Archive for July 16th, 2019

At the heart of Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing’s turnaround plan for Deutsche Bank AG is a contrarian bet: that he can cut spending on technology while gaining ground on the competition.

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Operating out of a Chicago suburb, in a low-slung, red-brick building wedged between a Hyatt and a Radisson, Clover Technologies is in the mundane business of recycling everything from inkjet cartridges to mobile phones.

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Bill Gates has never ranked lower than No. 2 in the seven-year history of the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. That run ended Tuesday when the Microsoft Corp. co-founder dropped to No. 3 behind France’s Bernard Arnault.

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The Sage of Omaha bought See's for $25 million in 1972. It has now earned over $2 billion in profit for Berkshire Hathaway.

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Sales have been sliding for awhile at Victoria's Secret and one Wall Street analyst thinks the retailer's parent company L Brands hasn't done enough to fix it as the company faces tough competition from Aerie and ThirdLove.

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Thousands of Americans are at risk of going broke in retirement, and it's only going to get worse.

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<p>Stocks were little changed at Tuesday’s open as the corporate earnings season kicked into full gear with companies like Goldman Sachs and Johnson &amp; Johnson releasing their quarterly results.</p>

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The Prime Day event is another way to tighten Amazon’s grip on shoppers by getting them to enroll in its Prime membership program, which adds an important revenue stream and loyal customers.

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The Prime Day event is another way to tighten Amazon’s grip on shoppers by getting them to enroll in its Prime membership program, which adds an important revenue stream and loyal customers.

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U.S. stock index futures ticked higher Tuesday morning ahead of earnings reports from a slew of major American companies.

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Current and former Tesla employees working in the company's open-air "tent" factory say they felt pressure to take shortcuts to hit aggressive Model 3 production goals, including making fast fixes to parts with electrical tape and working through harsh weather.

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