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Mario Anzuoni | ReutersOff-price retailers like TJX Companies and Ross are still posting sales gains and taking market share from rivals, but it's not just because consumers are under pressure and hunting for value. TJX and Ross both reported fiscal first quarter earnings last week that came in better than Wall Street expected, even as both companies lapped outsize growth from the prior-year period. Ross, which runs Ross Dress for Less and dd's Discounts, posted an 8% jump in sales, bringing revenue to $4.86 billion, compared to estimates of $4.83 billion, according to LSEG. "That's because they're providing consistent value to the consumer – and that's branded consistent value to the consumer at a discount price," said Roach. The dynamic is a bit different at Ross, which has more exposure to the lower- and middle-income consumer than TJX does and competes more on price, said Siegel.
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Brooke Shields, the model-turned-actor who has starred in films, television and onstage, has been elected as the next president of Actors’ Equity Association, the labor union representing stage actors and stage managers. She succeeds Kate Shindle, who had been the union’s president since 2015, and announced last month that she would not seek re-election. The position of Equity president is a volunteer job, and Shields was elected to a four-year term. Shields won the election with about half the vote; the balance was split between two Equity vice presidents, Erin Maureen Koster and Wydetta Carter. Her victory was reported by the newsletter Broadway Journal and announced by the union on Friday; a union spokesman said she was not available for an interview.
Persons: Brooke Shields, Shields, Kate Shindle, Burgess Meredith, Ellen Burstyn, Colleen Dewhurst, Ron Silver, Erin Maureen Koster, Wydetta Carter Organizations: ’ Equity Association, Broadway Journal
Nasdaq notches another record close
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNasdaq notches another record closeKara Murphy, Kestra Investment Management CIO, and Brooke May, Evans May Wealth managing partner, join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to talk the day's market action after another record day for the Nasdaq.
Persons: Kara Murphy, Brooke May, Evans Organizations: Kestra Investment Management, Wealth, Nasdaq
Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Matthew Bennett, a 25-year-old mining equipment brokerage representative in Austin. We were able to afford a luxury trip for our 2nd anniversaryWe've been contemplating moving to California in the future, so I planned a trip to Los Angeles to celebrate our two-year wedding anniversary. It was our first luxury trip as a married couple, and we stayed in four-star hotels, rented a luxury car to drive, and enjoyed fine dining at upscale restaurants. Although we're paying significantly more in rent, it's worth every penny for the experiences we've had so far in Austin. AdvertisementWe have one other goal before we have kids: To open a coffee shop.
Persons: , Matthew Bennett, Brooke, We've, we've, DINK Organizations: Service, Business, BMW, Saab, Toyota Corolla, Rover Locations: Austin, California, Los Angeles, San Antonio
On the agenda today:This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. But first: Where did Mother's Day brunch come from? Austin Melonie Carroll / Getty ImagesThis week's dispatchMother's Day brunchAdvertisementIt's Mother's Day tomorrow — a holiday that can be joyful for many, but also difficult and emotional for others. For those celebrating the holiday, I have a feeling you might be doing something that just feels synonymous with Mother's Day: brunching. I asked Business Insider lifestyle correspondent Anneta Konstantinides for her thoughts — and whether she has any brunch tips.
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Art auction sales at Christie's, Sotheby's and Phillips over the next two weeks are expected to total $1.2 billion, down 18% from a year ago and nearly half the total for the May 2022 sales, according to ArtTactic. It extends a recent decline for the art market from its post-Covid peak, when cheap money, a booming stock market and fiscal stimulus saw record sales. It's the buyers showing up and what the work will sell for that will define our perception of the art market right now. Price pressuresDealers and art experts say the auction art market is stalled over price, with sellers not willing to get a lower price than they might have gotten at the peak of the market in 2021-2022. "The question they're asking is, 'Should we buy in to the art market right now?'"
Persons: Robert Frank, Phillips, Paul Allen, Brooke Lampley, Buyers, Sellers, Philip Hoffman, CNBC's Robert Frank, Andy Warhol, Jean, Michel Basquiat, Crystal Lau, Andrew Fabricant, It's, Hoffman, Francis Bacon's, George Dyer, Bacon, Dyer, Michel Basquiat's Organizations: Sotheby's, Fine Art Group, CNBC Dealers, CNBC Locations: , Gagosian
A new Netflix romcom starring Brooke Shields is streaming now. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Buzzy indies "Eileen" and "The Iron Claw" are newly streaming. Meanwhile, over on Netflix, Brooke Shields leads a new rom-com opposite Chad Michael Murray and Benjamin Bratt. Here's a complete rundown of all the best movies, shows, and documentaries to stream this weekend, broken down by what kind of entertainment you're looking for.
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Brooke Shields, who has two college-age daughters, is learning to deal with empty nest syndrome. However, she says that New York City's high cost of living might help keep her kids at home for longer. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . "You know, the minute my husband is on any type of work trip or gone or something, they still sleep in the bed with me," Shields told cohost Julia Cunningham.
