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The Federal Trade Commission is launching an investigation into so-called "surveillance pricing," seeking more information about how artificial intelligence is used to change pricing rapidly based on data about customer behavior and characteristics. The FTC says the practice allows companies to charge different customers, different prices. "Firms that harvest Americans' personal data can put people's privacy at risk," FTC Chair Lina Khan said in a news release. Kahn describes surveillance pricing as a "shadowy ecosystem of pricing middlemen." Mastercard said in a statement, "We will cooperate with the FTC in this process."
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CNBC Daily Open: Biden drops out
  + stars: | 2024-07-22 | by ( Abid Ali | )   time to read: +5 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Starbucks stake Activist investor Elliott Management has taken a substantial stake in Starbucks and is engaging with management to boost the company's share price, according to the Wall Street Journal. Get the CNBC Daily Open report in your inbox every morning and keep up to date with the markets wherever you are. Big Tech faces the challenge of rekindling Wall Street's enthusiasm after a $900 billion tech rout.
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M & A moves: Club holding Dover said Monday it will sell its Environmental Solutions Group business to Terex Corporation for $2 billion in cash. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
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Elliott Management's stake in Starbucks is exactly the jolt the struggling coffee stock needs to return to its winning ways. The well-known activist hedge fund has taken a significant position in Starbucks and is in discussions with the company on ways to improve its depressed stock price, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday afternoon. "I think Starbucks is a very big buy here because of Elliott," Jim Cramer said Monday on CNBC. SBUX YTD mountain SBUX stock performance year-to-date. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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New York CNN —Nearly all McDonald’s US locations will continue to sell the “$5 Meal Deal” after people flocked to the promotion amid rising food prices. Since its launch in June, the limited time offering is “resonating with our millions of customers,” and the company claimed the move was siphoning off business from its competition, according to an internal McDonald’s memo obtained by CNN. McDonald’s launched the “$5 Meal Deal” in late June intended to be for one month only. The meal includes a McDouble cheeseburger or a McChicken sandwich, small french fries, four-piece Chicken McNuggets and a small soft drink. Diners are not going out to eat as often and spending less when they do, causing fast food sales to slow and restaurant traffic to dip.
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McDonald's will extend its $5 value meal beyond its initial four-week window in most of its U.S. markets, as the fast food giant says the offer is driving traffic back to restaurants. The memo said the majority of locations will extend through August, or plan to vote on whether to do so. The $5 value meal rolled out on menu boards beginning June 25 and was initially set to last roughly a month. The move comes as restaurants offer deals to boost sagging traffic, as consumers — particularly lower-income diners — balk at higher prices after years of inflation-fueled hikes. Coca-Cola kicked in marketing funds to make the initial value offer more appealing for franchisees, CNBC reported in May.
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I thought Estee Lauder's CEO could handle China downturn, he can't, says Jim Cramer'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer looks at the similarities between Nike, Starbucks and Estee Lauder.
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But people making the same exact purchases as you aren’t necessarily paying the same exact prices as you. Companies have used this kind of information to effectively offer different prices to different groups of consumers. Using AI, companies can now answer questions like, “What is this person going to buy next? Rather, its bread and butter is providing companies with “all of the analytics and predictive scenarios” to figure out prices themselves. Then, by predicting how much consumers will buy at different price points, Revionics helps retailers manage their inventories.
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It didn't take long to remember what a second Donald Trump presidential term would mean for the stock market, did it? He talked about how interested he was in the stock market and that he wanted his kids to learn so they watched my show together. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio. If Jim has talked about a stock on CNBC TV, he waits 72 hours after issuing the trade alert before executing the trade.
