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Sheryl Sandberg declines to endorse Elizabeth Warren for president, but hints at support

Sheryl Sandberg declines to endorse Elizabeth Warren for president, but hints at support

Sandberg declined multiple times to put her support behind Sen. Elizabeth Warren, but acknowledged she is a Democrat and would like her kids to see a woman president.

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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Snap, Texas Instruments, Chipotle and more

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Snap, Texas Instruments, Chipotle and more

See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.

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Lightning will never ‘strike’ an index fund like it did Biogen on Tuesday, Jim Cramer says

Lightning will never ‘strike’ an index fund like it did Biogen on Tuesday, Jim Cramer says

CNBC's Jim Cramer makes the case that investors should own individual stocks "if you're willing to do the work" and "try to beat the averages."

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Facebook is ‘the biggest threat’ to US democracy, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower says

Facebook is ‘the biggest threat’ to US democracy, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower says

"It was only two weeks ago that Mark Zuckerberg decided that Facebook is not going to censor politicians that are spreading disinformation," Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany...

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Hasbro in Q4 has ‘come out of the gates’ strongly, CEO Brian Goldner tells Jim Cramer

Hasbro in Q4 has ‘come out of the gates’ strongly, CEO Brian Goldner tells Jim Cramer

Hasbro "can grow in the fourth quarter and, as we go forward, we will get through this issue related to the tariffs," CEO Brian Goldner says.

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Chipotle crushes earnings estimates, set to accelerate drive-thru expansion plans

Chipotle crushes earnings estimates, set to accelerate drive-thru expansion plans

Chipotle is now forecasting that it could open fewer than 140 to 155 new stores in fiscal 2019.

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Nike CEO Mark Parker to step down—ex-eBay CEO John Donahoe to replace him

Nike CEO Mark Parker to step down—ex-eBay CEO John Donahoe to replace him

Parker has been Nike's CEO since 2006 and has worked at the company for four decades.

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Beijing reportedly developing plan to replace Hong Kong’s leader by March

Beijing reportedly developing plan to replace Hong Kong’s leader by March

Beijing is reportedly developing a plan to replace Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam by March, the Financial Times reports.

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WeWork’s $47 billion valuation was always a fiction created by SoftBank

WeWork’s $47 billion valuation was always a fiction created by SoftBank

SoftBank's investments caused WeWork's valuation to skyrocket from $17 billion to $47 billion. Now the firm is resetting the terms.

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Cramer says Biogen’s Alzheimer’s treatment could be ‘the biggest drug ever’ as shares soar nearly 30%

Cramer says Biogen’s Alzheimer’s treatment could be ‘the biggest drug ever’ as shares soar nearly 30%

Drugmaker Biogen announced it is seeking regulatory approval for its Alzheimer's drug, months after it stopped testing the treatment.

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