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by joe weisenthal

This past week, Citi came out with its latest "World Champions" list, which is a list of companies that are just dominating in their respective industries. Specifically, they are big companies (greater than $3 billion in market cap), have high market...
From: Business Insider | By: Joe Weisenthal | Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Saturday I stopped in a Vietnamese deli for lunch and got a delicious Banh Mi sandwich. While there I saw this sign, notifying customers the price of products had gone up. Is this Janet Yellen's fault? No. It's pretty much all due to the drought in California,...
From: Business Insider | By: Joe Weisenthal | Sunday, April 20, 2014
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This chart showing the relationship between a country's chocolate consumption and Nobel Prize victories is making the rounds on Twitter, perhaps because it's Easter. One would assume, when seeing the chart, that it's one of those jokey correlation charts...
From: Business Insider | By: Joe Weisenthal | Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Although there are signs that the labor market is picking up in the United States, it remains true that way too many people have been unemployed for way too long. There are various explanations and theories for why this is, but one stubborn fact remains:...
From: Business Insider | By: Joe Weisenthal | Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Good morning! Things are very quiet and there's not that much going on due to the Good Friday holiday, which has all markets closed in Europe and the US. The only action of the day was in Europe, where things were generally positive. Japan gained .68%....
From: Business Insider | By: Joe Weisenthal | Friday, April 18, 2014
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