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Have Consumers Forgotten Their Tariff Worries?

The final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index for September rose month over month from a final August reading of 89.8 to 93.2. Economists polled by Bloomberg were expecting a ...
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Will Tuesday’s Stock Market Carnage Already Be Forgotten About on Thursday?

Tuesday's major U.S. stock market selling went from bad to worse as buyers were merely absent ahead of the rare mid-week closure of the U.S. financial markets as a day ...
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90,000 Forgotten Sears Employees

The CEO of Sears Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHLD) wants his hedge fund to buy the company's Kenmore appliance division as another means of getting the retailer cash and stripping it ...
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Apple’s Forgotten iPod

The Apple iPod no longer has importance to the consumer electronics company. It has no line item of its own in the revenue analysis of Apple Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AAPL) quarterly ...
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Google Implements ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Rules in Europe

Following the decision by the European Court of Justice in early May that individuals can ask Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) to remove links to certain documents that turn up in ...
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General Motors Europe Auto Sales Forgottent as It Rejoins S&P

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) posted two pieces of very good news yesterday. It will rejoin the S&P 500, from which it has been absent since its bankruptcy. And it ...
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Forgotten Smartphone Companies Disappear

Almost every major point in the Gartner third-quarter mobile phone report was expected. Sales rose 47% over the same period last year to 428 million. Samsung extended its lead as ...
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In Walmart’s New Success, Mexico Scandal Forgotten

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) shares reached an all-time high as management described the company's plans to challenge Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AMZN) same-day delivery, its plan for more small stores ...
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Sony Ericsson, The Forgotten Smartphone Firm, Makes A Profit

Almost no one mentions also- ran handset company Sony Ericsson anymore. The firm lost money and market share over the last two years. That trend may be in reverse now. ...
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House Flippers: The Forgotten “Victims” Of The Real Estate Implosion

Ask not for whom the foreclosure bell tolls house flippers.  It tolls for thee. With profuse apologies to Ernest Hemingway, that butchered metaphor sums up the predicament facing many real ...
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The Trade Gap And The Yuan, Gone And Forgotten

For some reason, the huge trade gap announcement did not stir much concern in Congress about the value of the yuan. The figure rose to $42.3 billion in May. Instead ...
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SIRIUS Losing XM Founder (that everyone forgot) (SIRI)

SIRIUS XM Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI) announced that Gary Parsons has resigned as Chairman of the Board of Directors. The satellite radio giant has appointed Eddy Hartenstein, an independent director, to ...
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High Oil Prices, Nearly Forgotten, Return

High oil prices were supposed to be a thing of the past, driven lower by over-supply in the US and a continuing recession is almost every large economy other than ...
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Famous Brands For Sale, Gone But Not Forgotten (GE)(GM)(XOM)(FDX)

Corporations often start a business that becomes a famous brand, or buy companies that already have highly recognized brand names.  Over time these brands often lose their earnings power. Corporations ...
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Avaya (AV): Gone But Not Forgotten

As was expected, Avaya (AV), the spawn of such once-great companies as AT&T Bell Labs and Lucent will be taken private by private equity firms TPG Capital and Silver Lake ...
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