Month: August 2019

Jack Dorsey, chief executive officer and co-founder of Square Inc., speaks during a Bloomberg Television interview on Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017. Bloombeg | Getty Images Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account on the social network was compromised on Friday and began sending out erratic tweets. Dorsey’s account began sending a flurry of tweets, including some with
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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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The “Fast Money ” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Steve Grasso was a buyer of Trinseo. Savita Subramanian was a buyer of the Financial sector. Dan Nathan was a buyer of Microsoft. Guy Adami was a buyer of CBS.  Disclosure Trader disclosure: Steve Grasso is long stock AAPL, BHC, CAR, EVGN, GE,
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Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivan that’s party of Waymo’s fleet Waymo General Motors and Alphabet’s Waymo are among the companies encouraging federal safety regulators to swiftly, yet safely, update laws to better accommodate the testing and approval of fully autonomous vehicles on U.S. public roadways, even those without driver controls. The companies, considered by many to
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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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Former New York Fed President Bill Dudley‘s push for the central bank to consider the 2020 election when crafting monetary policy is “grossly irresponsible” behavior, economist Larry Summers told CNBC on Thursday. Dudley, in a Wednesday post on Bloomberg, suggested the Federal Reserve could, and should, try to sway the election against President Donald Trump.
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