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Entrepreneur, philanthropist, actor and entertainer John Pasquale (aka SohoJohnny) is offering a free or low cost rental pop-up location in the most popular area in New York City for A-List Celebrities. The SoHo location is world famous with its designer boutiques, extravagant chain stores, and high-end art galleries. Known for its elegant cast iron facades
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Irinascreativephoto | E+ | Getty Images Almost 645,000 people who were eligible for the third round of stimulus checks hadn’t gotten their payments as of mid-September, according to a U.S. Department of the Treasury report published Thursday. The American Rescue Plan authorized the federal government to send up to $1,400 to each person who qualified,
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In this article 700-HK Tencent’s twin-skyscrapers at Shenzhen Bay Start Up Plaza in Nanshan business district. Nikada | Getty Images Tencent reported its slowest quarterly revenue growth on record in the fourth quarter of 2021 as the Chinese technology giant continues to feel the impact of Beijing’s regulatory tightening on the domestic technology sector. However,
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In this article OXY Wall Street legends Carl Icahn and Warren Buffett have taken different approaches to shares of Occidental Petroleum in recent weeks. Icahn had been selling to exit his long equity position. Buffett’s conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway, has been building a position worth billions. In an interview Tuesday on CNBC’s “Closing Bell: Overtime,” Icahn
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Steve Wozniak is officially done with Facebook. On a March episode of the “Steve-O’s Wild Ride!” podcast, hosted by entertainer Steve-O, Wozniak said that he and his wife both recently deactivated their Facebook accounts over data privacy concerns. When he “likes” a friend’s post, the interaction isn’t about connecting with someone he knows, the Apple
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday said corn and wheat prices could continue to rise due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, leaning on analysis from Carley Garner, senior commodity market strategist at DeCarley Trading. “The charts, as interpreted by Carley Garner, suggest that both wheat and corn prices are headed higher here. Maybe much higher. And
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In this article NKE Nike on Monday reported earnings and sales for the fiscal third quarter that topped analysts’ estimates, thanks to robust demand in North America as consumers headed back to stores. The better-than-expected results proved Nike’s ability to operate in a volatile environment, CEO John Donahoe said in a press release. “Marketplace demand
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A worker wearing personal protective equipment disinfects a truck entering JD.com’s logistics park in Shanghai, China, on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. Qilai Shen | Bloomberg | Getty Images BEIJING — As some parts of China reopen, others are imposing new Covid-related restrictions, reflecting the challenge government officials face in controlling the worst outbreak since early
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Erin M. Collins Source: Erin M. Collins If you’re one of the millions of Americans grappling with IRS issues, you may not realize there’s another option for your unresolved problems. The Taxpayer Advocate Service, known as TAS, is an independent organization within the agency, providing one-on-one guidance and fighting for systemic changes. Erin Collins, the
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Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg High gasoline prices are impacting all American drivers — but low-income households bear the brunt of it. That’s because low earners funnel a bigger share of their budgets to transportation costs and other staples, like food and energy, relative to wealthier households. U.S. gas prices had jumped to $4.32 a gallon, on average,
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IRS commissioner Charles Rettig testifies during the Senate Finance Committee hearing on June 8, 2021. Tom Williams | Pool | Reuters The IRS is still digging through tens of millions of unprocessed tax returns with roughly four weeks until the 2021 filing deadline. But Commissioner Charles Rettig expects the backlog to clear by year-end. The
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(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) Emerging markets, specifically those in Eastern Europe, have been whipsawed amid the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict. With sanctions in place and Russia’s hard default deadline approaching in April, investors are particularly focused on the region’s sovereign debt — an area that Gramercy Funds has specialized in since its inception
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