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Fain and the UAW, which endorsed Biden in January, are important allies of Biden and are expected to play a critical role in helping Biden win in key swing states including Michigan, where the UAW is based. Fain, who announced the UAW's endorsement of Biden in January, has repeatedly rebuked Trump, the Republican former president. "Donald Trump stands against everything we stand for as a society," Fain said in his January endorsement of Biden. Fain also received a mention from Biden at this year's State of the Union address, which Fain attended. On Wednesday, actor George Clooney, a Democrat who has backed Biden, withdrew his support in an opinion piece in the New York Times.
Persons: Shawn Fain, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Fain, Biden, Trump, General Motors, Jonah Furman, George Clooney Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, Biden, U.S, Ford, General, Stellantis, Republican, Wednesday, AFL, NATO, Detroit, Democratic, Trump, Democrats, Democrat, New York Times Locations: Michigan, U.S, year's State
CNN —United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain and other members of the union’s board have expressed concerns about President Joe Biden’s ability to beat Donald Trump in November, a source close to the union says. The union is discussing the way forward on how to beat Trump in November, but the group is not considering rescinding its endorsement of Biden at this time, the source added. When a reporter at a Thursday press conference raised the UAW’s concerns, the president responded, “The UAW just endorsed me.”“There’s a long way to go this campaign,” the president later added. In a statement Wednesday, the day Biden visited the group, the AFL-CIO executive council said in a statement: “The labor movement understands, as Joe Biden does, that solidarity is how we win. “I said I was going to be the most pro union president in American history, well guess what I am,” Biden said Wednesday.
Persons: Shawn Fain, Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, Biden, “ I’m, ” Biden, Fain, Trump, , Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, White, George Clooney, couldn’t, Liz Shuler, Keir Starmer, ” CNN’s Chris Isidore Organizations: CNN — United Auto Workers, Trump, CNN, Reuters, UAW, AFL, NATO, Wednesday, Michigan, New York Times, British Locations: Washington ,, Michigan, Wisconsin
AdvertisementAccording to The Washington Post, top union leaders have privately expressed concerns about Biden's ability to beat Trump in November. AdvertisementLosing support from laborAccording to Politico's Jonathan Martin, support from the unions is likely Biden's only path to survival against Trump. The AFL-CIO told the Associated Press on Thursday that Biden's "fighting spirit" was on full display during his meeting with union leaders this week. He "wasn't even the Joe Biden of 2020," said Clooney. AdvertisementIf union leaders join the chorus of voices asking Biden to step down, other key supporters may quickly follow.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Biden, Sara Nelson, Shawn Fain, Biden's, David McCall, Politico's Jonathan Martin, Anita Dunn, Sen, Peter Welch of, George Clooney, wasn't, Clooney, Chuck Schumer, Axios, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: Service, NATO —, AFL, America's, Business, The Washington Post, Trump, Association of Flight, United Auto Workers, The Association of Flight, Democratic, United Steelworkers International, Politico, Blacks, Associated Press, CBS, The New York Times Locations: Peter Welch of Vermont
The combination of recent Supreme Court rulings on presidential power with the Democratic Party’s nomination crisis in the wake of Joe Biden’s disastrous debate performance has significantly improved Donald Trump’s prospects — not only his odds of once again becoming president, but also of enacting a sweeping authoritarian agenda. Trump’s debt to the six-member conservative majority on the Supreme Court is twofold. First, their delay. By waiting until the last day of the court’s term to issue their decision on Trump’s immunity claims, the justices effectively prevented prosecution of federal criminal charges against him before the election. “By shielding Donald Trump from standing trial before a jury in two of his felony cases,” Michael Podhorzer, a former political director of the AFL-CIO, writes in a post on his Substack, Tipping the Scales, “Trump’s three appointments to the Supreme Court, along with the even more MAGA Justices Alito and Thomas and Judge Aileen Cannon, have already irreparably interfered in the 2024 election.”Second, the substance of the July 1 ruling in Trump v. United States has convinced Trump and his allies that they will face few legal obstacles if they pursue a radical reconstruction of government — a “second American Revolution,” in the words of one loyalist — if Trump regains the White House on Nov. 5.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump’s, , Donald Trump, ” Michael Podhorzer, , MAGA, Alito, Thomas, Aileen Cannon, , Trump Organizations: Democratic, AFL, Trump v . United, Trump Locations: Trump v, Trump v . United States
York CNN —Teamsters President Sean O’Brien will speak to the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee in July, a sign that former President Donald Trump’s campaign is hoping to peel off the support of union members from President Joe Biden. But unlike other speakers at the RNC, O’Brien’s appearance does not represent an endorsement of Trump, according to Teamsters union spokesperson Kara Deniz. O’Brien has requested the opportunity to also speak at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in August. “Our GREAT convention will unify Americans and demonstrate to the nation’s working families they come first,” Trump wrote. “This is truly unprecedented since it will be the very first time a Teamsters General President has addressed the RNC,” she said in an email.
