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"Grab the credit or debit card you want to associate with Apple Pay. Given the mountainous and rugged terrain in Afghanistan, the E-11A is essential for transmitting communications between ground units, commanders as well as other assets in the region. Starbucks earnings are a good look into consumers in China, where the coffee company's same-store sales continue to grow each quarter. begin to do that, and that's providing a certain floor to the economy which is lending itself to more optimism in Davos this year than last year," Staley told CNBC on Wednesday. "I can see people very easily switching from paying in cash to paying using a digital payment platform

The campaign won Old Spice viral success when it kicked off in 2010, featuring actor Isaiah Mustafa as the "Old Spice Guy. Awkwafina accepts the award for BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE - MUSICAL OR COMEDY for "The Farewell" onstage during the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 5, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. Tensions were even higher in 1983 when Hezbollah - Iran's proxy - blew up the U. Kena Betancur | Getty ImagesHarvey Weinstein's defense lawyers asked a New York City judge Wednesday to step aside from presiding over his rape case because of "prejudicial and inflammatory" comments about the fallen movie mogul, which they say suggest he has already decided that Weinstein is guilty before hearing any evidence. Small-scale versions of this technology are well known: It's used in controlled environments to separate carbon dioxide used to make soda beverages fizzy, and astronauts on Apollo 13 improvised a direct-air capture system to lower carbon dioxide levels in their damaged spacecraft after an explosion in 1970

— This is the script of CNBC's news report for China's CCTV on January 15, 2020, Wednesday. The surgical instruments maker's revenue also came in above Wall Street projections. VIDEO1:4101:41If Tesla fails to meet expectations, the stock could sell off hard: CramerMad Money with Jim CramerHigh expectations surround Tesla ahead of its quarterly earnings report, and the electric-vehicle maker has to come through, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday. But if the analyst is correct about the aforementioned retailers, Cramer said, "that could produce a staggering short-squeeze in their stocks because so many of these names have been written off and left for dead and heavily shorted. The grounding, which is entering its 11th month, has cost airlines more than $1 billion, all but halted new sales of the jets and prompted Boeing to temporarily shut down production of the planes

— With reporting from CNBC's Nate Rattner, Crystal Mercedes and Michael Bloom. But if you go every day for three months, you can see that it's paying off. "Marketers are standing back and saying, 'What about us?'" Kassan said. Regardless of what happens in Taiwan, the basic facts won't change: there is only one China in the world and Taiwan is part of China. In the call, Trump pressed his counterpart to announce an investigation into his Democratic rivals while withholding congressionally approved military aid

What you might see is less experienced, less well-trained militias who are angry, feeling they can take it upon themselves to make these decisions to use violence and that could be dangerous for Iraq. Since Bloomberg entered the race in November, Trump's campaign has spent just over $4 million on Facebook ads. Hu said the impact from SARS was manageable and didn't last long, trimming China's quarterly GDP growth by 2 percentage points from 11. You could see Iraq oil production in the cross hairs," he said. "But, Porter added, "he had a great feel for the game, a good feel for players' issues — our concerns

"On a standalone basis, the market looks expensive, but actually if you look at it on a relative basis, it's very cheap," he said. Stefan Wermuth | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesBusiness leaders and politicians from around the world are gearing up to attend another session of the World Economic Forum (WEF), in Davos, Switzerland this week. The wealthy investors surveyed by E-Trade indicated increased interest in dividend stocks (up from 34% to 41%) and slightly less interest in fixed-income exposure (down from 31% to 26%). "Adaptation is likely to entail rising costs and tough choices that may include whether to invest in hardening or relocate people and assets. 20s-30s:Three bitten macaroon cakes of red yellow and green colors in a stack near a blue cup on a white table

The analyst said the trend will persist as the economy reaccelerates, aided by central bank easing. On Wednesday, the president, who is undergoing an impeachment trial in the Senate, sat down with CNBC's Joe Kernen to discuss trade, the U. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first U. The latest investments, announced in May 2019, valued the company at $19 billion. The indexes did, however, all set new highs in the past week as Wall Street readies for earnings season

—Melloy1:55 pm: Bill Miller posts return of nearly 120% for 2019, sees more gains aheadInvestor Bill Miller, who beat the market for 15 straight years while at Legg Mason, boasted a return of 119. "Antunes joined CNBC in 2012, at a time when its digital news site had a bare-bones, black-and-white appearance, with few images and graphics, and routinely relied on wire service copy for a large portion of its content. He cautions, however, that pushing your child to invest in something they aren't passionate about is "a waste of time. But rather than using the money to purchase the software, Williams spent nearly all of it on herself, according to prosecutors, paying for expensive trips and luxury goods. It's aggressive, bullish and instantly distinguishable up front

On Monday, Moody's Investors Service downgraded Spirit's debt into junk-bond territory, saying the company's "liquidity profile will quickly and materially erode in the absence of mitigating developments that remain largely out of the company's control. Nutter noted that, as mayor, Bloomberg pitched in $30 million of his own money to help fund a jobs program that targeted vulnerable black and Latino men. and therefore we are accountable to them to execute on these commitments that we are making, and that's good for business. Iranian officials blamed "human error," and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called it a "disastrous mistake. Meanwhile, Google released a Chrome extension to help people block Google Analytics from collecting information and a protocol so sites won't send data to the company if consumers have opted out, which it said was to help advertisers comply with CCPA

In the first-step agreement between the world's two largest economies, China promises to purchase some $200 billion of American goods over two years and to make changes to its intellectual property and technology rules. "Democrats in Q&A keep pressure on Senate to subpoena BoltonBolton's possible testimony in the trial was a main focus from the start of the proceedings Wednesday. JOHANNES EISELESecurity costsThe Canton of Grisons has published security information and costs for 2020 and says that the additional costs for the security of the WEF Annual Meeting 2020 are expected to total around 9 million Swiss francs ($9. The objections are obvious: if you are a crummy underperforming active mutual fund manager, you are not going to suddenly become successful if you switch to an ETF wrapper. "To the extent that we're still seeing exponential growth in the people that have contracted the virus and people that have died from the virus, I think the cruise companies and the broader travel companies are gonna have to be very cautious … with no potential end in sight," James Hardiman, managing director of equities at Wedbush Securities, told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Tuesday