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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have set death crosses within the last week. A Death Cross is when a stock's 50 day moving average crosses below the 200 day moving average. This list is generated daily, ranked based on market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • New IBM mainframe can process 1 trillion web transactions a day
    Yahoo Finance

    New IBM mainframe can process 1 trillion web transactions a day

    IBM is out with its newest mainframe - z15. Yahoo Finance sat down with Tom Rosamilia, the Senior Vice President of IBM Systems and Chairman of IBM North America to hear how it'll change the industry.

  • Federal grand jury indicts woman in Capital One case
    Associated Press

    Federal grand jury indicts woman in Capital One case

    A former Amazon software engineer arrested last month on charges she hacked into Capital One bank and more than 30 different companies has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges she not only broke into the company's computer system, but also stole computing power for her own benefit. Paige Thompson faces wire fraud and computer fraud and abuse charges in the indictment announced Wednesday. Between March and July of this year, Thompson created scanning software that allowed her to identify customers of a cloud computing company that had misconfigured their firewalls, allowing someone to access their servers, according to the indictment.

  • Federal grand jury indicts Paige Thompson on two counts related to the Capital One data breach
    TechCrunch

    Federal grand jury indicts Paige Thompson on two counts related to the Capital One data breach

    The Department of Justice said today that a federal grand jury has indicted software engineer Paige Thompson on two counts related to the Capital One data breach that affected more than 100 million customers. Thompson will be arraigned in U.S. District Court in Seattle on September 5. Thompson allegedly created software that allowed her to see which customers of a cloud computing company (the indictment does not name the company, but it has been identified as Amazon Web Services) had misconfigured their firewalls and accessed data from Capital One and more than other 30 companies.

  • Trump urges U.S. court to shield Deutsche Bank records from House Democrats
    Reuters

    Trump urges U.S. court to shield Deutsche Bank records from House Democrats

    Lawyers for U.S. President Donald Trump asked a federal appeals court on Friday to block Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp from handing the financial records of the president's family and the Trump Organization to Democratic lawmakers. The case, before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan, is one of several legal battles between the Democrats, who took control of the U.S. House of Representatives in January, and the Republican president, who is seeking re-election in November 2020. In subpoenas issued in April, Democratic lawmakers asked the banks for records related to Trump, his adult children and the Trump Organization.

  • The Latest: Woman in Capital One case to stay in custody
    Associated Press

    The Latest: Woman in Capital One case to stay in custody

    A U.S. judge says a woman accused of hacking Capital One and at least 30 other organizations is a flight risk and a threat and must stay in custody. At a hearing Friday in Seattle, U.S. Magistrate Judge Michelle Peterson said the "bizarre and erratic" behavior of Paige Thompson makes her a threat to herself and others. The 33-year-old Thompson is charged with accessing personal information earlier this year on 106 million Capital One credit card holders.

  • Judge orders woman in Capital One case to remain in custody
    Associated Press

    Judge orders woman in Capital One case to remain in custody

    A U.S. judge on Friday ordered a woman accused of hacking Capital One and at least 30 other organizations to remain in custody pending trial because she is a flight risk and poses a physical danger to herself and others. At a hearing in Seattle, U.S. Magistrate Judge Michelle Peterson said Paige Thompson's "bizarre and erratic" behavior makes her a risk. The judge also said Thompson has no stable employment, residence or ties to the community and has stated that she wanted to die.

  • Suspect in huge Capital One breach seeks release from jail
    Associated Press

    Suspect in huge Capital One breach seeks release from jail

    Lawyers for a transgender woman charged in a massive data breach at Capital One asked a judge Tuesday to release her from federal custody, saying that for her to remain jailed with men is a serious threat to her mental health. Paige Thompson, a talented computer programmer from Seattle who goes by the online handle "erratic," was arrested last month after the FBI said she obtained personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications. A hearing is scheduled for Friday before Magistrate Judge Michelle Peterson on whether Thompson will remain at the Federal Detention Center in SeaTac pending trial.

  • Feds: Capital One suspect may have hacked 30-plus companies
    Associated Press

    Feds: Capital One suspect may have hacked 30-plus companies

    Federal prosecutors say a woman charged in a massive data breach at Capital One may have hacked more than 30 other organizations. Paige Thompson, of Seattle, was arrested last month after the FBI said she obtained personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications. In a memorandum filed ahead of a detention hearing, rescheduled from Thursday to Aug. 22, the U.S. Attorney's Office in Seattle said servers found in Thompson's bedroom contained data stolen from more than 30 unnamed companies, educational institutions and other entities.

  • Motley Fool

    Is the Capital One Data Breach a Game-Changer for Investors?

    Let’s take a step back and put it into perspective.

