Month: November 2019

President Donald Trump delivers remarks during a campaign rally in Bossier City, LA, November 14, 2019. Tom Brenne | Reuters Health-care stocks rose Friday after President Donald Trump discussed his administration’s new rule that will force hospitals to disclose the discounted prices they negotiate with insurers. Insurers UnitedHealth, Cigna, Humana and Anthem were each moving
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why Wall Street has fallen out of love with enterprise-based technology stocks like Cisco and turned to consumer-based ones like Roku. The “Mad Money” host sits down with Viacom CEO Bob Bakish to get insight into the company’s merger with CBS and foray into the streaming war. Later in the show
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Frequent travelers now have a whole new way to view loyalty points — thanks to a growing trend in loyalty program: hard-to-replicate, bucket-list experiences. From red carpet access and backstage passes to cooking classes with Michelin-starred chefs, there’s an entire realm of VIP travel opportunities designed around the new “experience economy.” Fueled by public interest
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People walk by a Dollar Tree store on December 11, 2018 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Spencer Platt | Getty Images News | Getty Images The Dollar Tree stocked over-the-counter drugs produced by foreign companies with “a pattern of serious violations” of federal law on good manufacturing practices, the Food and Drug
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Lloyd Blankfein, then chairman and chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., smiles during a discussion at the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Summit in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Lloyd Blankfein hit back at Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Thursday, after she
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“Where do you live?” is a simple question — but I don’t have a quick answer. Instead of settling down and waiting to get old in one place, my husband and I devised an ongoing travel plan that each year includes France, Singapore, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand — as well as the odd
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China’s Tencent Music Entertainment reported better-than-expected third-quarter revenue on Monday, as the streaming company added more paying users. However, it recorded the slowest rise in a widely watched metric for its biggest business, social entertainment services, which executives attributed to growing competition. Tencent Music’s U.S.-listed shares rose as much as 2% before trading down about
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Military veterans often possess skills that can fortify a financial technology company’s workforce, which is why PayPal has committed to hiring former service members, Chief Financial Officer John Rainey told CNBC Tuesday. Since 2017, PayPal has added more than 180 veterans to its payroll in large part from the help of partnerships with organizations, such
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A JD delivery cart stops at roadside.  Zhang Peng | LightRocket | Getty Images BEIJING – Alibaba, JD.com and Pinduoduo. For these three forces of China‘s online shopping market, winning the race to tap the country’s fastest-growing regions will depend largely on an efficient delivery strategy. China’s largest cities rival global metropolises in the variety
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