These are the top moments from January’s Democratic debate in Iowa

These are the top moments from January’s Democratic debate in Iowa3 Hours AgoJoe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer spent two hours at Drake University in the last debate before the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses. The debate came amid tension between the two chambers of Congress as a Senate trial for President Donald Trump’s impeachment looms next week. Things got testy between Warren and Sanders, who are both progressives and reputed friends


These are the top moments from January’s Democratic debate in Iowa3 Hours AgoJoe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer spent two hours at Drake University in the last debate before the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.
The debate came amid tension between the two chambers of Congress as a Senate trial for President Donald Trump’s impeachment looms next week.
Things got testy between Warren and Sanders, who are both progressives and reputed friends
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These are the top moments from January's Democratic debate in Iowa

These are the top moments from January’s Democratic debate in Iowa

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Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer spent two hours at Drake University in the last debate before the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses. The debate came amid tension between the two chambers of Congress as a Senate trial for President Donald Trump’s impeachment looms next week. Things got testy between Warren and Sanders, who are both progressives and reputed friends, as they did not shake hands after the debate.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2020-01-15  Authors: robyn beck, afp, getty images
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Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announces $1 billion investment into India businesses as business owners protest his visit

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announces $1 billion investment into India businesses as business owners protest his visit1 Hour AgoAmazon CEO Jeff Bezos made the announcement at Amazon’s Smbhav event in New Delhi. Smbhav is a two-day event that Amazon holds to connect with small and medium-sized businesses. At the same time as the event, small business owners across 300 cities in India protested his trip to the country.


Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announces $1 billion investment into India businesses as business owners protest his visit1 Hour AgoAmazon CEO Jeff Bezos made the announcement at Amazon’s Smbhav event in New Delhi.
Smbhav is a two-day event that Amazon holds to connect with small and medium-sized businesses.
At the same time as the event, small business owners across 300 cities in India protested his trip to the country.
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos announces $1 billion investment into India businesses as business owners protest his visit

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announces $1 billion investment into India businesses as business owners protest his visit

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos made the announcement at Amazon’s Smbhav event in New Delhi. Smbhav is a two-day event that Amazon holds to connect with small and medium-sized businesses. At the same time as the event, small business owners across 300 cities in India protested his trip to the country.


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6 ways to protect yourself from an Iranian cyberattack

There’s much speculation on Iran’s plans in response to heightened world tensions and what it might mean in the cyberspace domain. We’ve already witnessed an Iranian kinetic response on U.S. assets in Iraq, so it’s worth assessing whether we’re experiencing cyber fear-mongering or if companies and governments should take steps to help protect themselves if needed. “Threat” is a combination of motivation, willingness and capability. Recall in 2012 the Iranian hacker groups, allegedly working on b


There’s much speculation on Iran’s plans in response to heightened world tensions and what it might mean in the cyberspace domain.
We’ve already witnessed an Iranian kinetic response on U.S. assets in Iraq, so it’s worth assessing whether we’re experiencing cyber fear-mongering or if companies and governments should take steps to help protect themselves if needed.
“Threat” is a combination of motivation, willingness and capability.
Recall in 2012 the Iranian hacker groups, allegedly working on b
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6 ways to protect yourself from an Iranian cyberattack

There’s much speculation on Iran’s plans in response to heightened world tensions and what it might mean in the cyberspace domain. We’ve already witnessed an Iranian kinetic response on U.S. assets in Iraq, so it’s worth assessing whether we’re experiencing cyber fear-mongering or if companies and governments should take steps to help protect themselves if needed.

The key is to ascertain if it is a viable threat. “Threat” is a combination of motivation, willingness and capability. In this case, seemingly, Iran wants to strike back at U.S. interests (motivation); believes they have little to lose, with max sanctions already in place, and much to gain (willingness); and Iran is known to have attack tools at their disposal (capability).

Recall in 2012 the Iranian hacker groups, allegedly working on behalf of the Iranian government, who conducted distributed denial-of-service attacks against dozens of American banks, as well as attempting to seize control of Bowman Dam outside New York City.

