Month: January 2018

Alibaba: The Chinese e-commerce giant will deliver its earnings report on Thursday, and Cramer expects a “total blowout, because they’re the masters of under-promise and over-deliver.” The “Mad Money” host recommended that investors either buy the stock before the quarter drops, or wait for the typical “down leg” in the stock post-earnings. Alphabet: Cramer hoped
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Attorney and managing partner at The Colchester Group Jim Nuzzo says this case is an example of the “shifting ground” in sexual harassment lawsuits across the country. Nuzzo explains that the details of Tirschwell’s personal interactions with Ravich are nothing new, but Ravich’s use of investor funds means the “chances that multiple plaintiffs will join
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Intel surged to its highest levels since September 2000 on Friday, up as much as 10 percent, boosted by better-than-expected earnings, improved guidance, and a 10 percent dividend increase. The company beat Wall Street estimates when it reported earnings Thursday. That is being viewed by some that the chip vulnerabilities Meltdown and Spectre, revealed earlier
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Flippov, the private investigator who specializes in cryptocurrencies, said many people say they’ve sent their cryptocurrencies to the wrong address. What really happened is probably more sinister. “The possibility of actually sending the coin to the wrong address is infinitesimal,” she said. “It’s as unlikely to be struck by lightening while being bitten by a
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“It’s exciting to contemplate what you’d do with any amount of extra money, but it might cause you to make financial decisions that don’t look so good in hindsight,” said Kathryn Hauer, a certified financial planner with Aiken, South Carolina-based Wilson David Investment Advisors. Some of the best-known U.S. companies — including Walmart, AT&T, CNBC
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FedEx says it’ll be giving wage increases, bonuses and make a voluntary $1.5 billion contribution to the company’s pension plan, citing recent tax reform legislation. The package delivery company follows others doing the same, including Home Depot, Disney, Starbucks, and Walmart. FedEx said Friday that it’ll raise compensation by more than $200 million, with about
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