Google reportedly plans to significantly expand its New York City presence

Tech giant Google is planning to expand its office space in New York City, potentially allowing the company to significantly increase staffing in the city, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The WSJ said that Google declined to comment on any talks about the St. John’s Terminal property. Additionally, Google is also planning to expand its existing property at Chelsea Market by about 300,000 square feet, the Journal reported. That, along with its announced plans for 250,000 squar


Tech giant Google is planning to expand its office space in New York City, potentially allowing the company to significantly increase staffing in the city, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The WSJ said that Google declined to comment on any talks about the St. John’s Terminal property. Additionally, Google is also planning to expand its existing property at Chelsea Market by about 300,000 square feet, the Journal reported. That, along with its announced plans for 250,000 squar
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Google reportedly plans to significantly expand its New York City presence

Tech giant Google is planning to expand its office space in New York City, potentially allowing the company to significantly increase staffing in the city, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.

People familiar with the matter told the Journal that Google is nearing a deal to buy or lease a planned 1.3 million-square-foot office building at St. John’s Terminal in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood. When completed, that building would give the Alphabet unit space for more than 8,500 staff.

Google did not immediately respond to CNBC’s emailed request for comment.

The WSJ said that Google declined to comment on any talks about the St. John’s Terminal property.

Additionally, Google is also planning to expand its existing property at Chelsea Market by about 300,000 square feet, the Journal reported. That, along with its announced plans for 250,000 square feet of office space at Pier 57, could provide sufficient office space for more than 3,500 additional workers, the newspaper said.

The tech giant bought the Chelsea Market property earlier this year for about $2.4 billion.

Read The Wall Street Journal’s full report on Google expanding its office space in New York City here.


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One of the oldest colleges in the US just cut tuition by 33%—here’s why

But you may not have heard of the third-oldest, St. John’s College. Founded in 1696, St. John’s is a private liberal arts college with a emphasis on classical philosophy and literature. Last week, St. John’s announced it would be slashing its tuition for the 2019 – 2020 school year by roughly 33 percent, from $52,000 to $35,000. “‘Prestige pricing’ is the belief that families equate a high price with high quality,” Mark Roosevelt, president of St. John’s College (SJC) tells CNBC Make It. He note


But you may not have heard of the third-oldest, St. John’s College. Founded in 1696, St. John’s is a private liberal arts college with a emphasis on classical philosophy and literature. Last week, St. John’s announced it would be slashing its tuition for the 2019 – 2020 school year by roughly 33 percent, from $52,000 to $35,000. “‘Prestige pricing’ is the belief that families equate a high price with high quality,” Mark Roosevelt, president of St. John’s College (SJC) tells CNBC Make It. He note
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One of the oldest colleges in the US just cut tuition by 33%—here's why

You’ve probably heard of the oldest college in the United States, Harvard University. But you may not have heard of the third-oldest, St. John’s College.

Founded in 1696, St. John’s is a private liberal arts college with a emphasis on classical philosophy and literature. The school has two campuses, one in Annapolis, Maryland and one in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which enroll a total of 896 graduate and undergraduate students. All classes are taught seminar-style, and students do not have majors.

Last week, St. John’s announced it would be slashing its tuition for the 2019 – 2020 school year by roughly 33 percent, from $52,000 to $35,000.

“‘Prestige pricing’ is the belief that families equate a high price with high quality,” Mark Roosevelt, president of St. John’s College (SJC) tells CNBC Make It. “But the reality is most students can’t begin to afford these ridiculously high prices and colleges are already offering vast discounts to make the tuition even close to accessible, often before ever knowing a student’s financial circumstances.

“This creates a cycle of increasing tuition prices and subsequent increasing discounts given behind closed doors, where colleges find themselves in a pricing trap from which there seems to be no escape, and neither the college nor the student benefits.”

He notes that over the past two decades, the “sticker price” of attending St. John’s rose 163 percent.


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McDonald’s employees will strike to bring attention to sexual harassment

In March, McDonald’s turned its golden arches upside-down for International Women’s Day. But in May, 10 women and girls filed claims with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging that McDonald’s had ignored their complaints about various forms of sexual harassment while working for McDonald’s, including groping, propositions for sex, lewd comments and retaliation for reporting harassment. According to the National Women’s Law Center, a 15-year-old cashier in St. Louis alleges


In March, McDonald’s turned its golden arches upside-down for International Women’s Day. But in May, 10 women and girls filed claims with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging that McDonald’s had ignored their complaints about various forms of sexual harassment while working for McDonald’s, including groping, propositions for sex, lewd comments and retaliation for reporting harassment. According to the National Women’s Law Center, a 15-year-old cashier in St. Louis alleges
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McDonald's employees will strike to bring attention to sexual harassment

In March, McDonald’s turned its golden arches upside-down for International Women’s Day. “We have a long history of supporting women in the workplace, giving them the opportunity to grow and succeed,” said spokesperson Lauren Altmin at the time.

