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Watch this level in Lululemon as fellow athleisure giant Nike reports

It’s hard to be sour on Lululemon.The athleisure stock has been something of a juggernaut this year, rallying over 60% since the start of 2019. With fellow sportswear giant Nike reporting earnings after Tuesday’s closing bell, some investors are taking… Continue Reading →

‘A democratic vote swayed by lies is not democracy’—Mary Beard on what antiquity can teach us about political spin

Boris Johnson (left) and Emperor Nero (right) The world may be gaping in astonishment at the mess the UK is making with Brexit, but in the arts it can still hack it. Nearly half of this week’s Emmy awards went… Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax may include $1 million marriage penalty

Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax may create a new incentive for rich couples to divorce to avoid the tax.In a recent analysis of the Democratic presidential candidate’s signature tax, Harvard economist N. Gregory Mankiw said that because of the… Continue Reading →

Netflix stock is ‘very expensive’ under valuation method

Reed Hastings, chief executive officer of Netflix Inc.Akio Kon | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesBarclays on Monday took a new swing at the difficult task of valuing growth companies, applying its new framework to the often opaque valuation of Netflix.”Overall, our… Continue Reading →

Bogotá’s Artbo closes its 15th edition on a vigilant note

Vernissage at Artbo 2019 © Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá The International Art Fair of Bogotá (Artbo) closed its 15th edition on Sunday 22 September to mixed results. This edition was held one month earlier than in previous years due… Continue Reading →

Approach unicorn IPOs, like Peloton, going public with caution

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Monday told investors to beware hyped-up IPOs such as WeWork and Uber with overly ambitious mission statements that don’t accurately reflect their actual businesses.”How about Peloton? Do we want shares of Peloton? See, here’s what I… Continue Reading →

Beyond the Metaphysical: Milan show aims to reassess Giorgio de Chirico’s late period

“And what shall I love if not the enigma?” goes the inscription in Latin across the base of Giorgio de Chirico’s melancholic 1911 self-portrait. Hailed as a visionary by the Surrealists for his unsettling Metaphysical paintings of the 1910s and… Continue Reading →

Elon Musk shows SpaceX rocket Starship consutrction in Texas

A photo from SpaceX CEO Elon Musk of the company “adding the rear moving fins” to the first Starship rocket in Boca Chica, Texas.@elonmuskSpaceX is deep into development of its Starship rocket, with recent updates from CEO Elon Musk showing… Continue Reading →

The Emmy Awards prove that the future of hit TV shows is not on cable

British actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge accepts the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series award for “Fleabag” onstage during the 71st Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on September 22, 2019.FREDERIC J. BROWN | AFP | Getty ImagesThink… Continue Reading →

Boeing 737 Max’s return up to each country’s government, FAA says

The Boeing 737 Max’s return to service after two fatal crashes will be up to the safety assessment of each country, the Federal Aviation Administration said Monday. FAA Administrator Steve Dickson reiterated on Monday that the agency, which has historically… Continue Reading →

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