Americans spend more than $72 billion on pets—here’s how dogs and cats became big business

Americans spent $72 billion on their pets in 2018. As some delay having children and starting families, more and more end up treating their pets as surrogate children. “The millennial suburban, urbanites essentially have their pets as their quasi children,” Guggenheim Securities analyst David Westenberg said. “So as you see people moving to urban environment and people getting married later, essentially you have your dog being the surrogate children.” Watch the video above to learn more about ho


Americans spent $72 billion on their pets in 2018.
As some delay having children and starting families, more and more end up treating their pets as surrogate children.
“The millennial suburban, urbanites essentially have their pets as their quasi children,” Guggenheim Securities analyst David Westenberg said.
“So as you see people moving to urban environment and people getting married later, essentially you have your dog being the surrogate children.”
Watch the video above to learn more about ho
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Americans spend more than $72 billion on pets—here's how dogs and cats became big business

Americans spent $72 billion on their pets in 2018.

From tech gadget toys to specialized veterinary care, humans now splurge on dogs and cats the same way they might do on themselves or a child.

It’s part of a trend called the ‘humanization’ of pets. A big driver behind this movement? Millennials. As some delay having children and starting families, more and more end up treating their pets as surrogate children.

“The millennial suburban, urbanites essentially have their pets as their quasi children,” Guggenheim Securities analyst David Westenberg said. “So as you see people moving to urban environment and people getting married later, essentially you have your dog being the surrogate children.”

Watch the video above to learn more about how Americans’ love for pets turned into a $72 billion a year industry.


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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Uber, Tesla, Ulta, Zoom Video & more

Tesla — Shares of the automaker gained more than 2% after Morgan Stanley raised its “bull case” target on the stock to $500. Ulta earnied $2.25 per share, compared to the $2.13 per share expected by Wall Street analysts, according to Refinitiv. Zoom Video Communications — Shares of the video-conferencing company plummeted more than 10% on the back of quarterly results that revealed slowing growth. Big Lots lost 18 cents per share, compared to the 20 cents per share expected on Wall Street, accor


Tesla — Shares of the automaker gained more than 2% after Morgan Stanley raised its “bull case” target on the stock to $500.
Ulta earnied $2.25 per share, compared to the $2.13 per share expected by Wall Street analysts, according to Refinitiv.
Zoom Video Communications — Shares of the video-conferencing company plummeted more than 10% on the back of quarterly results that revealed slowing growth.
Big Lots lost 18 cents per share, compared to the 20 cents per share expected on Wall Street, accor
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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Uber, Tesla, Ulta, Zoom Video & more

An Uber banner on the New York Stock Exchange on the day of Uber’s IPO, May 10, 2019.

Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading:

Uber Technologies — Shares of Uber slid 2% after the ride-hailing company said more than 3,000 sexual assaults occurred during rides last year in the United States alone. This finding was revealed as part of the company’s first-ever U.S. Safety Report, which was released on Thursday.

Tesla — Shares of the automaker gained more than 2% after Morgan Stanley raised its “bull case” target on the stock to $500. The firm said that this best case scenario could result if the recently unveiled Cybertruck is successful, and if the new factory in China tops expectations. Morgan Stanley’s “base case” price target for the stock remains $250.

Ulta Beauty — Shares of the cosmetics company surged more than 13% after beating quarterly profit estimates, driven by sales of higher-margin cosmetics products. Ulta earnied $2.25 per share, compared to the $2.13 per share expected by Wall Street analysts, according to Refinitiv.

Zoom Video Communications — Shares of the video-conferencing company plummeted more than 10% on the back of quarterly results that revealed slowing growth. Zoom’s revenue of $166.6 million represents annualized growth of 85%. That’s less growth than in the previous quarter, when sales grew by 96%.

DocuSign — DocuSign shares climbed more than 7% after the digital signature software company posted quarterly results that beat analyst expectations. The company posted an adjusted profit of 11 cents a share on revenue of $249.5 million. Analysts polled by Refinitiv expected earnings per share of 3 cents on revenue of $239.9 million.

Big Lots — Shares of Big Lots soared more than 25% after the retailer reported a smaller-than-expected loss for its third-quarter earnings. Big Lots lost 18 cents per share, compared to the 20 cents per share expected on Wall Street, according to Refinitiv. The company also reported revenue of $1.168 billion, topping the forecast $1.162 billion.

