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Howard Stern Kevin Mazur | Getty Images Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei believes the company is well positioned to capitalize on the growing popularity of podcasts and other audio content. Maffei, who joined CNBC’s David Faber from Liberty’s investor day in New York, said that while there is competition for audio content, exclusive agreements should
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The third posting in this series, Stocks To Trade In October, appeared on September 23rd. Let us review the October stock recommendations. The DJIA rose by 0.48% in that month. Of the eight buys, five rose for an average gain of 3.22%. Of the four short sales, two declined for an average loss of 1.10%.
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Yet another business leader speaks out against Warren. Bryan Bedder/Getty Topline: A week after accusing Senator Elizabeth Warren of “tribalism,” former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein again blasted the Democratic 2020 candidate for her war on billionaires, denouncing politicians like her for moving away from “populism”
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Disasters like wild fires can devastate a municipality’s financial stability. Getty There are numerous details for municipal bond investors to stress over: unfunded pensions, other post-employment benefits (OPEBs) owed, cyberattacks and their ransom demands. But the big headlines consuming municipal bond investors today is climate change and man-made disasters—flooding, droughts, hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires. Even
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A group of 73 foreigners have become the first to benefit from Saudi Arabia’s latest effort to open up its economy, after being granted ‘premium residency’ visas. They are paying handsomely for the privilege. A permanent ‘green card’ (as they are sometimes called) costs a one-off fee of SR800,000 ($213,000), while the one-year, renewable version
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