Those who raise the threat of an Iranian cyberattack as a possible or likely response in 2020 are not recklessly beating the drum.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2020-01-10  Authors: phil quade, chief information security officer at fortinet, getty images
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Telemedicine could change the way you visit your doctor. Are we ready?

Telemedicine, which allows your doctor to visit, diagnose and treat you virtually — all in the comfort of your own home — is growing rapidly. In addition to being “seen” by your doctor, telemedicine allows you and your physician to exchange health data and other information. Power study says telemedicine is reducing emergency room visits, noting that just a 1% decrease in emergency room visits, replaced by telemedicine, can result in average savings of $102 million per year. Power study, which i


Telemedicine, which allows your doctor to visit, diagnose and treat you virtually — all in the comfort of your own home — is growing rapidly.
In addition to being “seen” by your doctor, telemedicine allows you and your physician to exchange health data and other information.
Power study says telemedicine is reducing emergency room visits, noting that just a 1% decrease in emergency room visits, replaced by telemedicine, can result in average savings of $102 million per year.
Power study, which i
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Telemedicine could change the way you visit your doctor. Are we ready?

Think of it as the 21st century version of the doctor’s house call. Telemedicine, which allows your doctor to visit, diagnose and treat you virtually — all in the comfort of your own home — is growing rapidly.

Usage is up 53% from 2016 to 2017, according to a J.D. Power study issued in July.

“It’s really taking health care back to the patients and the customers of health care, which is very exciting,” Dr. Andrew Watson, vice president of Clinical Information Technology Transformation at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, said in an interview with CNBC’s “American Greed.”

Doctors and patients like the flexibility and time savings the online technology affords, particularly in rural areas where access to care can be difficult. In addition to being “seen” by your doctor, telemedicine allows you and your physician to exchange health data and other information.

Policymakers and insurance companies like the cost savings. The J.D. Power study says telemedicine is reducing emergency room visits, noting that just a 1% decrease in emergency room visits, replaced by telemedicine, can result in average savings of $102 million per year.

No wonder telemedicine is one of the few areas of health care with bipartisan agreement in Washington. A two-year budget deal approved in 2018 eased restrictions on Medicare reimbursement for telemedicine services, and a bill to combat the opioid epidemic, signed into law that year, included new funding for opioid-specific telemedicine services. In October, President Donald Trump signed an executive order further expanding the use of telemedicine under Medicare.

But the widespread appeal and growing acceptance of telemedicine has also attracted fraudsters seeking to use enthusiasm about the technology to their advantage.

Keisha Williams of Ashburn, Virginia, admitted running a $5 million scam in which she told prospective investors she had won the rights in a bankruptcy auction to telemedicine software created by an Austrian company, Zydacron. She said she needed the investors’ money to complete the purchase of the software, and she promised to pay them back with interest as high as 300%.

Excited by the prospects for telemedicine, some 50 investors ponied up tens of thousands of dollars apiece. 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.

“Keisha Williams displayed absolutely no empathy whatsoever for her victims and the positions she had put them in. It was a lack of conscience that was verging on sociopathic,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Grace Hill told “American Greed.”

Williams, 44, pleaded guilty in 2018 to multiple felonies including fraud, money laundering and conspiracy. She is serving a 15½-year sentence at a minimum-security federal prison in West Virginia.

Watson, who is also a past president of the American Telemedicine Association, believes the technology and the prevalence of telemedicine are advancing to the point where scams like Williams’ are becoming far more difficult to pull off. He likens it to other medical technologies like transplantation and minimally invasive surgery.

“It’s all just the culture of a learning environment, and we’re getting used to a new way of doing medicine,” he said.

Despite that enthusiasm in the medical community, telemedicine is still reaching only a small percentage of the public.

The J.D. Power study, which included a June survey of 1,000 people, found that fewer than 10% had used telemedicine services in lieu of an office or emergency room visit. Usage was highest in the West — 11.1% — and lowest in the Northeast, 5.7%.