Cloudera — Cloudera popped nearly 10% in midday trading after multiple brokerages (including Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch) raised their price targets on the company’s equity after the enterprise software firm reported third-quarter earnings and revenues ahead of what the Street expected.

Stifel analysts wrote that they were “pleased to see that Cloudera has seemingly stabilized its business, [but] remain cautious around the true size of the company’s long-term market opportunity.”

— CNBC’s Fred Imbert, Maggie Fitzgerald and Pippa Stevens contributed to this report.


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How much you can expect to get from Social Security if you make $45,000 a year

Social Security is an important part of retiring in America. Social Security benefits represent about 33% of the income of the elderly. Remember: Social Security was not designed to be your sole source of income for retirement, and the totals are always changing. So how much should you expect in Social Security benefits if you make $45,000 a year? More from Invest in You:How Walmart and other big companies are trying to recruit more teenage employeesDisclosure: NBCUniversal and Comcast Ventures


Social Security is an important part of retiring in America.
Social Security benefits represent about 33% of the income of the elderly.
Remember: Social Security was not designed to be your sole source of income for retirement, and the totals are always changing.
So how much should you expect in Social Security benefits if you make $45,000 a year?
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How much you can expect to get from Social Security if you make $45,000 a year

Social Security is an important part of retiring in America.

Social Security benefits represent about 33% of the income of the elderly. And nearly 9 in 10 individuals age 65 and older receive money from the government program.

Benefits are based on your income, the year you were born and your age when you decide to start taking money out.

Remember: Social Security was not designed to be your sole source of income for retirement, and the totals are always changing.

So how much should you expect in Social Security benefits if you make $45,000 a year? Watch this video for a breakdown of how much you will get and how your monthly benefit amount will be calculated.

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Ex-con man says every scam has one of these red flags

Ex-con man says every scam has one of these red flags1 Hour AgoEx-con man Frank Abagnale, made famous in the movie “Catch Me If You Can,” says technology may have changed the ways scammers operate, but it has not changed how scams work. Watch this video to learn about the two red flags you will see in almost every scam.


Ex-con man says every scam has one of these red flags1 Hour AgoEx-con man Frank Abagnale, made famous in the movie “Catch Me If You Can,” says technology may have changed the ways scammers operate, but it has not changed how scams work.
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Ex-con man says every scam has one of these red flags

Ex-con man says every scam has one of these red flags

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Ex-con man Frank Abagnale, made famous in the movie “Catch Me If You Can,” says technology may have changed the ways scammers operate, but it has not changed how scams work. Watch this video to learn about the two red flags you will see in almost every scam.


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Why General Motors and Ford struggle in India

Why GM failed in IndiaOver the last 20 years the Indian automotive market has grown from about 500,000 new vehicles to 3.5 million in 2018. But some automakers have struggled to make it work. Among them is General Motors, the largest U.S. automaker. GM stopped selling cars in India in 2017, after years of declining market share. Watch this video to find out why automakers, including GM, struggle in India.


Why GM failed in IndiaOver the last 20 years the Indian automotive market has grown from about 500,000 new vehicles to 3.5 million in 2018.
But some automakers have struggled to make it work.
Among them is General Motors, the largest U.S. automaker.
GM stopped selling cars in India in 2017, after years of declining market share.
Watch this video to find out why automakers, including GM, struggle in India.
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Why GM failed in India

Over the last 20 years the Indian automotive market has grown from about 500,000 new vehicles to 3.5 million in 2018. But some automakers have struggled to make it work. Among them is General Motors, the largest U.S. automaker. GM stopped selling cars in India in 2017, after years of declining market share. Watch this video to find out why automakers, including GM, struggle in India.


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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Ulta, CrowdStrike, Zoom Video and more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:Shares of Ulta spiked more than 9% during extended trading after the beauty retailer posted mixed third-quarter earnings and matched same store-sales estimates. Shares of Zoom Video Communications tanked as much as 11% despite the company’s third-quarter earnings beat and strong fourth-quarter guidance, suggesting slower growth ahead. Domo shares soared more than 25% after the company reported third-quarter earnings and fourth-quarter guida


Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:Shares of Ulta spiked more than 9% during extended trading after the beauty retailer posted mixed third-quarter earnings and matched same store-sales estimates.
Shares of Zoom Video Communications tanked as much as 11% despite the company’s third-quarter earnings beat and strong fourth-quarter guidance, suggesting slower growth ahead.
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Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Ulta, CrowdStrike, Zoom Video and more

Pedestrians pass in front of an Ulta Beauty store in New York.

