Is Anti-Aging the New Investment Trend?

Is Anti-Aging the New Investment Trend?

Aging. It happens to us all but some of us are trying to slow it down as much as possible. This has created a very lucrative industry filled with anti-aging products from creams to gels, cosmetic procedures, and even products...
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30% of Fitness Trackers Are Abandoned But One Company Found a Way to Recycle Them

30% of Fitness Trackers Are Abandoned But One Company Found a Way to Recycle Them

Taking charge of one’s fitness became easier than ever since the birth of the fitness tracker and companies like Fitbit and Apple that manufacture them. However, 30% of these fitness trackers are abandoned in drawers to collect dust. While the...
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PepsiCo Makes a Big Chinese Purchase for $705 Million

PepsiCo Makes a Big Chinese Purchase for $705 Million

Fast growth in China has just led beverage giant PepsiCo to purchasing a Chinese snack brand called Be & Cheery for $705 million. Known also as Hangzhou Haomusi Food Co., PepsiCo recently bought the company from Haoxiangni Health Food Co....
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The Cereal Industry Gets Revived With a $13 Box from General Mills

The Cereal Industry Gets Revived With a $13 Box from General Mills

Inflation raises the price of almost everything, and cereal is one of the things that has seen a big price jump in the last decade. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, prices for cereals and cereal products were...
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Will Coronavirus Panic Call for a Dismal Q1 Earnings Season?

Will Coronavirus Panic Call for a Dismal Q1 Earnings Season?

The coronavirus continues to spread concern around the world with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling 228 points this past Friday. The virus, which began in Wuhan China, has now infected nearly 77,000 people and has been tied to more...
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Wells Fargo to Shell Out $3 Billion Over its Fraudulent Sales Practices

Wells Fargo to Shell Out $3 Billion Over its Fraudulent Sales Practices

Though it was only in late 2016 that the world learned about the fraudulent ways of Wells Fargo, the nation’s fourth-largest bank had been a part of a scam for many years, where employees opened millions of savings and checking...
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T-Mobile and Sprint Inch Closer to Becoming a Telecom Powerhouse

T-Mobile and Sprint Inch Closer to Becoming a Telecom Powerhouse

It has been an incredible waiting game with Sprint and T-Mobile’s merger, considering that it was two years ago that the two companies announced it. The cellular network providers however are now closer than ever to completing the merger and...
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Boeing’s Max 737 Investigations to Be Expanded

Boeing’s Max 737 Investigations to Be Expanded

There is no denying that 2019 was a remarkably disappointing year for Boeing. The struggling aviation company was considered a “very disappointing company,” by President Trump in Jauary. Trump spoke to CNBC’s Joe Kernen in January about Boeing’s new ti...
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McDonald’s is the Latest Business to Try and Profit on Odd Smelling Candles

McDonald’s is the Latest Business to Try and Profit on Odd Smelling Candles

Gwyneth Paltrow made headlines this year for selling a candle that smells like her vagina. The actress who owns modern life-style brand Goop, has a candle called This Smells Like My Vagina that goes for a cool bargain price of...
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