The JPMorgan CEO spelled out what he sees as the worst-case scenario for the U.S. economy, and warned that not everyone would be able to withstand it.
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Target expects to lose roughly $1.2 billion in profits from retail theft in 2022 and 2023.
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In the world of stock markets, a well-known adage prevails: insiders may sell shares of their own companies for a myriad of reasons, but their decision to buy stock typically hinges on one belief – that the shares are set to rise. By insiders, we mean the corporate officers that sit on company boards and are the in-the-know types with access to the sort of information not available to the casual investor. By law, they are required to make their purchases public, thereby keeping the playing field
Do you have enough money to retire? There are many different ways to look at this, but the most common is to break it down simply: money in vs. money out. How much income can you generate from your retirement planning, and how much will you need to spend? Here, say that you have $1 […] The post I Have $1 Million in a 401(k) and Will Receive $2,500 Monthly From Social Security. Can I Retire at 65? appeared first on SmartReads by SmartAsset.
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An 85-year-old Indiana-based trucking and logistics company and its affiliates recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection less than nine months after it was acquired by private-equity firm Transport Acquisitions. The post 85-year-old Indiana trucking company files for Chapter 11 appeared first on FreightWaves.
Those who live in areas prone to hurricanes, wildfires, snowstorms and power outages might need to hold on to more cash than others.
There is growing risk to the financials of two big department stores as consumers deal with rising interest rates.
All energy comes with a cost. Fossil fuels, the world’s mainstay, have a high pollution footprint and a dangerous environmental impact, while solar and wind power, frequently touted as options in lieu of hydrocarbons, have extremely low energy densities, intermittent energy production, and a high dollar-cost for installation. This has engineers seeking out alternatives to both, and hydrogen fuel is frequently touted as just such an alternative. Hydrogen solves the problems inherent in fossil fue
Costco's value proposition — especially when it comes to cheap gasoline — continues to bring in customers.
Stocks pulled back as Wall Street continued to face up to the prospect of a long period of high interest rates.
Despite heavy investments in security, the company continued to face "fundamental challenges" to running the stores safely, the retailer said. It operates nearly 2,000 stores across the United States. "We cannot continue operating these stores because theft and organized retail crime are threatening the safety of our team and guests, and contributing to unsustainable business performance," Target said in a statement.
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Nobody makes enemies like Donald Trump, and his 2024 presidential election campaign promises some interesting new ones. The most recent: electric vehicles.
The company's stock soared to close to $80 in March 2021 and it grabbed 84,000 square feet of space in South San Francisco. Two years later, it went fully remote.
Customer inventory adjustment actions amid declining consumer spending and growing recession concerns are likely to have weighed on Micron's (MU) Q4 performance.
Office buildings have been facing serious challenges. With the rise of remote work, amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for physical office space has seen a marked decline. At the same time, interest rates have risen significantly, making borrowing more expensive for office building landlords who are already grappling with higher vacancy rates. Even big players are impacted. W. P. Carey Inc. (NYSE:WPC), a real estate investment trust (REIT) headquartered in New York City, recently ann