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Kevin Johnson, CEO, Starbucks Scott Mlyn | CNBC Starbucks is expected to report its fiscal first-quarter earnings after the bell Tuesday. Here’s what Wall Street analysts surveyed by Refinitiv are expecting: Earnings per share: 55 cents expected Revenue: $6.93 billion expected At the coffee giant’s investor day in December, CFO Pat Grismer reiterated the company’s
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Economic Security Planning, Inc. Today’s column addresses questions about when continuing income after full retirement age (FRA) might increase Social Security retirement benefit rates, whether the earnings test affects eligibility for a survivor’s benefit and filing online. Larry Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics at Boston University and the founder and president of Economic Security
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Paramedics work inside an ambulance parked outside the Royal London Hospital in east London on January 21, 2021. DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS | AFP | Getty Images LONDON — The U.K.’s death toll from the coronavirus pandemic has hit 100,000, the grim milestone reached on Tuesday as a recent surge in infections continues to put pressure on
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Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk Getty Images The two richest men on the planet are sparring in front of federal regulators over the massive satellite internet projects their companies are developing. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter on Tuesday, as his company works to persuade Federal Communications Commission officials that it should allow SpaceX
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Plastic ‘house’ tents are set outside a restaurant on the Upper West Side as the city continues the re-opening efforts following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on November 01, 2020 in New York City. Noam Galai | Getty Images More than 110,000 eating and drinking establishments closed last year, either temporarily or
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Getty getty Democrats took control in Washington and began laying out their agenda for the next four years. Many media outlets across the country may shift their economic outlook as a result. The press organizations that were negative on the markets, foreign policy, defense, and healthcare, over the last four years may now turn positive
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