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4 Lessons Latin American Startups Can Teach U.S. Businesses In The Trump Era

Related BUD The Challenges Of Building A Successful Business In Latin America: Accomplished Entrepreneur Shares His Experience Jon Najarian Sees Unusual Options Activity In Anheuser Busch A beer run for Amazon (Seeking Alpha) Related SBUX How Consumers Have Reacted To Starbucks' Refugee Hiring Announcement McDonald's Mobile Ordering Is Now A Reality Starbucks hopes for calm […]

Top Blue Chip Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Investors can add all sorts of investments to an IRA, but many financial advisors will suggest sticking with conservative dividend stocks. The reason is simple — blue chip income generators generally bounce back from big market crashes, and the compounding effect of reinvested dividends can deliver massive returns over several decades. At first glance, tobacco […]

Cannabis Industry Deals Show Aggregation And Development Of Non-Recreational Brands: 'It's

Related International Law Expert Explains Tax Implications And The Search For Legitimacy In Cannabis Industry Marijuana Industry: Viridian's President Explains Why He's Concerned About The Vape Sector Last week, ended February 10, the cannabis industry saw the highest amount of investment and M&A activity announcements year-to-date, lending support to the hypothesis of increasing capital markets […]

IBM Rometty’s Trump Connection Puts Some Revenue at Risk

The role of International Business Machines Corp.(NYSE: IBM) CEO Ginni Rometty as an advisor to President Trump has caused deep concern among some of her employees. She may find out the hard way that the problem could spread to shareholders and customers, as it has to those at other companies. The suggestion of a boycott […]

Starbucks Is Presenting Opportunities

Starbucks’ (NASDAQ:SBUX) 1st quarter FY 2017 results (yes, it bothers me too when fiscal years begin before the actual year) came in with a 3% increase in store sales, versus estimates of 3.9%. In Wall Street’s predictably over reactionary way, shares are down more than 3.5%. Starbucks greatest problem isn’t that it performs poorly financially. […]