Tesla's set to report first-quarter earnings after the bell. Here's what we know

Tesla's set to report first-quarter earnings after the bell. Here's what we know

After lackluster Model 3 deliveries, Tesla is expected to post a loss of 69 cents per share on revenue of $5.2 billion for Q1 2019, according to a consensus of analysts surveyed by Refinitiv. Source link
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Mexico has its own immigration crisis

Mexico has its own immigration crisis

Just like Donald Trump, Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador is struggling to manage an immigration crisis. In recent months, Mexico has been overwhelmed by the same wave of Central American asylum seekers outstripping American immigration authoriti...
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Skipping breakfast linked to heart problems

Skipping breakfast linked to heart problems

People who never ate breakfast had an 87% higher risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. Source link
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Macy's shares rise 2% on report retailer may build office tower on top of flagship New York store

Macy's shares rise 2% on report retailer may build office tower on top of flagship New York store

Shares of retailer Macy's rose 2% Wednesday, following a report by Bloomberg that the retailer may build an office tower on top its flagship New York store. Source link
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For $500 million, Rivian will teach Ford how to make electric vehicles

For $500 million, Rivian will teach Ford how to make electric vehicles

Ford is investing $500 million in Rivian, an electric-vehicle startup. The injection of cash comes only months after the Michigan-based company raised $700 million in an investment round led by Amazon. In November, Rivian unveiled the first two battery-powered...
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Netherlands to expand cannabis production, potentially jeopardizing Bedrocan’s monopoly

Netherlands to expand cannabis production, potentially jeopardizing Bedrocan’s monopoly

The Netherlands is taking steps to boost the country’s medical cannabis cultivation, a move that could end Dutch cultivator Bedrocan’s long-standing monopoly in the country. An application process to boost medical cannabis cultivation will be published...
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‘Clean energy’ driving beverage innovation

‘Clean energy’ driving beverage innovation

Product developers are seeking ingredients that are consistent sources of energy. Source link
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Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen tells Tom Arnold he's not guilty of some crimes he pleaded guilty to: WSJ

Trump's ex-lawyer Cohen tells Tom Arnold he's not guilty of some crimes he pleaded guilty to: WSJ

President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen reportedly has told actor Tom Arnold that he is not guilty to some of the crimes to which he pleaded guilty to last year. Source link
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Elmo is joining the ranks of scientists and wellbeing experts asking you to put down your phone

Elmo is joining the ranks of scientists and wellbeing experts asking you to put down your phone

What do Silicon Valley and Sesame Street have in common? They’re both starting to take action against the harmful impact of kids and parents not being able to put down their phones. In San Francisco yesterday (April 23), the nonprofit...
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Helping banks play SAFE while serving the cannabis industry: Q&A with Congressman Ed Perlmutter

Helping banks play SAFE while serving the cannabis industry: Q&A with Congressman Ed Perlmutter

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, a Colorado Democrat, introduced legislation six years ago to provide federal protection to financial institutions that serve state-legal marijuana businesses. No one in Congress would give him the time of day. “Every time you brought...
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