Month: August 2019

In this 2017 file photo, Jerome Powell, before being confirmed as chairman of the Federal Reserve, sits in the audience waiting to testify during a Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File) ASSOCIATED PRESS I hope Jerome Powell shows some backbone at the next
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Owners and guests will indulge in their own private pools amid natural surroundings Alaia Belize According to a recent Knight Frank report, branded residences are proliferating from the Caribbean all the way to China. But especially in the Caribbean. The report concludes ultra-high-net-worth buyers are drawn to quality home design, high living standards, inclusive management
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A financial advisory firm has been charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission with defrauding former professional football players. Former principals of Cambridge Capital Group Advisors, Philip Timothy Howard and Don Warner Reinhard, allegedly took more than $4 million from around 20 retired NFL players to invest in private hedge funds managed by the Tallahassee,
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Cans of Campbell Soup Co. Campbell’s chicken noodle and tomato soup. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images U.S. food company Campbell Soup reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit, benefiting from cost cuts, sending shares up 5% before the bell. To better focus on its mainstream soup and snack businesses, Campbell has been streamlining its operations by
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City, Smart City, Defocused, Internet of Things,japan,tokyo Getty Editor’s Note: The original article was published in the August issue of Forbes Real Estate Investor. Written by Benjamin Morton, head of global infrastructure and senior portfolio manager at Cohen & Steers; Humberto Medina, CFA, vice president senior research analyst; Thomas Bohjalian, CFA, head of U.S. real estate
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KTSDESIGN | Science Photo Library | Getty Images Hackers are increasingly targeting the education industry, leaving students’ information vulnerable to identity theft and other types of fraud. Colleges, training providers and other private educational companies received more malicious emails than any other sector in the first quarter of 2019, according to Mimecast, an email and
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