Archive for October 24th, 2019

The latest quarterly earnings and guidance badly miss Wall Street's expectations, causing the stock to plummet.

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Amazon reported third-quarter earnings Thursday that disappointed investors and sent Amazon stock spiraling down. For Bezos, that means an on-paper loss of around $7 billion, putting his status as richest person in the world at risk.

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As many as half of all clinicians suffer from burnout symptoms, creating risks to patients, malpractice claims and absenteeism, a national study finds.

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Single-family zoning hurts a lot of people. In Minnesota’s largest city, reformers put them front and center.

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The latest quarterly earnings and guidance badly miss Wall Street's expectations, causing the stock to plummet.

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The Fed likely will finish its "mid-cycle adjustment" and remove language that it will "act as appropriate to sustain the expansion," according to Goldman Sachs.

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In fact, this could be the first year ever in which all four asset classes rise at least 10%, according to LPL Financial.

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When Forever 21 filed for bankruptcy last month, the fast fashion chain described its history in documents that read, at times, like a pitch for a memoir or a Netflix special. Photos of the company’s husband and wife founders, Do Won and Jin Sook Chang, and their two daughters appeared under headings like “Forever Striving: A Story of Grit, Determination, and Passion.” The filing emphasized the improbable success of the Changs, who immigrated to…

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After a 2013 factory collapse killed over 1,100 in Bangladesh, most big U.S. apparel companies agreed not to sell goods from plants violating worker-safety standards. Not Amazon.

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Investors are tiring of America’s fracking revolution.

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When Forever 21 filed for bankruptcy last month, the fast fashion chain described its history in documents that read, at times, like a pitch for a memoir or a Netflix special. Photos of the company’s husband and wife founders, Do Won and Jin Sook Chang, and their two daughters appeared under headings like “Forever Striving: A Story of Grit, Determination, and Passion.” The filing emphasized the improbable success of the Changs, who immigrated to…

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