Walmart returns guns, ammo to sales floor following brief removal

Walmart taking ‘necessary protection’ removing weapon displays amid civil unrest: Former NYPD lieutenant Former NYPD lieutenant Darrin Porcher on Walmart’s guns and ammo displays and possible unrest after the election. Retail giant Walmart announced on Friday that it was reversing a decision made earlier this week regarding the sales of guns and ammunition in its store locations. Continue Reading Below […]

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Insider Retail: Dunkin' in acquisition talks, furloughed Nordstrom employees forced to pay back health insurance fees, and fast food brands get innovative

Hello and happy Friday!  While our (virtual) newsroom has been abuzz with all-things election-related this week, the retail team has been working hard to ensure you don't miss a beat in the world of restaurants and retail. And since this week was an especially big week for Dunkin', may we suggest grabbing a celebratory donut (or two) after hitting the […]

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Where Biden and Trump stand in the polls 4 days out from Election Day

With four days until the election, former Vice President Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump by about 9 percentage points in national polls and by single digits in most battleground states. Trump is ahead of Biden by just 1 percentage point in Ohio, which he won by 8 points in 2016, according to FiveThirtyEight's polling average.  As Trump's lost […]

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edX MicroBachelors offer undergraduate credits at a fraction of the cost of traditional college — all are in marketable fields like data science, IT, and professional writing

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. edX MicroBachelors are relatively affordable ($450 to $1,500), bite-sized versions of an undergraduate bachelor's degree program. Students earn real, transferable college credits for completing them online, so they can build towards a full bachelor's degree or show they're credentialed to employers. The programs are […]

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Fed Chair on stimulus: There's little risk of overdoing it

New York (CNN Business)The Federal Reserve is changing the rules of its Main Street Lending Program to help smaller businesses that have been struggling to get by while waiting for additional stimulus from Congress. The Fed on Friday announced it would issue loans as low as $100,000 and reduce the fees for the loans. Previously the minimum amount it would […]

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Twitter, Tech Stocks Drag Market Down As Shares Close Out Rocky Week; 3Q Reports, Renewed COVID Jitters A Part

Tech stocks drove the market lower Friday as investors worked through an earnings avalanche from five of the world’s biggest companies and mostly didn’t love what they saw. Twitter is taking the biggest hit, down nearly 20% midday after its daily active user numbers disappointed for the three months ended in September following several consecutive quarters of growth. In earnings […]

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Yahoo launches its own smartphone for $50

Fox Business Flash top headlines for October 29 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Despite Verizon having an exceptionally prominent presence at Apple's iPhone event earlier this month, the telecom's Yahoo division has launched its own phone, the Yahoo Mobile ZTE Blade A3Y. Continue Reading Below The phone, announced on Thursday, will come with several […]

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SocGen to Seek Buyer for $175 Billion Fund Arm After Review

In this article Societe Generale SA has decided to pursue a sale of its Lyxor asset management business after a year-long strategic review, people with knowledge of the matter said. The French bank is working with an adviser as it seeks a buyer for the division, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the information is […]

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