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An Under Armour store front is seen on November 04, 2019 in Sunrise, Florida. Joe Raedle | Getty Images Under Armour shares plummeted Monday morning after the company reported sales that missed analysts’ estimates during the holiday quarter. Providing its 2020 outlook, Under Armour also said it expects the coronavirus outbreak in China to lower sales
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Kang-ho Song, Hye-jin Jang, Woo-sik Choi, So-dam Park in the movie “Parasite.” Source: Parasite In “Parasite,” the South Korean thriller that took home four Oscars Sunday night, including the award for best picture, the tension between rich and poor is on full display, juxtaposing the luxury and abundance of the haves with the hardship and
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Monzo co-founder and CEO Tom Blomfield. Monzo Tom Blomfield doesn’t think big banks will ever undergo a digital transformation. The British fintech CEO says banking behemoths like Barclays and HSBC are saddled with outdated technology and a risk-averse culture to respond to the challenge that upstarts like his digital bank, Monzo, present. “The banks really
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A Popeyes restaurant is seen on in Washington D.C. Eric Baradat | AFP | Getty Images The return of Popeyes’ chicken sandwich helped parent company Restaurant Brands International top analysts’ expectations for its quarterly earnings and revenue. Shares of the company rose more than 1% in premarket trading on Monday. Here’s what the company reported compared
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Guido Mieth | DigitalVision | Getty Images About 40% of older Americans rely exclusively on Social Security for retirement income, according to recent research from the National Institute on Retirement Security. It’s an attention-grabbing statistic. And one expert in particular, Andrew Biggs, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, finds it hard to believe. Much of
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President Donald Trump is calling for cuts to the Education Department Nicholas Kamm/Getty Images As student debt continues to climb, President Donald Trump released a budget for 2021 on Monday that would slash many of the programs aimed at helping borrowers. Student loan spending would be cut by $170 billion in Trump’s plan, titled “A
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Hospital staff in protective garments walk at a checkpoint to the Hubei province exclusion zone at the Jiujiang Yangtze River Bridge in Jiujiang, Jiangxi province, China, as the country is hit by an outbreak of a new coronavirus, February 1, 2020. The banner reads: ‘Committed to the fight to prevent and control the epidemic’. Thomas
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Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, a democratic presidential candidate, attends the U.S Conference of Mayors 88th Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C, January 22, 2020. Yasin Ozturk | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Democratic presidential candidates are taking aim at a new tax break for small businesses. Billionaire Michael Bloomberg last week pitched a
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As the ESG and sustainable investing movement grows, Societe Generale quantified the potentially large consequences for companies that don’t follow suit. The firm found that in two thirds of “high ESG controversy” cases a company’s stock experienced “sustained underperformance,” trailing the global index by an average of 12% over the course of the following 2
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Pinterest screen on a mobile phone Source: Pinterest Check out the companies making headlines after the bell: Pinterest — The online scrapbook company’s stock rose more than 17% in extended trading after it beat analysts’ estimates for fourth-quarter revenue and monthly active users. Pinterest reported fourth-quarter earnings of 12 cents per share excluding some items
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PSA CEO Carlos Tavares and FCA CEO Mike Manley shake hands after signing a combination agreement that will lead to the creation of the world’s fourth-largest global automaker in terms of annual sales (8.7 million vehicles). FCA Fiat Chrysler posted a 7% rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, boosted by strong business in North America
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