Archive for November 1st, 2019

<p>Authentic Brands Group will take control of the Barneys name — one that has been part of the Manhattan landscape since 1923 — and license it to other companies like Saks Fifth Avenue. The firm B. Riley Financial is preparing to liquidate Barneys’ high-end wares, at its five stores and two Warehouse locations, starting with private sale events for Barneys’ “most loyal” shoppers next week.</p>

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Jet maker's compensation "clawback" policy doesn't include safety or loss of life as a factor in recovering exec pay

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Blockchain-powered digital currencies are the next frontier in the U.S.-China tech rivalry.

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman finally gave the go-ahead for the initial public offering of state oil producer Aramco, deciding there’s enough support from local investors for what could be a record share sale, according to people familiar with the situation.

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Look at the comings and goings as a ratio of ins to outs. Tiny Idaho wins this race with 497 arrivals from the Golden State for every 100 former Gem State residents who moved to California.

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Risk to the housing market from underestimated climate change — and a chance to capitalize on these miscalculations — echoes lessons from the 2008 subprime-mortgage debacle.

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A brown bear loped across rolling green tundra as Charles Weimer set down a light, single-engine helicopter on a remote hilltop.&nbsp;

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‘While my sister’s husband feels bad for me, he will not compensate me for my loss.’

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<p>Investors want just one thing from the world’s biggest oil companies: cold, hard cash. But it is becoming harder for the oil giants to deliver.</p>

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It’s a relatively modest life for a top executive at the Saudi oil giant.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Elizabeth Warren promised Friday to spend more than $20 trillion over the next decade to provide government-funded health care to every American without raising middle class taxes — finally offering ideas about how to implement the massive "Medicare for All" program without taking a larger bite out of most Americans' salaries. The Massachusetts senator famously "has a plan" for everything from providing universal child care to…

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The No. 1 reason billionaires decide to move.

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If a nuclear holocaust, zombie apocalypse or other unthinkable doomsday scenario strikes, escaping to your very own remote private island will give you the best chance of survival.&nbsp;

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<p>Stocks rose on Friday as investor sentiment got a lift from much stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data.</p>

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Before a founder’s comments offended, FTC complaints piled up.

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