The study cited low awareness about the technology as the main obstacle to telemedicine’s growth. But patient skepticism is also an issue.

“It’s hard enough to get a doctor to listen to you when you’re sitting in front of them,” one survey respondent said. “I’m sure they would be even more distracted online.”

“It could be more prone to error without seeing a patient in person,” said another.

Others worried about whether the technology is secure.

“Massive privacy issues, I am unclear as to proof of providers’ qualifications,” a respondent said.

But Watson, a colorectal surgeon, believes those concerns will evaporate as patients and doctors become more accustomed to virtual visits.

“I’ve done over 500 consults — that’s when I see the patients and talk to them remotely,” he said. “I feel very comfortable taking care of them, seeing them, examining them and treating them. It’s very effective, and we’re seeing this in the literature as well, which is exciting.”

The J.D. Power study likens the development of telemedicine to public acceptance of mobile banking.

“Think about it,” the study says. “Ten years ago, would you have ever imagined taking a picture of a personal check for mobile deposit?”

But the study says the industry still has plenty of work to do to build public confidence in the technology.

“A ‘build it and they will come’ approach will not be optimal,” the researchers said.

Scams like Williams’ probably do not help.

See how Keisha Williams misused the promise of a burgeoning medical technology to extract $5 million from investors and fund her outrageously lavish lifestyle. Watch an ALL NEW episode of “American Greed,” Monday, Jan. 13 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, only on CNBC.


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Why real estate investors are flocking to Singapore

Why real estate investors are flocking to Singapore12:43 AM ET Wed, 1 Jan 2020Singapore has emerged as the top investment prospect for property in Asia Pacific, according to a new report from PwC and the Urban Land Institute. This is no mean feat for the land-scarce country, which has experienced several subpar years, ranking as low as 21 in 2017. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar visits the city-state’s high-rise offices, opulent bungalows and snazzy condos, to learn how one of the smallest countries on earth


Why real estate investors are flocking to Singapore12:43 AM ET Wed, 1 Jan 2020Singapore has emerged as the top investment prospect for property in Asia Pacific, according to a new report from PwC and the Urban Land Institute.
This is no mean feat for the land-scarce country, which has experienced several subpar years, ranking as low as 21 in 2017.
CNBC’s Nessa Anwar visits the city-state’s high-rise offices, opulent bungalows and snazzy condos, to learn how one of the smallest countries on earth
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Why real estate investors are flocking to Singapore

Why real estate investors are flocking to Singapore

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Singapore has emerged as the top investment prospect for property in Asia Pacific, according to a new report from PwC and the Urban Land Institute. This is no mean feat for the land-scarce country, which has experienced several subpar years, ranking as low as 21 in 2017. CNBC’s Nessa Anwar visits the city-state’s high-rise offices, opulent bungalows and snazzy condos, to learn how one of the smallest countries on earth rebounded to number one.


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Markets and Politics Digital Original Video

7:48 AM ET Sat, 13 July 2019The U.S. military’s use of a firefighting foam, with the intention to save lives, could turn out to have dire consequences for the people who handled it and people who live nearby. PFAS, short for per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances, have seeped into the groundwater and at times spread into drinking water by way of firefighting foam runoff. Now, communities across the country are wondering what PFAS-contaminated water means for their health, their homes and who’s respo


7:48 AM ET Sat, 13 July 2019The U.S. military’s use of a firefighting foam, with the intention to save lives, could turn out to have dire consequences for the people who handled it and people who live nearby.
PFAS, short for per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances, have seeped into the groundwater and at times spread into drinking water by way of firefighting foam runoff.
Now, communities across the country are wondering what PFAS-contaminated water means for their health, their homes and who’s respo
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Markets and Politics Digital Original Video

7:48 AM ET Sat, 13 July 2019

The U.S. military’s use of a firefighting foam, with the intention to save lives, could turn out to have dire consequences for the people who handled it and people who live nearby. PFAS, short for per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances, have seeped into the groundwater and at times spread into drinking water by way of firefighting foam runoff. Now, communities across the country are wondering what PFAS-contaminated water means for their health, their homes and who’s responsible to clean it all up.


