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5 Mega-Cap Family Businesses to Own the Rest of 2017 and Beyond

When most of us think of a family-owned business, we may think of a local grocer or a specialty clothing or antique store in our area. The reality is some ...
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What to Expect as Snap’s Lockup Period Expires

Since its March initial public offering, Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) has watched its share price fall by nearly 44% and the stampede out of the stock likely will get more ...
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6 Most Important Things in Business Today

Charter Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: CHTR) says it is not interested in buying troubled wireless carrier Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S). Rumors suggest the companies have been in conversations for weeks. The ...
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Whitman Among Candidates Emerging to Succeed Kalanick at Uber

As Uber looks to put the controversy around its former CEO Travis Kalanick in the rearview mirror, the ride-sharing company has been searching for a new chief executive. Among the ...
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7 Most Important Things in Business Today

An exclusive report by Reuters says that Viacom Inc. (NYSE: VIAB) is willing to make a cash offer for Scripps Networks Interactive Inc. (NYSE: SNI). The deal would bolster the ...
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Reality Check: What If IBM Never Finds Its Way Back to Growth?

International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) is now a company without a story. The growth initiatives under the leadership of Ginni Rometty have not been able to offset the bleeding ...
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11 Great American Companies That Have Totally Lost Control of Their Narrative

Many great American companies have risen to become behemoths over the decades. Many of those great names also have fallen from grace. Sometimes after a company falls from grace, it ...
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Will Chevy Bolt’s Troubles Dog Tesla Model 3 Too?

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) will extend the current shutdown of its Orion, Michigan factory as the company tries to get its inventory under control. The Orion plant makes the ...
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BP Pipeline Spin-off Aimed at Increased Cash Flow

The U.S. subsidiary of BP plc (NYSE: BP) said on Tuesday that the company is considering a plan to create and spin-off a master limited partnership (MLP) of its U.S. ...
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Investors Cheer $200 Million Loan to Sears

In a federal filing Monday, Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) revealed that the company had received a $200 million line of credit from companies controlled by Sears Chairman and CEO ...
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Peltz Launches Proxy Fight with Procter & Gamble

Activist investor Nelson Peltz and his Trian Management have launched a proxy battle with Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE: PG), the giant consumer products firm with a market cap of ...
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Personal Data of Up to 14 Million Verizon Customers Exposed

As many as 14 million customers of telecom giant Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) had personal data, including names, addresses, account details and PINs, exposed late last month from a ...
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Mattel Cleans House and Is Looking to Replace CFO

Mattel Inc. (NASDAQ: MAT) shares were slipping on Thursday when it came out that the firm is looking to replace its long-standing Chief Financial Officer Kevin Farr. This is definitely ...
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Halcon Resources Stock Jumps 48% on $1.4 Billion Asset Sale

Shares of oil producer Halcón Resources Corp. (NYSE: HK) traded up more than 40% in Tuesday's premarket following an announcement that the company has agreed to sell its operated assets ...
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Why Pandora Shares Continue to Rally

Pandora Media Inc. (NYSE: P) continued to rally this week following news that its chief executive officer, Tim Westergren, would be stepping down from his executive role and from his ...
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