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Businessman standing in front of window with business thinking. baona | iStock | Getty Images The following is a modified excerpt from CNBC cybersecurity reporter Kate Fazzini’s “Kingdom of Lies: Unnerving Adventures in the World of Cybercrime, ” on sale wherever books are sold. Names of corporations and individuals have been changed to protect sources.  In
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Spencer Platt | Getty Images When recent college graduates and friends Zuhayeer Musa and Zaheer Mohiuddin started to break into the software industry, everything they found on the internet about engineering jobs seemed to be missing the actual information they needed: How much do these jobs pay? Software engineers straight out of college often make
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Retailers looking to offset added costs stemming from the U.S.-China trade war by hiking prices should rethink their strategies, retail consultant and ex-department store executive Jan Kniffen said Friday. “It’s won’t get passed through. The consumer won’t accept it,” the J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO told CNBC’s “Squawk Box, ” saying consumers have not
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Best Buy’s new CEO Corie Barry officially took the helm of the electronics retailer Tuesday. The company pulled off an impressive turnaround during the tenure of Barry’s predecessor, Hubert Joly. Within the last decade, Best Buy went from a beleaguered big box store struggling in the face of an economic downturn and competition from online
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer, when asked about Continental Resources, told a viewer that he has turned sour on fossil fuel stocks. “I don’t like the fossil fuel stocks. I don’t like the ones that don’t have dividends, even the ones with dividends aren’t doing that well,” the “Mad Money” host said. “I’m taking a hard pass.”
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday applauded the quarterly results that Beyond Meat and Zoom Video — two stocks he has been skeptical about — posted Thursday as “things of beauty.” The newly-public companies saw their stocks rally by double-digits after beating Wall Street expectations in their first earnings reports since their recent IPOs. Zoom spiked
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday ranked what he thinks are the top video subscription services. The list includes established names, such as Netflix, and looming entrants, such as Disney, to the space. “With so many media companies launching their own subscription streaming services, we need to start thinking about winners and losers here,” the “Mad
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