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Toshiba president insists on not resigning, accepting new directors

The chairman of Toshiba Corp (6502.T) on Monday rejected a call from shareholders to resign. He said he wanted to help fix Japanese companies hit by the crisis. and will bring in new directors Toshiba has been in the spotlight after an independent investigation last week accused management of colluding with Japan’s trade ministry to block foreign investors from being …

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This marijuana stock is a new Reddit favorite.

As supporters tout an ever-growing number of states. that legalizes recreational and medical marijuana Some investors are equating to the dream scenario of federal legalization. Although it may be protracted in the near term But are investors going a little crazy? Tilray (TLRY) It’s up more than 130% this year, much higher than competitors’ profits. growth of the tent (CGC) …

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Lordstown Motors, Oatly, Square and more

A carton of Oatly branded oat milk is prepared for a photograph in the Brooklyn borough of New York, USA on Wednesday, September 16, 2020. Gabby Jones | Bloomberg |bergGetty Images Check out the companies that make headlines in the daytime trading. Lordstown Motors — The electric truck maker’s stock tumbled more than 15 percent by midday after announcing CEO …

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The Girl Scouts have millions of unsold cookies.

The Girl Scouts had an unusual problem this year: 15 million boxes of unsold cookies. The 109-year-old organization says coronavirus – not a thinner requirement for Thin Mints – is the main culprit. As the pandemic enters the spring sales season Many troops are trying to ban traditional cookies for security reasons. “This is unfortunate. But because it’s a girl-driven …

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Centene Pays $88 Million to Settle Ohio Medicaid Lawsuit

VIDEO: Attorney General Dave Yost Announces PBM Deal Ohio Attorney Dave Yost has announced a settlement with pharmacy benefit management company Centene. Columbus Dispatch America’s 24th largest company Centene has agreed to pay $88.3 million to Ohio to settle a lawsuit that accuses the healthcare giant of making millions of dollars to help its most vulnerable residents. of the state …

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Elon Musk: Tesla Resumes Bitcoin Payments

Yesterday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the electric carmaker will once again accept bitcoin payments for its vehicles. When the energy consumption of bitcoin mining is less dependent on carbon sources “Once a reasonable (about 50%) clean energy consumption is confirmed by miners and there is a good prospect in the future, Tesla will resume allowing Bitcoin transactions,” Musk …

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Philips recalls sleep ventilators ventilator, cancer risk

Jason Katz, Managing Director of UBS and Senior Portfolio Manager today. inflation and the US Federal Reserve Philips has issued a recall of some sleep apnea machines and ventilators. due to concern that the foam component may decompose and be inhaled by the user. may cause health problems including toxic and carcinogenic effects. Products affected by the recall include 3 …

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