Month: March 2019

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft apologized to his family, friends and fans and vowed to regain their confidence and respect in his first public statement since being charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution as part of a human-trafficking probe in South Florida. His statement, below, comes after prosecutors offered Kraft a deal on
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New research is casting even more doubt on the legitimacy of bitcoin trading. An analysis published by Bitwise this week shows that 95 percent of bitcoin spot trading is faked by unregulated exchanges. The survey, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, echoes concerns by regulators that cryptocurrency markets are still ripe for manipulation. Bitwise,
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When it’s several decades away, you might categorize saving for retirement as a back-burner concern. And when you’re younger, contributing to an individual retirement account might seem like an impossible stretch. Yet people who made the leap generally say they’re sorry they didn’t start earlier. Millennials seem particularly drawn to Roth IRAs, which are showing
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CVS Health CEO Larry Merlo told CNBC Thursday that the health chain is unlocking growth opportunities despite the stock’s downward trend since officially merging with Aetna in November. The company has made “tactical execution” changes to its long-term care business that has faced “intense financial pressure,” he said. The skilled nursing unit came from CVS’
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Lyft is in the process of courting investors, but potential buyers still question how and when the company will make money. The ride-hailing start-up is wrapping up the first week of its “roadshow,” a series of presentations across major U.S. cities ahead of its highly-anticipated public offering. Multiple potential investors attending Thursday’s lunch, hosted by
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Sugary drinks may feed colon cancer tumors, according to a study published Thursday in the journal “Science.” High-fructose corn syrup feeds colon tumors in mice, suggesting that drinking soda may produce similar effects in humans, a study from Weill Cornell Medicine, a medical school, and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital found. Researchers said early stage tumors were eating
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