Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc. Declares Quarterly Dividend of $0.10 (SMBC)

The company has market cap of $2.23 billion. The Firm is the holding firm of the Great Western Bank. It has a 17.78 P/E ratio. As of September 30, 2016, the Company served customers through 173 branches in various markets in Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

Facebook announces new updates to reduce clickbait

Facebook announces new updates to reduce clickbait

Facebook rolled out changes to their News Feed created to further reduce clickbait on the platform. Last year Facebook pushed an update to their News Feed to reduce stories from sources which consistently post clickbait headlines which withhold and exaggerate information.

No substantial impact of WannaCry cyber attack on Indian IT system

That's what the lawmakers and federal officials should be focusing on - not on trying to discourage consumers from using encryption on their smartphones, or on building stockpiles of malware based on vulnerabilities they alone have found. Therein lies the uncomfortable irony for Microsoft. Microsoft released a patch for all of its operating systems, including those no longer supported, to fix the EternalBlue flaw.

Talks on airplane laptop ban end with no ban, more talks

The meeting was requested by European Union officials after recent reports suggested U.S. authorities had new information regarding laptop parts being turned into explosives. Details of intelligence or how bombs could be concealed in devices weren't revealed in the briefing with reporters. The White House has defended Trump's decision to share classified information involving an Islamic State group terror threat related to the use of laptops on aircraft with the Russian foreign minister and ...

Champions Chelsea target Premier League wins record

He added: "Last season was a bad season for the club, the players and the fans (as we finished 10th)". There had been increasing talk that Conte would up sticks and head to Inter Milan - who are willing to make him the joint-highest paid boss in football, at an eye-watering £20million-a-year.

European Union fines Facebook over misleading information

European Union fines Facebook over misleading information

She described the fine - for hiding the company's hypothetical ability to match up users' activity on with their behavior elsewhere on line - as "proportionate". The statement goes on to say: "The Commission considers that Facebook staff were aware of the user matching possibility and that Facebook was aware of the relevance of user matching for the Commission's assessment, and of its obligations under the Merger Regulation".