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Alphabet Topples Apple to Become Most Valuable US Company

NEW YORK, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc surpassed Apple Inc as the most valuable company in the United States in after-hours trading on Monday, knocking the iPhone maker from the top spot that it has held for the better part of four years. The change may signal the passing of the technology baton to […]


CDC Investigation Of Chipotle Further Supports Corporate Sabotage (Bioterrorism) As Likely Source Of E. Coli Contamination

By Mike Adams – Natural News (NaturalNews) After months of investigation, the CDC has now reached a conclusion that provides yet more support for the likelihood that Chipotle was the victim of corporate sabotage by the biotech industry, which targeted Chipotle because of its non-GMO menu. On December 23 of last year, I wrote about the […]


It’s time to worry about the economy

Source: It’s time to worry about the economy

Stock markets gone wild

Today the BBC reported I remembered something I wrote in the Wall Street Journal just over two years ago As a result of this liquidity infusion (Quantitative Easing)—which the Fed last week cut to $75 billion a month—stock markets have nearly doubled since 2009 while the “real” economy has hobbled along with 2% growth. This perverse […]


Stocks Plunge As Fed Keeps March Rate Hike On The Table

Stocks closed sharply lower Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve opted not to hike interest rates this month, still leaving the door open for a March increase.


Has Apple Peaked?

When Apple reports its earnings on Tuesday, it’s virtually certain that the tech giant will report record quarterly profits. Apple almost always does. The question is, are overall iPhone sales growing or shrinking? And if they’re on the rise, will the pace of that growth be enough to cheer Wall Street and stem the recent […]


Twitter Falls on Executive Exits as Turnaround Seen Delayed

(Bloomberg) — Twitter Inc. fell after the company lost four members of its executive leadership team, including its product and engineering chiefs, signaling any attempts to boost growth at the struggling social media company will be delayed. The quartet of executives, including product head Kevin Weil and head of engineering Alex Roetter, chose to leave […]


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