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Google Business NewsNov 21, 2019
No, Apple isn't opening a new manufacturing plant in Texas - Ars Technica
No, Apple isn't opening a new manufacturing plant in Texas  Ars TechnicaApple CEO Tim Cook and President Trump toured a Texas computer factory to tout US manufacturing  CNBCTrump goes off on impeachment tirade while touring Apple plant  Fox NewsApple's massive $1 billion North Austin campus boots up opening date and more details  CultureMap AustinWhy Tim Cook made friends with Donald Trump  The Verge

Reuters Company NewsNov 21, 2019
UPDATE 1-Japan's Sony in talks to buy stake in India's Network18 Media - Bloomberg
Japan's Sony Corp is in talks to acquire a stake in Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's TV business, Network18 Media & Investments Ltd, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

Japan's Sony in talks to buy stake in India's Network18 Media - Bloomberg (Reuters Company News)

Wall Street Journal US BusinessNov 20, 2019
PayPal to Buy Honey Science for $4 Billion
PayPal has reached a roughly $4 billion deal to buy shopping and rewards platform Honey Science, as it pushes to gain a bigger role in consumers' shopping habits.

PayPal Buys Coupon Browser Extension Honey For $4 Billion (Forbes Headlines)

Google Business NewsNov 20, 2019
Questions of Prince Andrew's billionaire lifestyle arise amid his public retreat - New York Post
Questions of Prince Andrew's billionaire lifestyle arise amid his public retreat  New York Post Prince Andrew Makes Shocking Move to Quit Royal Duties After Explosive Jeffrey Epstein Interview  PEOPLE.comPrince under pressure: Is this the end for Andrew?  Sky NewsPrince Andrew Opens the Door to a Slimmed-Down Monarchy  Bloomberg

Yahoo BusinessNov 20, 2019
Hedge Fund Innovator Joseph Edelman Doubles Down on These 3 Biotech Stocks
More than 500 biotech companies operate in the US, doing their part to make it the world's hub for innovation. Only about 20 of them turn a profit, though, highlighting the dangers of the biotech sector. High overhead, long research terms, and the uncertainties of clinical testing and regulatory approval all weigh on them, making biotech at once the riskiest and most potentially profitable of the stock market's segments.Enter Joseph Edelman. The hedge fund veteran started Perceptive Advisors back in 1999 with just $6 million, and his hedge has grown to hold over $5 billion in assets under management today. Edelman's fund's flagship, the Perceptive Life Sciences Fund, specializes in small- and mid-cap biotech companies. That Edelman knows how to spot the winners is clear from the Life Sciences Fund's annualized gains of 30% since its inception.In the words of Brad Loncar, of Loncar Investments, biotech is the "most volatile sector in the stock market… More so than any industry, it's important to be diversified... Even excellent companies with great science fail all the time and have big setbacks, because it's that difficult of a business." Edelman has thrived in this difficult business for the last twenty years, and in his most recent 13F filing, for the quarter ending this past September 30, he doubled down on three companies.We've looked up each in the TipRanks database, to find a line on why.Amarin Corporation (AMRN)A mid-cap company, valued at $7 billion, Amarin is the largest

Reuters Company NewsNov 20, 2019
UPDATE 6-GM sues Fiat Chrysler, alleging union bribes cost it billions
General Motors Co on Wednesday filed a racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV , alleging that its rival bribed United Auto Workers (UAW) union officials over many years to corrupt the bargaining process and gain advantages, costing GM billions of dollars.

UPDATE 5-GM sues Fiat Chrysler, alleging union bribes cost it billions (Reuters Company News)
GM sues Fiat Chrysler, alleging union bribes cost it billions (Reuters Business)

NYTimes BusinessNov 20, 2019
How Democrats Would Tax High-Income Professionals
The primary race has created plenty of talk about levying billionaires. But leading Democratic proposals could also affect millions of well-paid workers.

AdWeek NewsNov 20, 2019
PayPal Acquires Honey for $4 Billion
In its largest acquisition to date, PayPal is now the new owner of Honey Science Corporation. PayPal acquired Honey for $4 billion and will now gain access to the company's shopping capabilities to track prices on products, try different promotional codes and more. Honey's 17 million active users will now join PayPal's more than 300...
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