John Stumpf’s Major Fall from Grace, Massive Fine and Ban from Banking

Of the major U.S. banking CEOs Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) has by far the most visible and recognizable face among his peers. He has been ...
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Best Picture Winners That Made the Least Amount of Money

Winning the Oscar for Best Picture at the Academy Awards can financially benefit a movie at the box office. Moviegoers are often interested in what has been declared the best ...
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The Most Physically Active Cities in America

It seems like a contradiction but as obesity is on the rise, so is the number of Americans who exercise. Almost 40% of adults and nearly 20% of adolescents ...
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Why Intel’s Record Q4 Is So Impressive

Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) reported fourth-quarter financial results after markets closed Thursday. The firm said that it had $1.52 in earnings per share (EPS) and $20.21 billion in revenue, compared ...
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Why Negative Interest Rates Are Likely To Remain Through 2020

While the interest rate environment in the United States is still expected to remain stable for most or all of 2020, there are still likely to be negative interest rates ...
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Biggest Company Founded the Year You Were Born

Thanks to advances in technology  in recent years, a number of newer companies have achieved rapid growth and ascended the ranks of the Fortune 500. Amazon, for example, was ...
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Why These Esports Firms Could Have an Outsized Impact in 2020

Esports viewership levels are rapidly approaching those of traditional sports, and sponsorship activity is increasing. Canaccord Genuity makes a quarterly report on the esports landscape and the firm sees 10 ...
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How Earnings Will Dictate Biotech Sector’s Fate in 2020

So far in 2020, the overall sentiment in the market still seems good following a strong finish to 2019. This is especially true among biotechnology stocks. The biotechs experienced large ...
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Here’s What People Eat for Good Luck on Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year starts this Saturday, January 25 -- the first day of the annual Spring Festival that is considered the most important Chinese holiday. Also called the Lunar New ...
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What to Watch When Intel Reports After the Close

Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) is scheduled to release its fourth-quarter financial results after the markets close on Thursday. The consensus estimates are calling for $1.25 in earnings per share (EPS) ...
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6 New Credit Suisse Top Number-One Stock Picks for 2020

Every time a new year rolls around, it creates a timely excuse for Wall Street brokerage firms and research firms to refresh their annual views, economic outlooks and make changes ...
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US Drops to Worst Corruption Score in 8 Years

In a report published Thursday, the United States saw its lowest perceived corruption index score since 2012, and it trails far behind the least corrupt nations, Denmark and New Zealand. ...
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Why Wall Street Wants to Stick With Baker Hughes

When oilfield services company Baker Hughes Co. (NYSE: BKR) reported fourth-quarter results on Wednesday, it became the sole member of a club comprised of big oilfield services companies that posted ...
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What to Expect When American Express Reports First Thing Friday

American Express Co. (NYSE: AXP) is set to report its fourth-quarter financial results before the opening bell on Friday. Analysts are calling for $2.01 in earnings per share (EPS) and ...
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100 American Towns Founded Before the American Revolution

The United States was founded almost 244 years ago, but some American towns have been around for more than three centuries, and some longer still. 24/7 Tempo selected 100 ...
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