Wade, would be somebody who understands plight of the working class in this country, who is prepared to stand up to the power of corporate interests," Sanders said. Your job applications may be getting rejected with little to no consideration. (CNBC)The Federal Reserve will have a rare Friday release of minutes from its most recent policy meeting, scheduled for 2 p. He was also criticized by lawmakers for taking too long to accept blame in the crashes and for failing to spot safety risks before the plane, Boeing's best-seller, came to market in 2017. Weinstein, who has claimed that all sexual contact he had with women was consensual, faces up to 28 years in prison if convicted in the case

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"The desire for that is pretty high, but most importantly what it does is it makes the procedures consistent" and "we're integrating it with other technologies, such as our navigation system and eventually our imaging system," Ishrak explained in the interview. When Netflix's "Roma" became the first Netflix film to be nominated for best picture, both AMC Theatres and Regal Cinemas declined to show the film in theaters. The impacts are already being felt — fires are raging in Australia and hurricanes have become ever more destructive. '"There are so many things that we can change in their current house," Drew said. Representatives for Ghosn  Tuesday afternoon, reiterating claims of  to take down the high-profile executive

Yesterday in the news-- and it hit the Dow--PRESIDENT TRUMP: Yeah, I knowJOE KERNEN: --yesterday. But, over the last year, investors have shifted their focus from "growth at all costs" to a clearer path to profitability. In a fragile global environment, policy improvements are critical to minimize the risks associated with the current debt wave. because it may have to more than double its purchases of some products. "Climate change has become a defining factor in companies' long-term prospects

Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty ImagesAmerica will be even more divided with an impeachment trial looming and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi now challenging President Donald Trump's decision to launch the airstrike that killed Iran's top commander, Gen. However, stocks plunged sharply in February before erasing their losses in the spring and summer months and returning to record highs. 29, the company will release more current data on user growth across its properties. "This can be a $350 or $400 stock over the next year," the Loup Ventures founder and managing partner told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday. "You can imagine the dramatic consequences this would have had in the region — and for the global economy if this escalated," Guterres said

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JP Black | LightRocket | Getty ImagesTake a look at the companies making headlines after the bell. Agricultural products include oilseeds, meats, cereals, cotton and seafood. RDIF's CEO Kirill Dmitriev told CNBC on Wednesday that Didi is now looking to enter Russia. Weak prescription volume was the biggest surprise in the quarter, Walgreens said on its earnings call, coming in below what the company was expecting. 9, according to state media, citing a representative for the Chinese capital city's Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Development

Earlier last year, founder of Bridgewater Ray Dalio advocated putting money into gold as he saw a "paradigm shift" in investing due to global central banks' expected moves to an easier monetary policy. A group of House Republicans has also been selected to act on the president's behalf as hype men in the media and provide guidance. So at this point, I think it's going to be pretty much fizzling out," said Schlossberg during the same segment. In exchange for sanctions relief, Iran accepted limits on its nuclear program and allowed international inspectors into its facilities. "Some very smart people on Wall Street … tell me that this [discount retail] business is non-Amazonable

Kempe said that isn't want President Donald Trump would want, and would not happen "overnight" or "at all. The gains follow intensifying fears about the prospect of retaliatory action from Tehran, after the U. San Jose, California, Seattle and San Francisco all had inventory declines of more than 30% in December. A number of grounded Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft are shown parked at Victorville Airport in Victorville, CaliforniaReuters/Mike BlakeSouthwest Airlines said Thursday it doesn't expect the Boeing 737 Max to be included in its flight schedule until early June, following similar moves by American and United. Follow @CNBCtech on Twitter for the latest tech industry news

"China's economy has stabilised, for now, and alongside the phase one US-China trade deal that represents good news for the global economy," wrote Tom Rafferty, principal economist for China, at The Economist Intelligence Unit on Friday. "I am very proud of the courage and patriotism exhibited by [House Democrats] as we support and defend the Constitution," she wrote, adding that she would "be consulting" with her caucus next week "on how we proceed further. November's jobs growth was boosted by a rise in manufacturing employment, due partially to the end of a strike by the United Automobile Workers. Aimee Dingle, an out-of-work cook in Manila, the Philippines, was denied credit from traditional banks because she didn't have a credit history. "Pelosi selected seven House Democrats to serve as impeachment managers in Trump's trial