Both brands have boosted their market share by more than 5 percent in just one year, according to Counterpoint Research.
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Twitter is gearing up to lay off 300 employees this week, Bloomberg reports. That means the company’s workforce will shrink by about 8 percent. However, according to Bloomberg’s anonymous sources, the number of employees being let go could change as Twitter’s restructuring plans are still fluid. Show More Summary
While smartphone sales have slowed in recent years as most markets become saturated, the industry is still managing to post positive figures. Market research firm GfK has released a report today showing phone sales increased 6.6% from...Show More Summary
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The UNEP calls for countries to use at least 20 percent of their transit budgets for bike lanes and safe sidewalks to encourage walking and biking over driving.
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The rates for Obamacare health plans are going up — and that fact is getting quite a big reaction online. However, Obama subsidies are also rising with Obamacare rates, reports NPR. The Obamacare rates felt the strain in the wake of three big insurers taking away coverage in U.S. Show More Summary
Last month, Senator Ted Cruz sought answers to a question that has been vexing some opponents of the Syrian refugee resettlement program: where are the Syrian Christian refugees? Christians made up ten percent of the Syrian population at the start of the Syrian conflict, but constituted only two percent of the resettled refugees. Show More Summary
The federal government announced today that Obamacare premiums are set to rise 22 percent next year. Charles Gaba estimates that premiums will go up 25 percent. Those numbers are close enough that there's probably no need to dive into the weeds to see if there are any gotchas. Show More Summary
Social media company plans to trim about 300 jobs, or 8 percent of its workforce, Bloomberg reports.
For Americans that get their health insurance from Obamacare, monthly premiums are set to rise again next year, in some cases significantly, federal officials announced Monday. Premiums for plans sold on the federal exchange will rise an average of 25 percent, across the 38 states that use the federal health insurance marketplace. Show More Summary
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But most consumers should be able to avoid the price hike if they browse the exchanges for the best deal.
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As we get closer to Election Day, there will be a new flurry of stories showing how Hillary has an 85+percent chance of winning—and that her...
Long-term rates slid suspiciously last week -- still in-range, but an up-trend based on Fed threats has stopped dead. Markets got little new data to chew on, core consumer price indices, if anything, dipping (up only 0.1 percent in September), housing starts and sales continuing a slow-ish pattern...