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Retailers resist price hikes but we can’t eat all China tariff costs, says housewares firm founder

Retailers resist price hikes but we can’t eat all China tariff costs, says housewares firm founder

Resistance to price hikes creates a "stressful situation" for businesses that cannot afford to absorb the cost of tariffs on Chinese imports, Casabella's Bruce Kaminstein says.

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If you invested $1,000 in eBay 10 years ago, here’s how much you’d have now

If you invested $1,000 in eBay 10 years ago, here’s how much you’d have now

In honor of eBay turning 24 today, here is how much you would have earned if you invested in the company 10 years ago.

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Lamborghini reveals its first hybrid supercar: The Sian

Lamborghini reveals its first hybrid supercar: The Sian

Ahead of its official Frankfurt Auto show debut, Lamborghini has revealed the Sian, the Italian supercar maker's first hybrid vehicle.

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Alphabet legal chief, already in hot water over past relationship, married an employee this weekend

Alphabet legal chief, already in hot water over past relationship, married an employee this weekend

The marriage comes as Drummond, who made more than $47 million in 2018, toes the line of company policies discouraging employees from dating subordinates, a source of significant employee discontent...

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It’s a ‘great time’ to buy risk assets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategist says

It’s a ‘great time’ to buy risk assets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategist says

Federal Reserve policy and bearish positions from investors make stocks and commodities attractive in the short term, according to BofAML.

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Tyson cuts profit forecast, says slaughterhouse fire among challenges

Tyson cuts profit forecast, says slaughterhouse fire among challenges

Tyson Foods said Tuesday it is experiencing short-term challenges that are negatively affecting fourth quarter earnings.

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Ex-Walmart US CEO: Move to stop selling some ammo ‘thoughtful,’ but unlikely to reduce gun violence

Ex-Walmart US CEO: Move to stop selling some ammo ‘thoughtful,’ but unlikely to reduce gun violence

Bill Simon tells CNBC that the company "had to take some sort of action" after two shootings occurred in its stores.

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Kroger joins Walmart in asking shoppers not to openly carry guns in stores

Kroger joins Walmart in asking shoppers not to openly carry guns in stores

Kroger on Tuesday followed Walmart in asking shoppers not to openly carry guns in any of its stores, in states where "open carry" is allowed, unless they are authorized law enforcement...

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Hurricane Dorian leads to hundreds of canceled flights at Florida airports

Hurricane Dorian leads to hundreds of canceled flights at Florida airports

More than 1,500 flights for Tuesday and Wednesday operating through Florida airports have been canceled due to Hurricane Dorian.

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UK lawmakers vote to take control of parliament in bid to prevent a no-deal Brexit

UK lawmakers vote to take control of parliament in bid to prevent a no-deal Brexit

U.K. lawmakers have taken another step toward wresting control of the Brexit process away from Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his government.

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