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What Beyond Meat and WeWork can teach us about the next decade of IPO investing

As we look back at the initial public offerings market of 2019, a relatively unsung IPO from Beyond Meat stands out. And the same argued for the biggest IPO debacle of the year: WeWork. These numbers were similar for Beyond Meat and WeWork, but other aspects show a greater disparity in the companies’ long-term orientation. But analysis shows that capital distributions to investors in excess of free cash flow are associated with weaker return on investment capital. Beyond Meat has an inherently f


As we look back at the initial public offerings market of 2019, a relatively unsung IPO from Beyond Meat stands out.
And the same argued for the biggest IPO debacle of the year: WeWork.
These numbers were similar for Beyond Meat and WeWork, but other aspects show a greater disparity in the companies’ long-term orientation.
But analysis shows that capital distributions to investors in excess of free cash flow are associated with weaker return on investment capital.
Beyond Meat has an inherently f
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Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-12-26  Authors: fcltglobal ceo sarah williamson, managing director bhakti mirchandani, bloomberg, getty images, kate munsch
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What Beyond Meat and WeWork can teach us about the next decade of IPO investing

As we look back at the initial public offerings market of 2019, a relatively unsung IPO from Beyond Meat stands out. It raised nearly a quarter-of-a-billion dollars to grow its line of plant-based meat products and was the best-performing IPO of companies that have each raised at least $200 million since 2000 — the peak of the dot com boom. Beyond Meat soared 163% from its original offering price on its first day of trading.

Could this success have been predicted ahead of time? A look at some metrics that we think are important to long-term corporate value and profitability suggests that it was possible. And the same argued for the biggest IPO debacle of the year: WeWork.

WeWork pulled its high-profile IPO this fall after initially filing paperwork in August. By the end of September, it had removed its CEO and delayed the IPO without setting a timetable for another attempt as its valuation dramatically declined. And somewhere in the middle, the much acclaimed public offerings of ride-hailing firms Lyft and Uber captivated the financial world at the outset but close the year significantly below their IPO prices.

Our research analyzed decades of corporate and investor data to uncover the key predictors of long-term value creation. Applying certain indicators of long-term success help pinpoint some of the critical differences between Beyond Meat and WeWork that tell a tale very different businesses at the point of IPO.

Fixed investment, such as spending on equipment or properties (often in the form of factories/offices) is the strongest predictor of long-term success according to our model (17% explanatory power). These numbers were similar for Beyond Meat and WeWork, but other aspects show a greater disparity in the companies’ long-term orientation. Lyft and Uber’s relatively lower fixed investment reflects their asset-light business model — common in the sharing economy – rather than a conscious decision to eschew fixed investment in favor of other priorities.

Average fixed investment for U.S.-traded companies in 2018 (on the MSCI ACWI) was 1%, more in line with Uber and Lyft. WeWork, though trailing Beyond Meat in this regard, was still far above the national average.

Having a diverse board — including a mix of genders and ages — has been found to correlate to strong returns (race/ethnicity is challenging to collect and assure in a uniform way so that is not included). Lyft had the highest board gender diversity at 30%, the target level for a number of board gender diversity advocates, such as The Thirty Percent Coalition. WeWork scored 0% in this regard, at the time of its IPO filing, when the board was made up entirely of men even though filing materials promoted a “culture of inclusivity.”

Conversely, applying proven indicators of lower value creation over time to both companies’ SEC filings would suggest outperformance of Beyond Meat’s IPO and underperformance of WeWork’s planned IPO.

With respect to over-distribution of capital — the difference between capital raised and spent, normalized for assets — which has high predictive power (23%) in this context, Uber, Beyond Meat, and Lyft raised far more compared to their costs than did WeWork. WeWork’s free cash flow in fiscal 2018 was negative $2.7 billion (a $1.7 billion operating loss + $1 billion in capex). That results in an over-distribution of $2 billion, when you account for the $750 million they raised in venture capital that year.

