Month: September 2018

Floods are the nation’s most common and costly natural disaster. Yet, standard homeowners and renters insurance policies specifically don’t cover that. “Your homeowners policy will cover water damage if water came from above,” said Jason Hargraves, managing editor of insuranceQuotes.com. “If your house is damaged from water that comes from the ground up, you’ll need
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“What are you doing here?” a young engineering student asked Vipin Mayar, the head of artificial intelligence initiatives at Fidelity Investments, at a MIT conference in San Francisco. As Mayar recalled, “They were all just… surprised.” Fidelity executives are getting used to the confused looks and double-takes their company booth draws at Silicon Valley job
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Optical device and component manufacturer Applied Optoelectronics (NASDAQ:AAOI) has suffered tremendous choppiness over the past two years. Unfortunately, things got even more wild in the past 24 hours, with AAOI stock losing 9.5% in the markets. Wall Street took an extremely dim view on the optics firm when Loop Capital Markets’ analyst James Kisner downgraded
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Struggling retailer Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) just reported second quarter numbers that confirm that this retailer continues to struggle. Second quarter revenues missed expectations. So did comparable sales, operating profits, and net profits. The full-year guide was also trimmed. BBBY stock dropped big in response. It now trades at its lowest levels since 2000.
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