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AT&T Still Plagued By Landline Attrition

AT&T (NYSE:T) turned in strong wireless numbers but its fiber-to-the-home numbers were anemic. The drop in its consumer landline business continues to damage the company's prospects For the quarter ended ...
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Techs Fared Worse Than Financials In Q1: The Plague Of The High PE

With all of the carnage in the financial sector it would be hard to believe that any other group of stocks could have done worse. The technology sector claims that, ...
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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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Canadian Government Greenlights Pipeline Expansion

Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, and his Liberal government have approved the proposed expansion of the controversial Trans Mountain Pipeline that carries crude oil from the oil sands of western ...
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Best New Car Brands of 2019

One of the most carefully followed new car brand rating reports -- the J.D. Power 2019 Initial Quality Survey -- was released today. The survey influences new car buyers as ...
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20 Facts You Didn’t Know About “Jaws”

The original release of Steven Spielberg’s “Jaws” set off a chain reaction that revolutionized the way movies studios operate. The film is now not only remembered for scaring million away ...
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Two Very Speculative Biotechs With Promising Alzheimer’s Treatment Hopefuls

The biotechnology sector is generally considered the most volatile and riskiest sector within all of healthcare. Some companies have created massive wealth in this sector. And some companies have produced ...
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VentureBeat: Apple’s rich execs have lost Steve Jobs’ common touch

From Jeremy Horowitz’ “Apple’s $999 Pro Stand is just the latest sign of its identity crisis” posted Friday: The complex reality is that Apple has been selling a mix ...
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This Baseball Team Draws Practically No Fans to Their Games

Baseball is a 162 game sprint, every season between April and September. At the end of the sprint is the World Series. Over that period MLB teams make money several ...
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Credit Suisse Sees Major Price Risks for Steel Companies, and a Silver Lining

With a trade war with China, and with an infrastructure package now looking dead, the steel industry has a lot to deal with, though the tariff issues have been worked ...
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100 Saddest Movies of All Time

“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson in her 1961 hit song of (almost) the same name. In her case, as it turned out, it wasn’t really the ...
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100 Saddest Movies of All Time

“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson in her 1961 hit song of (almost) the same name. In her case, as it turned out, it wasn’t really the ...
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20 Airlines That Have Gone Out of Business in the Past Year

Neither the size of an airline or its longevity is a guarantee, nor is its continued operation. An examination of industry failures over the last year makes this clear, though ...
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Can You Guess America’s Favorite Federal Agency?

The reputation of the federal government is often rated poorly. Members of Congress get poor grades too. However, the reputations of federal government agencies vary widely. One of the most ...
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5 Jefferies Franchise Picks to Buy With Virtually No Foreign Tariff Exposure

Like it or not, at least for the time being, it appears that the U.S. president is staying true to his word and slapping 25% tariffs on up to $200 ...
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