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Vivien Killilea | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images LaCroix Sparkling Water at the EcoLuxe Lounge in Park City, Utah.  Nick Caporella, CEO of LaCroix parent company National Beverage, has been slapped with lawsuits by two pilots alleging sexual harassment, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The two former employees claimed Caporella inappropriately touched them
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Cros Garcia | Corbis | Getty Images A view of the HTC company logo on their stand during the Mobile World Congress on March 1, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. It was once a powerhouse in the cellphone marketplace, supplying a tenth of the world’s smartphones in 2011. Now, after consecutive financial losses, HTC is cutting
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Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Dell Technologies Class V – The computer maker announced a buyout of the shares that track the performance of its cloud software unit, VMWare, which itself is a publicly traded company. The deal exchanges DVMT shares for either cash or shares of a new class of
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President Donald Trump’s threatened trade tariffs are like a “thunderstorm” facing Europe, according to the head of a German industry body. “There is a thunderstorm coming from the west of the Atlantic, and we should all prepare for this in Europe and we should work on these issues (around trade),“ Joachim Lang, director general of
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— This is the script of CNBC’s news report for China’s CCTV on June 15, 2018, Friday. Elizabeth One of the biggest ideas in the payments industry is called biometrics. All you need to make a payment? Your voice, your face, your fingerprint, maybe even your heartbeat. Hello Knomi, please verify my identity. There we
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— This is the script of CNBC’s news report for China’s CCTV on June 15, 2018, Friday. When Amazon acquired the whole foods market and scaled up their retail shares battle from online to offline, a new giant may appear in this market, that’s the Microsoft. According the information from Reuters, Microsoft is developing a
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Tesla may start turning a profit as early as this year, automotive analyst Jamie Albertine told CNBC. “Based on what we’re seeing in the trajectory of production, we think they will be profitable on a non-gap basis later this year,” Albertine said Friday on “Power Lunch.” “We think we’ll be testing $385 [price target], on
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Egypt’s experience at this year’s FIFA tournament — its first World Cup qualification in 28 years — holds important lessons that can help it and other emerging nations fulfill their economic potential, El-Erian argued in an op-ed published on Project Syndicate. One major takeaway from the team’s performance is finishing the job, the Allianz chief
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