Starbucks earnings hit by inflation, rising labor costs and subdued sales in China

Starbucks (SBUX) released first-quarter earnings results that mostly missed Wall Street estimates as rising inflation, higher labor costs and the impact of the Omicron variant took a toll on the restaurant industry as a whole – and the coffee giant in particular. Here’s what the Seattle-based company reported, compared to Wall Street estimates, according to…

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The world’s largest ETF sees the largest monthly outflows in its nearly 30-year history

The world’s largest ETF sees the largest monthly outflows in its nearly 30-year history

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US technology stocks rise ahead of earnings

U.S. tech stocks shrugged off previous losses to close slightly higher Tuesday as investors prepared for an additional group of earnings reports. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite Index rose 0.7 percent, while the blue-chip S&P 500 closed 0.7 percent. higher. In January, the Nasdaq fell 9 percent and the blue-chip S&P fell 5.3 percent, their worst…

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IoT News | The market volume of non-handset 5G will reach 117 million units by 2026

Non-handset 5G market volume will reach 117 million units by 2026 with tablet, CPE and telematics as top 3 volume applications. An article by Takeshi Niwa, Marketing Analyst at TSR (Techno Systems Research Co., Ltd). Non-handset 5G Market Outlook 5G will already be popular in smartphone in 2021, but its strides are slower for non-smartphone…

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NAREE is seeking entry into the property reporting competition

The National Association of Property Editors has issued a call to participate in its 72nd annual journalism competition. The deadline to participate in www.naree.org is March 1, 2022 at. 23:59 EST. NAREE’s journalism competition is for works published or broadcast in 2021. NAREE’s The journalist competition is open to journalists, columnists, writers, editors and freelancers…

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Front "gets things done", writes Grill

Julian Grill has hailed Andrew Forrest as a nation builder in his new book, which provides an account of his contentious lobbying activities on behalf of Fortescue Metals Group in the 2000s.

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