But in May, 10 women and girls filed claims with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) alleging that McDonald’s had ignored their complaints about various forms of sexual harassment while working for McDonald’s, including groping, propositions for sex, lewd comments and retaliation for reporting harassment.

According to the National Women’s Law Center, a 15-year-old cashier in St. Louis alleges that an older male employee said “You have a nice body. Have you ever had white chocolate inside you?” When the girl reported the incident to her manager, she was reportedly told, “You will never win that battle.”

One Chicago worker claims that she was asked by her manager if she wanted to see his penis. He later asked “how many penises she could take.” After reporting the incident, the woman says, she was fired.

Workers feel that not enough has been done to address issues like these since the claims were filed. And so on September 18th, workers from 10 cities across the country — Chicago, Durham, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, Milwaukee, New Orleans, Orlando, San Francisco and St. Louis — will strike.

The walkout, which is set to take place at lunchtime, was voted on and approved by “women’s committees” organized by McDonald’s workers across the country, according to the Associated Press.


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Chip stocks including Micron plunge after warnings on demand from Wall St and a key industry player

Semiconductor stocks are plunging Thursday after a major Wall Street firm and an executive at a large chip equipment company warned that memory chip demand is deteriorating versus expectations. “Memory markets have worsened in recent weeks. For DRAM [memory chip], demand is weakening, inventory and pricing pressures are building, and vendors are struggling to move bits,” Morgan Stanley analyst Shawn Kim said in a note to clients Thursday. Last month the firm downgraded its rating to cautious fro


Semiconductor stocks are plunging Thursday after a major Wall Street firm and an executive at a large chip equipment company warned that memory chip demand is deteriorating versus expectations. “Memory markets have worsened in recent weeks. For DRAM [memory chip], demand is weakening, inventory and pricing pressures are building, and vendors are struggling to move bits,” Morgan Stanley analyst Shawn Kim said in a note to clients Thursday. Last month the firm downgraded its rating to cautious fro
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Chip stocks including Micron plunge after warnings on demand from Wall St and a key industry player

Semiconductor stocks are plunging Thursday after a major Wall Street firm and an executive at a large chip equipment company warned that memory chip demand is deteriorating versus expectations.

“Memory markets have worsened in recent weeks. For DRAM [memory chip], demand is weakening, inventory and pricing pressures are building, and vendors are struggling to move bits,” Morgan Stanley analyst Shawn Kim said in a note to clients Thursday. “In NAND [flash memory], there is just too much supply. Earnings risks are emerging from 3Q and our cautious view on memory is playing out.”

Last month the firm downgraded its rating to cautious from in line for the semiconductor industry, citing rising chip inventory levels.

Kim noted his recent conversations with semiconductor sales people and buyers, which revealed a increasingly negative environment for the memory market.


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Medicare is cutting funding for a historic heart-transplant program

“We have taken steps to make sure all of the critically ill patients in our heart transplant program continue to receive the care they need,” Gerry wrote. “We have advised all of our Medicare and Medicaid patients on the heart transplant wait list of their options. But experts say once Medicare refuses to cover heart transplants at a hospital, private insurance companies often follow suit. St. Luke’s officials declined to say if the program has performed any heart transplants in August. In addit


“We have taken steps to make sure all of the critically ill patients in our heart transplant program continue to receive the care they need,” Gerry wrote. “We have advised all of our Medicare and Medicaid patients on the heart transplant wait list of their options. But experts say once Medicare refuses to cover heart transplants at a hospital, private insurance companies often follow suit. St. Luke’s officials declined to say if the program has performed any heart transplants in August. In addit
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Medicare is cutting funding for a historic heart-transplant program

This article was produced in collaboration with the Houston Chronicle.

The heart transplant program at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center is set to lose federal funding today, a serious blow to a Houston hospital long regarded as one of the nation’s best for cardiac surgery.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced in June that it would cut off funding for heart transplants this month after concluding that the hospital had not done enough to correct issues that led to a high rate of patient deaths in recent years. The federal action came weeks after an investigation by ProPublica and the Houston Chronicle detailed the depth of the problems and revealed that several physicians had left the program in recent years after raising concerns.

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Barring a last-minute delay by the agency, which would be highly unusual, the hospital will no longer be allowed to bill Medicare and Medicaid for heart transplants, and experts say the termination could affect the hospital in more far-reaching ways.

With the federal sanction looming, some patients awaiting heart transplants at St. Luke’s have transferred their care to neighboring Houston Methodist and Memorial Hermann hospitals, officials at both said; at least two patients have already received new hearts since switching to Methodist. Meanwhile, St. Luke’s spokeswoman Marilyn Gerry said in an email that the hospital “is continuing to communicate with CMS about possible options” to maintain federal approval.

