first_img Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Next: at Detroit9. Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1) ▼ 2 The Cardinals may own the Seahawks in Seattle, but the Seahawks still own the division. — MorganNext: at San Francisco10. Miami Dolphins (10-5) ▲ 1They’re in, but they won’t last long. — BurnsNext: vs. New England11. Detroit Lions (9-6) ▼ 2It would be so Detroit to lose three straight and miss the playoffs. — MorganNext: vs. Green Bay12. Washington Redskins (8-6-1) ▲ 5May very well miss the playoffs because of a tie in London. — LapinskiNext: vs. NY GiantsT13. Baltimore Ravens (9-6) ▲ 1Tough year in Baltimore sports. Orioles and Ravens had heartbreaking endings. — MorganNext: at CincinnatiT13. Houston Texans (9-6) ▲ 3Has there ever been a more exciting playoff team? Oh wait — all of them, ever. — LapinskiNext: at Tennessee15. Denver Broncos (8-7) ▼ 2What a mess a year after winning it all. — MarottaNext: vs. Oakland16. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-7) ▼ 4A good rookie year for Dirk Koetter, but they couldn’t finish. — BurnsNext: vs. Carolina17. Tennessee Titans (8-7) ▼ 2Lost the game, the division and their franchise quarterback. Awful. Just awful. — Grialou Next: vs. Houston18. New Orleans Saints (7-8) ▲ 4Drew Brees leads the NFL in completions, passing yards and touchdowns. — MorganNext: at Atlanta19. Indianapolis Colts (7-8) ▼ 1Is Chuck Pagano in trouble? — BurnsNext: vs. JacksonvilleT20. Minnesota Vikings (7-8) ▼ 1 Well, that was a not-so-tidy clean up to a messy story. — MorganNext: vs. ChicagoT20. Buffalo Bills (7-8) —Nothing like having only 10 players on the field with your season on the line. — LapinskiNext: at NY Jets22. Arizona Cardinals (6-8-1) ▲ 1Special teams made three big plays and they won on the road. *Checks sky for meteor hurtling toward Earth. — MarottaNext: at Los Angeles23. Philadelphia Eagles (6-9) ▲ 2Like Cards, Saints and Jags, they played hard when they didn’t have to. — BurnsNext: vs. Dallas24. Carolina Panthers (6-9) ▼ 3Newton has been under 50% completions in five of last six games. That doesn’t happen anymore. — MarottaNext: at Tampa Bay25. Cincinnati Bengals (5-9-1) ▼ 1 Putting Bengals-Texans on Christmas was good incentive to spend time with the family. — MorganNext: vs. Baltimore26. San Diego Chargers (5-10) — Lost to the Browns. Seriously. — BurnsNext: vs. Kansas CityT27. New York Jets (4-11) —Perhaps Todd Bowles should have stayed in the hospital and not made the trip to New England? — GrialouNext: vs. BuffaloT27. Chicago Bears (3-12) ▲ 1Matt Barkley, very generous in this season of giving; eight picks in the last two weeks. — MarottaNext: at Minnesota29. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-12) ▲ 1Only took Blake Bortles until Week 16 to play a good game. — GrialouNext: at Indianapolis30. Los Angeles Rams (4-11) ▼ 10-2 vs. the 49ers. Not sure St. Louis would even take them back at this point. — LapinskiNext: vs. Arizona31. San Francisco 49ers (2-13) —Had the number-one pick for about three hours. — BurnsNext: vs. Seattle32. Cleveland Browns (1-14) —Congrats! (?) — BurnsNext: at Pittsburgh Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   Sixteen weeks down, one to go.The New England Patriots and Dallas Cowboys remain the clear picks atop the league among our panelists heading into a Week 17 where only two playoff spots are on the line. The NFC North will be determined in Sunday night’s primetime clash between the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions at Ford Field. And, the second Wild Card spot will go to either the loser of the Packers-Lions game, the Washington Redskins or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It’s our final NFL Power Rankings of the 2016 season.Here’s how our 5-person panel voted this weekHere’s each panelist’s individual ballot1. New England Patriots (13-2) —The team to beat as far as I’m concerned. — BurnsNext: at Miami2. Dallas Cowboys (13-2) — There isn’t much more for the Cowboys to prove. Let the playoffs begin. — MorganNext: at Philadelphia3. Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) ▲ 2Dontari Poe is gonna get fat free agent QB money thrown his way! — MarottaNext: at San DiegoT4. Oakland Raiders (12-3) — It’s been a great year, but Matt McGloin’s not winning anyone a Super Bowl. — LapinskiNext: at DenverT4. Pittsburgh Steelers (10-5) ▲ 2Antonio Brown’s new workout video “Stretching for the Playoffs” will be released soon. — GrialouNext: vs. Cleveland6. Atlanta Falcons (10-5) ▲ 2Offense playing at a historic level. — BurnsNext: vs. New Orleans7. New York Giants (10-5) ▼ 4Great throwback uniforms…horrible performance vs. Philly. — MarottaNext: at Washington8. Green Bay Packers (9-6) ▲ 2So basically, when Aaron Rodgers gets angry, he never loses again. — Lapinskilast_img read more

first_img by Qingdao Haier By Ultimate Software HealthFormer GE CEO Jeff Immelt: To Combat Costs, CEOs Should Run Health Care Like a BusinessHealthFor Edie Falco, an ‘Attitude of Gratitude’ After Surviving Breast CancerLeadershipGhosn Back, Tesla Drop, Boeing Report: CEO Daily for April 4, 2019AutosElon Musk’s Plan to Boost Tesla Sales Is Dealt a SetbackMPWJoe Biden, Netflix Pregnancy Lawsuit, Lesley McSpadden: Broadsheet April 4 Sponsored Content The case highlights how the world’s biggest online retail platform — designed to be automated with minimal human input — can be misused and how difficult it is for Amazon to find perpetrators.Lawyers for Amazon asked a London judge to approve searches of account statements at Barclays and Prepay, which “have become innocently mixed up in the wrongdoing,” it said.An Amazon spokesman didn’t have an immediate comment. Representatives for Barclays and Prepay didn’t immediately return emails seeking comment.Amazon needed the documents “to investigate the fraud, identify and pursue the wrongdoers, locate the whereabouts of misappropriated funds, bring the fraud to an end and deter future wrongdoing,” the company’s lawyers said in the court filing.The filing doesn’t say how the suspected wrongdoers were able to add details of additional banks to the merchant accounts.The Amazon units named in the filing include Amazon Capital Services U.K. Ltd., which makes loans available to sellers for up to one year. The first fraudulent transfer occurred on May 16, according to the filing.Amazon said Tuesday that it issued more than $1 billion in loans to merchants in 2018. It’s unclear how much the hackers stole.More must-read stories from Fortune:—Trump used the same tax breaks as Amazon bring down his own IRS bill—Warren Buffett Is Making an Unusual Bet on Amazon—Finally—Why rideshare drivers are going on strike—The 9 biggest IPOs of all time—The uncomfortable truth about going public with a money-losing businessFollow us on Flipboard to stay up-to-date on the latest news and analysisYou May Like Around 100 Amazon merchants were victim to a six-month hack in 2018. Picture Alliance via Getty Inc. was hit by an “extensive” fraud, revealing that unidentified hackers were able to siphon funds from merchant accounts over six months last year.Amazon believes it was the victim of a “serious” online attack by hackers who broke into about 100 seller accounts and funneled cash from loans or sales into their own bank accounts, according to a U.K. legal document. The hack took place between May and October 2018, Amazon’s lawyers said in a redacted filing from November that can now be made public.Amazon said it was still investigating the compromised accounts and believed that hackers managed to change details of accounts on the Seller Central platform to their own at Barclays Plc and Prepay Technologies Ltd., which is partly owned by Mastercard Inc., according to the filing. Haier Smart Home Has the Solutions A Work Culture Built for All Generations Sponsored Contentlast_img read more