Daily Archives: December 9, 2017

Worst fears of corporate tax cut opponents showing signs of coming true

One of the biggest fears about the tax overhaul bill in Congress already is usually showing signs of coming to fruition. Critics of the Republican-sponsored plan say that will a provision allowing companies to bring profits stored overseas back home at a one-time reduced tax rate wouldn’t foster economic growth. Instead, they argue, companies will use the windfall to reward ...

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‘The market is usually going to suck,’ warns famed bear David Tice

Investor David Tice isn’t heading back into the bear cave yet — however preparations are underway. Tice, who’s known for running the Prudent Bear Fund before selling in which to Federated in 2008, predicts stocks could sharply rise again in 2018. “There’s potentially a 50 percent chance there will be a 25 percent rally,” he said to CNBC’s “Trading Nation” ...

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Meet the Women Who Make Up Nigeria's First-Ever Bobsled Team!

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, are just two months away, as well as ET will be teaming up with Visa to introduce you to the female athletes breaking barriers on a worldwide stage. ET’s Kevin Frazier caught up with Africa’s first-ever bobsled team, Seun Adigun, Akuoma Omeoga as well as Ngozi Onwumere, who shot to fame after This specific was announced that ...

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A tax cut nobody likes, pushed by president voters like even less

Republicans are about to pass a tax plan which most people don’t like, pushed by a president they like even less. which’s the bleak situation the GOP finds itself in to close out 2017 as a pair of brand-new polls demonstrate the unpopularity of both the party’s standard bearer in addition to also its chief legislative agenda item setting up ...

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‘I’ve definitely evolved:’ Gwen Stefani on reinventing her career

Dimitrios Kambouris | Getty Images Designer Gwen Stefani attends the L.A.M.B. Fall 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Theatre at Lincoln Center on February 17, 2011 in completely new York City. “I’ve definitely evolved, along with I think which comes through just life experience. Every single song which I’ve ever written is usually just genuinely through my ...

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Golden Globes 2018 Predictions: 10 Nominations We Want to See

When which comes to predicting Emmy or Oscar nominations, there can be a method to the madness. although the Golden Globe nominations — split into a bajillion categories in addition to also the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s love of all things brand new in addition to also/or A-list — which can be just madness. Which means, until the 2018 Golden ...

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John Mayer Returns Home Following Emergency Surgery: See the Pic

John Mayer is actually back home as well as recovering following an emergency appendectomy earlier This kind of week. The 40-year-old musician shared a picture on Friday of himself in a multi-colored coat standing outside from the snow. “Home. See you in a bit. ♥️,” Mayer captioned the Instagram snap. On Tuesday, Mayer was rushed to the hospital where he ...

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Retail landlords win fight in Starbucks, Whole Foods store closures

Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images David Simon, chairman in addition to chief executive officer of Simon Property Group Starbucks in addition to Amazon-owned Whole Foods are the latest victims of retail landlords pushing back against companies shuttering stores in addition to trying to bypass contractual agreements. Recently, the largest U.S. mall owner, Simon Property Group, claimed a ...

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‘We’re still not growing wages in that will country’

The Trump administration can be concerned about the lack of wage growth within the economy despite the steady tightening of the labor market, White House economic advisor Gary Cohn said Friday. Speaking shortly after the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that will nonfarm payrolls grew by 228,000 in November, Cohn said there can be frustration that will the numbers haven’t ...

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