Persons: Sean O’Brien, Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden, Trump, Kara Deniz, O’Brien, Deniz, ” Trump, , ” Deniz, , ” “, John Palmer, Biden, Sen, Markwayne Mullin, Bernie Sanders, Matt Hill, – CNN’s Gregory Krieg, Kristen Holmes Organizations: York CNN, Republican National Convention, RNC, Teamsters, Democratic National Convention, DNC, United Auto Workers, National Labor Relations Board, AFL, UAW, National Education Association, Democratic, Republican Locations: York, Milwaukee, Chicago, Lago, Oklahoma
Elon Musk took aim at Disney CEO Bob Iger in an apparent April Fools' Day joke posted to X. "Excited to join @Disney as their Chief DEI Officer," Musk wrote in the early hours of April 1. AdvertisementElon Musk took aim at Disney CEO Bob Iger in an apparent April Fools' Day joke which, it turns out, wasn't that original. "Excited to join @Disney as their Chief DEI Officer," Musk wrote on X, formerly Twitter. "Can't wait to work with Bob Iger & Kathleen Kennedy to make their content MORE woke!
Persons: Elon Musk, Bob Iger, Musk, Musk's, , Kathleen Kennedy, Can’t, — Elon, Tesla, Konstantin Kisin, Kisin, 😂, ingle, ince, ake, lon, ina, haring, ike, olitical Organizations: Disney, @Disney, Service, TRIGGERnometry, BBC, ust Locations: lon, usk, ife
In 2019, that picture looked quite different: 29% of new business owners were women, according to Gusto. The US Census does not break out new business formation by gender, and the most recent available data on women-owned businesses is from 2021. The business growth and the community impact garnered her a Young Entrepreneur Award from the US Small Business Administration. Filling the (skilled trades) gapYelp also found that in 2023, women opened more new home services businesses than beauty businesses. “There has absolutely been an uptick in interest over the last few years in this [skilled trades] work” by women, Perez said.
Persons: Bernadette Corbeil, , , Corbeil, she’s, ” Tara Lewis, Bernadette Corbeil Yelp, Yelp, Abby Vandenberg, Ventureneer, Geri Stengel, Wells, Marie, Cyr, Marie Saint, leapfrogged, Saint, ” Lewis, workforces, Allie Perez, Perez, didn’t, Blythe Zemel, Ginny Stogner McDavid, Bernadette Corbeil’s, I’ve, ’ ” Organizations: CNN, Artemis Construction, Wells, Marie Saint, Cyr, New York City Public Schools, US Small Business Administration, NYC, of Labor Statistics, National Association of Women, Construction, Alamo City, George Plumbing Company, Texas Women, AFL Locations: Wildwood , Missouri, hyperdrive, , New York, SIBSPlace, Rockville Centre , New York, New, Saint, San Antonio, Alamo, happenstance, Harris, In Missouri
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is coming out in opposition to the planned sale of U.S. Steel to Nippon Steel of Japan, saying in a statement to be released Thursday that the U.S. needs to "maintain strong American steel companies powered by American steel workers.”In a statement obtained in advance by The Associated Press, Biden adds: “U.S. Steel has been an iconic American steel company for more than a century, and it is vital for it to remain an American steel company that is domestically owned and operated." Thursday's announcement, coming as Biden is campaigning in the Midwest, could have ripples in his race against the GOP presumptive nominee, Donald Trump. Nippon Steel announced in December that it planned to buy the Pittsburgh-based steel producer for $14.1 billion in cash, raising concerns about what the transaction could mean for unionized workers, supply chains and U.S. national security. More than half the steel produced globally comes from China, according to the World Steel Association.