Naturally, efforts to return money to shareholders can and do make sense when companies do not have more attractive investments to pursue. And it is possible that the causal link actually runs in the other direction. That is, companies with limited growth potential may be more likely to return money to shareholders. But analysis shows that capital distributions to investors in excess of free cash flow are associated with weaker return on investment capital. In WeWork’s case they were not necessarily returning capital to shareholders, but compared to the other companies here, they were losing more money while raising less capital, relative to their assets.

WeWork spends on many of the things all companies do — sales, marketing and development — but it also had to spend on finding and opening its office locations, making lease payments on commercial properties, and it also went into additional non-core businesses, some of which are now being sold.

Environmental, social and governance factors also factor into the performance divergence. Beyond Meat has an inherently favorable ESG profile: providing meat-eaters with plant-based meat substitutes to mitigate climate change is attractive to investors. Meanwhile, this fall WeWork pulled its IPO due to notable controversies – for example, former CEO Adam Neumann profiting by leasing multiple properties in which he has an ownership stake back to WeWork. The company’s IPO process exposed issues with leadership accountability, conflicts of interest, and oversight.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-12-26  Authors: fcltglobal ceo sarah williamson, managing director bhakti mirchandani, bloomberg, getty images, kate munsch
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Wall Street set to extend Thursday’s gains amid growing China trade hope

Wall Street set to extend Thursday’s gains amid growing China trade hope1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were higher Friday morning, building on gains in the previous session as the world’s two largest economies neared the signing of a “phase one” trade deal. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


Wall Street set to extend Thursday’s gains amid growing China trade hope1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were higher Friday morning, building on gains in the previous session as the world’s two largest economies neared the signing of a “phase one” trade deal.
CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.
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Wall Street set to extend Thursday's gains amid growing China trade hope

Wall Street set to extend Thursday’s gains amid growing China trade hope

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U.S. stock index futures were higher Friday morning, building on gains in the previous session as the world’s two largest economies neared the signing of a “phase one” trade deal. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


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Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks

Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Thursday morning as investors continue to digest the Feds latest decision to keep interest rates unchanged as well as track the U.S.-China trade talks ahead of this weekend’s deadline for new tariffs. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks1 Hour AgoU.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Thursday morning as investors continue to digest the Feds latest decision to keep interest rates unchanged as well as track the U.S.-China trade talks ahead of this weekend’s deadline for new tariffs.
CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.
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Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks

Futures point to higher open as investors monitor China trade talks

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U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Thursday morning as investors continue to digest the Feds latest decision to keep interest rates unchanged as well as track the U.S.-China trade talks ahead of this weekend’s deadline for new tariffs. CNBC’s Rahel Solomon reports.


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Stocks jump on headlines that US-China reach ‘phase one’ trade deal—Here’s what three experts say to watch now

Stocks jump on headlines that US-China reach ‘phase one’ trade deal—Here’s what three experts say to watch now3 Hours AgoStocks jumped sharply on news that the U.S. and China have reached a phase one trade deal “in principle,” pending approval from President Trump. Here’s what three experts are saying investors should watch next.


Stocks jump on headlines that US-China reach ‘phase one’ trade deal—Here’s what three experts say to watch now3 Hours AgoStocks jumped sharply on news that the U.S. and China have reached a phase one trade deal “in principle,” pending approval from President Trump.
Here’s what three experts are saying investors should watch next.
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Stocks jump on headlines that US-China reach 'phase one' trade deal—Here's what three experts say to watch now

Stocks jump on headlines that US-China reach ‘phase one’ trade deal—Here’s what three experts say to watch now

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Stocks jumped sharply on news that the U.S. and China have reached a phase one trade deal “in principle,” pending approval from President Trump. Here’s what three experts are saying investors should watch next.


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