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- ADT Prices $1.3B Notes Offering, To Repay Debts With Proceeds
ADT's indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries price $1.3 billion worth of senior notes offerings. The net proceeds will be used to redeem existing notes, and pay certain fees and expenses.
Zacks. Friday, 17 Jan 2020.
- Flowserve (FLS) to Gain From Strong End Markets Amid Risks
Flowserve (FLS) expects to benefit from near-term opportunities in the chemical market and disciplined capital-allocation strategy. However, high debt
level poses a concern.
Zacks. Friday, 17 Jan 2020.
- Free money: 4 easy ways to get cash back without even trying - CNET
You already know about rewards credit
cards, but if you're not using these other options, you're missing out on even more dough.
CNET. Friday, 17 Jan 2020.
- Flybe confirms it will get a tax and duty holiday
But the struggling airline says the debt
with tax authorities is far lower than reported.
BBC News. Friday, 17 Jan 2020.
- Satya Nadella credits Steve Ballmer for pushing Microsoft into the cloud
While Satya Nadella is celebrated for turning around Microsoft, the CEO says that his predecessor, Steve Ballmer, encouraged the early moves to the cloud.
CNBC. Friday, 17 Jan 2020.
- Student debt is over $1.6 trillion and hardly anyone is paying down their loans
Since the explosion of student loan debt
following the Great Recession, annual repayment rates, or the amount of existing balances lowered, have been just 3%
CNBC. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Share of low-income households with children struggling with housing costs has risen to over half
The Resolution Foundation says that consumer debt
among poorer households has risen the fastest among any income group, with the proportion rising by nine percentage points.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Student Debtor Forgiven $220,000 in School Loans
Law school graduate asks court to consider 'undue hardship' of student loans.
Voice of America. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Why is kosher food soaring in popularity?
Sales of kosher accredited food is booming around the world, with more and more firms getting in on act.
BBC News. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Michael Avenatti trying to hide assets from creditors: Prosecutors
Federal prosecutors are alleging that Michael Avenatti is deeply in debt
and trying to shield assets from creditors.
ABC News. Wednesday, 15 Jan 2020.
- Canceling Student Debt Is Easier Than It Sounds
A little-known provision allows the U.S. education secretary to erase student loan debt
without going to Congress. Elizabeth Warren says if elected president she would put that provision to use.
NPR. Tuesday, 14 Jan 2020.
- Warren pledges to start her plan to forgive $1.6 TRILLION in student debt 'on day one'
Sen. Elizabeth Warren pledged Tuesday that as president she'd take a crack at the $1.6 trillion in U.S. student loan debt
'on day one.'
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 14 Jan 2020.
- Senator Warren Announces A New Plan To Cancel Student Debt
Senator Warren released a new plan that says she would be able to cancel student debt
on day one of her administration.
Forbes. Tuesday, 14 Jan 2020.
- Global Debt-to-GDP Ratio Hit an All-Time High Last Year
The global debt-to-GDP ratio hit an all-time high of 322% in the third quarter of last year, according to a report released Monday by the Institute of International Finance.
Newsmax. Tuesday, 14 Jan 2020.
- Credit, tech providers offer rosy outlook for furniture financing
Customers who qualify for prime lending rates, those who have to pay higher rates and those who may not be creditworthy at all continue to look for the best financing options. ...
Furniture Today. Monday, 13 Jan 2020.
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