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Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate Ranked First in the Nation for the Third Time

The Creig Northrop Team of Long & Foster Real Estate was ranked first in the nation for the third time based on sales volume, according to REAL Trends, a provider of statistical analysis for the..
PRWeb

Amid rumors that Kraft Heinz wants to buy Colgate, has anyone asked why?

Another round of big deal speculation is underway on Wall Street and locally based Kraft Heinz is, once again, in the thick of such megamerger talk. This time around, the stock market is chewing..
ChicagoTribune

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News video: Uber Drivers Optimistic After Kalanick's Resignation

Uber Drivers Optimistic After Kalanick's Resignation 03:00

Many Uber drivers see positive changes on the horizon following Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick's resignation as CEO. WSJ's Shelby Holliday reports.
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News video: Wall Street ends flat

Wall Street ends flat 01:28

A rally in healthcare stocks couldn't offset weakness in consumer and financial stocks on Thursday. Fred Katayama reports.
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News video: Dean Baker: Interest Rate Hike Will Hurt Jobs Growth

Dean Baker: Interest Rate Hike Will Hurt Jobs Growth 10:29

The Federal Reserve's interest rate hike will slow jobs growth, but is probably being done to please Wall Street, says CEPR's Dean Baker
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News video: A New Road to Income: Barron's Buzz

A New Road to Income: Barron's Buzz 03:47

Barron's senior editor Jack Hough and WSJ's Shelby Holliday preview the latest issue of Barron's. Topics include how annuities can be a new path to income for older and younger investors alike. Plus,..
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News video: A Marine veteran explains how to be 'warrior tough' at work

A Marine veteran explains how to be 'warrior tough' at work 01:41

Here's how to negotiate your salary and how to deal with a difficult boss
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Up to 25 percent of U.S. shopping malls may close in the next five years, report says

Between 20% and 25% of the nation’s shopping malls will close in the next five years, according to a new report from Credit Suisse that predicts e-commerce will continue to pull shoppers away from..
ChicagoTribune

Barry Ritholtz: A bull market that creates few jobs in finance

barry ritholtz: a bull market that creates few jobs in finance
Today, we are going off the beaten path with an interesting look at an aspect of employment data that was a bit surprising.The subject of Wall Street employment came up via my colleague Josh Brown, who..
New Zealand Herald

Putin Tries To Avoid Wider War With US – OpEd

“The shooting down of the Syrian SU-22 is another demonstration that the US is prepared to resort to the most reckless means to defend its footholds in Syria and lay the basis for the broader war..
Eurasia Review

India-US: Convergences And Divergences – Analysis

By Chintamani Mahapatra* When Narendra Modi won the landslide victory in 2014 general election, eyebrows were raised in concerned circles about the future of India’s relations with the US. The UPA..
Eurasia Review

Russia-Gate Flops As Democrats' Golden-Ticket

russia-gate flops as democrats' golden-ticket
Authored by Robert Parry via ConsortiumNews.com, *The national Democrats saw Russia-gate and the drive to impeach President Trump as their golden ticket back to power, but so far the ticket seems to..
Zero Hedge

Disapproval Growing Over Trump's Firing of Comey, Poll Finds

President Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey is increasingly unpopular, according to a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. The poll found 46% disapproved of the firing, up from 38%.
Wall Street Journal

Wall Street ends higher on technology, energy boost

wall street ends higher on technology, energy boost
More By Sinead Carew (Reuters) - U.S. stocks ended higher on Friday after a last-minute trading spike and a technology sector gain offset weakness in financial stocks and sent the Nasdaq higher, giving..
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Should You Follow These Analysts Out of Intel Stock?

Wall Street isn’t optimistic about Intel’s future. Is it time to abandon this stalled out stock?
Motley Fool

Democratic Support For Single-Payer Health Care Is Rising

More than half of Democrats believe that health insurance should be provided through a national, government-run insurance system, according to a new Pew Research survey. This represents a significant..
Huffington Post

The Wall Street Journal: Hundreds of high-rise homes in London evacuated over fire risk fears


MarketWatch

Why BlackBerry, Sysco, and bluebird bio Slumped Today

These stocks dropped on a quiet day on Wall Street. Find out why.
Motley Fool

‘Who is this assh*le?’: Joe Biden blasts hedge funder who heckeld him during public moment of grief for son

Failed financier Bill Ackman got an earful from former Vice President Joe Biden, said three people who witnessed the conversation. According to Fox Business News, the two spoke at the SkyBridge..
Raw Story

In One Chart: Chart shows how bad Wall Street economists are at forecasting yields


MarketWatch

Trump Team Disgracefulness Power Rankings - Week 3

Obviously, Republic Report is super-busy and doesn't have time to do its regular job and still publish Trump Team Disgracefulness Power Rankings every week, but there's been so much disgracefulness..
Huffington Post

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Caterpillar, Costco Wholesale in headlines

Shares in the software and services firm BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) were under pressure early on Friday after its quarterly sales undershot analysts expectations. This was despite a surprise rise in..
Proactive Investors

Amazon drops non-compete lawsuit against former exec who went to work for a startup (AMZN)

amazon drops non-compete lawsuit against former exec who went to work for a startup (amzn)
Looks like Smartsheet gets to keep its new hire. Amazon has dropped its suit against Gene Farrell, a former executive at its Amazon Web Services (AWS) division who recently took a job with..
Business Insider

What you need to know on Wall Street today

what you need to know on wall street today
*Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. Sign up here to get this newsletter delivered straight to your inbox. * If you needed any further..
Business Insider

WSJ: Stock-Picking Is Dying as Listed Stocks Get Scarcer

Fund managers have a hard time beating the market because the number of stocks to choose from has collapsed in the past 20 years, according to Jason Zweig, investing columnists at The Wall Street..
Newsmax


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