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The United States and Chinese telecom giant Huawei should work out their differences for the sake of the consumer, Boost Mobile founder Peter Adderton told CNBC on Wednesday. Huawei does have “some incredibly good technology, so I hope they sort that out quickly,” said Adderton, former CEO of the U.S. arm of the prepaid wireless
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PayPal‘s shares were one of the best market performers Tuesday despite the tie-up between Global Payments and Total System Services that’s worth $21.5 billion of stock, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said. The stock climbed 1.72% during the same session, while two major indexes declined nearly 1%. “Every time you see competitors teaming up to try to
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Ryan Graves was Uber’s first full-time CEO and employee, who was last senior vice president of global operations before announcing he would step down in August 2017. Graves said at that time he would remain on the board during the search for the replacement of his CEO successor, Travis Kalanick. Uber Uber said in a
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CNBC’s Healthy Returns Summit was held earlier this week in New York City, featuring keynote presentations and panel discussions on the future of the health-care industry. Topics ranged from controversial genetic-editing technique CRISPR to the way AI is changing the practice of drug discovery and medicine and reform of the U.S. health-care system. An audience
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Jamison Crowell is the executive director of the DC Area Trans-Masculine Society, Friday, March 15, 2019, in Washington, DC. Jahi Chikwendiu | The Washington Post | Getty Images The Trump administration on Friday rolled back health-care protections for transgender people by moving to end an Obama-era policy that prohibited health providers from discriminating against patients
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Shares of Chipotle took a hit on Thursday on what CNBC’S Jim Cramer deemed misguided Wall Street analysis. “Chipotle’s stock got slammed nearly 5% on BMO’s errant note,” the “Mad Money” host said. Earlier in the day, BMO Capital Markets downgraded the restaurant chain from “market perform” to “underperform” because of the African swine fever
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer continues to suggest that investors should own Apple’s stock and not trade it, even as the company weathers the storm of the prolonged trade war. “You need to strap yourself to the mast if you’re gonna hold onto this one, as we’ve done for my charitable trust,” the “Mad Money” host said
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Environmentalists protesting outside Amazon’s shareholder meeting Paayal Zaveri | CNBC Amazon‘s annual shareholder meeting on Thursday turned hostile as shareholders demanded change on a number of issues, ranging from renewable energy use to equal pay. Dozens of shareholders, including current employees, joined the meeting in Seattle, presenting their case over 12 different proposals. They included
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday it appears that cannabis companies could be seeing some “meaningful differentiation.” He took a look at the chart patterns of stocks in the sector as interpreted by Tim Collins, a technician and Cramer colleague at RealMoney.com. “The charts, as interpreted by Tim Collins, suggest that GW Pharma and Village Farms
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer revealed Monday that he has a “hard pass” on newly-public Luckin Coffee. That’s because initial public offerings of Chinese-owned companies have brought too much pain, he said. Luckin, the Beijing-based chain that wants to surpass Starbucks as the biggest coffee chain in that country, surged as much as 50% after opening at
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