Month: February 2018

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Box shares plunged 13 percent after hours. The cloud content management company reported smaller losses per share than expected and revenue was in line with Wall Street estimates. CEO Aaron Levie felt confident about the past quarter and its metrics, stating that there are great
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Salesforce stock rose 2 percent shortly after the company reported better-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter of its 2018 fiscal year, which ended on Jan. 31, after the bell on Wednesday. Here’s how the company did: Earnings: Excluding certain items, 35 cents in earnings per share vs. 33 cents as expected by analysts, according to
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Top technology analyst Daniel Ives said a number of trends pose potential upside opportunities for shrewd investors, including shifts toward cloud workspaces and the advent of advanced cybersecurity. CNBC’s Mike Santoli spoke with Ives, who’s been working in space for decades, in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO . “The secular themes that we really
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If you’re an entrepreneur, you may qualify for a 20 percent deduction against qualified business income. This break is available to pass-through entities, including S corporations and limited liability companies. In general, to qualify for the full deduction, your taxable income must be below $157,500 if you’re single or $315,000 if you’re married and file
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Off-price apparel retailer TJX on Wednesday beat analysts’ estimates forholiday-quarter same-store sales as discounts drew more shoppers to its Marmaxx and TJX Canada stores, sending its shares to a record high. The company’s shares rose as much as 8.6 percent to $83.95 in early trading. TJX, which has succeeded in bucking the larger slowdown in
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However, for many people with hefty state and local tax bills, the new federal tax law gives municipal bonds some appeal. The new law caps the state and local tax deduction that can be claimed on federal returns at $10,000. For many households, that cap will outweigh any potential benefits from other changes in the
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Lowe’s and Valspar owner Sherwin-Williams are deepening a decades-old relationship, making the home improvement retailer the sole distributor in the home category of popular paint brands including Minwax, Cabot, and Thompson’s WaterSeal. Sherwin-Williams will continue to operate its own retail storefronts, as it skips over other major retailers for outside distribution in this deal. The
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