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Fumio Kishida, Jill Colvin Organizations: WASHINGTON, Steel, Nippon Steel of, Associated Press, GOP, Democratic, AFL, Nippon Steel, Pittsburgh, Foreign Investment, Teamsters, U.S . Steel, Japan, Trump, Biden, United Steelworkers, Nippon, White, World Steel Association . India Locations: U.S, Nippon Steel of Japan, American, Midwest, United States, Saginaw , Michigan, Pennsylvania, Japan, Asia, China
The Dartmouth College men’s basketball team achieved a significant milestone last week when they became the first college athletes to vote to join a union. And similar to the 13-2 margin vote in favor of the union at the Dartmouth basketball team last week, the unions are winning these votes overwhelmingly. Organizing athletes still uphill battleThe vote last week by the Dartmouth basketball team rightly got a lot of attention as the first group of college athletes to vote to join a union. Dartmouth basketball players don’t get a scholarship, and the college has announced it will seek to overturn the union vote, arguing that they are not employees. Haskins and Myrthil said they hope the victory of the union vote at Dartmouth will spark union votes on many other teams, including the big dollar programs.
Persons: don’t, Christian Sweeney, , , we’ve, Romeo Myrthil, Cade Haskins, Laura Oliverio, Nadine Formiga, Sian Beilock, CNN’s Poppy Harlow, Dartmouth “, ” Romeo Myrthil, CNN Haskins, Myrthil, they’re, ” Haskins, Haskins, who’s, , ’ ”, Douglas Murphy, CNN “, Murphy, Ed Burns, Dartmouth, he’s, “ You’re, “ Will, ‘ We’ll, ” Burns, “ They’re, Jim Harbaugh, Harbaugh, you’ve, It’s, Robert F, Logan Mann, Mann Organizations: New, New York CNN, Dartmouth College men’s, AFL, Dartmouth men's, Dartmouth, Columbia University, CNN, National Labor Relations Board, California State University, CSU Employees Union, Student Workers, , NLRB, Dartmouth men’s, Ivy League, Michigan, Alabama, NCAA, University of Michigan, Department, NFL, United Electrical, Machine Workers of America, Dartmouth College Locations: New York, New York City, Dartmouth, Sweden, America, Minneapolis, Columbia, . Michigan, Hanover, N.H
-WASHINGTON — Labor unions, domestic manufacturers, business associations and other interest organizations on Wednesday announced a bipartisan coalition to target an import loophole allowing billions of un-taxed goods into the U.S."The coalition we have assembled is a testament to the mounting pressure to close the de minimis loophole," Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., said. The ranking member of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade is working in conjunction with the new Coalition to Close the De Minimis Loophole. CBP said it processed over 1 billion de minimis shipments in FY '23, according to a report last modified on March 1. The company has been valued at over $66 billion according to a November report, while PDD reported third-quarter revenue of $9.44 billion that month. "Our industry has lost astonishingly 10 plants in five months as a result of the de minimis loophole," Glas told reporters.
