 26, 2018.

The Dow dropped a s much 719 points on Monday as the trade war continued its escalation but is higher in early trading on Tuesday.

CNBC did a deep dive through sell-side stock research since the trade war escalated to find companies that analysts are singling out in their respective coverage universes.

Wall Street analysts aren’t backing down from their buy ratings on stocks that have been hit hard in the latest trade battle between the U.S. and China. While the two countries continue slapping tariffs on each other, many analysts say clients should use the market weakness as a time to buy these beaten down shares because the risks are overblown.

Wall Street will be watching Alibaba’s earnings report on Wednesday for any signs of the trade war effect on the Chinese e-commerce giant.

The most recent actions by the White House have brought “greater uncertainty,” to the company, but SunTrust analysts are sticking with their buy rated call. “The latest data out of National Bureau of Statistics of China suggests that the macro environment has been improving, a positive for Chinese consumption, and for BABA in particular,” analyst Youssef Squali said.

“Long term we view BABA as a winner considering 1) its dominance of the Chinese ecom. mkt and the insatiable appetite for China’s growing middle class, 2) it’s a 25%+ compounder over the next 5 yrs (our ests), and 3) its portfolio of strategic invests,” he added.

Shares of the company are down 4% over the last week.

Apple has also been hit hard by the ongoing trade uncertainty, but Wedbush analysts say things might not be as bad as they appear.

“That said, for Apple in particular we believe the way things stand today the bark will be worse than the bite for Cupertino around China headwinds and we would be buyers of the name on weakness,” said analyst Dan Ives who’s keeping his outperform rating on the stock.

Apple, which was the worst performer on the Dow on Monday, is down more than 8% over the last week.

Despite the trade dispute, Credit Suisse analysts are not backing down from their calls on some business services stocks.

Alarm.com, provides cloud services for remote control home monitoring services and has an outperform rating at the firm.

The company recently reported earnings and stated that tariffs were indeed having an effect.

“ALRM highlighted on its most recent earnings call that higher tariffs have modestly impacted hardware sales,” analyst Kevin McVeigh said.

The stock is down more than 15% over the last week.

Here are other buy-rated stocks analysts are sticking by in the trade war:


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Apple just launched its first big push into subscription TV

Apple TV Channels AppleApple on Monday released an update to iPhones, iPads and Apple TV that includes its brand new TV app with Apple Channels. It’s Apple’s first big push into making money off TV content outside of sales through the iTunes store. The new Apple TV ChannelsApple TV Channels AppleChannels is not Apple TV+, the service that will include original programming from Apple and will launch later this fall. Changes to the TV appApple TV Channels AppleA new “What to Watch” screen inside t


Apple TV Channels AppleApple on Monday released an update to iPhones, iPads and Apple TV that includes its brand new TV app with Apple Channels. It’s Apple’s first big push into making money off TV content outside of sales through the iTunes store. The new Apple TV ChannelsApple TV Channels AppleChannels is not Apple TV+, the service that will include original programming from Apple and will launch later this fall. Changes to the TV appApple TV Channels AppleA new “What to Watch” screen inside t
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Apple just launched its first big push into subscription TV

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Apple on Monday released an update to iPhones, iPads and Apple TV that includes its brand new TV app with Apple Channels. Apple Channels is the company’s new service that offers customers in more than 100 countries subscription access to premium networks such as HBO, Showtime, Epix, Smithsonian Channel, Starz and Tastemade. Other channels, such as CBS All-Access and MTV Hits, are coming later this year. Right now, if you signed up for every channel package available, however, you’d pay $97 a month. It’s Apple’s first big push into making money off TV content outside of sales through the iTunes store. Apple hasn’t said what its cut of revenue from subscribers who sign up to services through Apple Channels will be, but CNBC reported in February that the company was pushing for 30%. Some reports suggest Apple gets 15% of revenues from subscribers who sign up for services such as HBO Now, Netflix and other streaming apps through the App Store. Apple reported revenue for its services segment of $11.45 billion in its second-quarter earnings report on April 30, beating analyst estimates. Channels gives Apple a way to continue to focus on its services business as sales of hardware, including iPhones, plateau. In other words, this gives Apple new ways to make money from customers who already own its products.

