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Twinkie's Cereal debut draws funny reactions on social media

Post Consumer Brands launched their latest cereal product with the hostess and is based on none other than the iconic snack cookie Twinkies. The company announced Wednesday that Twinkies Cereal will hit Walmart shelves across the country at the end of December, giving fans "a delicious new way to enjoy the snack we all know and love in cereals." Twinkies …

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Amazon cites bias in Microsoft's military cloud contract profit

Jeff Bezos speaks at the New York Economic Club's New Lunch in New York on October 27, 2016. Adam Jeffery | CNBC Amazon said on Thursday it has filed a statement in the US Court of Federal Claims indicating a plan to protest the Pentagon's decision to award Microsoft a controversial cloud services contract. The contract can extend over 10 …

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Google antitrust probe from state AGs expanded to search, Android companies

WASHINGTON – The 50 attorneys investigating Google are preparing to expand their antitrust probe in addition to the company's advertising efforts to delve deeper into its search and Android businesses, people familiar with the matter told CNBC. The trend comes as politicians on both sides of the aisle, including President Donald Trump, increasingly in Silicon Valley. At the same time, …

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Could a strike be the end of South African Airways?

If you plan to fly South African Airways on Friday or Saturday, well, you probably are no longer. South African Airways Employees Plan Strike South African Airways canceled a large majority of their domestic and international scheduled flights this Friday and Saturday, November 15-16, 2019. This comes after an announcement of industrial action by the South African Cabin Crew Association …

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1 of 3 boomers makes this critical retirement mistake – much more so than in other generations

The risk is real. Too many workers take unnecessary risks with their pension savings by investing too much of their money in shares, according to Fidelity Q3 2019 Retirement Analysis, released this week. "Although an increasing number of workers are using target dates to keep the asset allocation on track and help manage the risk of their retirement savings, Fidelity's …

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The noisy surprise in OPEC's latest report

In its last report before the December meeting, OPEC estimates that demand for its crude oil next year will fall by 1.1 million barrels per year from 2019 and will be below the cartel's production for October, suggesting that OPEC's raw supply demand picture will continue to show oversupply in 2020. OPEC sees demand for its crude oil at 29.6 …

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Winner and loser of the 2019 semester season

Former Toys R Us CEO Gerald Storch discusses the "spectacular Christmas" feed for retailers, the "exaggerated" effect of China's tariffs on sales and online retail growth. NEW YORK (AP) – With two weeks until the nation's retail season officially begins, and the nation's retailers are addressing what would be another brutally competitive shopping season. The good news? Many CEOs say …

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