Persons: Rep, Earl Blumenauer, minimis, Blumenauer, Mike Gallagher, Gallagher, Neal Dunn, Sherrod Brown, Marco Rubio, Dunn, Dan Bishop, Rosa DeLauro, Conn, Shein, PDD, Kim Glas, Glas Organizations: Port, WASHINGTON — Labor, Wednesday, Trade, Coalition, Chinese Communist Party, U.S . Customs, CBP, CNBC, House CCP Committee, PDD Holdings, National Council of Textile Organizations, AFL, Alliance for American Manufacturing, Coalition for, Prosperous Locations: China, Port of Los Angeles, Long Beach , California, U.S, United States, Sens, Ohio, Singapore, Prosperous America
Apple shareholders rejected a proposal to release an AI transparency report. AFL-CIO, a labor union federation, wants big tech companies to publish ethical guidelines for the technology. But Apple's shareholders said on Wednesday that creating such a report would hurt their competitive strategy. The request was proposed by AFL-CIO Equity Index Funds, the largest labor union federation in the US, back in October, according to the group's website. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Organizations: Apple, AFL, Bloomberg, Business
New York CNN —What’s the difference between a revolution and a market bubble? Thanks to strong performances in stocks and bonds in 2023, coupled with steady savings rates and employer-provided matching contributions, 401(k) investors ended 2023 very much in the black, reports my colleague Jeanne Sahadi. That’s according to new fourth-quarter data from Fidelity Investments, one of the largest providers of workplace retirement plans that cover 23 million 401(k) participants. The troubled plant-based meat company, which has partnerships with McDonald’s and KFC owner Yum! On a Tuesday call with Beyond Meat’s investors, Brown outlined a set of initiatives intended to rightsize the struggling company.
Persons: New York CNN —, , Jamie Dimon, Dimon, , Torsten Slok, Yung, Yu Ma, , Jeanne Sahadi, Gen Xers, Fidelity, Samantha Delouya, Ethan Brown, Brown Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, Nvidia, AMD, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, JPMorgan, CNBC, Apollo Global Management, Federal Reserve, BMO Wealth Management, Big, Norges Bank Investment Management, Legal, General, AFL, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Lawyers, SEC, Fidelity, Fidelity Investments, McDonald’s, KFC, Brands Locations: New York, California,
The company sees "incredible breakthrough potential for generative AI, which is why we're currently investing significantly in this area," Cook said at Apple's annual shareholder meeting, which was held virtually. He also reframed several announced Apple products as "AI-powered," to emphasize that the company has been working on the technology for years. Current features that use Apple's AI technology include the Vision Pro's hand-tracking tool and Apple Watch's heart rate alerts, Cook said. At the meeting, Cook was not asked about the Apple Car project, which he'd previously called the "mother of all AI projects." The remarks came after Apple shareholders rejected a proposal that would compel the company to produce a report on AI risks.
Persons: Tim Cook, we're, Cook, Apple hasn't, Apple, he'd, Michael Forsythe, Wanda Austin, Al Gore, James Bell Organizations: Apple, Apple Watch, Employees, AFL, CNBC Locations: New York City
KENNEBUNK, Maine (AP) — As long as they still have each other, they're still going to go to every Super Bowl. That's the sentiment shared by three friends who say they are the final fans who can claim membership in the exclusive “never missed a Super Bowl” club. They're part of an ever-dwindling group of people who have attended every Super Bowl that has also included media members, football executives, groundskeepers and others. Norma Hunt, wife of late football pioneer Lamar Hunt, was the sole woman to attend every Super Bowl until she died in June. Crisman's home is adorned with Super Bowl ephemera, right down to a collectible hat commemorating the first Bud Bowl, a promotion about beer that ran during Super Bowl 23 in 1989.
Persons: they're, Don Crisman of, Gregory Eaton of, Tom Henschel, Eaton, Crisman, ” Eaton, , Henschel, groundskeepers, Norma Hunt, Lamar Hunt, ” Crisman, , David Tyree's, Scott Norwood's, Herb Adderley, Joe Namath, Susan Metevier, Don, ” Henschel Organizations: Super, brunch, Detroit Lions, Lions, Henschel, AFL, Bud, Michigan State University, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, Verizon, Pittsburgh Steelers, Crisman, New England Patriots, Patriots, Steelers Locations: KENNEBUNK, Maine, Don Crisman of Maine, Gregory Eaton of Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania, Las Vegas, Detroit, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Vegas, Miami
LAS VEGAS (AP) — First-time candidate Julius Peppers headlines a 2024 Pro Football Hall of Fame class that has a distinctive defensive feel. He was a first-team All-Pro five times in eight seasons and helped San Francisco reach three straight conference title games and one Super Bowl. Freeney was the defensive star on the stellar Colts teams led by Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. Johnson became the first player to spend the bulk of his career with the Texans to make the Hall of Fame. McMichael had 95 career sacks as a defensive tackle, was selected as an All-Pro in 1985 and ’87 and was a second-teamer two other times.
