Venezuela crisis: Keys to a peaceful power transition and freedom of American detainees

Freed Venezuela prisoner Josh Holt: I was a trophy to them Utah native Josh Holt explains what it was like to be held captive in Venezuela and how he was released. American diplomats continue to target the Venezuelan state-run oil company PDVSA as part of the United States-led sanctions to cut off the financial assets of embattled President Nicolás Maduro's […]

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Tesla to cut workforce by 7 percent

Tesla shares fall after company missed delivery estimates Point View Wealth Management President David Dietze discusses why he isn’t bullish on Tesla and where investors should allocate their capital. Tesla is swinging the job axe in an attempt to trim costs. Continue Reading Below The electric automaker is cutting several thousand  jobs, while it ramps up the production of its […]

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Rare Beefeaters strike over pensions hits Tower of London

People at the Tower of London on the picket line as staff from Royal Palaces take industrial action over pay. Friday, Dec. 21, 2018. The strikers carried placards but did not close the popular tourist attraction. There were also strikers outside Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace, which both remained open. It was the first Beefeaters job action since the […]

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PE investing: Look before you leap

Before committing your precious money in PE funds, investors need to get very choosy, advises Ramesh Bukka, co-founder and director, Entrust Family Office Investment Advisors. Many high net worth individuals (HNIs) looking to diversify their portfolios beyond the listed space consider foraying into private equity. Many get lured by the promise of extemely high returns. However, only sophisticated investors, who […]

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Chesapeake Energy shares tumble on $4 billion WildHorse deal

HOUSTON (Reuters) – Chesapeake Energy Corp on Tuesday agreed to buy Texas oil producer WildHorse Resource Development Corp in a nearly $4 billion cash-and-stock deal that knocked down the natural gas producer’s shares by nearly 14 percent. Investors have punished shares of oil and gas producers that have struck deals this year for higher production instead of focusing on improved […]

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U.S. oil service firms face tough quarter despite high crude prices

HOUSTON (Reuters) – Even as crude prices hover near four-year highs, U.S. oilfield service firms’ third-quarter results due out in coming days will reflect a shaky recovery, as their customers face drilling constraints and pressure to hold down spending. Oil producers are holding off finishing new wells, and cost pressures from tight labor markets and U.S. tariffs on imported steel […]

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The Biggest Private Equity Firms in India

India, a growing emerging market nation with untapped resources, intelligence and a sizable labor force, has attracted billions of dollars to its health care and commercial real estate, software and textile industries. The country has experienced several unique restructurings and economic reforms that have helped stimulus. As of 2018, programs include demonetization, goods and services taxes, and the Aadhaar identification scheme which is […]

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Splurge Kevin Hart made with his first big check: 'It was stupid plus stupid, which equals stupid'

While he might be in the business of making people laugh, comedian and actor Kevin Hart’s career achievements and financial success are no joke. “Night School,” a movie which Hart, 39, wrote and stars in, topped the domestic box office over the weekend with a whopping $28 million, making it the biggest debut of the year for a broad comedy. […]

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