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Wall Street dragged lower by Amazon, tobacco stocks

Wall Street slipped on Friday as losses in Amazon and tobacco shares weighed on major indexes.

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Starbucks shares tumble on fears of slowing U.S. growth

Starbucks Corp's shares fell more than 7 percent on Friday as its membership growth slowed in the United States, triggering concerns over the U.S. coffee chain's ability to meet long-term growth targets.

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Chevron swings to quarterly profit as costs drop

Chevron Corp swung to a quarterly profit on Friday, helped largely by resurgence in oil and gas production as prices jumped and costs slipped.

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VW's Audi to replace 4 out of 7 management board members: sources

MUENCHEN Volkswagen's luxury brand Audi will replace four out of seven management board members, three sources said on Friday.

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Genish's arrival tightens Vivendi hold on Telecom Italia

MILAN Telecom Italia named Vivendi's Amos Genish as its general manager for operations on Friday as the French media giant tightened its grip on the Italian phone group, where it is the largest shareholder.

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American Airlines revenue, adjusted profit beats forecasts

American Airlines Group Inc on Friday reported quarterly revenue and adjusted profit that beat analyst projections, helped by strong passenger demand and improving average fares.

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Monetizing the Dallas Cowboys brand

Dallas Cowboys Chief Operating Officer Stephen Jones talks about maximizing the value of his team.   Full Article 


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