Persons: Julius Peppers, Dwight Freeney, Patrick Willis, Andre Johnson, Devin Hester, Randy Gradishar, Steve McMichael, Art Powell, Buddy Parker, Peppers, , of Famers Bruce Smith, Reggie White, Willis ’, San, Willis, Freeney, Peyton Manning, Indianapolis hadn’t, Manning’s, Hester, Johnson, Ed Reed, Gradishar, didn’t, McMichael, Antonio Gates, Torry Holt, Reggie Wayne, Willie Anderson, Jahri Evans, Darren Woodson, Eric Allen, Rodney Harrison, Fred Taylor, Jared Allen, ___ Organizations: LAS VEGAS, Football Hall of Fame, AFL, Carolina, Panthers, of Famers, Colts, Hall of Fame, Indianapolis, Super, AFC, NFL, Chicago, Bears, Texans, of Fame, of Famer, Pro, Hall, Broncos Locations: Chicago, Green, San Francisco, Houston’s, Houston, Denver’s
Only 4.4% of Georgia workers are union members, the eighth-lowest rate among states. The National Labor Relations Board, the federal agency overseeing union affairs, did not immediately respond Thursday to an email seeking comment. Democrats, though, say the bill is really about making it harder for unions to organize and for companies to accept them. Sen Mike Hodges, a Brunswick Republican who is sponsoring the bill, denied that it would violate federal law. But Democrats said they think the bill is an attempt to attack federal labor law.
Persons: Brian Kemp, Bill, , Hannah Perkins, Kay Ivey, ” Henry McMaster, , Joe Biden’s, , Kemp, you’re, Sen, Bo Hatchett, Cornelia, Nikki Merritt, Merritt, Sen Mike Hodges, Hodges, Jason Esteves, they’re Organizations: ATLANTA, , Gov, Union, National Labor Relations Act, , Georgia AFL, National Labor Relations Board, American Legislative Exchange Council, Democratic, United Auto Workers, Alabama Republican Gov, South, Republican, Georgia Gov, Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Republicans, Cornelia Republican, Senate, Lawrenceville Democrat, Democrats, State, Brunswick Republican, Atlanta Democrat Locations: Georgia, Tennessee, ” Alabama, South Carolina, Indiana, Arizona, Atlanta
In fact, football wasn't even on her radar when Norma Hunt returned from Ireland, where she had spent a year on a Rotary Club scholarship. Norma Hunt was never going to be the passive wife of a sports tycoon, though. Lamar Hunt died in 2006 at the age of 74, and Clark Hunt took over the leadership of the Chiefs franchise. Norma Hunt became an astute businesswoman, every bit as savvy as her husband, the son of an oil magnate. “You know, they both loved the game," Clark Hunt said, ”and my dad obviously had such a huge impact on the game in so many different ways.
Persons: HENDERSON, Clark Hunt, Lamar Hunt, , Norma Hunt, Clark, I'm, “ It's, ” Hunt, , Norma Hunt's, Norma, Roger Goodell, Michael Jordan, , Andy Reid, Ford, Mark Donovan, ‘ Norma, it's, Donovan, Daniel —, FC Dallas —, ” Clark Hunt, Hunt, Pete Rozelle Organizations: Kansas City Chiefs, Chiefs, Super, Kansas City, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Sunday, AFC, NFL, Rotary Club, Dallas Texans, AFL, Chicago Bulls, NBA, Ford, Arrowhead, MLS, FC Dallas, T, FIFA Locations: Nev, Miami, Arizona, Ireland, Innsbruck, Austria, lockstep, North America, Bidwell, California, Sonoma County, Kansas City, , Kansas, Arrowhead, Dallas
What does President Biden have to do to catch up to Donald Trump? Unless the media and other trusted nonpartisan civil society institutions are forthright in affirming that the 2024 election is not a contest between two politicians, Donald Trump and Joe Biden, but a virtual constitutional referendum, Trump could win. The most recent NBC News poll, conducted at the end of January, has Trump favored over Biden by a substantial 47-42 percent. Six of these states — all but North Carolina — voted for Biden in 2020. Trump now leads Biden in all seven of them.
