Dish Network surges, Boyd Gaming on the rise, Sonos soars

Let’s check out the Yahoo Finance charts of the day.

Dish Network (DISH): Shares are up in early trade, at around 8.1%. The satellite/payTV operator reported better than expected  second-quarter earnings and revenue. The company exited the quarter with over 10 million DisH TV Subscribers and a little over 2 million Sling TV subscribers.

Boyd Gaming (BYD): Shares up here at 1.1%. The gaming and hospitality company announced that they have entered into a partnership with FanDuel group to pursue sports betting and online gaming opportunities across the United States. The partnership beings together two of the largest and most geographically diversified company in the gaming entertainment industry

Sonos (SONO): Shares up here at around 15.0%. The wireless speaker maker went public yesterday with a 33 percent jump over its IPO price.

For more on today’s big stock movers check out the Final Round, live at 3:55 p.m. ET, right here on Yahoo Finance.

  • Investigators likely to discover what happened to Khashoggi body 'before long' - Turkish official
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    Investigators likely to discover what happened to Khashoggi body 'before long' - Turkish official

    Turkish investigators are likely to find out what happened to the body of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi "before long", a senior Turkish official said on Saturday. The official, who declined to be identified, also told Reuters that Khashoggi's DNA samples were being obtained from Turkey

  • Dutch PM Rutte calls for further investigation into Khashoggi's death
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    Dutch PM Rutte calls for further investigation into Khashoggi's death

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Saturday that further investigations are needed after Saudi Arabia's acknowledgment that journalist Jamal Khashoggi had died inside its Istanbul consulate.[nL2N1WZ1X9]

  • Trump a reluctant critic of Saudi Arabia despite pressure to act
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    Trump a reluctant critic of Saudi Arabia despite pressure to act

    Six days after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared, U.S. President Donald Trump tried to play down the crisis, saying "hopefully that will sort itself out". It did not, and on Oct. 10, amid a growing outcry, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and national security adviser John Bolton

  • Amnesty urges U.N. investigation, independent autopsy in Khashoggi death
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    Amnesty urges U.N. investigation, independent autopsy in Khashoggi death

    Amnesty International said on Saturday that Saudi Arabia's explanation of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul appeared to be a whitewash of "an appalling assassination". "The investigation findings by the Saudi authorities claiming that Khashoggi

  • UAE voices support for Saudi king statement on journalist's death: WAM
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    UAE voices support for Saudi king statement on journalist's death: WAM

    DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates on Saturday backed Saudi Arabia's statement about the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the official news agency WAM said.

  • Britain considering "next steps" after Saudi Arabia admits journalist's death
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    Britain considering "next steps" after Saudi Arabia admits journalist's death

    Britain said on Saturday it was considering the "next steps" after Saudi Arabia acknowledged for the first time that the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed at its consulate in Turkey. "We send our condolences to Jamal Khashoggi's family after this confirmation of his death

  • Egypt commends 'decisive' and 'brave' actions by Saudi King over Khashoggi case
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    Egypt commends 'decisive' and 'brave' actions by Saudi King over Khashoggi case

    Egypt on Saturday praised what it called the "decisive" and "brave" actions taken by Saudi King Salman in the investigation into the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. "Egypt sees that the brave and decisive decisions and actions taken by the Saudi King over this matter

  • Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died in consulate, Western reaction cautious
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    Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died in consulate, Western reaction cautious

    WASHINGTON/ANKARA (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in a fight inside its Istanbul consulate, its first admission of his death after two weeks of denials that have shaken Western relations with the kingdom. Riyadh provided no evidence to support

  • Icelandair jet in Canada emergency landing as window 'shattered'
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    Icelandair jet in Canada emergency landing as window 'shattered'

    An Icelandair flight made an emergency landing in Canada after a cockpit window shattered during flight, a passenger said on Twitter. On its website, the airline said only that Flight 688 was diverted to Bagotville, Quebec "due to a technical issue." A passenger, Harrison Hove, tweeted that

  • Afghan voters brave attacks, delays on election day
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    Afghan voters brave attacks, delays on election day

    A suicide bomber blew himself up in the Afghan capital on Saturday, killing at least 15 people as voting concluded in parliamentary elections overshadowed by the threat of violence and long delays at polling stations. Voting should have been concluded by the time the suicide bomber struck a polling

  • Nearly 170 casualties as violence rocks chaotic Afghan elections
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    Nearly 170 casualties as violence rocks chaotic Afghan elections

    Nearly 170 Afghans were killed or wounded in poll-related violence on Saturday, officials said, as the legislative election turned chaotic with many polling centres opening hours late -- or not at all -- due to technical glitches and lack of staff. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for

  • On Twitter, Rafizi claims unofficial win over Azmin in Melaka, Negri
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    On Twitter, Rafizi claims unofficial win over Azmin in Melaka, Negri

    KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 20 — Rafizi Ramli today claimed victories in Melaka and Negri Sembilan over rival Datuk Seri Azmin Ali in the race for the PKR deputy presidency. In a tweet, the former Pandan MP...

