EA’s comment on a Reddit thread about ‘Star Wars: Battlefront 2’ set a Guinness World Record for the most downvoted comment of all time (EA)

Reddit users have discovered that the platform’s record for the most-downvoted comment will appear in the 2020 Guinness Book of World Records. The most-downvoted comment belongs to Electronic Arts, who racked up a score of -667,000 responding to a thread about its 2017 game, “Star Wars: Battlefront 2.” “Star Wars: Battlefront 2” was embroiled in controversy for featuring “loot boxes” that got users to pay for access to key characters like Princess Leia and Darth Vader. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. There’s a new king on Reddit for the most-downvoted comment on the platform, and we have the intense fandom behind Star Wars to thank. A comment left… Read More

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Multiple Dolphins players reportedly requested to be traded after embarrassing 59-10 loss because the team is tanking

Multiple Miami Dolphins players have reportedly requested a trade after the team’s dismal 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.The players are hoping to leave the Dolphins as the franchise look more and more committed to tanking through 2019 in an effort to rebuild through the 2020 NFL Draft.Head coach Brian Flores has denied that the team is hoping to tank, but much of the decision is out of his hands.:… …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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A money manager at Morgan Stanley’s $470 billion investing arm explains why the US is due for one last stock boom before the next recession

Morgan Stanley managing director Andrew Slimmon views the recent outflow from stocks and President Trump’s reelection bid as an opportunity for investors to ride another market boom before recession hits. Recent quarterly earnings figures established a low bar for year-over-year profit growth, and should help companies beat expectations in coming quarters, Slimmon said. The Treasury yield curve “would’ve inverted a while ago” if an economic recession was set to hit in 2019, the director added. Yield-curve inversions historically arrive several months before an economic downturn begins. Visit the Markets Insider homepage for more stories. Just as a shoreline recedes before a tidal wave, Morgan Stanley managing director Andrew Slimmon sees… Read More

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