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Weak snacks demand, international challenges hit General Mills sales

General Mills’ Cheerios for sale on a store shelf.Lisa Baertlein | ReutersCheerios maker General Mills Inc’s quarterly sales fell short of Wall Street estimates on Wednesday, hit by weak demand for its baking products and snacks in the United States… Continue Reading →

Amid terrorism talk, bail denied in aircraft sabotage case

In this June 23, 2018 photo, American Airlines grounds crew members sit and wait for a luggage cart to arrive at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C.Kiichiro Sato | AP PhotoA federal judge cited new evidence of potential terrorism… Continue Reading →

Tesla Model 3, Audi e-tron get top marks in crash tests

Visitors look at a Tesla Model 3 during a press preview of the Seoul Motor Show in Goyang, northwest of Seoul, on March 28, 2019.Jung Yeon-Je | AFP | Getty ImagesNew crash tests show the Tesla Model 3 and the… Continue Reading →

The problem with a miles-per-gallon standard

Cars drive over the Golden Gate Bridge in Sausalito, California.Justin Sullivan | Getty ImagesThe Trump administration moved Wednesday to rescind a waiver allowing California to set its own standards for car emissions. Critics understandably called foul. But emissions activists should… Continue Reading →

Tech distributor says smaller firms are ‘much stronger’ than big firms

The head of an IT products and services distributor told CNBC on Tuesday that small- and medium-sized businesses have not slowed down investing like larger corporations, and it’s showing up in the company’s results.”Anecdotally, we think SMB is much stronger… Continue Reading →

I think GE will be higher a year from now

Trade Desk: “I think Trade Desk is oversold. I mean, remember, this is one of those stocks part of this whole cohort that people have been giving up on. I haven’t given up on it, but you’ve got to understand:… Continue Reading →

Jim Cramer’s ‘Mad Money’ Recap & Stock Picks Sept. 18, 2019

CNBC’s Jim Cramer says it’s a positive sign that bank stocks rallied after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell announced the central bank would issue a quarter-point cut in the federal funds rate.The “Mad Money” host tries to make sense of trouble… Continue Reading →

How we avoided big losses from tariffs, US-China trade war

Agriculture is a sector of the American economy that has been impacted heavily by the U.S.-China trade war, but Agco has been able to avoid a lot of those side effects, CEO Martin Richenhagen told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday.That’s… Continue Reading →

Making the Art Institute of Chicago a more inclusive place is about more than just architecture

Edward Kemeyss’ Lions welcome visitors to The Art Institute of Chicago Courtesy of The Art Institute of Chicago Art museums today, and further into the 21st century, must be understood less as impervious temples to culture and more as porous… Continue Reading →

It’s a ‘very positive’ sign that banks rallied on Fed cut

Bank stocks rallied after the Federal Reserve approved a quarter-point cut to interest rates, and that’s a “very positive” sign, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday.The SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) managed to climb 0.68% at session end, in response to… Continue Reading →

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