  • Motley Fool

    Green Dot CEO Steve Streit and 2 Big Financial Headlines

    Here’s an interview with the head of one of our favorite fintechs and the other financial-sector news you need to know.

  • Keith Rabois, BoxGroup back New York-based Brex competitor
    TechCrunch

    Keith Rabois, BoxGroup back New York-based Brex competitor

    Considering its unparalleled success, it was only a matter of time before a Brex copycat emerged. Ramp Financial, a new startup led by Capital One-acquiredParibus founders Eric Glyman and Karim Atiyeh (pictured), has raised $7 million, TechCrunch has learned. The capital came from Keith Rabois of Founders Fund, BoxGroup's Adam Rothenberg and Coatue Management, a hedge fund that recently launched a $700 million early-stage investment vehicle.

  • Why the Capital One Hack Is Becoming Amazon’s Headache
    Market Realist

    Why the Capital One Hack Is Becoming Amazon’s Headache

    Capital One (COF) disclosed that it suffered a major data breach, with the hack exposing the personal data of 106 million customers in the US and Canada.

  • Amazon Cloud’s Rise Has Drawn the Fed’s Attention
    Market Realist

    Amazon Cloud’s Rise Has Drawn the Fed’s Attention

    Some of the top US financial services companies host their data on Amazon’s cloud. Amazon's rise in the financial sector has caught the Fed's attention.

  • Motley Fool

    The Sears Bankruptcy Headwind Is Fading for Seritage Growth Properties

    Most of the damage from Sears and Kmart store closures is already baked into Seritage's results -- and the retail REIT has lots of new tenants set to begin paying rent over the next year or two.

  • The evolving artist-Spotify relationship 'mirrors the society of our times'
    Yahoo Finance

    The evolving artist-Spotify relationship 'mirrors the society of our times'

    Spotify and other streaming mainstays continue to dominate the industry, but artists are struggling to gain in the changing music landscape.

  • ID theft stings, but it's hard to pin on specific data hacks
    Associated Press

    ID theft stings, but it's hard to pin on specific data hacks

    Data breaches through hacking attacks are distressingly common these days, and personal details about you can lead to identity theft, such as credit cards and loans in your name. "That's why fraud can be emotionally challenging," said Kyle Marchini, a specialist in fraud management at the financial research group Javelin. Last year's figures include data on about 383 million Marriott guests in a breach that investigators suspect was tied to the Chinese government.

  • Associated Press

    Seritage Growth Properties: 2Q Earnings Snapshot

    NEW YORK (AP) _ Seritage Growth Properties (SRG) on Thursday reported a loss in funds from operations in its second quarter, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The real estate investment trust, based in New York, said it had a funds from operations loss of $6.1 million, or 11 cents per share, in the period. Funds from operations is a closely watched measure in the REIT industry.

  • U.S. banking regulators examined Amazon's cloud in April: WSJ
    Reuters

    U.S. banking regulators examined Amazon's cloud in April: WSJ

    The visit by Federal Reserve examiners was made around the same time as, prosecutors alleged, a woman in Seattle was trying to access a Capital One Financial Corp database stored on Amazon's cloud server, the Journal reported https://on.wsj.com/334v73h. The authorities examined Amazon's resiliency and backup systems and described their visit as the first in their ongoing oversight of the company, the report added. Several U.S. lawmakers had previously called for oversight of big tech companies such as Amazon, expressing a growing concern about the size of the largest tech firms and their market power.

  • After the Capital One breach, do you know who's in your cloud?
    TechCrunch

    After the Capital One breach, do you know who's in your cloud?

    Chris Vickery ContributorShare on TwitterChris Vickery is Director of Cyber Risk Research at UpGuard

  • Congress wants Capital One, Amazon to explain data breach
    Associated Press

    Congress wants Capital One, Amazon to explain data breach

    Leaders of House and Senate committees want Capital One and Amazon to explain to Congress how a hacker accessed personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit card customers and applicants. The incident was the latest massive data breach at a large company. Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, the top Republican on the House Oversight and Reform Committee, asked for a staff-level briefing by Aug 15 on the breach that was reported late Monday.

  • 'Erratic' online handle apt for Capital One hack suspect
    Associated Press

    'Erratic' online handle apt for Capital One hack suspect

    The 33-year-old former Amazon software engineer accused of hacking Capital One made little attempt to hide her attack. FBI agents arrested Thompson Monday for allegedly obtaining personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications, including roughly 140,000 Social Security numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers.

  • The Latest: Alleged Capital One hacker accused of threats
    Associated Press

    The Latest: Alleged Capital One hacker accused of threats

    Federal authorities say a former Amazon software engineer accused of a massive hack of Capital One data recently threatened to "shoot up" a California social media company. Paige Thompson was arrested Monday in Seattle. The FBI said she obtained personal information from more than 100 million Capital One credit applications.