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But in general, this is the kind of development we've hoped to see ever since Starbucks' massive earnings miss April 30. We'll take the nearly 7% pop in shares Friday and hope it's only the beginning of recovery for the beaten-up stock. Fed's fave inflation measure : The personal spending and income report will be the most closely watched economic report next week. Earnings : As the second-quarter earnings season picks up pace, we'll hear from five Club holdings next week including Google parent Alphabet . Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
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Employees who brewed and served Starbucks coffee, whom Starbucks called baristas, handwrote customers’ names on their drink orders. But Starbucks’ business has transformed, and it has struggled to maintain its identity as that third place along the way. In some stores, customers complained online that Starbucks pulled out comfortable chairs and replaced them with hard wooden stools. Mobile ordering was another major step in Starbucks’ road to becoming primarily a take-away business. Starbucks also is opening 2,000 new stores, including traditional Starbucks locations, pick-up stores, delivery-only stores and drive thru-only locations.
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Elliott Management has taken a significant stake in coffee chain Starbucks and is engaging with management to find ways to improve the company's share price, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. The firm did not hold a Starbucks stake as of March 31, its most recent disclosure. In April, the company reported disappointing quarterly results, with U.S. same-store sales falling 3% and traffic dropping 7%. Starbucks reported rates of incomplete mobile app orders in the mid-teens and said occasional customers came in less often. Narasimhan was hand-picked by returnee Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to lead the company after his prior successor, Kevin Johnson, stepped down.
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Activist Elliott reportedly takes sizable stake in Starbucks
  + stars: | 2024-07-19 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailActivist Elliott reportedly takes sizable stake in StarbucksCNBC's Kate Rogers joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss reports of activist Elliott taking a stake in Starbucks.
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In today's big story, President Biden's comeback plan isn't working , and Democratic leaders are ready to move on . President Joe Biden's reelection campaign appears to be on its last legs as calls within his party have grown from whispers to shouts since his disastrous debate last month. AdvertisementBut perhaps the biggest blow to Biden's reelection campaign came with the news that his former running mate has doubts. But for some Democrats, the risk of Biden continuing his reelection campaign could extend from the White House to Capitol Hill. Still, despite mounting pressure, Biden's campaign has remained steadfast about his reelection bid.
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Our comprehensive guide explores the best ways to redeem credit card points without traveling. This guide will help you understand why and when to consider doing so, and the most innovative uses for credit card rewards beyond flights and hotels. Our guide to the most popular travel rewards credit cards can help you make sense of each loyalty program and its reward "currency", while our guide to the best credit card rewards apps help you track how many points you have, and when they will expire. Credit card rewards can have somewhat complicated tax implications, especially if you choose cash-back rewards instead of for products, services, or experiences. Use credit card rewards for Amazon purchasesMany major credit card issuers including American Express, Capital One, and Chase let you use your rewards to pay for purchases on Amazon.
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Maybe you've earned a few welcome bonuses, and utilize credit card rewards to the best of your ability. When the holiday season rolls around, check credit card shopping offers for holiday savings. It offers a percentage cash back on purchases at specific retailers:Capital One Shopping offers work more like a cash-back portal. Credit card-linked offers frequently asked questionsWhat are credit card-linked offers? Credit card-linked offers are special deals or rewards linked to your credit card, providing benefits like cashback, discounts, or bonus points when you make purchases with participating merchants.
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Finding a job in Ireland is tough, especially if you're not in the country yetIt's hard to get a job in Dublin. Sadly, the Irish job market is extremely competitive, especially in Dublin. AdvertisementFinding housing in Ireland is equally as difficult, if not harder, than job huntingRent in Ireland can be pricey. Alexis McSparrenFinding housing in Ireland overall is very difficult, but finding housing in Dublin is a struggle. Finding my people in Ireland took some timeI met my boyfriend after I moved to Ireland.
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Read previewMercedes-Benz is bringing its fast electric vehicle charging stations to 100 Starbucks locations. The charging stations will be accessible to all EV owners. But for EV owners, it's a major roadblock hindering widespread adoption. Related storiesA company spokesperson told Business Insider that by 2030, it hopes to lead the retail industry in decarbonization solutions. The Starbucks spokesperson said the coffee giant is continuing to learn how its customers interact with EV stations and exploring partnerships and areas that would benefit from similar routes.
