Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Apple stock dipped slightly after the bell. The tech giant on Thursdays issued an apology to customers, after reports emerged that Apple introduced software that intentionally slows-down iPhones with older batteries. Shares of Mosaic rose more than 1.6 percent in relatively light volume after hours.
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For instance, in New Rochelle, New York, where a portion of taxes due in 2018 (and already assessed) are being accepted early, residents already have prepaid about $15 million. The average annual property tax bill there tops $18,000. “What we’re telling residents is that we’ll accept these prepayments but they should check with a financial
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A Democratic congressional candidate outside Philadelphia calls the Republican tax overhaul a “cynical bill” that will redistribute wealth upward. One of her counterparts in California dismisses estimates of tax savings for most U.S. households and says the legislation is “just putting money in the pocket of the wealthy.” And in Kansas, a Democratic candidate for
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The “Fast Money” traders shared their first moves for the market open. Pete Najarian was a buyer of PepsiCo. Tim Seymour was a buyer of Western Digital. Rich Ross was a buyer of United Rentals. Dan Nathan was a buyer of Broadcom. Trader disclosure: On December 27, 2017, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or
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Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell: Apple — Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook‘s total compensation for fiscal year 2017 jumped by 47 percent to $12.8 million. Other top executives also got sizable raises for the fiscal year ending in September, as the company surpassed annual sales and profit goals. Amazon.com –
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After the African nation dealt with around four decades of Mugabe’s rule, Mnangagwa told the public that Zimbabwe was entering a new stage of democracy. With the new leader promising to boost the economy by tackling unemployment and poverty, people worldwide will be paying close attention to Mnangagwa’s actions in 2018, to see how he
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Banks are starting to headhunt actively again after years being fairly passive following the global financial crisis, a prominent recruiter said on Thursday. This time however, their focus will be on digital and fintech staff, said Declan O’Sullivan, managing director of search firm Kerry Consulting. The rising influence of digital and banking-specific technology — so-called
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Massachusetts’ top securities regulator said his office is qualified to issue a warning on bitcoin because the digital currency is “entirely speculation.” “It doesn’t pass the smell test,” William Galvin, secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, said Wednesday on CNBC “Fast Money.” “There is no product here. This is entirely speculation. That’s already been proven
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The Saudi government declined to comment about the chateau to the Times, but has disputed reports that a Saudi royal purchased the da Vinci on behalf of Crown Prince Mohammed. In light of the anti-corruption arrests, the chateau and yacht purchases send signals that are inconsistent with Crown Prince Mohammed’s social and economic reforms, said
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Amazon‘s search for a second headquarters outside Seattle is just the beginning of a tech exodus from expensive coastal cities to cheaper inland locations, Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman said Wednesday. “Silicon Valley is going to leave Silicon Valley — that’s already happened,” Kelman told CNBC’s “Power Lunch.” “The technology companies, the Wall Street companies, they’re
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Ripple rose 20 percent Wednesday to an all-time high. The gains followed news that Tokyo-based financial services company SBI Holdings and its subsidiary SBI Ripple Asia announced the establishment of a “consortium” with some Japanese credit card companies to utilize blockchain technology, according to an online translation of a release. Ripple and SBI Holdings created
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JPMorgan Chase will pay $2.8 million to settle charges that a broker-dealer unit lacked sufficient controls to safeguard customer securities from several countries over more than eight years, a U.S. regulator said on Wednesday. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said JPMorgan Clearing created hundreds of millions of dollars of deficits by violating U.S. rules designed
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