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The New York state comptroller sent a letter to Best Buy last week questioning whether the company changed its commitment to inclusivity and supporting LGBTQ groups. The comptroller's office manages the state's $207 billion public pension fund, which has invested in Best Buy. He also denied that the NCPPR pressured Best Buy to stop supporting LGBTQ groups in general. "This contentious and vast disagreement between radical gender theory activists and the general public has nothing to do with Best Buy selling electronics." Peck did not ask Best Buy to stop its donations to the HRC, saying in the email, "We understand that it's unrealistic for Best Buy to leave HRC in the near future because of their political clout."
Persons: Thomas DiNapoli, Corie, Barry, J, Patrick Doyle, DiNapoli, Scott Shepard, Shepard, Trevor, Carly Charlson, Charlson, Eric Bloem, Bloem, Ethan Peck, Peck, Marina Rizzo, hadn't, Rizzo Organizations: NBC News, Securities, Exchange Commission, National Center for Public Policy Research, Best, NBC, NCPPR's Free Enterprise, SAGE, GLAAD, Human Rights, SEC, NCPPR's Free Enterprise Institute, HRC, PRIDE Locations: York, States
"Dance Moms: The Reunion" brings back some of the original cast members from the Lifetime series about the cutthroat environment of competitive dance — but there's at least one former star you won't see. Abby Lee Miller, the dance instructor who founded the Abby Lee Dance Company at the center of "Dance Moms," doesn't appear in the special, though there are plenty of clips shown of Miller berating the show's young cast (or their mothers). Fellow "Dance Moms" alum JoJo Siwa has said that she speaks to Miller on a regular basis, telling E! Hilliker told E! "Dance Moms: The Reunion" airs May 1 at 8 p.m.
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Keep reading to learn all of your watch options for Dance Moms: The Reunion. Where to watch Dance Moms: The Reunion in the USDance Moms: The Reunion will air on Lifetime at 8 p.m. If you don't have cable but want to live stream the reunion, you can try a live TV package like Sling TV, Philo, or Hulu + Live TV. Hulu + Live TV Hulu + Live TV includes over 90 channels, along with Hulu's on-demand library and access to Disney Plus and ESPN Plus. How to watch Dance Moms: The Reunion with a VPNSign up for a VPN if you don't already have one.
Persons: JoJo Siwa, Chloe Lukasiak, Kendall Vertes, Kalani Hilliker, Brooke, Paige Hyland, Abby Lee Miller, Mackenzie, Maddie Ziegler, Philo, Hulu, Hulu's, ExpressVPN Organizations: Business, Lifetime, Hulu, Disney, ESPN, Disney Plus
Influencer marketing is booming, and brands spend billions to promote products with a personal touch. But these days, the industry of influencer marketing is completely off the rails. Since 2016, the dollars driving the influencer marketing industry have ballooned from $1.6 billion a year to an estimated $21.1 billion in 2023, according to Influencer Marketing Hub. Marketers, brands, influencers, and platform companies all have opportunities to exploit one another to varying degrees of harm." It's not great for consumersDespite the money flying around, the FTC only provides basic guidelines about disclosure requirements for influencer marketing to protect consumers of their content.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBofA's Jill Carey Hall: We continue to favor small caps for the long-termJill Carey Hall, BofA Securities, and Brooke May, Evans May Wealth, join 'Closing Bell Overtime' to talk the day's market action.
Persons: Jill Carey, Jill Carey Hall, Brooke May, Evans Organizations: BofA Securities, Wealth
Analyst Edward Kelly upgraded the discount retailer to overweight from equal weight and opened a $180 price target. Yefremov's $400 price target indicates shares can jump 31.7% from Wednesday's closing price. Analyst Andrea Teixeira downgraded the energy drink maker to neutral from overweight and cut her price target by $7 to $59. — Alex Harring 5:38 a.m.: Wall Street reacts to Meta earnings Meta Platforms disappointed investors with its weak revenue guidance , sending shares down about 13% in premarket trading. His price target of $55 implies upside of 22% over the next 12 months.
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Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss became inseparable after meeting at the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. AdvertisementThe friendship of Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss dates back to 2013, when the musician and the supermodel met backstage at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. AdvertisementApril 2014: Kloss and Swift are spotted together in New York CityTaylor Swift and Karlie Kloss often spent time together in New York City. November 23, 2014: Swift brings Kloss as her date to the American Music AwardsTaylor Swift and Karlie Kloss at the 2014 AMAs. July 11, 2015: Kloss appears at another of Swift's concerts in New JerseyTaylor Swift's friends went to her concert in New Jersey.
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Brooke Shields, mother of two, shared a quick parenting tip at the 2024 PHM HealthFront. She shared one simple, quick tip for getting your children to naturally talk more — without delving into helicopter parent territory. AdvertisementGetting them to feel safe in being honest with you pays off when they're older, Shields said, speaking from experience. Shields wants to be more 'intentional' than her mother wasBrooke Shields with her mother, Teri Shields, in 1981. Jack Mitchell/Getty ImagesDuring her PHM interview, Shields opened up about how her mother, Teri Shields, indirectly influenced her parenting style.