The new Apple TV Channels

Apple TV Channels Apple

Channels is not Apple TV+, the service that will include original programming from Apple and will launch later this fall. But Channels does launch with a brand new TV app that Apple says will show people compelling content they’ll want to watch. It will highlight some of the hit shows from the networks that customers can subscribe to, such as HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” More than 100,000 movies and TV shows are also available to rent or purchase in the app, which means customers don’t need to open the iTunes store and leave the app to buy more things to watch. And instead of pushing viewers out of the Apple TV app and into another app, like HBO, Starz or Showtime, Apple TV Channels immediately begins streaming the show, which helps keep people inside Apple’s ecosystem. There’s a trade-off for this, however. Anyone who subscribes to the channels can only watch them within the TV app. The subscription won’t work on other platforms such as Sony’s PlayStation or a Roku box. Conversely, if you pay for HBO through your cable provider already, or directly from HBO, it’ll work in Apple TV. But some features won’t work, like offline downloads. And it feels less seamless since Apple TV will push you out into that separate app instead of playing the content right away.

Changes to the TV app

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A new “What to Watch” screen inside the Apple TV app provides curated content from Apple editors that’s based on what’s popular around the world. Apple said it’s using human editors combined with its algorithms to make recommendations so users don’t sit and endlessly scroll trying to find something good to watch. It’s a problem most of us have experienced with the influx of streaming content now available. When you select a show, Apple provides data on who stars in it and a summary of the episode or movie and will begin automatically playing the trailer at the top of the screen. It looks really clean and provides most of what a person browsing for a new TV show or movie might want.

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There’s also a new kids section with content curated for a younger audience. This includes lots of animated movies and TV shows that users can either stream, download or buy, depending on whether it’s included with one of the subscriptions in Apple TV Channels.

Offline viewing

Apple TV App Source: Apple

There’s also an option to download content and save it for offline viewing on an iPhone or iPad when you don’t have an internet connection. This will help Apple TV Channels stand out against standalone apps from HBO, Showtime and others that require an internet connection for viewing. This, above all else, might make it one of the most compelling reasons to sign up for a service through Apple TV Channels instead of elsewhere.

Beyond the Apple TV

iTunes running on a Samsung TV Samsung

Apple Channels won’t be limited to just Apple products. The company announced a partnership with Samsung in January in which select Samsung Smart TVs will have access to the new Apple TV app. It won’t offer the full experience of an Apple TV, which also supports apps and games, but it will provide the same experience for watching TV shows and movies. The Samsung app will also launch Monday on all 2019 smart TV models and some 2018 models. Apple TV will launch on Amazon’s Fire TV, Sony TVs, LG TVs and Roku devices later this year.

No bundles

Apple TV coming to Smart TVs. Source: Apple

Unlike Apple News+, the company’s $9.99 per month subscription news service that allows you to download more than 300 magazines and read articles from The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times, Apple Channels does not have a bundle option. That means you need to subscribe to each individual video service separately, instead of buying an all-you-can-eat plan that includes everything. And, after a one-week free trial of the premium services, users will pay the standard price they would pay anywhere else. Showtime costs $10.99 per month, for example. However, families up to 6 people can share a single subscription.

Disney+

President of Walt Disney Distribution Franchise Management, Business & Audience Insights, Cathleen Taff, speaks in front of the studios part of Walt Disney Studio on screen during the CinemaCon Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures special presentation at the Colosseum Caesars Palace on April 3, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Valerie Macon | AFP | Getty Images

Disney’s upcoming streaming service Disney+ seems like a perfect fit for Apple TV Channels. It launches on Nov. 12, will cost $6.99 per month and will include a huge library of Disney content. Apple had no comment on whether Disney+ will eventually launch in Channels, or if talks are underway, but said it is well aware that it’s going to be a popular service.

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Peter Stern, vice president of services at Apple Inc., speaks during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Monday, March 25, 2019. The company is unveiling streaming video and news subscriptions, key parts of Apple’s push to transform itself into a leading digital services provider. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-05-13  Authors: todd haselton
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A firm on an island in the Indian Ocean is developing cutting-edge solar tech

One such way is through solar photovoltaic systems, which directly convert light from the sun into electricity. While the potential of solar power is clear, there are undoubted challenges too. On Reunion Island, a French island located in the Indian Ocean, one firm specializes in solar energy forecasting and develops technology to “improve the short-term predictability of solar generation.” In February 2019, for example, the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy chose to use the firm’s forecast


One such way is through solar photovoltaic systems, which directly convert light from the sun into electricity. While the potential of solar power is clear, there are undoubted challenges too. On Reunion Island, a French island located in the Indian Ocean, one firm specializes in solar energy forecasting and develops technology to “improve the short-term predictability of solar generation.” In February 2019, for example, the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy chose to use the firm’s forecast
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A firm on an island in the Indian Ocean is developing cutting-edge solar tech

The Sun has been around for roughly 4.5 billion years and is crucial to life on Earth, providing our planet with an abundance of light and warmth.

As technology has developed, humans have come up with increasingly sophisticated methods of harnessing the Sun’s vast energy.