“We have taken steps to make sure all of the critically ill patients in our heart transplant program continue to receive the care they need,” Gerry wrote. “We have advised all of our Medicare and Medicaid patients on the heart transplant wait list of their options. Many of them have chosen to continue their care at Baylor St. Luke’s with the physicians and staff they have come to know.”

Gerry downplayed the impact of federal termination, saying that it “only affects how Medicare pays for heart transplant costs” and that it won’t affect patients in need of lung, liver or kidney transplants.

But experts say once Medicare refuses to cover heart transplants at a hospital, private insurance companies often follow suit. If that happens, most of the 87 patients on the program’s heart waiting list would have to either pay out of pocket for their surgeries, transfer to another hospital or hope that St. Luke’s is willing to perform the procedure at no cost.

The transplant program has remained open since Medicare announced its intentions, but it performed no heart transplants in June or July, an unusual gap for a program that historically has done about 40 each year. St. Luke’s administrators suspended the program for two weeks in June to study what led to two patient deaths in May but then reopened it after saying they had made policy and staff changes.

St. Luke’s officials declined to say if the program has performed any heart transplants in August.

Hospital leaders also would not say if they intend to formally appeal the termination or whether they will seek recertification from Medicare, a costly process that can sometimes take several months or years. The deadline to appeal to an administrative law judge is Sept. 14.

The federal termination could affect St. Luke’s in a number of ways beyond heart transplants. For example, federal rules require hospitals to have a written agreement with a Medicare-approved heart transplant program before implanting mechanical heart pumps in Medicare patients who would eventually require a new heart — a common treatment known as “bridge-to-transplant.” Without such an agreement, St. Luke’s much-celebrated left ventricular assist device program could suffer.

In addition, private cardiologists might hesitate to send some advanced heart failure patients to a hospital that lacks a Medicare-approved transplant program. And St. Luke’s, along with its academic partner Baylor College of Medicine, could have a more difficult time recruiting top physicians, fellows or residents to staff its heart failure program.


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Here’s how much the winner of the 2018 PGA Championship will earn on Sunday

The 2018 PGA Championship kicked off on Thursday at the Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis and will finish on Sunday, August 12. The winner of the 100th Championship will bring home more than the massive, 27-pound Wanamaker Trophy: He’ll earn a cool $1.89 million, the same amount that defending champion Justin Thomas earned last year. The runner up will also pocket seven figures: $1.13 million. A total of $10.5 million is up for grabs. Here’s how the top eight finishers will fare:First place: $


The 2018 PGA Championship kicked off on Thursday at the Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis and will finish on Sunday, August 12. The winner of the 100th Championship will bring home more than the massive, 27-pound Wanamaker Trophy: He’ll earn a cool $1.89 million, the same amount that defending champion Justin Thomas earned last year. The runner up will also pocket seven figures: $1.13 million. A total of $10.5 million is up for grabs. Here’s how the top eight finishers will fare:First place: $
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Here's how much the winner of the 2018 PGA Championship will earn on Sunday

The 2018 PGA Championship kicked off on Thursday at the Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis and will finish on Sunday, August 12. The winner of the 100th Championship will bring home more than the massive, 27-pound Wanamaker Trophy: He’ll earn a cool $1.89 million, the same amount that defending champion Justin Thomas earned last year. The runner up will also pocket seven figures: $1.13 million.

A total of $10.5 million is up for grabs. Here’s how the top eight finishers will fare:

First place: $1.89 million

Second place: $1.134 million

Third place: $714,000

Fourth place: $504,000

Fifth place: $420,000

Sixth place: $357,000

Seventh place: $330,000

Eighth place: $305,000


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Uber suspends St. Louis driver who broadcast passengers on Twitch live stream

A ride-sharing driver in St. Louis who reportedly live streams his passengers has been suspended by Uber for violating its guidelines, the company said on Saturday. In a lengthy profile on Saturday, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch told the story of Jason Jason Gargac, a 32-year old Uber and Lyft driver who built a following on Twitch by broadcasting people who hailed his vehicle – some of them children. During each ride, more than 4,0000 viewers on his Twitch stream indulged in real-time commentary


A ride-sharing driver in St. Louis who reportedly live streams his passengers has been suspended by Uber for violating its guidelines, the company said on Saturday. In a lengthy profile on Saturday, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch told the story of Jason Jason Gargac, a 32-year old Uber and Lyft driver who built a following on Twitch by broadcasting people who hailed his vehicle – some of them children. During each ride, more than 4,0000 viewers on his Twitch stream indulged in real-time commentary
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Uber suspends St. Louis driver who broadcast passengers on Twitch live stream

A ride-sharing driver in St. Louis who reportedly live streams his passengers has been suspended by Uber for violating its guidelines, the company said on Saturday.

