The character Marla in ‘Playmobil’ STX Films, promotional photo of Playmobil movie It seems Disney’s reign over the animation box office continued this weekend. While “Frozen II” neared $1 billion during its third weekend in theaters, STX’s “Playmobil” movie garnered less than $1 million in ticket sales over its opening weekend in North America. STX,
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T-Mobile CEO John Legere (L) and Sprint Executive Chairman Marcelo Claure (R) arrive to testify at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights hearing on the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on June 27, 2018. Mandel Ngan
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A WeWork office in San Francisco Kate Munsch | Reuters WeWork’s dramatic fall has led to SoftBank CEO Masa Son’s questioning his own judgement, but one analyst still believes the bank will come out on top eventually with the massive investment in the reeling space-sharing company. “Despite the huge embarrassment WeWork has been for SoftBank this
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An elderly couople smiling and drinking at a family barbecue in a courtyard. Getty Dividend growth is the secret to a comfortable retirement. Today, we’re going to discuss five stocks with big “payout momentum” heading into 2020. As dividends grow, stock prices, are likely to follow, so pay attention. How do I know? The dividend-growth
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Getty In 2015 and again in 2018, I wrote about the Social Security Administration (SSA) defrauding, whether intentionally or not, large numbers of widows and widowers (henceforth widows) out of tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars. The fraud was brought to my attention by a Social Security whistle blower — John McAdams. John works
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The days of traditional pensions are coming to an end as companies continue turning to 401(k)s for employee retirement plans. Some members of today’s workforce, mostly Generation X and older, were lucky to be enrolled in blue-chip pension plans before they were no longer offered. However, new pension access has plummeted to 4% of the
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Getty Public and private organizations often implement labor-intensive policies and procedures to govern interactions between related parties. These compliance requirements frequently sacrifice administrability in favor of precision. Let’s say that the finance director of a U.S.-based multinational’s foreign distributor needs to lower the transfer prices on its intercompany inventory imports. The local currency has declined
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