One such way is through solar photovoltaic systems, which directly convert light from the sun into electricity.

While the potential of solar power is clear, there are undoubted challenges too. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, these “limitations” include the fact that “the amount of sunlight that arrives at the Earth’s surface is not constant.”

The EIA adds that several factors — from location and the time of day to weather — influence the amount of sunlight on the Earth’s surface.

There are ways to overcome such issues, though. On Reunion Island, a French island located in the Indian Ocean, one firm specializes in solar energy forecasting and develops technology to “improve the short-term predictability of solar generation.”

Called Reuniwatt, the business offers a range of services including day-ahead, intra-day and intra-hour solar forecasts.

The firm has worked on experiments in the U.S. alongside the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and its technology is also being used by solar projects around the world.

In February 2019, for example, the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy chose to use the firm’s forecasting services for photovoltaic and concentrated solar power plants.

Caroline Lallemand is a geographic information system engineer at Reuniwatt. “In order to measure, then forecast, solar energy, Reuniwatt uses a multitude of data sources: satellite observations, weather models, ground sensor measurements and sky images,” she told CNBC’s “Sustainable Energy.”

“I design the pipelines to collect, clean, aggregate and share the data with the rest of the team,” she added. “The goal is to make sure that the forecasts that we send to our clients are always the most accurate.”


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-05-10  Authors: anmar frangoul, dan sherwood, the image bank, getty images
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How to force Google to automatically delete the information it saves about what you do online

Google has begun rolling out a feature that allows you to configure how long it can save data from all of the Google services you use, like maps, search and everything you do online. Until now, you had to manually delete this data or turn it off entirely. Deleting it means Google doesn’t always have enough information about you to make recommendations on what it thinks you’ll like, or where you might want to go. Now, you can tell Google to automatically delete personal information after three mo


Google has begun rolling out a feature that allows you to configure how long it can save data from all of the Google services you use, like maps, search and everything you do online. Until now, you had to manually delete this data or turn it off entirely. Deleting it means Google doesn’t always have enough information about you to make recommendations on what it thinks you’ll like, or where you might want to go. Now, you can tell Google to automatically delete personal information after three mo
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How to force Google to automatically delete the information it saves about what you do online

Google has begun rolling out a feature that allows you to configure how long it can save data from all of the Google services you use, like maps, search and everything you do online.

Until now, you had to manually delete this data or turn it off entirely. Deleting it means Google doesn’t always have enough information about you to make recommendations on what it thinks you’ll like, or where you might want to go.

Now, you can tell Google to automatically delete personal information after three months or 18 months. Here’s how you can do that.


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Understanding Chemical-Biological Interaction

What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


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Here’s where the jobs are — in one chart

CNBC studied the net changes by industry for April jobs based on the data from the Labor Department contained in the jobs report released Friday. Health care and social services, including ambulatory outpatient care, hospitals and nursing and resident facilities added 50,000 jobs. The sector added just 4,000 jobs last month versus March’s zero growth and February’s 8,000 gain. “In April, notable jobs gains occurred in professional and business services, construction, health care, and social assi


CNBC studied the net changes by industry for April jobs based on the data from the Labor Department contained in the jobs report released Friday. Health care and social services, including ambulatory outpatient care, hospitals and nursing and resident facilities added 50,000 jobs. The sector added just 4,000 jobs last month versus March’s zero growth and February’s 8,000 gain. “In April, notable jobs gains occurred in professional and business services, construction, health care, and social assi
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Here's where the jobs are — in one chart

Job gains in the services sectors continued to rocket higher in April as hiring remained hot for computer system designers, social workers and health-care professionals. Manufacturing, on the other hand, posted a third straight month of lackluster employment figures.

CNBC studied the net changes by industry for April jobs based on the data from the Labor Department contained in the jobs report released Friday. The government said the U.S. economy added 263,000 jobs last month, more than the 190,000 increase expected by economists polled by Refinitiv.

The business and professional services sector alone added 76,000 jobs, with strong hiring in computer systems design, temporary help services, and building and dwelling services like pest extermination, landscaping and housekeeping. The sector also includes lawyers, accountants and consultants.

The health care and education sector — a consistent employment juggernaut — came in at second place with a gain of 62,000 jobs. Health care and social services, including ambulatory outpatient care, hospitals and nursing and resident facilities added 50,000 jobs.

The manufacturing industry, a priority for President Donald Trump, failed to post a robust rebound in April after an anemic showing in March. The sector added just 4,000 jobs last month versus March’s zero growth and February’s 8,000 gain.

“Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 263,000 in April, compared with an average monthly gain of 213,000 over the prior 12 months,” the Labor Department said in a release. “In April, notable jobs gains occurred in professional and business services, construction, health care, and social assistance.”

