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  • Papa John's stock crashes and it may all be because of the NFL
    Business
    The Street14 hours ago

    Papa John's stock crashes and it may all be because of the NFL

    It looks like people didn't eat up enough Papa John's (PZZA) pizzas during football season as Wall Street bankers had hoped. Shares of the pizza giant plunged 8% to $78.83 Wednesday after fourth quarter sales fell short of Wall Street's estimates. Papa John's fourth quarter adjusted earnings came in at 88 cents a share, higher than the 66 cents expected by analysts. But, the company posted weak revenue of $439.6 million, missing Wall Street's estimates of $447 million. System-wide same-store sales in North America rose 3.8%, falling short of estimates for a gain of 5.9%. It's not hard to blame Wall Street for the harsh reaction: shares of Papa John's have surged about 38% over the past year,

  • 31-year-old millionaire who saves 50% of his income shares his No. 1 money-saving tip
    Business
    CNBC.com20 hours ago

    31-year-old millionaire who saves 50% of his income shares his No. 1 money-saving tip

    When Grant of Millennial Money looked at his bank balance after graduating from college, he knew he had to buckle down. With $2.26 to his name, he moved back in with his parents, landed a digital marketing job and started building websites on the side to complement his $50,000 salary. Within a year, Grant was making more money from his side gig than his full-time job. "I was hooked and turned my side hustle into a digital agency that I still run today," the now 31-year-old, who goes by his first name exclusively, tells CNBC. "I've generated millions and millions of dollars in revenue growth across my clients." Five years after taking a screenshot of his $2.26 balance, Grant hit seven figures.

  • Here's how much money you should have saved at every age
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    CNBC22 hours ago

    Here's how much money you should have saved at every age

    When it comes to savings, Americans are falling short. Nearly 70% of adults have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts . Retirement funds are looking equally bleak. In fact, about half of US families have zero retirement account savings . "Particularly