Tom Arnold
Tom Arnold
Thomas Dwaine "Tom" Arnold is an American actor and comedian. He has appeared in many films, perhaps most notably True Lies (1994). He was the host of The Best Damn Sports Show Period for four years.
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Bad loans, other costs hobble Q4 earnings for Saudi banks
Yahoo News - about 1 month
* Alawwal Bank Q4 loss 249.3 mln riyals vs 451.3 mln profit yr-ago * Saudi British Bank posts 35 pct profit drop * Profits also down for Banque Saudi Fransi, Samba Financial Group (Adds detail, context) By Tom Arnold DUBAI, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Rising bad loans dragged down the fourth-quarter results of several Saudi Arabian banks on Thursday, underlining the tougher conditions lenders in the Arab World's largest economy face after lower oil revenues curbed spending and business activity. Alawwal Bank, Saudi Arabia's oldest lender, swung to a net loss of 249.3 million riyals ($66. ...
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Saudi body rules on insider trading in Mobily shares
Yahoo News - about 2 months
By Tom Arnold DUBAI (Reuters) - A special Saudi Arabia committee has found a number of individuals guilty of providing insider information and insider trading in shares of telecoms operator Mobily , leaving them facing potential jail terms of between one and two years, the kingdom's Capital Market Authority (CMA) said on Thursday. The findings of Saudi Arabia's Committee for the Resolution of Securities Disputes (CRSD) are not final and the accused have 30 days to lodge an appeal, the CMA said. The action follows an investigation launched by the CMA in November 2014 after Mobily, part-owned by Abu Dhabi-based Etisalat and formally known as Etihad Etisalat, was forced to restate 27 months of earnings because of accounting errors.
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Abu Dhabi bourse to introduce short-selling in first quarter 2017 -CEO
Yahoo News - 2 months
By Tom Arnold DUBAI, Dec 26 (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi's stock market plans to introduce covered short-selling in the first quarter of 2017, its chief executive said on Monday, as it seeks to boost liquidity and attract more foreign investors. In covered short-selling, investors borrow shares and sell them in the expectation of repurchasing them later at a lower price. Regulators in the Gulf have until now shied away from allowing the practice because of concern that it could destabilise markets, though some countries including Saudi Arabia and Qatar have said they plan to introduce it. ...
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Tom Arnold claims he has tapes of Donald Trump's 'racist' outtakes from 'The Apprentice'
Fox News - 2 months
Tom Arnold claims to have unreleased "Apprentice" outtakes of President-elect Donald Trump saying "racist" and "offensive" statements.
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Dubai-based firm forms $1.6 bln steel plant JV in Algeria
Yahoo News - 3 months
By Tom Arnold DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai-based conglomerate Emarat Dzayer Group said it had signed a joint venture agreement to develop a $1.6 billion steel factory in Algeria, boosting the North African country's drive to diversify its economy and attract foreign investment. Emarat Dzayer Steel Company will be a joint venture between Algeria's state-linked Groupe Imetal, which will hold a 51 percent stake in the business through two subsidiaries, and 49 percent held by Emarat Dzayer Group, according to a statement. The factory, in Annaba Province, will be operational within 24 to 30 months, Ajay Sethi, vice chairman of Emarat Dzayer Group, told Reuters in an interview on Thursday.
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Saudi riyal falls, bond may be delayed after U.S. Congress vote
Yahoo News - 5 months
By Andrew Torchia and Tom Arnold DUBAI (Reuters) - The Saudi riyal fell against the U.S. dollar in the forward foreign exchange market on Thursday after the U.S. Congress voted to allow relatives of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia. Any legal action could take years to wind through the U.S. court system, and analysts said there might be little if any impact on the Saudi economy or state finances. Saudi Arabia has been preparing to make its first international issue of sovereign bonds next month to raise $10 billion or more, but some Gulf bankers said the issue might now be delayed to give investors time to digest the news.
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Tom Arnold pens gun control post after nephew's suicide
CBS News - 6 months
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Celebrity birthdays for the week of March 6-12
Yahoo News - 12 months
March 6: Actor Ben Murphy is 74. Singer Mary Wilson (The Supremes) is 72. Rock musician Hugh Grundy (The Zombies) is 71. Rock singer-musician David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) is 70. Actor-director Rob Reiner is 69. Singer Kiki Dee is 69. Rock singer-musician Phil Alvin (The Blasters) is 63. Actor Tom Arnold is 57. Actor D.L. Hughley is 52. Country songwriter Skip Ewing is 52. Actress Connie Britton is 49. Actress Moira Kelly is 48. Actress Amy Pietz is 47. Rock musician Chris Broderick (Megadeth) is 46. Country singer Trent Willmon is 43. Country musician Shan Farmer (Ricochet) is 42. Rapper Beanie Sigel is 42. Rapper Bubba Sparxxx is 39. Rock musician Chris Tomson (Vampire Weekend) is 32. Actor Eli Marienthal is 30. Actor Jimmy Galeota is 30. Rapper/producer Tyler, the Creator is 25. Actress Savannah Stehlin is 20.