Persons: Biden, Donald Trump, Michael Podhorzer, Podhorzer, Joe Biden, Trump, MAGA, , Carolina — Organizations: AFL, NBC, Trump, Biden, Voters, Republican, Democratic, Bloomberg, Carolina Locations: Arizona , Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, California, New York, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada , North Carolina , Pennsylvania
WASHINGTON (AP) — As he looks past the GOP primary and towards a likely general election rematch against President Joe Biden, Donald Trump will meet with members of the Teamsters Union in Washington Wednesday afternoon as he tries to cut into Biden's support. Trump is hoping to cut into that support as he casts himself as pro-worker and tries to exacerbate longstanding divisions between union leaders and rank-and-file members. While the Teamsters endorsed Biden in 2020 and Hillary Clinton in 2016, O'Brien stressed the union has “a very diverse membership. Wheaton estimates about 30% to 40% of its members voted for Trump in 2020, even though the union endorsed Biden. Teamsters members include UPS drivers, film and television workers, freight operators, members of law enforcement and other government workers.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Trump, Shawn Fain, “ Shawn Fain, ” Trump, , Sean O’Brien, ” Biden, Lauren Hitt, Biden “, O’Brien, , , Hillary Clinton, O'Brien, Wheaton, you’re, ” Wheaton, Fain, Nikki Haley, Trump’s, ___ Krisher, Seung Min Kim Organizations: WASHINGTON, GOP, Teamsters Union, Union, Democratic, AP, AFL, United Auto Workers, DJT, Automobile Industry, Workers, Teamsters, Trump, Fox Business, National Labor Relations Board, , Cornell University, Wheaton, Republican, UAW, UPS, American Federation of Teachers, American Federation of State, Municipal Employees, Associated Press Locations: Washington, Wisconsin, Michigan, Detroit, California, Wheaton, American Federation of State , County
High-profile strikes by writers and actors against Hollywood brought the union power to the mainstream as pictures of celebrities holding picket signs flooded social media. But one big win continues to elude labor: the need to translate its rising popularity into an increase in rank-and-file union membership, which has stagnated in recent decades. It's not a lack of support from the public that's holding unions back from making more progress in growing their ranks. Even before the big wins of 2023, polling conducted in recent years showed rising union popularity, with support at its highest level since 1965, according to 2022 data from Gallup. 'The Great Reset'In 2023, it was a banner year for American workers who support the labor movement.
Persons: Biden, , Heidi Shierholz, I've, Thomas Kochan Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, Local, Chrysler Corporate, Division, Hollywood, UPS, Teamsters, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Union, Economic Policy Institute, Gallup, AFL, CIO, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cornell, ILR, SAG, Writers Guild of America Locations: Ontario , California, American, Michigan, America
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Brock Purdy threw for 267 yards and a touchdown, and the San Francisco 49ers rallied from 17 points down at halftime to beat the Detroit Lions 34-31 on Sunday and reach the Super Bowl. He engineered a game-winning drive in the fourth quarter to beat Green Bay last week and then had an even bigger comeback against the Lions. Detroit remains the only team to play every season of the Super Bowl era without reaching the ultimate game. Purdy then drove the Niners to a 33-yard field goal by Jake Moody and their first lead of the game. Campbell bypassed a chance at a game-tying field goal on fourth-and-3 from the Niners 30 midway through the fourth quarter.
