Month: April 2019

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Finish Line needs more than a faux-corner store and and a digital effort has delivered.   Image: Author Finish Line has its struggles. A mall-based retailer – in a crowded space and previously focused on “just shoes” – Finish Line lost share for five years to the lifestyle merchandised
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Voters by Ages from the Census Department US Census A recent poll is bad news for Biden (76), Sanders (77), and even Trump (72) and very bad news in progress towards stamping out age-bigotry. More voters in a poll don’t want someone over 75 compared to other factors like being black, or gay, or a
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Give mom something special for Mother’s Day this year. Primary Petals Our mothers do so much for us. But showing our love on Mother’s Day can often be a challenge. Buying a unique, outside-the-box gift is a great way to show her how thoughtful you are. Gifts for the home are particularly appreciated because they’re
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Amazon is reporting its first-quarter earnings results on Thursday after the bell. Executives will discuss the results with analysts at 5:30 p.m. Eastern time. Here’s what analysts expect: EPS: $4.72, according to analysts surveyed by Refinitiv, vs. $3.27 last year Revenue: $59.7 billion, according to Refinitiv, vs. $51 billion a year ago AWS: $7.7 billion,
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Traditional brick and mortar retailers Walmart and Target are a step ahead of Amazon in the delivery battleground: while Amazon is offering 1-day delivery Walmart and Target are already moving to same-day. That’s according to retail equity analyst John Zolidis. “It may be tempting to think that Amazon investing $800 million to move its Prime
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Vote Elections Pixabay Spain is about to hold its most contested general elections in history. The Spanish President Pedro Sánchez called general elections last February after the Government’s defeat to approve the General State Budgets in the Congress.  This Sunday 28, Spanish citizens will vote in a political scenario more fragmented than ever, although in
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Teepee village in Panama Selina The explosive growth within hospitality startups has seen another boost this week with the announcement of $100 million raised for Selina—the ”experiential hospitality” startup that operates similar to the online Airbnb model, but with a greater emphasis on finding unused buildings in interesting locations and adapting them for short-term stays or co-working spaces. They also have an
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Karen Gillan in “Avengers: Endgame” Source: Null Only days ago, it seemed impossible that “Avengers: Endgame” could haul in even close to $300 million domestically during its opening weekend. Now, it seems inevitable. By Saturday, analysts had revised their estimates to suggest the film could track closer to $400 million in its debut. The film,
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Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker wants to help Americans with their personal finance. Black Americans, in particular. Booker’s so-called baby bonds proposal, which has quickly become a centerpiece of the New Jersey senator’s campaign, would provide every child born in the U.S. with a $1,000 savings account. Each year, the government would automatically deposit up
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