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Gulf banks exploring prospects in Iran, others may follow
Yahoo News - about 1 year
By Tom Arnold and Jonathan Saul DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) - Gulf banks including Dubai's largest lender Emirates NBD are already meeting prospective clients and taking legal advice about entering Iran's financial system now that many international sanctions have been lifted. European banks are more cautious with some, including Deutsche Bank, remembering past fines from regulators for breaking sanctions, though Commerzbank said it was reviewing its policy of not doing business in Iran. Many international sanctions relating to Iran's nuclear program were lifted but most involving U.S. players remain in place.
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Warburg Pincus, General Atlantic in talks to invest in UAE payments firm
Yahoo News - over 1 year
By Tom Arnold DUBAI, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Private equity firms Warburg Pincus and General Atlantic are expected to announce a joint deal this week to invest in United Arab Emirates-based payments provider Network International, according to sources. One of the sources said the stake would be purchased from Abraaj Group, which holds a 49 percent stake in the company. Private equity firm Abraaj hired investment bank Moelis & Co to advise it on options for selling its stake in the company, either though a private sale or stock market listing, Reuters reported in September.
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The Most Iconic Bar in Every State (and DC)
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
By: Lee Breslouer The first known use of the word iconic comes from 1656, and, though most of these bars haven't been around quite that long, some come damn close. Our rules for choosing an iconic bar were simple: it has to have been around since at least 1990, it has to be famous, and people need to still love going there. Sometimes this bar is a dive. Sometimes it's in a fancy hotel where former presidents have had a drink or two. But for whatever reason, these 51 bars have stood the test of time, broken bottles, and health inspections, and they keep bringing the crowds back in. So here are the most iconic bars in every state (and DC!). Cheers. More: Every State in the USA, Ranked by Its Beer Credit: Flickr/C-Monster Alabama Flora-Bama Baldwin County (Est. 1964) The Flora-Bama Lounge & Package (not to be confused with the Yacht Club option across the street) is precisely what you expect from a sprawling, wooden, Gulf-front roadhouse straddling the Alabama-Flor ...
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Stanchart says committed to Islamic banking after head of unit exits
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
By Tom Arnold DUBAI (Reuters) - Standard Chartered remains committed to Islamic banking and expects growth in its core markets, a spokesman for the lender said on Sunday, after the head of its Islamic arm departed. Afaq Khan left Standard Chartered Saadiq, the lender's global Islamic banking business, after 12 years with the Asia-focused bank to take a career break, the spokesman said. "Standard Chartered remains committed to our Islamic banking business, and we continue to position ourselves for further growth in the core markets where the largest Islamic banking opportunities exist," the spokesman said. The core markets include Bahrain, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates, where Standard Chartered offers personal banking services, the spokesman said.
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Borse Dubai rules out Nasdaq OMX Group stake sale
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
By Tom Arnold and Hadeel Al Sayegh DUBAI (Reuters) - Borse Dubai [BRSDB.UL] ruled out any sale of its shares in Nasdaq OMX Group on Thursday after shedding its entire 17.4 percent stake in the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Shares in LSE fell sharply as a result, down 10 percent to 22.83 pounds by 9:10 a.m. Borse Dubai, the holding company for Dubai Financial Market and Nasdaq Dubai, confirmed on Thursday it had sold its LSE stake without disclosing the price. In a separate response to questions from Reuters, a Borse Dubai spokesman said it had "no current intention" to sell its stake in the United States financial services firm that owns Nasdaq and multiple European stock exchanges. Borse Dubai is the largest shareholder in Nasdaq OMX, owning 17.64 percent of the company, according to Thomson Reuters data.
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Tom Hanks Has 'Forrest Gump' Reunion With Lt. Dan & Bubba
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know when Tom Hanks is going to take a photo with Gary Sinise and Mykelti Williamson. The "Forrest Gump" stars -- Hanks played the title character, of course, while Sinise and Williamson were, respectively, Lt. Dan and Bubba -- reunited recently, as indicated by the photo Hanks posted to his social media accounts on Thursday. "Hadn't seen these old friends for too long," Hanks wrote. That's all he had to say about that. UPDATE: Hanks, Sinise and Williamson got together as part of an event put together by the Gary Sinise Foundation. More information can be found below. Actor/Humanitarian Gary Sinise and the Gary Sinise Foundation announced today their “Hollywood Salutes Heroes” multi-day celebration, an expression of thanks to those who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. The Foundation enlisted main sponsors USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore & American Airlines to coordinate participants and travel for over 100 wounded, ill and in ...
