Month: December 2019

What to buy for the frequent-flying road warrior who sees it all in their travels? Here are creative gadgets that can make upcoming 2020 travel that much more comfortable. Wireless earphones: Nuheara’s IQbuds Boost Nuheara IQbuds Boost Courtesy of Nuheara. Eliminate the endless noise pollution of airports, planes, trains and city life with these wireless
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Ulta Beauty beat quarterly profit estimates on Thursday, driven by sales of higher-margin cosmetics products, sending the retailer’s shares up over 11% in extended trading. The near 30-year-old company has capitalized on booming demand for celebrity-led beauty brands, which are usually priced at a premium, and has attributed cosmetics lines from Kylie Jenner and YouTuber
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Charles Taylor | Getty Images There are less than four weeks left in the year, and your chances of a holiday gift at work are looking pretty good. About 2 in 3 companies anticipate giving workers a year-end bonus or perk, according to new data from Challenger, Gray & Christmas. The Chicago-based recruiting firm polled 250
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Job growth should appear strong in November as striking GM workers returned to the workforce. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones expected 187,000 jobs were added in November, and Refinitiv’s consensus forecast was 180,000. Wages are expected to rise by 0.3% in the month, and unemployment is expected to remain at 3.6%. The government’s monthly employment
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A shopper carries a Tiffany & Co. retail bag on Fifth Avenue in New York, May 30, 2019. Victor J. Blue | Bloomberg | Getty Images Tiffany shares fell more than 1% in premarket trading Thursday after the luxury jeweler reported earnings and revenue that fell short of analyst expectations. Here’s what Tiffany reported compared
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RH, the company formerly known as Restoration Hardware, posted fiscal third-quarter earnings Wednesday that topped analysts’ estimates, but left its forecast for the current quarter largely unchanged. RH shares were recently trading slightly higher in extended trading Wednesday, but the stock had been down earlier. Here’s how the company with Wall Street’s expectations, according to
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Robinhood grew its user based tenfold in about three years by bringing in younger generations to the finance world, co-CEO of the mobile stock trading app, Vladimir Tenev, told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday. The start-up earlier that day announced that it has registered more than 10 million accounts to its platform, up from 1 million
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In the late 1990s Andy Jassy pitched a wild idea to his boss and mentor, Jeff Bezos: what if Amazon developed another business…this one, in the cloud. Two decades later, it’s Amazon’s most profitable division – one that Jassy continues to head up as the CEO of Amazon Web Services. Jon Fortt sat down with
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