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Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) – Jefferies raises Tesla price target to $ 400: & # 39; A Better Foundation & # 39;

Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares rose on Monday after Jefferies raised its target price for the stock along with an increase in EBIT and earnings per share pending revenue and profit growth next year. Analyst Phillippe Houchois maintained a Buy rating on Tesla and raised the price target from $ 300 to $ 400. Thesis It may not be quite …

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Burger King tests 3 new impossible burgers at 180 locations in the United States

Burger King adds even more impossible offers to its menu. As of this week, it is testing Impossible versions of classic children's menu and host menu burgers. The chain's test introduces Impossible Whopper Jr., Impossible Burger and Impossible Cheeseburger to 180 locations in Milwaukee, Cedar Rapids, Augusta, Cincinnati and Buffalo. This marks the first time a plant-based hamburger will appear …

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Washington Redskins deny Jeff Bezos links amid Amazon CEO's rumored NFL team interest

Sports reporter Mike Gunzelman discusses how NFL players and owners expressed interest in expanding the playoffs from 12 to 14 teams. Washington Redskins officials denied Monday that the franchise is for sale following a report detailing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezo's apparent interest in buying a team as well as his bond with Redskins current owner, Dan Snyder. "The franchise is …

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Anheuser-Busch acquires total control of Portland's Craft Brew Alliance for $ 220 million

Anheuser-Busch bought Portland's groundbreaking Craft Brew Alliance for $ 220 million Monday, three months after Macro Brewery turned down a much more expensive deal. The transaction cements Anheuser-Busch's ownership of the Portland company, which makes Widmer beer and several other well-known brews, including Kona and Redhook. Monday's deal valued the total company at $ 320 million. Anheuser-Busch already owned just …

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Adidas back pedals on robot scooter production with Speedfactory closures – TechCrunch

An expensive experiment in global distribution has been abandoned by Adidas, who has announced that it will close its robotic "Speedfactories" in Atlanta and Ansbach, Germany, within 6 months. The company sugarcoated the news with a promise to reuse the technology used at its existing human-run factories in Asia. The factories were formed in 2016 (Ansbach) and 2017 (Atlanta) as …

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Google has access to detailed health records for tens of millions of Americans

Enlarge / Mountain View, Calif. – May 21, 2018: Exterior of a Googleplex building, Google's corporate headquarters and its parent company Alphabet Inc. Google collaborated quietly last year with Ascension – the nation's second-largest health system – and has since gained access to detailed medical records of dozens millions of Americans, according to a November 11 report from The Wall …

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NY regulators investigating Apple Card for viral sexism complaint

Enlarge / A dashboard built into iOS on iPhones lets you manage your card. Apple launched its own MasterCard brand across the country in August. In the months since, the digital first payment system has won some fans for its easy integration into the iPhone and Apple ecosystem, and it seemed to work more or less like any other credit …

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Patek Philippes $ 31 million Grandmaster Chime becomes the most expensive watch ever sold

Grandmaster Chime was created to celebrate Patek Philippe's 175th anniversary in 2014. Only Watch Text size With a hammer price of CHF 31,000,000 (US $ 31.2 million) reached at the charity auction Christie & # 39; s Only Watch on November 9, 2019 in Geneva, Patek Philippe's one-of-a -child Ref. The 6300A-010 Grandmaster Chime in stainless steel became the most …

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