Leisure and hospitality had a healthy net job gain of 34,000 thanks to a surge in employment adds in the food service industry. That topped the preliminary March read of 33,000; the leisure employment gains for March were adjusted higher to 37,000 in subsequent releases.

Retail trade employment shed 12,000 jobs following a loss of 15,000 jobs in March.


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Consumer watchdog agency sues two large credit-repair firms, alleging unlawful fees and deceptive practices

The nation’s consumer watchdog agency is suing the owners of two large credit-repair companies, accusing them of taking unlawful fees from consumers and engaging in deceptive and abusive sales tactics. The lawsuit also alleges that deceptive methods were used to get customers to sign up for credit-repair services at both firms. Signage is displayed inside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) headquarters in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, March 4, 2019. The suit says the unnamed fi


The nation’s consumer watchdog agency is suing the owners of two large credit-repair companies, accusing them of taking unlawful fees from consumers and engaging in deceptive and abusive sales tactics. The lawsuit also alleges that deceptive methods were used to get customers to sign up for credit-repair services at both firms. Signage is displayed inside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) headquarters in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, March 4, 2019. The suit says the unnamed fi
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Consumer watchdog agency sues two large credit-repair firms, alleging unlawful fees and deceptive practices

The nation’s consumer watchdog agency is suing the owners of two large credit-repair companies, accusing them of taking unlawful fees from consumers and engaging in deceptive and abusive sales tactics. In a complaint filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Utah, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accused CreditRepair.com and Lexington Law, their owners and various affiliated entities, of violating telemarking laws by collecting fees from consumers before they were legally permitted to do so. The lawsuit also alleges that deceptive methods were used to get customers to sign up for credit-repair services at both firms. In its complaint, the bureau said it is seeking to stop the upfront fees, end deceptive representations used through marketing the services and obtain relief for harmed consumers.

Signage is displayed inside the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) headquarters in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, March 4, 2019. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images

Under federal law, companies can charge fees for credit-repair services only once the promised results have been achieved and proven with a credit report six months later. The lawsuit says that at the time of enrollment with Lexington Law or CreditRepair.com, consumers are charged a fee for a copy of their credit report and told that the fee — which has ranged from $9.99 to $14.99 since July 2011 — is required to begin the credit-repair process. Ongoing monthly fees range from $79.95 to $129.95. The complaint also says that Lexington Law and CreditRepair.com relied on a shared network of marketing affiliates that used deceptive tactics to get consumers to enroll.

For example, the CFPB said, from at least 2012 through 2017, a partner identified as “HSP1” offered consumers low-interest mortgages, access to rent-to-own housing or other products and services, none of which it actually could do. The suit says the unnamed firm was simply an affiliated call center with the purpose of transferring potential clients to Lexington Law. More than 100,000 consumers signed up for Lexington Law’s credit-repair services through that unnamed firm’s efforts, the complaint says. The lawsuit claims the defendants either knew about the misrepresentations or had “reckless indifference” to them or an awareness of the high probability of their existence. More from Personal Finance:

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Tread carefully when lending money to family and friends “Despite this knowledge, the … defendants continued to sign up consumers through the affiliate or participated in the affiliate’s deceptive conduct,” the complaint states. The two firms plan to fight the accusations. “We find ourselves a bit perplexed,” said Eric Kamerath, a spokesman for the companies. “In a system that already is weighted heavily against the consumer in favor of opportunistic and opaque processes, why would the [bureau] choose to prevent consumers from getting professional help?”

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Understanding Chemical-Biological Interaction

What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


What is a new in 2017? PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors. We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:
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What is a new in 2017?

PASS Refined comprises biological activities that are the most important for medicinal chemists, pharmacologists and doctors.

We are working on the integration of our predictive services, to allow you either select the set of activities of interest or to get prediction of all activities/properties in one click. One will be able to choose:


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Gaming company Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau on the future of subscription services

Gaming company Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau on the future of subscription services12:06 PM ET Thu, 2 May 2019Frank Gibeau, CEO of the mobile and online gaming service Zynga, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the gaming company’s quarterly earnings.


Gaming company Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau on the future of subscription services12:06 PM ET Thu, 2 May 2019Frank Gibeau, CEO of the mobile and online gaming service Zynga, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the gaming company’s quarterly earnings.
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Gaming company Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau on the future of subscription services

Gaming company Zynga CEO Frank Gibeau on the future of subscription services

12:06 PM ET Thu, 2 May 2019

Frank Gibeau, CEO of the mobile and online gaming service Zynga, joins “Squawk Alley” to discuss the gaming company’s quarterly earnings.


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