Finance

Fluorescent shipping containers, billiard tables atop AstroTurf, and his signature “MATH” campaign signs plastered to the walls greeted Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on Thursday night at a fundraiser in downtown San Francisco. Hundreds of supporters braved a torrential downpour and a line that wrapped around city blocks to see the entrepreneur and nonprofit executive,
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David Tepper, founder of Appaloosa Management, said Friday he still likes this bull market, which is the longest on record.  ”I love riding a horse that’s running,” Tepper told CNBC’s Joe Kernen in an exclusive email. ”We have been long and continue that way.” The current bull market started in March of 2009. Since then, the S&P 500
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Honey co-founders Ryan Hudson and George Ruan. PayPal Amazon has beef with the start-up PayPal recently acquired, Honey. During the height of the holiday shopping season, the e-commerce giant warned some users that the browser extension could be a “security issue.” “Honey tracks your private shopping behavior, collects data like your order history and items
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Every year millions of Americans make resolutions, and every year those same Americans fall short of reaching their goals. To fuel a commitment toward a healthier financial well-being in 2020, the Invest In You team asked readers and viewers to reveal their goals. The response was overwhelming — and humbling. Several themes emerged, including investing
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This year may bring sticker shock for publicly traded U.S. companies when they get their insurance bill. The risks of being sued have skyrocketed and the price of insurance premiums is rising right alongside, especially for liability insurance to cover directors and officers, or D&O. Insurance broker and consulting firm Woodruff Sawyer said D&O costs
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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) speaks during a campaign event at NOAH’s Events Venue on December 30, 2019 in West Des Moines, Iowa. Joe Raedle | Getty Images J.P. Morgan’s private bank, which manages $2.2 trillion for wealthy clients, said a presidential victory from a radical leftist candidate is among the biggest threats
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