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Coke shares pop ahead of one of ‘most promising’ new launches in decades

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Coca-Cola shares rallied after its latest earnings report Friday, and the highly anticipated launch of a Red Bull, Monster Beverage energy drink competitor is coming. Source link: Click here for more
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NYSE owner ICE launches deliverable bitcoin futures contracts

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Intercontinental Exchange, the owner of the New York Stock Exchange, launched its bitcoin futures contracts late Sunday, in a move aimed at enticing investors who have hesitated about trading the cryptocurrency. The first trade in the new contracts was executed on ICE’s futures exchange at 8:02 p.m. ET at a...
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‘I’m actually excited’ about iPhone sales in China

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer is bullish about Apple‘s iPhone potential in China. The tech titan has been a focal point of the trade war between the United States and China, but the dispute reportedly has not damped Chinese consumer interest in the latest iPhone launch that hit stores worldwide on Friday....
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These are the stocks CNBC’s Jim Cramer thinks you should buy right now

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Last week, Jim Cramer held his annual fantasy stock draft, and the “Mad Money” host now is helping investors scan the market “waiver wire” to find some bargains. “That’s some authentic fantasy football gibberish that means trying to pick up some bargains, players not signed by other teams that have...
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Jack Ma steps down as Alibaba (BABA) chairman: History of the company

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2019 is a big year for Alibaba. The Chinese e-commerce giant is celebrating its twentieth anniversary and its high-profile founder Jack Ma, is stepping down as chairman on Tuesday. Since its founding in 1999, Alibaba has gone from being a traditional e-commerce company to a conglomerate that has businesses from...
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How Walmart is trying to recruit more teen employees

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There is no company in the world that employs more people than Walmart. It has 2.2 million employees globally. If the retailer were a country, its population would be somewhere between Gabon and Gambia. But in a tight job market, Walmart is now getting creative when it comes to hiring....
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Starbucks to boost workers’ mental health benefits, reduce ‘remedial tasks’

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Kevin Johnson, CEO, Starbucks Scott Mlyn | CNBC CHICAGO — As 12,000 Starbucks store managers from the U.S. and Canada descended on Chicago this week, the coffee chain announced a series of changes coming soon that will affect employees. Starbucks’ Leadership Experience was the first conference for its employees since...

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