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11 infamous scandals that took down celebrity pitchmen
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    621 Visits

Sandwich chain Subway's 15-year-relationship with spokesman Jared Fogle came to an appalling end Wednesday morning. Th

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HP revenue and profit slide, stock falls on weak forecast
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    1250 Visits
[...] after several years of weak performance, the company is spending billions of dollars on restructuring as it prepares to split into two separate corporations - one focused on PCs and printers, and the other selling commercial tech products. Consumers are buying fewer PCs and printers, while business customers are shifting to a "cloud computing" model that lowers the cost of software and redu ...>>
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Houston unemployment rate ticks up
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    409 Visits
Texas employers in the trade, transportation and utilities industry expanded their payrolls by 13,300 jobs in July, contributing to a 3 percent annual growth rate for this industry. The leisure and hospitality industry added jobs for the 49th consecutive month, with 5,300 positions added, and the construction industry picked up 2,200 jobs in July, according to the news release.
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Stock market activity this week
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    889 Visits
Increased dividends Delta Natural Gas .205 from .20 Targacept $1.6492 prior to 1-7 reverse split Stock splits this week Acquisitions, mergers Nasdaq Global andGlobal Select Markets Stocks removed from trading Nasdaq Global andGlobal Select Markets
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Here's why McDonald's is betting on all-day breakfast to boost sales
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    384 Visits

McDonald's plans to roll out all-day breakfast offerings soon. The move makes good business sense. For all the ridicule Mickey D's takes for its not-so-healthy fast food options, people love the chain's breakfast.

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11 infamous scandals that took down celebrity pitchmen
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    1078 Visits

Sandwich chain Subway's 15-year-relationship with spokesman Jared Fogle came to an appalling end Wednesday morning. Th

Reference: www.chron.com
HP revenue and profit slide, stock falls on weak forecast
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    1057 Visits
[...] after several years of weak performance, the company is spending billions of dollars on restructuring as it prepares to split into two separate corporations - one focused on PCs and printers, and the other selling commercial tech products. Consumers are buying fewer PCs and printers, while business customers are shifting to a "cloud computing" model that lowers the cost of software and redu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Houston unemployment rate ticks up
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    886 Visits
Texas employers in the trade, transportation and utilities industry expanded their payrolls by 13,300 jobs in July, contributing to a 3 percent annual growth rate for this industry. The leisure and hospitality industry added jobs for the 49th consecutive month, with 5,300 positions added, and the construction industry picked up 2,200 jobs in July, according to the news release.
Reference: www.chron.com
Stock market activity this week
Business
Published in 22-8-2015
    554 Visits
Increased dividends Delta Natural Gas .205 from .20 Targacept $1.6492 prior to 1-7 reverse split Stock splits this week Acquisitions, mergers Nasdaq Global andGlobal Select Markets Stocks removed from trading Nasdaq Global andGlobal Select Markets
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A 5.5 percent CD yield? Think again
Business
Published in 15-8-2015
    515 Visits
Plain as day, a newspaper advertisement offers an FDIC-insured certificate of deposit. The ad also contains a reassuring Better Business Bureau logo, two phone numbers and some fine print. Yields on safe savings have gone from puny to pathetic. [...] a courageous businessperson finds the Lost Mine of Good CD Yields and shares it with the long-suffering public. If you take your savings to Wells ...>>
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Activist shareholder buys Sysco stock, seeks change
Business
Published in 15-8-2015
    308 Visits

Activist shareholder Nelson Peltz and his Trian Group have taken a stake in Sysco, saying in filings with federal regulators that the Houston food distributor is underperforming financially despite its competitive advantages. Trian wants to review Sysco's financial structure, spending, corporate governance and board structure, including the possibility of seeking board seats.

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Time running out for storm-related unemployment benefits
Business
Published in 15-8-2015
    898 Visits
Residents of Warton and several other Texas counties who lost their livelihood as a result of the severe storms that swept through the area between May 4 and June 22 have just a few days remaining to file for unemployment benefits. The Texas Workforce Commission reminded residents affected by the flooding, winds and tornadoes in Wharton, Hood, Madison and Shelby counties that they must apply for ...>>
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Stock market activity this week
Business
Published in 15-8-2015
    404 Visits
Increased dividends Starwood Waypoint .19 from .14 Declared stock splits First Business Financial 2-for-1 Nasdaq Global and Global Select Markets Conifer Holdings Inc (IPO) Global Blood Therapeutics Inc (IPO) Stocks Removed from Trading Associated Estates Realty Corp NASDAQ Global and Global Select Markets
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Social Security's still not out of the woods
Business
Published in 8-8-2015
    307 Visits
The Social Security trustees released their new report last month. Hours later, Huffington Post writer Nancy Altman made a declaration. The "2015 Trustees Report Confirms That Expanding Social Security Is Fully Affordable." Altman is co-founder of Social Security Works. The organization has the laudable goal of expanding Social Security rather than shrinking it. I love that goal. As defined-benefi ...>>
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Blue Bell can begin ice cream production again at Alabama plant following Listeria outbreak
Business
Published in 8-8-2015
    922 Visits

Blue Bell can begin production and sell of ice cream immediately at its Sylacauga, Alab. plant, according to reports.

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