Archive for May 1st, 2018

Weaker-than-expected earnings from Cognex, a key part of the Apple supply chain, could provide more evidence that Apple is pulling the plug on the iPhone X.

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Connoisseur Jay Leno once bought a McLaren F1 for $800,000 that's now worth about $17 million.

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Hiring managers aren't allowed to mention age – and you shouldn't, either.

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<p>Apple Inc on Tuesday beat revenue and profit expectations in its March quarter as it sold 52.2 million iPhones, barely below Wall Street targets and showing some resilience as global demand for smartphones wanes.</p>

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Jim Cramer gets to the bottom of the market action and explains how stocks are becoming victim to high expectations.

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Billionaire investor Warren Buffett tells Yahoo Finance why buying cryptocurrency should be thought of as speculation, not an investment.

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Instead of offering incentives to employers, towns with unfilled jobs are handing out money, student-debt relief and home-purchase assistance to lure potential employees–one by one. It’s an uphill battle to compete with the opportunity and amenities found in larger U.S. cities.

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Naguib Sawiris told Bloomberg in an interview from Cairo this week that he sees the price of gold reaching $1,800 an ounce while the “overvalued” stock market hits the skids.

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After a brutal start to the year for cryptocurrency investors, Bitcoin bounced back big time in April.

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<p>U.S. stocks traded lower on Tuesday, the first trading day of the month, as shares of defense companies dropped sharply. Investors also awaited the release of Apple's latest quarterly figures.</p>

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Instead of offering incentives to employers, towns with unfilled jobs are handing out money, student-debt relief and home-purchase assistance to lure potential employees–one by one. It’s an uphill battle to compete with the opportunity and amenities found in larger U.S. cities.

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After a brutal start to the year for cryptocurrency investors, Bitcoin bounced back big time in April.

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After a brutal start to the year for cryptocurrency investors, Bitcoin bounced back big time in April.

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Mike Coupe, CEO of the UK-based supermarket chain Sainsbury's, was caught on tape singing "We're in the money" before a live TV interview on Monday.

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What Kevin O'Leary will and won't spend money on.

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