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A tech pioneer is working with the marijuana industry for its latest marketing effort. That’s just one sign of pot’s mainstream acceptance, which could help propel the industry to 200% growth by 2020…

According to an Aug. 26, 2017, Rolling Stone report, Netflix Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) created a line of cannabis tied to the streaming service’s exclusive TV series.

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Marvell Technology Group Q2 Earnings: Beating Expectations

Mid cap fabless semiconductor stock Marvell Technology Group Ltd (NASDAQ: MRVL) reported Q2 fiscal 2018 earnings after the Thursday market close with results beating Wall Street expectations. Q2 revenue was $604.750 million (which exceeded the midpoint of the Company’s guidance provided on May 25, 2017) versus $597.346 million. GAAP net income from continuing operations was $165.259....More>>>

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Do you want to become an inspired leader in 2017—one who makes a big difference in your team, your organization, and society?

A good place to start is to review the qualities and practices of exceptional leaders, which have remained the same since the beginning of civilization, as summarized in a book M.A. Soupios and I co-authored, The Ten Golden Rules....More>>>

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It would be a truly Olympic feat.

A start-up backed by Japanese automaker Toyota revealed a rudimentary prototype of a flying car, aiming to whisk a driver through the air to light the Olympic torch in Tokyo in summer 2020.

Although the start-up is not officially collaborating with Toyota, the automakerconfirmed to USA TODAY that it is exploring “aerial solutions” on its....More>>>

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Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) is the worlds eighth-largest company by sales based on 2016 consolidated revenues per the Fortune Global 500. Interestingly, Toyota is tailgating seventh-ranked and fellow automaker, Volkswagen (OTCPK:VLKAY) by a slim $8 million of revenue.

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Investors are pouring money into index funds. According to the Wall Street Journal, index funds received a record $400 billion-plus in new assets in 2016. Almost all index funds simply own stocks in proportion to their size. Is there a better way?

Investing in a market capitalization-based index is perfectly reasonable, but it means that a small number of stocks with the highest market capitalization....More>>>

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Sears did more than change the way America shopped. It changed America.

In its heyday, it was more than just the largest U.S. employer or the country’s retailer. It actually reshaped the nation, transforming the average citizen’s lifestyle.

Of course, the company is struggling now. Sears Holdings (SHLD), the company that owns both Sears and Kmart, warned investors....More>>>

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Baird says it has added three advisors in New Jersey and Florida from Wells Fargo Advisors with close to $390 million in client assets.

The employee-owned wealth management firm, which is based in Milwaukee, says the three veteran....More>>>

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Fidelity is home to some of the greatest stock fund managers of all time. At the top of the list is Peter Lynch, who during his tenure at Fidelity Magellan from 1977 to 1990 delivered a 29.1% annualized return. He beat out all other stock funds and bested Standard & Poors 500-stock index by an average of 13.5 percentage points per year. Since then, other stars have shone brightly, including....More>>>

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Its a snoozefest.

The S&P 500 is stuck in its narrowest range in nearly half a century and trading volume is plumbing multi-month lows. But by September, investors may be pining for the dog days of summer, with data suggesting that it is historically the worst month for stocks.

Since 1928, the S&P 500 has dropped in September 56% of the time, according to Bank of America Merrill....More>>>