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A Chinese flag is placed on merchandise in the NBA flagship retail store on October 9, 2019 in Beijing, China. Kevin Frayer | Getty Images NBA Commissioner Adam Silver will face “retribution sooner or later” for lying about the Chinese government, state broadcaster CCTV said in a commentary published late Friday. The broadcaster said Silver
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The tail wing of an American Airlines plane pulls into its gate after arriving at the Miami International Airport. Joe Raedle | Getty Images Government investigators have received details of a 2016 internal Boeing report that reportedly shows that about one-third of employees who responded felt “potential undue pressure” from management regarding safety approvals by
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Activision will release “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” on October 25, the 16th installment in the “Call of Duty” video game series. This first-person shooter game isn’t out yet, but fans who have been playing the beta version since its September debut are already embroiled in heated arguments over it. On a “Call of Duty”-related
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer has a jam-packed week full of earnings reports circled on his calendar for the trading week starting Monday. Questions abound whether economic weakness and trade worries will continue to spook investors, although consumer-based companies are given a pass, the “Mad Money” host said Friday. “Next week is tough to game. Too many
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The labor marker is tight. Unemployment hit a 50-year low in September, and human resource departments across the country are scrambling for ways to attract new workers. Walmart‘s plan involves courting teenagers. The company has 2.2 million employees globally. In the U.S., it has 1.4 million workers but fewer than 25,000 are in high school.
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It is “logical” for McLaren Automotive to continue manufacturing in the U.K. in spite of Brexit concerns, the firm’s chief executive said on Tuesday. “You only need one manufacturing location for 5,000 cars a year,” Mike Flewitt, chief executive officer of McLaren told CNBC’s “Street Signs.” “It would be uneconomic to do anything else,” he
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The future of capitalism hinges on how the U.S. government enforces its antitrust laws on the largest technology corporations in the country, Salesforce.com co-CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC on Wednesday. The Salesforce founder criticized social media platforms for their vulnerability to bad actors, reiterating his belief that Facebook is “probably the new cigarettes” because it
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House lawmakers are upping the pressure on the e-cigarette industry with two hearings scheduled Wednesday morning looking to rein in the industry and assess its risk as an emerging public health threat. The House Appropriations Committee and an Energy and Commerce subcommittee have called physicians, parent groups, public health officials and anti-smoking groups to testify.
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State and local officials are reportedly in talks with three major drug distributors on a potential $18 billion settlement of litigation that blames them for helping to fuel the U.S. opioid epidemic. The potential settlement, according to the Wall Street Journal, would require McKesson Corp., AmerisourceBergen Corp. and Cardinal Health to collectively pay the $18 billion over
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