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:

Shares of Ulta spiked more than 9% during extended trading after the beauty retailer posted mixed third-quarter earnings and matched same store-sales estimates. The company earned $2.25 per share, exceeding the earnings of $2.13 per share analysts forecast. Revenue fell short, coming in at $1.68 billion, versus the $1.69 billion expected. Ulta matched same-store sales growth forecasts at 3.2%.

Shares of Zoom Video Communications tanked as much as 11% despite the company’s third-quarter earnings beat and strong fourth-quarter guidance, suggesting slower growth ahead. The company reported earnings of 9 cents per share excluding certain items on revenue of $166.6 million, while Wall Street expected earnings of 3 cents per share and revenue of $154.9 million.

For the fourth quarter, Zoom expects earnings of roughly 7 cents per share, excluding certain items, and revenue between $175 million and $176 million. For the 2020 fiscal year, the company projected annual earnings of approximately 27 cents per share excluding certain items and a revenue range of $609 million to $610 million.

CrowdStrike shares popped nearly 5% after the cloud-based cybersecurity company reported better-than-expected earnings in its third quarter. The company lost 7 cents per share on revenue of $125.1 million, while Wall Street expected an 11 cent loss per share and revenue of $118.8 million, according to Refinitiv.

CrowdStrike also increased its fiscal 2020 outlook, anticipating a loss between 9 and 8 cents per share and revenue between $465.2 million and $468 million.

DocuSign shares jumped nearly 10% after the online-signature platform posted third-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ expectations. The company posted earnings of 11 cents per share excluding certain items on revenue $250 million, compared to the earnings of 3 cents per share and revenue of $240 million analysts forecast.

Domo shares soared more than 25% after the company reported third-quarter earnings and fourth-quarter guidance that topped expectations. Domo, which makes executive management software, lost 85 cents per share excluding certain items on revenue of $44.8 million, while analysts expected a loss of $1.01 per share and revenue of $41.8 million.

Next quarter, Domo sees an adjusted loss of 94 cents to 98 cents per share on revenue between $45 million and $46 million. Analysts had projected a loss of 98 cents per share on revenue of $43.9 million, according to Refinitiv.

Shares of cloud-computing company PagerDuty tanked 17% after the bell following its mixed third-quarter earnings and fourth-quarter guidance, plus a new leadership change. The company lost 10 cents per share excluding certain items, slightly more than the 9 cent loss per share analysts expected, according to Refinitiv. Revenue came in better than expected, at $42.8 million versus the $42.1 million projected.

For the fourth quarter, the company expects an adjusted loss of 6 cents to 7 cents per share and revenue between $44.5 million and $45.5 million. Analysts had forecast a loss of 5 cents per share on revenue of $43.8 million.

Separately, PagerDuty announced that former Salesforce executive Dave Justice will join the company as chief revenue officer.

Yext shares plummeted more than 22% after the online brand management company posted disappointing third-quarter earnings and fourth-quarter guidance. Yext posted a loss of 19 cents per share, slightly higher than the 18 cent loss per share analysts expected, according to Refinitiv. The company’s revenue of $76.4 million was in-line with expectations.

For the fourth quarter, Yext anticipates a loss of 13 cents to 15 cents per share and revenue between $79 million and $81 million. Analysts had forecast a lower loss of 8 cents per share and higher revenue at $93.9 million.

Shares of Tesla briefly climbed more than 1% before settling just above its closing price after Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas raised the company’s bull case from $440 to $500 per share, citing the unveiling of the new Tesla Cybertruck and more potential sales penetration in China. Morgan Stanley’s base case remains the same at a price target of $250 per share, and Tesla shares are down nearly 1% year to date.