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Walter Iooss Jr./Sports Illustrated via Getty Images Simpson competes during a track event at the University of Southern California in 1967. Focus On Sport via Getty Images Simpson gets ice applied to his bandaged right foot from his wife Marguerite in 1967. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Simpson poses with the Heisman Memorial Trophy after receiving the award in 1968. Bettmann Archive/Getty Images Simpson is brought down by another football player during the Hula Bowl in 1969. ABC Photo Archives/Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images Simpson acts in a scene from the 1978 film "Capricorn One."
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In 2005, Tom Cruise criticized Brooke Shields' use of antidepressants for postpartum depression. At the 2024 PHM HealthFront, Brooke Shields said his comments "backfired." AdvertisementIn one of the most controversial moments of Tom Cruise's career, the actor criticized Brooke Shields for talking about her use of antidepressants to treat postpartum depression. Almost 20 years later, Shields says Cruise accidentally raised awareness around the issue and drove people to fight for better treatment. Desiree Navarro/Stringer/Getty ImagesCruise initially called Brooke Shields "irresponsible" for using antidepressants in a 2005 "Access Hollywood" interview.
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Read previewLike any other beauty trend, manicure styles come in and out of fashion. But in 2024, nail looks are getting much simpler as people gravitate toward "no-manicure" manicures. AdvertisementFor some, this means wearing no polish on well-buffed nails, while others are swapping their long acrylics for a shorter style nail with muted polish. 'No-manicure' manicures can save people time and moneyThe trend also coincides with high inflation rates and skyrocketing costs of living. AdvertisementIt's much easier to create the "no-manicure" manicure than to apply acrylics or gel extensions at home, which makes the trend even more appealing.
Persons: , Brooke DeVard, Edebiri, Elyse Jankowski, DeVard, Billie Eilish, Emma Stone, manicurists, Oscar, Rodin Eckenroth, it's Organizations: Service, Business, Getty
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailHong Kong Sevens 2024 will be a 'significant' contribution to the economy: HKRU chairmanChris Brooke, chairman of Hong Kong China Rugby, discusses how the event was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the opportunities ahead.
Persons: Chris Brooke Organizations: Hong Kong, Hong Kong China Rugby Locations: Hong Kong China
"Best Buy has partnerships with and contributes to organizations and activists that promote the practice of gender transition surgeries on minors and evangelize gender theory to minors. Why are Best Buy shareholders funding the proliferation of an ideology seeking to mutilate the reproductive organs of children before they finish puberty?" "This contentious and vast disagreement between radical gender theory activists and the general public has nothing to do with Best Buy selling electronics." "Were Best Buy to agree to such a compromise with us, we will not make a splash about it." In an email on Friday, GLAAD, one of the LGBTQ nonprofits mentioned in the SEC filing, expressed its displeasure with Best Buy.
Persons: hasn't, Carly Charlson, NCPPR, , Ethan Peck, Peck, Marina Rizzo, Rizzo, we're, Bud Light, Bud Light's, influencer Dylan Mulvaney, Sarah Kate Ellis Organizations: Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, National Center for Public Policy Research, Best, HRC, NCPPR's Free Enterprise Institute, SAGE, GLAAD, Rights, PRIDE, NBC, Anheuser, Busch Inbev Locations: States
I'm a Food Network "Chopped" champion, and I was surprised by a few things when I was on the show. AdvertisementArguably one of the most successful cooking-competition shows of all time, Food Network's "Chopped" is a television phenomenon — which is why I'm still surprised I won. Here are 10 things that surprised me about the "Chopped" competition that even die-hard fans don't know. AdvertisementAs legend has it, there's one bowl in the "Chopped" kitchen that spells doom for the chef who uses it. Food NetworkWhether you get chopped after the appetizer round or win the whole thing, all the "talking-head" interviews on "Chopped" are filmed after your competition is over.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Brooke Schofield and Tana Mongeau on their "Cancelled" tour. But Schofield's confidence grew once her podcast with Mongeau, "Cancelled," launched in July 2021 and showcased her comic timing, fashion sense, and life stories. Schofield and Mongeau are also now taking their show on a US tour, which ends on June 2 in Oakland, California. "She's gotten hate for so many things and she's just really good at not taking it in," Schofield said.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMore upside opportunity for the S&P 500 between now and year end: Evans May Wealth's Brooke MayBrook May, Evans May Wealth managing partner and Viktor Shvets, Macquarie Capital head of global desk strategy, joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to talk the day's market action.
Persons: Evans, Wealth's Brooke May, Viktor Shvets Organizations: Wealth, Macquarie Capital
Flau’jae, the 20-year-old star of basketball and hip-hop, does not manage $1.3 trillion in assets for clients. She also does not have an army of financial advisers and economists at her disposal. Listen to “Paper Right,” a recently released hip-hop track recorded by Wyclef Jean, a founding member of the Fugees, with guest appearances by artists including Flau’jae, Pusha T, Lola Brooke and Capella Grey. I wrote on Monday about a program that teaches math through personal finance and personal finance through math. You have to keep your eyes on the prize — and to know that there’s a prize you should want in the first place.
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