Tesla CEO Elon Musk just introduced a 'lower-cost, mid-range' Model 3 via Twitter
CNBC, 19 October at 03:04
Elon Musk announced on Twitter that the company is now selling a new lower-priced version of its Model 3 vehicles. The new Model 3 variant has a sticker price of $47,500. The company has previously said the lowest-cost Model 3 will start at $35,000.
Tips For Mega Millions and Powerball Lottery Players
Forbes, 19 October at 02:17
Huge Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots will make some people very rich, very quickly. Those who buy the winning tickets, that is. As of this writing, the Powerball estimated jackpot is $470 million and Mega Millions has an estimated jackpot of $970
Venmo had a breakout quarter and is at a 'tipping point' to finally make money for PayPal, CEO says
CNBC, 19 October at 01:55
Investors finally got what they were waiting for in PayPal's quarterly earnings: Good news about Venmo. The peer-to-peer payments app, which PayPal acquired along with Braintree in 2012, has struggled to make money for its parent company. Wall Street ...
DowDuPont to Record $4.6 Billion Charge as Agriculture Unit Suffers
Wall Street Journal, 19 October at 01:42
A subsidiary of DowDuPont Inc. DWDP -1.66% is taking a $4.6 billion charge in the third quarter, a write-off that underscores challenges that the company's agriculture unit faces in the Americas. DowDuPont said in securities filings Thursday that it ...
Tesla launches new Model 3 with 'mid-range' battery for $45000, changes pricing structure
Electrek, 19 October at 01:34
Tesla is launching today a version of Model 3 with a new 'mid-range' battery pack for $45,000 before incentives. The new version, which was never announced, is coming as a surprise and it changes the whole pricing structure of Model 3.
Cramer's 5 favorite tech stocks right now, including Apple, Salesforce and Adobe
CNBC, 19 October at 01:31
CNBC's Jim Cramer wanted to reaffirm his faith in the technology sector as the tech-heavy Nasdaq index took Thursday's sell-off pain head-on, dropping 2.1 percent amid marketwide weakness. So the "Mad Money" host decided to continue his "power ...
Stocks sink on weak industrial earnings; tech skid resumes
Los Angeles Times, 19 October at 01:15
U.S. stocks slumped again Thursday as investors continued to sell shares of technology and internet companies, industrial firms and companies that rely on consumer spending. Several industrial companies tumbled after releasing weak quarterly reports
Micron to buy out Intel's share of flash joint venture for $1.5 billion
MarketWatch, 19 October at 01:05
Micron Technology Inc. said late Thursday it plans to buy out Intel Corp.'s share of a flash memory joint venture that the two chip makers have participated in for more than a decade. Micron MU, -2.48% agreed to pay Intel $1.5 billion for its stake of
Here's how eBay alleges Amazon illegally lured its 'high-value' sellers
Yahoo Finance, 19 October at 00:58
EBay (EBAY) claims online retail giant Amazon (AMZN) deployed an illegal scheme to recruit eBay's “high-value” sellers to Amazon, in a California lawsuit filed Wednesday in a Silicon Valley court. The lawsuit alleges Amazon representatives made
Trader Joe's recalls 'fresh salads' in 9 states over potential listeria, salmonella risk
USA TODAY, 19 October at 00:39
Trader Joe's announced on Thursday that it is recalling three different salads sold in nine states in the South and West. In a statement shared on the company's website the Monrovia, California-based grocer said that it was notified by a supplier that
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