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Activist investor Starboard could spur Elanco to step up its profitability

Activist investor Starboard could spur Elanco to step up its profitability

Activist investor Starboard could spur Elanco to step up its profitability Marko Geber | DigitalVision | Getty Images Company: Elanco (ELAN) Business: Elanco is one of the largest global animal health pharmaceutical companies, developing and marketing products for both pet health and farm animals. It offers pet health disease prevention products, such as parasiticide and...

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Can this bounce in the stock market be trusted?

Can this bounce in the stock market be trusted?

Can this bounce in the stock market be trusted? A specialist trader works inside a booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, October 6, 2021. Brendan McDermid | Reuters Over the past five weeks, external threats and internal complications have triggered a fight-or-flight response among investors, sending...

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Medicare open enrollment starts soon. Here's why you should pay attention

Medicare open enrollment starts soon. Here's why you should pay attention

Medicare open enrollment starts soon. Here's why you should pay attention Medicare’s fall open enrollment period starts Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7. This is generally for changes related to Medicare Advantage Plans or prescription drug coverage: You can add, drop or switch them. Here’s what to expect this year. Female doctor working with...

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How much do I need to retire? Here's what top financial advisors say

How much do I need to retire? Here's what top financial advisors say

How much do I need to retire? Here's what top financial advisors say The pandemic was a financial wake-up call for many Americans thinking about retiring. These leaders from CNBC’s FA 100 list weigh in on how to determine exactly how much money you’ll need in retirement now and why the old rules of thumb may no...

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New York and Texas are winning the war to attract bitcoin miners

New York and Texas are winning the war to attract bitcoin miners

New York and Texas are winning the war to attract bitcoin miners New data shows that many of America’s bitcoin miners are based in New York, Kentucky, Georgia, and Texas. Within the U.S., 19.9% of bitcoin’s hashrate is in New York, 18.7% in Kentucky, 17.3% in Georgia, and Texas accounts for 14%, according to Foundry...

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China presses U.S. to cancel tariffs in test of bilateral engagement

China presses U.S. to cancel tariffs in test of bilateral engagement

China presses U.S. to cancel tariffs in test of bilateral engagement The virtual talks between U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai and China’s Vice Premier Liu He follow Tai’s announcement on Monday that she would seek “frank” talks and hold China to its commitments under a “Phase 1” trade deal negotiated by former President Donald Trump....

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China proposes adding cryptocurrency mining to 'negative list' of industries

China proposes adding cryptocurrency mining to 'negative list' of industries

China proposes adding cryptocurrency mining to 'negative list' of industries China added crypto mining to a draft list of industries in which investment is restricted or prohibited, although it reduced the number of sectors on the list. The “negative list” details sectors and industries that are off-limits to both Chinese and foreign investors. Bitcoin on...