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With Whole Foods, Amazon is gaining a network of more than 430 physical stores, mostly in well-frequented urban locations. Their customer base is higher income, skewing to Millennial and Gen X consumers, many of whom may be current Amazon customers and time-starved, with an interest in health/wellness/fitness, experience and convenience. (read more)


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Investors need to focus on economic earnings rather than accounting earnings, and then valuations don’t look so stretched, say David Trainer and Sam McBride. . (read more)

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Wal-Mart says it has told some tech vendors to use a platform other than Amazon’s AWS cloud service. . (read more)

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There’s solid breadth on the NYSE, which is bullish, says Kevin Marder. . (read more)

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In honor of Independence Day, Consumer Reports has gathered the best deals on cars, SUVs, and trucks that are assembled in the U.S. (read more)

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The trade talks and Phil Jackson's acknowledgment that they were fielding calls was the Knicks way of retaliating (read more)

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Michael Boddie, 55, is nicknamed "Vick" in charges that allege he was part of a large-scal" drug ring in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia (read more)

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A man who helped run from his family's Queens restaurant a cocaine importation operation that reached from Central America to Corona to Europe was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison and 10 years of supervised release, prosecutors said (read more)

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Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said he told Dorsey he was not getting extension, then the two sides decided not to continue at all (read more)

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Mitchell, who self-published a children's book while still in college, now has a three-book deal with Scholastic (read more)

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The Blues are reportedly close to signing the France international from Monaco, but one of their former coaches is not happy with the deal (read more)

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Travelle Gaines is furious with Gar Forman for dealing his client to the Timberwolves, who are coached by former Bulls boss Tom Thibodeau (read more)

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Increased regulatory scrutiny over the borrowings of China’s most prolific overseas deal makers weighed on mainland markets Friday, as trading elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region was lackluster. . (read more)

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The Hempstead Town Industrial Development Agency's chairman said Thursday he expects the agency will be sued before it meets next week to terminate agreements with the owner of Green Acres Mall and an adjacent shopping center (read more)

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