Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet almost didn’t to star in ‘Titanic’

CNN — James Cameron is sharing some surprising details from the making of his blockbuster hit “Titanic,” which celebrates 25 years of being released next month. In a new video interview with GQ, the iconic director revealed that he almost didn’t end up casting Leonardo DiCaprio or Kate Winslet – his two romantic leads whose … Read more

ISDA Launches Digital Regulatory Reporting 1.0

The International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. (ISDA) has launched the full open-source version of the Digital Regulatory Reporting (DRR) model and opened access to ISDA members and non-members to support compliance with the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s ( CFTC) amended swap data reporting rules. The CFTC is the first regulator to amend its … Read more

‘Dancing With the Stars’ season 31: Charli D’Amelio, Mark Ballas are Mirror Ball champions

TikTok star Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas are season 31 Mirror Ball trophy champions. The duo was announced as the winners of the 31st season of “Dancing With the Stars,” beating fellow celebrities Shangela, Wayne Brady and Gabby Windey, who were paired with pro partners Gleb Savchenko, Witney Carson and Val Chmerkovskiy, respectively. On “Good … Read more

European markets open to close, stocks, data and earnings news

Stocks on the move: BP up 5%, Allfunds down 9% UK wealth tech company All Funds Group saw its shares fall 9% to the bottom of the Stoxx 600 in early trade. At the top of the index, bp shares added 5% to lead a broad advance for the oil and gas sector. – Eliot … Read more

COVID-19 Insurance Coverage Lawsuit in California Courts

Monday, November 21, 2022 One of the threshold issues in COVID-19 insurance coverage cases that have been brought across the country is whether the policyholder’s allegations meet the applicable pleading standard in alleging that the virus caused physical loss or damage. In many cases, the courts have gotten it wrong, effectively holding policyholders to a … Read more

Space Rock Strike on Webb Telescope Was Just Bad Luck, NASA Team Says

In late May, the Webb Space Telescope’s tranquil commissioning process was interrupted by an uncommonly large micrometeoroid strike on one of the $10 billion observatory’s mirrors. Now, a NASA-led analysis of the event indicates the impact was a statistical anomaly and the telescope will be less susceptible to space rock damage in the futuree. Micrometeoroids … Read more