One of America’s Great Papers Fires a Third of Its Staff

The Reading Eagle was started just after the Civil War, in 1868, Since then, it has served one of Pennsylvania's largest cities. It has several distinctions as an American daily, ...
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Foods and Drinks You Only Think Are Healthy

Trying to figure out which foods and drinks are unhealthy can be overwhelming and exhausting. Information overload can make it difficult to understand what makes a specific treat good or ...
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The Proper Ways to Store Your Produce

Whether we shop at farmers markets or grocery stores, or even get our culinary raw materials delivered, our first task when we get the grocery bags into the kitchen is ...
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Shopify Fulfillment Network May Out-Amazon Amazon for Online Merchants

If one company can please investors and customers alike, it seems to be Shopify Inc. (NYSE: SHOP). The company saw its shares hit new all-time highs on Wednesday after making ...
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Top 100 Grossing Movies of All Time

Movies today make more money at the box office than ever before. It's not uncommon for blockbuster films to now gross over $100 million at the domestic box office, with ...
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Price Of A Pack Of Cigarettes Through the Decades

At a time when cigarettes were still considered safe, they were cheap and widely popular -- costing just 25 cents a pack on average in the 1950s. In 1965, 42% ...
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With Markets Returning to All-Time Highs, Here Are the Dow Stocks Moving Them

It’s been a wild ride in 2019. The seasonal theme of “sell in May and go away” passed and seemingly has turned into “Hold your nose and buy in June.” ...
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Most Overpaid Athletes in Pro Sports

When a player like Kawhi Leonard leads a team all the way to the championship -- and wins, his $23 million a year salary certainly seems worth it to management, ...
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Green Plains Drives Ethanol Into Dividend Hall of Shame

It's one thing when a company sells more debt to fund operations. It's another thing entirely when a company sells more debt and also announces that it is suspending its ...
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Slack Scheduled to Enter the Market Thursday in Direct Listing

Slack is set to begin trading on the NYSE on Thursday under the symbol WORK. While most companies list their shares via an initial public offering (IPO), Slack is taking ...
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Why Oracle Could Be Headed to a Record High After Earnings

Oracle Corp. (NYSE: ORCL) reported its most recent quarterly results after markets closed Wednesday. The firm said that it had $1.16 in earnings per share (EPS) and $11.14 billion in ...
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Has Apple Been Negligent About Its iPhone Manufacturing Reliance on China?

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is one of the world's top brands and also one of the world's most valuable companies. For all of its great achievements and the wealth the ...
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Canadian Marijuana Use Jumps Even More Than Expected After Legalization

Legalizing marijuana for recreational use can be a controversial topic that crosses political lines, demographics, and age groups, and traverses borders. With more states in the United States having ...
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FOMC’s Forecast for Rate Cuts in 2019 Is Slower Than Market Expectations

We now know what the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates is for the June 19, 2019 FOMC meeting. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and fellow voting members decided to leave ...
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The Buyout Saga of Chico’s FAS Moves From Ugly to Uglier

Once upon a time, it seemed magical and flattering to get a buyout offer. Company executives looked successful, investors made money, and a company could have the benefit of not ...
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