Month: February 2024

Christie’s auction house in New York. CNBC A version of this first article appeared in CNBC’s Inside Wealth newsletter with Robert Frank, a weekly guide to the high-net-worth investor and consumer. Sign up to receive future editions, straight to your inbox. Auction house Christie’s just sold a painting for more than $100 million, although the artwork, the
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Fotostorm | E+ | Getty Images “Ghosting” isn’t just a dating phenomenon: It has grown more common at the workplace, too. And that unreliable behavior risks reputational harm to employers and job seekers, said career experts. The concept of ghosting — abruptly and unexpectedly ceasing communication with someone (i.e., disappearing) — arose around the mid-2010s
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Barring a $1 billion donation or broad-based student loan forgiveness, college is becoming a path for only those with the means to pay for it, many reports now show.  But some colleges have a new strategy to entice students wary of the high cost.    Roughly two dozen schools have introduced “no-loan” policies, which means they are
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In this article FSLR Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A solar field is seen on site at First Solar in Perrysburg, Ohio July 8, 2022. Picture taken with drone.  Megan Jelinger | Reuters First Solar shares jumped Wednesday after reporting another solid quarter, with the company booked solid through 2026 and an order backlog
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In this article PARA Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Getty Images Paramount Global missed revenue expectations for the fourth quarter Wednesday but posted a surprise quarterly profit and posted strong results from its streaming platform Paramount+. Here’s how Paramount performed in the fourth quarter compared to Wall Street estimates from LSEG, formerly known as
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In this article T Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT A cellular tower is seen on Feb. 22, 2024 in Redondo Beach, California. The outage affected tens of thousands of customers in cities across the country whose phones lost signal overnight. Eric Thayer | Getty Images News | Getty Images AT&T is reimbursing customers affected
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