News 40157, Page 1/2008

Christopher & Banks delisted from New York Stock Exchange

The specialty women's retail chain failed to meet minimum market cap of $15 million.

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Rabbis: 'Not kosher' to patron grocery store during strike

As thousands of Stop & Shop workers remain on strike in New England, some Jewish families are preparing for Passover without the region's largest supermarket chain, which has deep roots in the local Jewish community.

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The Mueller Report’s Free, but Publishers Are Selling It as a Book

A number of book publishers are selling the report, released on Thursday, even though it can be read for free online.

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Golden doctor found guilty of fabricating patient files, then shredding them to cover up his crimes

A federal jury this week found a 49-year-old Golden doctor guilty of falsely billing insurers for services that were never rendered and not medically necessary and then fabricating patient files to cover up his crimes.

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A Diabetes Treatment Revolution Could Bolster These Medtech Firms

Medical device companies like Abbott, Medtronic and Tandem Diabetes are jockeying for a piece of the diabetes treatment market, which could be worth north of $2 trillion by 2030. The post A Diabetes Treatment Revolution Could Bolster These Medtech Firms appeared first on Investor's Business...

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Dow Jones Today Is Led By Travelers, American Express; Software Stocks Weak Again

The Dow Jones today was in the driver's seat in afternoon trading Thursday, led by Travelers and American Express which reported strong earnings. The post Dow Jones Today Is Led By Travelers, American Express; Software Stocks Weak Again appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.

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Stocks Churn Amid Big Sector Swings; Qualcomm, UnitedHealth, Netflix, Union Pacific Are Key Weekly Movers

The stock market churned. A Qualcomm-Apple deal led chips. Medical stocks dived on UnitedHealth. Software names fell. Netflix subscriber guidance was light. Rail stocks rallied on earnings. The post Stocks Churn Amid Big Sector Swings; Qualcomm, UnitedHealth, Netflix, Union Pacific Are Key Weekly...

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Blackstone Will Ditch Partnership Structure to Draw More Investors

It is the latest major investment firm to convert to a standard corporation since tax code changes made such a move more enticing.

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Pinterest Stock Jumps As Trading Begins, Raising $1.4 Billion

Pinterest stock jumped 25% on the first day of trading Thursday with an initial public offering that raised $1.4 billion, with a valuation above $12 billion. The IPO had priced at $19 each. The post Pinterest Stock Jumps As Trading Begins, Raising $1.4 Billion appeared first on Investor's...

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Check Point Earnings Edge Past Estimates, Cybersecurity Stock Falls

Check Point Software Technologies reported slim earnings and revenue growth that narrowly topped views for the first quarter. Shares of the firewall software maker fell in early trading. The post Check Point Earnings Edge Past Estimates, Cybersecurity Stock Falls appeared first on Investor's...

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Medical Stocks Blistered On Sanders Proposal — Is This A Correction?

Medical stocks continued a two-day plunge Thursday on worries over a proposal from Bernie Sanders, a senator and presidential candidate, for a single-payer health care system in the U.S. The post Medical Stocks Blistered On Sanders Proposal — Is This A Correction? appeared first on Investor's...

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Tesla, Facebook, Microsoft, Boeing To Report Earnings: Investing Action Plan

Earnings reports will be led by tech titans like Tesla, Facebook, Microsoft, and Intel along with aerospace giant Boeing and oil majors Exxon and Chevron. The post Tesla, Facebook, Microsoft, Boeing To Report Earnings: Investing Action Plan appeared first on Investor's Business Daily.

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Here’s Soylent’s New Product. It’s Food.

The Silicon Valley food-drink of choice is now a ‘complete nutrition platform.’ The beverage plot thickens.

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