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Here's a rapid-fire update on all 34 stocks in Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust, the portfolio we use for the CNBC Investing Club. Costco : While Costco gets nearly 7% of its sales from China, Jim said it's unlikely its business would be threatened by geopolitics given the company's popularity in the country. Constellation Brands : There's no doubt that the Modelo and Corona parent is a less attractive stock under Trump compared with Biden. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
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The first full week of earnings kicked off earlier this week, with results from some of the biggest banks on Monday and Tuesday. Its estimated EPS for the current quarter has fallen more than 16% to 94 cents a share. The stock has been under pressure during this stretch, dropping 11.6% in the past three months as of Tuesday's close. Southwest Airlines made the list after receiving 28 downward EPS revisions, resulting in a consensus estimate that fell 35.1% in the three months. Last month, Charlotte-based steelmaker Nucor cut its second-quarter earnings guidance , a major factor behind analysts' 21 earnings estimate cuts over the past three months.
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Here are Tuesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Morgan Stanley names Taiwan Semiconductor a catalyst driven idea Morgan Stanley said it said shares of the semis company have more room to run. " Morgan Stanley upgrades Chegg to equal weight from underweight Morgan Stanley said the risk/reward is balanced for the education company. Morgan Stanley upgrades Sweetgreen to equal weight from underweight Morgan Stanley said the restaurant chain's stock is starting to become compelling. Evercore ISI downgrades Yum and Starbucks to in line from outperform Evercore said in its downgrade of Yum and Starbucks that trends are softening. Evercore ISI reiterates Netflix as outperform Evercore said it's cautious heading into earnings later this week but that it's sticking with its outperform rating.
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My teen son joins us frequently, mostly made possible because he homeschools and agenerally likes to travel. AdvertisementGas stations in France are better than those in the USThis summer is the first one we've rented a car and spent significant time driving throughout France. This experience has come with a startling experience: Shell gas stations in France are wildly more clean and comfortable than they are in the States; in fact, they're even borderline beautiful. In addition to just flat-out being my favorite fast food, Taco Bell is also a favorite of my son's because he's been a vegetarian his entire life, and you can always count on Taco Bell for a few bean burritos (no red sauce, no onions) in a pinch. The reason for the lack of Taco Bell has never been explained to me, and France clearly has no problem hosting fast food establishments from the US (KFC, McDonald's, and Burger King are everywhere).
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In the meantime, we received some terrific feedback from members after revealing in late May five stocks we would buy right here, right now. So which stocks would I buy right now? And while we expect Monday may not be a good day for tech stocks — remember it is only day three of the rotation — you have to buy AMD before the tide turns back to tech. I said that Best Buy was much more than just a brick-and-mortar company and that its integrity was high. More importantly, like AMD, Best Buy is where people will try out a new AI PC.
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forward Price Target (28% upside)." Bank of America reiterates Micron as buy Bank of America said it's sticking with its buy rating after a series of constructive management meetings. Benchmark reiterates Nvidia as buy Benchmark raised its price target on Nvidia to $170 per share from $135. "We are raising our rating on Booking Holdings (BKNG) to Buy from Hold and establishing a new $4,700 per share price target." "We are initiating coverage on Carvana Co. with a BUY rating and $155 PT."
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But Mizuho expects things will play out differently, and instead raises its price target on the electric vehicle maker, citing challenges with its robotaxis. Morgan Stanley stands by Starbucks, keeping it at an overweight, but lowering its price target. Fong's $155 price target suggests shares can jump another 19.3% over Thursday's closing level, building on a year of monster gains. Analyst Doug Anmuth hiked the mega-cap technology stock's price target by $100 to $750, now implying 14.9% upside from Thursday's close. While he upped his price target by $50 to $197, that fresh target reflects a drop of 18.3%.
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