Tesla, Boeing, Starbucks, Ford, McDonalds, PayPal, MasterCard, etc Next week is a huge week for earnings and the major indices are near or making new highs into the week. Anyone and everyone (besides financials and Netflix) are on the schedule for release. Tuesday and Wednesday will be the biggest days, but Amazon will be released on Thursday 
The Chennai-based micro-investing app, which operates under parent fintech company Drucker and Grove, hopes to teach young adults the importance of saving money.
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MILL VALLEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Four Corners Property Trust (NYSE:FCPT), a real estate investment trust primarily engaged in the ownership of high-quality, net-leased restaurant properties (FCPT or the Company), is pleased to announce the acquisition of a dual-tenant property leased to Aspen Dental and Starbucks for $3.4 million. The properties are located in a strong retail corridor in Illinois and are under long term net leases with each brands corporate tenant. The transaction was
Within the last quarter, Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX ) has observed the following analyst ratings: Last 30 Days 1 Month Ago 2 Months Ago 3
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New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) In view of the increasing threat of zoonotic diseases, an NGO has criticized multinational fast-food companies for not ensuring safety standards in producing chicken items and has alleged that many of these companies do better in Europe but not in India thus exposing the people to health risk. Most of the chicken meat served at well-known quick-service restaurants -- such as those of KFC, McDonald''s, Nando''s and Burger King -- comes from chickens bred in cramped and barren environments with no sunlight and many suffering from lameness and skin lesions. Intensive farming methods also often rely on routine antibiotic use as a quick fix solution to keep stressed and sick animals alive. "This overuse of antibiotics fuels the deadly superbug crisis that kills over 7,00,000 people a year and the number is rising. Not only are these chickens suffering -- human health is also being jeopardized," said World Animal Protection, the NGO that has launched a global assessment, investigating the welfare of chickens raised for their meat to be supplied to the world''s biggest fast-food chains.
Besides concerns of Covid resurgence in the US, food stocks including Dominos are heavily bolstered by the second-quarter earnings results.
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