Persons: — Brock Purdy, San Francisco, Purdy, , Kyle Shanahan, Christian McCaffrey, Elijah Mitchell, “ There’s, ” Shanahan, “ It’s, , Josh Johnson, Dan Campbell, Josh Reynolds couldn’t, Jared Goff, Brandon Aiyuk, Aiyuk, ” Aiyuk, ” Jahmyr Gibbs, McCaffrey, Reynolds, Jake Moody, Campbell, Goff, Jameson Williams, Francisco’s, David Montgomery, Gibbs, Michael Badgley, ___ Organizations: San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions, Super, 49ers, NFC, Kansas City, Chiefs, Super Bowl, Lions, Niners, Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia, Detroit, San Francisco, The Lions, NFL, AFL Locations: SANTA CLARA, Calif, San, Detroit, Green, Vegas, Francisco, Williams
All three major averages posted gains for the third consecutive week, lifted by solid quarterly earnings and positive economic data. Earnings season ramps up next week, with five of the Super Six mega-cap stocks delivering results. Employment numbers are the most important economic data, with Friday's January nonfarm payrolls report carrying the most weight. The January ISM Manufacturing report on Thursday and December's factory orders report Friday are expected to show the sector still in contraction mode. But earnings and commentary this week from peer Sartorious made us encouraged about a return to growth in 2024.
Persons: nonfarm, December's, Sartorious, We've, Stanley Black, Decker, We're, We'd, Royal Philips, Crane, Woodward, ServisFirst, Cadence Bancorporation, CADE, Johnson, Phillips, Avery Dennison, Columbus McKinnon, Robinson, SIRI, Cardinal Health, Parker, DOV, Pitney Bowes, Ferrari N.V, CSW, COLM, W.W, Grainger, Dwight Co, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Tim Cook, Justin Sullivan Organizations: Gross, Procter, Gamble, Gillette, Super, Consumer, JPM Healthcare, Amazon, Microsoft, Honeywell, Aerospace, Solutions, Apple Watch, Masimo, Vision Pro, Franklin Resources, Resource Partners, Bank of Marin Bancorp, Bank7 Corp, Pacific Premier Bancorp Inc, Provident Financial Holdings, Dynex, Cliffs Inc, Nucor Corp, Whirlpool Corp, F5 Networks, Capital Southwest Corp, Harbors Investment Corp, Crane Co, Payne, Equity, Heartland Financial, Cadence, FinWise Bancorp, Five Star Bancorp, PotlatchDeltic Corporation, Sanmina Corporation, Pfizer, General Motors Corp, United Parcel Service, JetBlue Airways Corporation, Smith Corp, Marathon Petroleum Corp, HCA Healthcare, Oshkosh Corporation, SYSCO Corp, Danaher Corp, Johnson Controls, M.D.C . Holdings, Commvault Systems Inc, Hope Bancorp, Hubbell Incorporated, Malibu Boats, Polaris Industries, Inc, Camden National Corp, Cambridge Bancorp, Microsoft Corp, Starbucks Corp, Devices, Electronic Arts Inc, Juniper Networks, Stryker Corp, Lending, Canadian, Canadian Pacific Kansas City Limited, Mondelez, Chubb Corporation, Modine Manufacturing, Partners, Management, Hawaiian Holdings, Manhattan Associates, Unum Group, UNM, Axos, Enova, Boston Properties, Boeing Co, Novo Nordisk, Mastercard Inc, Roper Technologies, Boston Scientific Corporation, MarketAxess Holdings, Fisher, Aptiv PLC, Hess Corp, Nasdaq, United Microelectronics Corp, Rockwell Automation, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Ltd, Avery, Avery Dennison Corp, Extreme Networks, Otis Worldwide Corporation, OTIS, Columbus, Columbus McKinnon Corp, Central Pacific Financial Corp, Brinker International, Fortive Corporation, Qualcomm, Technology, Metlife, Hanover Insurance, Barn Holdings, CONMED Corporation, DLH Holdings Corp, Meritage Homes Corporation, Honeywell International, Eaton Corp, Altria, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, Merck, Co, Enterprise Products Partners, Dorian LPG, SiriusXM Holdings, Cardinal, Hannifin Corporation, Allegheny Technologies Incorporated, Tractor Supply Company, Trane Technologies, Dover Corp, Huntington Ingalls Industries, Brunswick Corporation, Dickinson, Canada Goose Holdings, Kirby Corp, WEC Energy Group, WestRock Company, Allegro MicroSystems, Ball Corporation, Broadridge Financial, BrightSphere Investment Group, CMS Energy Corp, Lancaster Colony Corp, Rogers Communications Inc, Sanofi, Apple, Atlassian Corporation, United States Steel Corp, Corp, Adtalem Global, Homes, DXC Technology Company, Eastman Chemical Company, Gen, Post Holdings, America, Columbia Sportswear Company, Exxon Mobil Corp, Chevron Corporation, Myers Squibb Co, CIGNA Corp, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Charter Communications, AON, Cboe, Dwight, Banco Santander, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Apple Vision, Getty Locations: China, East, United States, Europe, Cleveland, Alexandria, California, Corning, Canadian Pacific, Teradyne, TER, Novo, Hanover, PBI, Skechers U.S.A, Bristol, Chile
And it will be the first time the Chiefs hit the road for a conference title game since Jan. 23, 1994, when Joe Montana was the quarterback and they lost 30-13 in Buffalo. That's the way I look at it.”That's the way Mahomes looks at it, too. They also won in Buffalo on Jan. 1, 1967, in the AFL championship game to reach the first Super Bowl, where they lost to the Packers of Vince Lombardi. Winning a conference title game on the road is hardly an easy endeavor, though. Home teams are 35-18 in NFC title games and 36-17 in the AFC championship game, where the Chiefs went 3-2 in the past five that were played in Kansas City.