In a lengthy profile on Saturday, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch told the story of Jason Jason Gargac, a 32-year old Uber and Lyft driver who built a following on Twitch by broadcasting people who hailed his vehicle – some of them children. During each ride, more than 4,0000 viewers on his Twitch stream indulged in real-time commentary that frequently delved into crude, mocking and judgmental. According to the report, Missouri doesn’t view the broadcasts as a violation of state law.

Uber, however, did see Gargac’s impromptu reality shows a breach of its standards. Reacting swiftly to the Dispatch story, the ride-hailing service told CNBC in a statement it had revoked Gargac’s credentials “while we evaluate his partnership with Uber.”

According to its community guidelines, drivers are forbidden to demonstrate “any form of inappropriate or disrespectful behavior including commenting on someone’s appearance or that are otherwise disrespectful or sexual in nature.”

Uber, which has been reeling from issues stemming from its corporate culture, has grappled with several high-profile cases of driver misconduct.

Lyft and Gargac, the driver profiled by The Post-Dispatch, could not immediately be reached for comment by CNBC.


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Tesla to unveil new model in St. Louis

Tesla CEO Elon Musk versus the media: The top five moments 12:35 PM ET Thu, 19 July 2018 | 03:51Tesla said they have received nearly a half-million reservations for the new model. The Model 3 also was awarded Design of the Year by Automobile Magazine and designated a “recommended buy” by Consumer Reports. Read more from the St. Louis Business Journal:Rental scooters off St. Louis streets — for nowHow likely are you to get hacked at Lambert? The Model 3 will be on display at Tesla St. Louis-Unive


Tesla CEO Elon Musk versus the media: The top five moments 12:35 PM ET Thu, 19 July 2018 | 03:51Tesla said they have received nearly a half-million reservations for the new model. The Model 3 also was awarded Design of the Year by Automobile Magazine and designated a “recommended buy” by Consumer Reports. Read more from the St. Louis Business Journal:Rental scooters off St. Louis streets — for nowHow likely are you to get hacked at Lambert? The Model 3 will be on display at Tesla St. Louis-Unive
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Tesla to unveil new model in St. Louis

Tesla CEO Elon Musk versus the media: The top five moments 12:35 PM ET Thu, 19 July 2018 | 03:51

Tesla said they have received nearly a half-million reservations for the new model. The Model 3 also was awarded Design of the Year by Automobile Magazine and designated a “recommended buy” by Consumer Reports.

Read more from the St. Louis Business Journal:

Rental scooters off St. Louis streets — for now

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Model 3 customers will pay about $15 for a road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles, about $120 from Los Angeles to New York, Tesla officials said, and are able to charge up at the company’s network of charging stations.

The Model 3 will be on display at Tesla St. Louis-University City, 8664 Olive Blvd.

The sedan ranked as the top selling in its class, according to data Tesla culled from reports by other luxury car makers including Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Lexus.


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Inside the $44 million Italian mega-mansion that’s about to make cryptocurrency history

The nearly 18,000-square-foot residence, known as the “Palazzetto,” is located on the Piazza Di Campitelli, just a short distance from the historic Colosseum. The residence now houses apartments, and VIPs who have stayed there include the CEO of Louis Vuitton, Michael Burke; the former CEO of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo; as well as actor Mel Gibson. Take a look inside. The four-level residence was built by Renaissance architects Giacomo Della Porta (1532-1602) and Girolamo Rainaldi (157


The nearly 18,000-square-foot residence, known as the “Palazzetto,” is located on the Piazza Di Campitelli, just a short distance from the historic Colosseum. The residence now houses apartments, and VIPs who have stayed there include the CEO of Louis Vuitton, Michael Burke; the former CEO of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo; as well as actor Mel Gibson. Take a look inside. The four-level residence was built by Renaissance architects Giacomo Della Porta (1532-1602) and Girolamo Rainaldi (157
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Inside the $44 million Italian mega-mansion that's about to make cryptocurrency history

The nearly 18,000-square-foot residence, known as the “Palazzetto,” is located on the Piazza Di Campitelli, just a short distance from the historic Colosseum. The residence now houses apartments, and VIPs who have stayed there include the CEO of Louis Vuitton, Michael Burke; the former CEO of Ferrari, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo; as well as actor Mel Gibson.

Take a look inside.

The four-level residence was built by Renaissance architects Giacomo Della Porta (1532-1602) and Girolamo Rainaldi (1570-1655). Della Porta is most recognized for his work on the iconic Dome of St. Peter’s Basilica — having collaborated with the great Michelangelo.


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St. Louis downtown revival betting on baseball

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