Archive for March 7th, 2018

We're excited "to tell our employees in the community in Granite City, Illinois, that we will be calling back 500 employees," says CEO David Burritt.

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Walt Disney, animator, businessman, and co-founder of The Walt Disney Co., kept up certain habits that defined his daily schedule.

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Jim Cramer reveals the one thing that’s giving him pause when it comes to the averages.

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JAB, a European holding company that once made pool chemicals, is building a coffee empire out of a disparate group of brands, including Krispy Kreme, Peet’s, Stumptown and Panera Breads. And it’s gunning for Nestle.

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The fast-food company is changing its logo in "celebration of women everywhere."

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<p>New “hyperscale” data centers from the tech giants, part of a wave of global development, helped lead Prineville to a path of recovery.</p>

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<p>Why? Because the feds are bogarting the weed, while Israel and Canada are grabbing market share.</p>

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<p>New “hyperscale” data centers from the tech giants, part of a wave of global development, helped lead Prineville to a path of recovery.</p>

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Americans spent an average of $448 per person in drunk purchases per haul in 2017.

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<p>In the three weeks since America's deadliest high school took the lives of 17 students and teachers, companies such as Delta Air Lines Inc and Dick's Sporting Goods Inc have cut ties with gun-rights groups or restricted sales of weapons.</p>

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There is a very real fear spreading through Wall Street that President Donald Trump's inner-nationalist will be fully unleashed, Politico's Ben White says.

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<p></p><p>U.S. stocks traded lower on Wednesday on the back of news that Gary Cohn, the chief economic advisor to President Donald Trump, resigned from his post.</p>

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Two Wall Street pros say this bull market is just getting started. The long-term trend of rising stock prices could last a total of 20 years or more before the uptrend ends.

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As Gary Cohn flees the White House, financial markets are discovering that elections have more than one consequence.

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<p>U.S. stocks traded lower on Wednesday on the back of news that Gary Cohn, the chief economic advisor to President Donald Trump, resigned from his post.</p>

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