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Cannabis stock rally for a second day after the House approved the bill aimed at lifting the federal ban on weeds

Cannabis stocks gathered for a second day on Wednesday, bent by a historic Congressional committee passage of a bill aimed at lifting the federal ban on weeds, as well as strong gains for Curaleaf after it published a narrower-than-expected third-quarter loss. Curaleaf's American shares CURLF, + 11.64% CURA, + 12.19% was last up 12.2% as investors deducted their income loss. …

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Uber got from Easy

Way back when you took your driving test and got your license, someone somewhere gave you a lecture on responsibility. Maybe it was your parents, the driving instructor or the DMV tester. You were responsible for the car, so it was your responsibility not to crash it. You probably haven't received that lecture in a while, but it's still true. …

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Black Friday at Lowe's will be different this year

Former JC Penney's CEO Ron Johnson discusses how to attract consumers to a store with product placement and delivery and talks about his new retail business at home. Lowe's is making major changes to its Black Friday plans. [19659003] "We will not give it away this year," Lowe's president and CEO Marvin Ellison said at the company's profit call Wednesday. …

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Stocks remain under pressure on US – China tensions

US. stocks were slightly lower Wednesday morning after China condemned a U.S. Senate resolution supporting human rights in Hong Kong and after President Donald Trump threatened to raise tariffs on Washington and Beijing unable to negotiate a trade deal. Wall Street also waited minutes from the Federal Reserve's October meeting to gain further insights into its monetary policy, though President …

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Norwegian Air's surprising new CEO Pick

During the summer, it was announced that Norwegian Air's founder and CEO, Bjørn Kjos, would step down from his role. He had been in that position for 17 years and planned to assume a new role as adviser to the chairman. The airline has worked to find a new CEO and Geir Karlsen, Norway's CFO, acted as interim CEO. Many …

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Volkswagen puts the cool electric station wagon into production

We have seen buses and buggies, hatches, sedans and crossovers. And now there is a VW ID station concept. Jonathan Gitlin I think it's the nicest of the ID concept, but that's because I have to like station wagons as a prerequisite to being a car journalist. Jonathan Gitlin It is better displayed in this studio shot, taken by a …

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Chick-fil-A rocker? The chain does not rule out donating to Christian groups

Fox News & Brian Kilmeade discusses Chick-fil-A's decision not to donate money to organizations such as the Salvation Army following relapse from LGBTQ groups. The fast-food favorite Chick-fil-A has not ruled out donating to organizations that promote traditional marriage as LGBTQ rights groups continue to express doubts about the chain after it ceased giving to the Salvation Army and scholarship …

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Cancer Genetics reports financial results for the third quarter of 2019 and provides strategic business update

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "RUTHERFORD, NJ, Nov 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Cancer Genetics, Inc. ( CGIX ), leader in drug discovery and preclinical oncology and immuno-oncology services, today announced strategic, financial and operational results for the third quarter September 30, 2019. " data-reactid …

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Your three-layer survival kit for 2020, says this capital strategist

We have your gloom on the market for Wednesday. Global shares are down to fading trade optimism after Beijing warned of retaliation over a Senate-approved bill to support Hong Kong's human rights, and President Donald Trump threatened China with more tariffs. There is no doubt that geopolitical tensions will follow us all the way into 2020, along with concerns about …

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"Thanks, WeWork" – 2 of the coworking startup's biggest rivals pay in after its public merger

Reuters Two of WeWork's biggest rivals pay into the collapse of the original public offering, its rescue of SoftBank and its ongoing review. "Thanks, WeWork," IWG CEO Mark Dixon tells Fast Company, adding that the public merger of coworking had aimed a spotlight on shared workspaces. "Landlords are considering moving in our direction that may not have been before," CBRE's …

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