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Boeing last week said it doesn't expect regulators to recertify the 737 Max until midyear, but the head of the Federal Aviation Administration recently told airlines that the agency's approval may come before that. "Warren topping FDR taxationWarren has made headlines and garnered much support from her proposed plans for big taxation to pay for her spending plans on health care and public education. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced new sanctions last week on Iran's metal exports and eight senior Iranian officials. VIDEO5:2405:24Goldman Sachs posts EPS and revenue beat for fourth quarterSquawk BoxGoldman Sachs on Wednesday beat analysts' estimates for revenue, but quarterly profit was marred by a $1. "Apple pleasantly surprised investors on multiple fronts,but most importantly materially exceeded investor expectations on iPhone revenues, which returned to growth in the quarter much ahead of investor expectations," JPMorgan analyst Samik Chatterjee said in a note

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CNBC is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Disruptor 50 list. "We believe consensus is underappreciating the Apple Watch and Apple AirPods demand strength," Suva wrote. As passive investing overtakes active, they offer a way to stand out to the Street. VIDEO11:4511:45The rise of the chicken sandwichFood & Beverage. Apple's wearables business, which includes Airpods and Apple Watches, also drove one of the one of the biggest quarterly profits in history, analysts said

The population growth even spurred the reopening of a kindergarten and school for children, the Japan Times reported in 2016. Since Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran nuclear deal in 2018 — and his administration tightened its squeeze on Iran's economy with punishing economic sanctions — Iran has attacked U. But coal, not just in Australia but around the world, will continue to be an important source of base load power. "Ultimately, Walmart says Alphabot will cut the time it takes to pick and pack an online grocery order, thereby allowing shoppers to order even more at the 11th hour. VIDEO4:3904:39How Walmart CEO Doug McMillon could shape the Business Roundtable in 2020The Exchange

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Those in the back of the house like dishwashers begin between $17 and $20 an hour — some 40% over where they were prior. The Dow on Wednesday closed above 29,000 for the first time ever. Italy is the European country with the second highest public debt pile at around 130% of GDP (gross domestic product). But as the competitors start to light up their own streaming services, it has a renewed pressure to prove it can compete. VIDEO5:5205:52How Silicon Valley CEOs balance ethical decisions around funding sourcesPower Lunch

6 billion into funds focused on environmental, social and governance — or ESG — issues, according to Morningstar data, almost quadruple the record the year prior. He, Palin, Terry Gillam, John Cleese, Eric Idle and Graham Chapman went on to found the comedy troupe Monty Python. Ishrak told Cramer his legacy is defined by the patient base of 75 million people served the prior fiscal year and the team that he worked with. VIDEO2:5102:51'Simmering' US-Iran tensions could still 'boil over' in future: ExpertCapital ConnectionRelations between the two countries were thrown into crisis last week after an American airstrike killed Tehran's top commander. Brendan McDermid | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines after the bell