Source: Russian President Vladimir Putin stands next to First Executive Vice President of oil producer Lukoil Ravil Maganov after decorating him with the Order of Alexander Nevsky during an awarding ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, November 21, 2019. Mikhail Klimentyev | Kremlin | Sputnik | via ReutersContinue Reading


Source: Investors should continue to shun money-losing companies, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday, contending the turbulence that dominated earlier this year has returned with vigor. “It’s an unforgiving time. We’re back to the dynamic that defined January through mid-June,” the “Mad Money” host said. “So don’t be a heroContinue Reading


Source: Chris Smalls and Derrick Palmer at the temporary headquarters of the Amazon Labor Union in Staten Island, New York, on June 15, 2022. Katie Schoolov A historic union victory at Amazon’s Staten Island warehouse should be upheld, a National Labor Relations Board official recommended on Thursday. In April,Continue Reading


Source: Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMT) is a global leader in defense-related products. Formed after a merger of Lockheed Corp. and Martin Marietta in 1995, the company’s largest customer is the U.S. government, which in 2021 represented 71% of net sales. Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., the company employs roughly 114,000 workersContinue Reading


Source: Here are the members of the Biden administration’s economic team Updated September 01, 2022 The Biden administration nominated a team of “liberal and centrist economic advisers” to help him steer America’s recovery. Here are the administration’s top picks. Key Takeaways President Biden won the 2020 election and nominatedContinue Reading


Source: Signet Jewelers can continue to expand its market share even as the U.S. economy slows and inflation weighs on consumers, CEO Gina Drosos told CNBC on Thursday. The comments in a “Mad Money” interview came after Signet reported second-quarter results earlier in the day. While earnings per shareContinue Reading


Source: Justin Sullivan | Getty Images The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s independent committee on vaccines recommended reformulated booster shots that target the latest omicron subvariants. The panel voted 13 to 1 Thursday in favor of the shots after reviewing the available safety and effectiveness data in anContinue Reading