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Kristen Bell's Husband Dax Shepard Offered to Be Tom Arnold's Sperm Donor
US Magazine - about 3 years
Tom Arnold has some very generous friends. Appearing on The Wendy Williams Show on Thursday, Jan. 30, the comedian revealed that he'd gotten a very selfless offer from pals Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard when he and his fourth wife, Ashley Groussman, were struggling to conceive a baby. "I have a very low sperm count," Arnold, 54, explained. "I found out in college, at the University of Iowa. I worked at the hospital school, and they said, 'Hey, you can donate blood or plasma,' which I always did for beer money. And then there was a sign that said, 'You can donate sperm for $35.' And I was like, 'Now I know what I'm doing with my life! I'll do that three times a day!' And they [tested] it, and they were like, 'Yeah, your sperm doesn't work.'" PHOTOS: 2013's babies of the year Arnold tried -- and failed -- to have a baby with each of his first three wives, Roseanne Barr, Julie Lynn Champnella, and Shelby Roos. And he tried again with Groussman, now 38. All told, he went through 21 ...
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Tom Arnold lets writer know: 'I'm on to you'
LATimes - over 3 years
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tom Arnold
    FORTIES
  • 2009
    Age 49
    He appeared December 10, 2009 on the late night talk show Asia Uncut.
    More Details Hide Details The couple has two children. Arnold was raised a Methodist. He converted to Judaism upon marrying Roseanne Barr in 1990 and claims to still practice Judaism.
    Over Thanksgiving weekend 2009, Arnold married his fourth wife, Ashley Groussman, in an intimate ceremony in Maui before 75 guests.
    More Details Hide Details Dax Shepard served as Arnold's best man. During their honeymoon, Arnold and Ashley stopped in Shanghai, China.
    In an April 2009 interview on Anytime with Bob Kushell, Arnold discussed how when he divorced Barr, he did not take any alimony.
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  • 2008
    Age 48
    In August 2008, Arnold broke his scapula in a motorcycle accident on the Pacific Coast Highway.
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    He hosted CMT's The Biggest Redneck Wedding Ever in 2008, in which he served as the wedding planner, created a wedding that exceeded the dreams of a couple who wanted to be married in a mud bog, and performed the actual ceremony.
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    From 2008-11, he hosted the CMT show My Big Redneck Wedding.
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  • 2005
    Age 45
    Arnold had his first romantic leading man part in the 2005 movie Happy Endings.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, Arnold starred in The Kid & I.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1994
    Age 34
    In 1994, Arnold appeared as the sidekick to Arnold Schwarzenegger's character in the James Cameron feature film True Lies.
    More Details Hide Details He was a host of The Best Damn Sports Show Period. He provided the voice for the Arby's "Oven Mitt" character in television commercials for the fast-food chain.
    Arnold and Barr divorced in 1994, and their restaurant closed in 1995.
    More Details Hide Details In a late-1990s interview on radio's Howard Stern Show, Arnold admitted that his share of his and Barr's estate amounted to "over $20,000,000", including a percentage of the Roseanne ABC-TV series, but would not elaborate, citing a confidentiality clause.
  • 1993
    Age 33
    In 1993, Arnold and Barr bought a house together in Arnold's hometown of Eldon and opened a restaurant, Roseanne and Tom's Big Food Diner, in nearby Eldon, Iowa. (The diner served loosemeat sandwiches similar to the specialty of the fictional Lanford Lunch Box on Roseanne, which in turn was based on the real-life Canteen Lunch in the Alley in Ottumwa.) Both appeared in the 1993 movie The Woman Who Loved Elvis, filmed in Ottumwa.
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  • 1992
    Age 32
    In 1992, Arnold starred in his own sitcom, The Jackie Thomas Show.
    More Details Hide Details Airing after Roseanne on ABC, the show lasted only 18 episodes.
  • 1990
    Age 30
    The two married in 1990 and divorced in 1994.
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    He married her in 1990, after she divorced her first husband.
    More Details Hide Details Arnold wrote himself into the show as the character "Arnie Thomas" (a play on his name). The couple's marriage attracted media and especially tabloid attention due to their sometimes outrageous behavior.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on March 6, 1959.
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