Persons: — Isiah Pacheco, , ” Pacheco, Patrick Mahomes, Joe Montana, Andy Reid, It's, , Mahomes, Reid, Vince Lombardi, Travis Kelce, Joe Thuney, Trent McDuffie, Chris Jones, Pacheco, Nick Allegretti, FS Mike Edwards, Chamarri Conner, RG Trey Smith, ___ Organizations: KANSAS CITY, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs, AFC, Chiefs, Miami, Bills, Ravens, Super, Kansas City, ” Chiefs, Raiders, AFL, Vikings, Packers, NFC, Philadelphia, Arrowhead, , FS, RG Locations: KANSAS, Mo, Baltimore, Kansas, Buffalo, Oakland, Kansas City
Here are Tuesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Cantor Fitzgerald initiates Nvidia as buy Cantor said in its initiation of Nvidia that the stock is a top pick at the firm. Bank of America adds Apple to the US1 list Bank of America added the stock to its top picks list. TD Cowen upgrades Exxon to outperform from market perform TD says shares of Exxon are "compelling." Oppenheimer initiates Flywire as outperform Oppenheimer initiated the payments company with an outperform rating and said Flywire is a growth stock. Guggenheim reiterates Tesla as sell Guggenheim says it's sticking with its sell rating on Tesla heading into earnings on Wednesday.
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PETERBOROUGH, N.H. (AP) — Trying to upset President Joe Biden in New Hampshire's primary, Democratic challenger Dean Phillips is running a TV ad across the state comparing him to Bigfoot — the argument being both are hard to find. "So I challenged myself to find President Biden in New Hampshire during this primary season. He pushed through Democratic rule changes that prioritized voters of color, deemphasizing New Hampshire's primary. But New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley, who once warned that the new calendar meant a major Democratic challenger could embarrass Biden, now says his write-in campaign should easily prevail. That means Biden supporters could vote in the Republican primary, where Trump and former U.N.
Persons: Joe Biden, Dean Phillips, Biden, ” Biden, , Phillips, Marianne Williamson, Donald Trump, Trump, There’s, , Angela Brennan, ” Phillips, Andrew Yang, Yang, cued, Yang wasn’t, , it’s, , Biden “, Peter Leishman, ” Leishman, Ray Buckley, ” Buckley, Williamson, trumpeting Biden, Kathy Sullivan, “ I’ve, ” Sullivan, ” Ellen Lavoie Cooke, “ I’m, Desmond Kager, I’ll, Nikki Haley, Tracy Moloney, she'd, he's, Moloney, Rodrigue Ngowi Organizations: Democratic, Dartmouth, Trump, White, New Hampshire Democratic, New Hampshire, Democratic Party, New, AFL, Granite, New Hampshire Democrats, Social, Biden, Republicans, Republican, GOP, Dartmouth College Locations: PETERBOROUGH, N.H, New, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Hampshire, Peterborough, Portsmouth, America, Dover, American, Plymouth, , Portsmouth , New Hampshire
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