  • US, China back military air rules to avoid mishaps
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    US, China back military air rules to avoid mishaps

    The United States, China and several other countries on Saturday agreed in principle to guidelines on preventing unplanned warplane encounters, the latest effort to avoid military confrontations in Asia. Risks of chance encounters between military aircraft spiralling out of control have risen in recent

  • Trump Makes No Mention Of Khashoggi Murder During Arizona Rally
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    Trump Makes No Mention Of Khashoggi Murder During Arizona Rally

    President Donald Trump discussed many of his usual talking points ― his prized

  • Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote
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    Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote

    LONDON/BELFAST (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the European Union marched through London on Saturday in the biggest demonstration so far to demand that the British government holds a public vote on the terms of Brexit. The protesters waved the blue and gold flag of the EU and held

  • Defense Department Password Is Cracked in 9 Seconds. So How Safe Are US Weapons?
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    Defense Department Password Is Cracked in 9 Seconds. So How Safe Are US Weapons?

    The weapons systems being developed by the U.S. Department of Defense are vulnerable to cyberattacks, meaning some evildoer with hacking skills could potentially take control of such weapons without being noticed, according to a new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), released

  • Why Haven't We Found Aliens? Because We're Just Not Looking Hard Enough.
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    Why Haven't We Found Aliens? Because We're Just Not Looking Hard Enough.

    Editor's Note: This story was corrected at 5:20 p.m. E.D.T. In reality, programs like the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) have encountered no noticeable transmissions from another species. "It is often said that we have been looking for 40 years or so, but we still haven'

  • Can Burger King's 'Nightmare King' Really Give You Bad Dreams?
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    Can Burger King's 'Nightmare King' Really Give You Bad Dreams?

    A new, limited-time-only burger at Burger King has a peculiar selling point: It's supposed to give you nightmares. Yes, Burger King's Halloween-themed "Nightmare King" burger is allegedly "clinically proven" to induce nightmares, according to a press release from the company

  • Baby Names Show Enormous Gender Gap
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    Baby Names Show Enormous Gender Gap

    Overwhelmingly, boys get names associated with power, strength and rage, like "Savage" or "Dash." Girls get names associated with joy and beauty, like "Lilac" and "Jubilee." The findings come from a new analysis of newly emerging names by Laura Wattenberg, who

  • Next summit for Trump, North Korea's Kim likely after first of year - senior U.S. official
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    Next summit for Trump, North Korea's Kim likely after first of year - senior U.S. official

    The next summit meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is likely to happen early next year, a senior administration official said on Friday. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday he hopes to meet his North Korean counterpart soon to lay the groundwork

  • An Unknown 'Disease X' Could Become an Epidemic. Can We Find It Before It's Too Late?
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    An Unknown 'Disease X' Could Become an Epidemic. Can We Find It Before It's Too Late?

    BERLIN — Earlier this year, the World Health Organization listed "Disease X" among the diseases most in need of research and development. Experts at the World Health Summit in Berlin this week warned that we're not prepared to find such a disease at its likely animal source, or spot it

  • What Made Leonardo da Vinci Such a Great Artist? 'Crossed Eyes' May Have Helped
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    What Made Leonardo da Vinci Such a Great Artist? 'Crossed Eyes' May Have Helped

    Leonardo da Vinci may have literally seen the world differently. The famed Renaissance artist may have had an eye condition that helped him better-depict the 3D world on a flat surface when drawing and painting, a new report suggests. The report, which analyzed six works of art that are likely portraits

  • A Parasite Spread by Cat Poop Is Infecting (and Probably Killing) Whales in Canada
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    A Parasite Spread by Cat Poop Is Infecting (and Probably Killing) Whales in Canada

    It's a lot for a cetacean to worry about, and now, according to recent research, whales can add "cat poop" to their list of concerns. In the new study, published online Sept. 27 in the journal Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, a team of marine researchers from Canada tested the brain and

  • Pompeii Graffiti May Rewrite Time Line of Vesuvius Eruption
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    Pompeii Graffiti May Rewrite Time Line of Vesuvius Eruption

    Graffiti scribbled on the wall of a Pompeii house that was being renovated in A.D. 79 may help solve a long-standing mystery about when Mount Vesuvius erupted that year, burying the Roman settlement in ash. There is little doubt among archaeologists and historians that Vesuvius erupted and destroyed

  • Mystery of Mercury Levels in Arctic Animals Gets Solved
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    Mystery of Mercury Levels in Arctic Animals Gets Solved

    In the Canadian Arctic, a mystery has troubled scientists and local communities for decades: Why do marine animals in the western Arctic have higher mercury levels than those in the east? The trend is seen throughout the food web, from the tiny zooplankton that drift along ocean currents to large mammals