The stock market rally hit new highs Thursday on big techs like Apple, AMD and Intel, but an increasingly extended Nasdaq raises risks.
On BNNY, the guys discuss why the Mets lost out to the Blue Jays on the George Springer sweepstakes. SNY MLB Insider Andy Martino breaks down why extending shortstop Francisco Lindor and Michael Conforto is at the top of the list which is why their pursuit of Springer slowed down. Dan Graca points out that pitchers Marcus Stroman and Noah Syndergaard will be free agents next season and the Mets want some financial flexibility if they want to keep them or pursue another arm.
Google said on Friday it will disable its search function in Australia if the government proceeds with a media code that would force it and Facebook Inc to pay local media companies for sharing their content. Australia is on course to pass laws that would make the Big Tech giants negotiate payments with local publishers and broadcasters for content. "The code's arbitration model with bias criteria presents unmanageable financial and operational risk for Google," Mel Silva, managing director for Australia and New Zealand, told a senate committee.