Fired Wells Fargo workers fight back with lawsuit

Fired Wells Fargo workers fight back with lawsuit

Wells Fargo scandal explained Wells Fargo workers are fighting back. Two former Wells Fargo (WFC) employees have filed a class action lawsuit against the bank seeking $2.6 billion or more for California workers who were fired or demoted after refusing to open fake accounts. Read More

Why GW Pharmaceuticals Stock Is Surging Higher Today

Why GW Pharmaceuticals Stock Is Surging Higher Today

Image source: Getty Images. What happened Shares of GW Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:GWPH), a British pharma company developing cannabis-based therapies, rose by more than 16% within the first hour of trading on Monday after the company announced a second late-stage success for Epidiolex as a treatment for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), a rare and severe form of childhood-onset epilepsy. → Read More

Attention, Gen Xers: You're Making a Major Retirement Mistake

Attention, Gen Xers: You're Making a Major Retirement Mistake

Generation Xers have it tough. Caught in a perpetual juggling act of raising children, building careers, and caring for aging parents, the challenges faced by Gen Xers (roughly late 30- and 40-somethings) extend far beyond the realm of personal finance. But while some Gen Xers are doing a good job of saving for retirement, others → Read More

Presidential Debate: Rules and format

Presidential Debate: Rules and format

Debate commission chief: Candidates should fact-check each other The lights will come up, the debate will begin, the first question will go to Hillary Clinton. No one knows exactly what will happen after that at Monday night’s presidential debate, but thanks to the Commission on Presidential Debates, we do know the general format and structure. → Read More

Here's how the 'king of debt' plans to balance the budget

Here's how the 'king of debt' plans to balance the budget

Donald Trump talks the economy in New York Donald Trump may be the “king of debt,” but his economic advisers say he’ll balance the budget in the White House. Trump plans a massive tax cut for individuals and businesses. It’s how he would boost America’s sluggish growth. But slashing taxes comes at a cost: the → Read More

Wells Fargo workers: Fake accounts began years ago

Wells Fargo workers: Fake accounts began years ago

Wells Fargo scandal explained Wells Fargo’s fake accounts have been around a long time. Almost a dozen Wells Fargo (WFC) workers told CNNMoney that the shocking tactic — where employees opened unauthorized accounts to meet unrealistic sales goals — has been around much longer than the bank has acknowledged. Read More

Smith & Wesson loses bid to supply Army pistols

Smith & Wesson loses bid to supply Army pistols

Is this the Army’s next gun? Smith & Wesson has lost a bid to supply the Army with its next standard-issue pistol. The Army opened bidding two years ago for a possible replacement for the Beretta M9A1 semiautomatic, its standard-issue sidearm since 1985. It’s carried by officers, special forces and some soldiers. Read More

How Amazon.com Is Crushing eBay and Wal-Mart

How Amazon.com Is Crushing eBay and Wal-Mart

Image source: The Motley Fool. Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) is the undisputed leader in online retail, one of the strongest segments in the consumer sector. This competitive strength in a booming industry has allowed Amazon to deliver impressive revenue growth and market-beating returns for shareholders over time: The stock was trading at less than $40 per share → Read More

3 Things to Watch When Costco Posts Earnings Results This Week

3 Things to Watch When Costco Posts Earnings Results This Week

Image source: Costco. Costco (NASDAQ:COST) will post earnings results for its fiscal fourth quarter on Thursday, Sept. 29. Investors aren’t expecting great things out of the world’s second-largest retailer. It has missed earnings estimates lately while reporting slowing sales growth in each of the last three quarters. On the other hand, the warehouse giant enjoys → Read More

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