Month: April 2020

The torrent of major corporate earnings results continued Thursday, with McDonald’s, CNBC parent Comcast, Twitter, and Kraft Heinz among the many companies reporting before the opening bell on Wall Street. Sales and profits have taken a beating for most corporations in the first quarter of 2020 as the initial effects of the pandemic began to drastically
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In the first episode of In the Pages, watch Robert Goulder, contributing editor at Tax Notes International, and Stephanie Soong Johnston, chief correspondent at Tax Notes Today International, discuss the pros and cons of delaying the work of the OECD inclusive framework. Here are some highlights… On the feasibility of meeting virtually Stephanie Soong Johnston: We’ve been
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©ottawawebdesign – stock.adobe.com When 5 stocks make you ignore 495 others, that’s an issue We are far enough into the year 2020 where some clear patterns can be seen. No, I am not talking about the huge drop in the market during the first quarter. Everyone knows about that. You are probably aware of the
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REALM Founder and CEO Julie Faupel Courtsey of REALM Connecting both personally and professionally is key as we continue to work and live in these challenging and uncharted times. REALM™ takes high-powered global networking to a new level by marrying patented technology and personal connections to luxury real estate brokers through its proprietary platform. REALM
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Jack Dorsey, co-founder and chief executive officer of Twitter Inc., listens during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. Andrew Harrer | Bloomberg | Getty Images Twitter is set to report first-quarter 2020 earnings before the bell on Thursday. The report is expected to give investors further insight
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Ariel Investments co-CEO and president Mellody Hobson speaks at the 2017 Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington, D.C. Paul Morigi | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images Investment expert Mellody Hobson is a firm believer in teaching kids about investing. She’d like it taught at every school in America — even at a young
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Phynart Studio Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, an astounding 53% of the American population felt anxious about personal finances. Undoubtedly, that percentage has grown significantly, with more than 26 million Americans becoming unemployed since then. The statistics are alarming, but it is not time to panic — it’s time to plan. Although many financial plans
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(Photo by Florent Rols/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) As the coronavirus pandemic started to unfold, shoppers rushed to stock up on household staples in preparation for lockdowns and the uncertainty ahead. During the buying frenzy, toilet paper quickly became an international emblem of the broader shortages on supermarket shelves. Scenes on television and social media
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Getty Images If you received a stimulus check for a deceased relative, you should think twice before spending that money. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told The Wall Street Journal that he expects families who receive those checks to return the money. “You’re not supposed to keep that payment,” Mnuchin told the paper. “We’re checking the
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Former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli departs the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, August 3, 2017 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Getty Images Federal prosecutors on Wednesday called notorious pharmaceutical industry fraudster Martin Shkreli “delusional” and greedy as they opposed his bid to win early release from prison to both
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An employee works near a Boeing 737 Max aircraft at Boeing’s 737 Max production facility in Renton, Washington, U.S. December 16, 2019. Lindsey Wasson | Reuters Boeing is scheduled to report first-quarter earnings before the market opens on Wednesday, as the company faces both coronavirus and the more than yearlong grounding of its best-selling plane, the
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SDI Productions Now more than ever, it may pay for students to negotiate with colleges for more money towards tuition. The coronavirus pandemic has left many American families facing financial hardship. However, colleges are also concerned about their fall enrollment, which is likely to drop. Most have already extended decision day for incoming freshmen to
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Image Source | Getty Images When it comes to coronavirus stimulus checks, many say $1,200 isn’t enough. Millions of those one-time payments are still on their way to Americans. The coronavirus shutdown, however, could have economic effects for months. Now, political leaders are turning to proposals for putting more income in Americans’ hands. “Others have
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Local residents line up outside the food pantry Bed Stuy Campaign Against Hunger to receive free food during the COVID-19 pandemic on April 23, 2020 in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Due to increased levels of unemployment, the lines at the daily food pantry have been getting longer. (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via
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