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Trudeau, Macron, Johnson appear to joke about Trump on hot mic video

The leaders of France, Canada and the U.K. appeared to be gossiping about President Donald Trump at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, according to video footage circulated of the event. In the video, in which the world leaders don’t appear to realize their conversation is being recorded, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson asks French President Macron: “Is that why you were late?” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau then steps in and says: “He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference


The leaders of France, Canada and the U.K. appeared to be gossiping about President Donald Trump at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, according to video footage circulated of the event.
In the video, in which the world leaders don’t appear to realize their conversation is being recorded, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson asks French President Macron: “Is that why you were late?”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau then steps in and says: “He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference
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Trudeau, Macron, Johnson appear to joke about Trump on hot mic video

LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 03: Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Jens Stoltenberg, Nato Secretary General, Queen Elizabeth II, Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada join other Nato leaders for a group photograph at a reception for NATO leaders hosted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace on December 3, 2019 in London, England.

The leaders of France, Canada and the U.K. appeared to be gossiping about President Donald Trump at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, according to video footage circulated of the event.

In the video, in which the world leaders don’t appear to realize their conversation is being recorded, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson asks French President Macron: “Is that why you were late?” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau then steps in and says: “He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top.”

It is not clear who Trudeau was referring to and none of people present — which also includes Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Princess Anne — mention Trump by name.

However, Trump’s remarks alongside NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg earlier on Tuesday lasted 53 minutes, according to a White House transcript, when the itinerary had suggested that it would last 20 minutes. The U.S. president was later involved in 38 minutes of remarks alongside Macron.

The footage also features a “jaws drop to the floor” sentence from the Canadian prime minster, potentially referring a team of officials that work in close contact with a world leader. But the words do not appear to be a continuation of Trudeau’s previous comments.

Spokespersons for Johnson and Macron’s offices have both declined to comment on the video.

Leaders of NATO countries are in the U.K. to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the alliance and met the British queen and her family at an evening event on Tuesday. But the celebrations come against a backdrop of division between members on its future direction.

During a press conference Tuesday, Macron and Trump expressed differing views over topics like Turkey, Islamic State fighters and the overall role of the transatlantic institution. During the morning session, Trump strongly denounced comments the French president made earlier this year about NATO.

Macron told The Economist publication in October that the military alliance was experiencing “brain death.” The American leader hit back, saying he could see France “breaking off” from NATO and said Macron’s comments had been “very, very nasty” to the 28 other member states.


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Trump abruptly cancels NATO press conference after summit turns sour

Hours before the press conference was set to start, video emerged of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau caught on a hot mic mocking Trump . The presser was scheduled to come after a series of bilateral meetings with NATO members, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. “We won’t be doing a press conference at the close of NATO because we did so many over the past two days. President Donald Trump on Wednesday abruptly canceled a press conference th


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Trump abruptly cancels NATO press conference after summit turns sour

US President Donald Trump (L) and Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) pose for the family photo at the NATO summit at the Grove hotel in Watford, northeast of London on December 4, 2019.

Hours before the press conference was set to start, video emerged of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau caught on a hot mic mocking Trump .

The presser was scheduled to come after a series of bilateral meetings with NATO members, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.

“We won’t be doing a press conference at the close of NATO because we did so many over the past two days. Safe travels to all!” Trump said.

“When today’s meetings are over, I will be heading back to Washington,” Trump said in a series of tweets.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday abruptly canceled a press conference that was scheduled to cap a contentious trip to England for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s 70th anniversary meeting.

Trump offered a blunt retort when asked Wednesday about Trudeau’s comments.

“He’s two-faced,” Trump said, before adding, “I find him to be a very nice guy but the truth is I called him out on the fact that he’s not paying 2% and I guess he’s not very happy about it.” Trump has long griped about NATO members paying less than their “fair share” toward the alliance, and brought up the issue repeatedly over the two-day anniversary meeting this week.

Trudeau, speaking with French President Emmanuel Macron, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, said that Trump “was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top.”

“You just watched his team’s jaws drop to the floor,” Trudeau said at another point in the video, raising his eyebrows and motioning with his hand for effect.

None of the politicians in the hot-mic video, which emerged on social media Tuesday evening, mentioned Trump by name. But Trudeau reportedly said later Wednesday that it was Trump’s surprise announcement of the location for next year’s Group of Seven summit that made “his team’s jaws drop to the floor.”

Trump revealed Tuesday that the 2020 G-7 summit will be held at Camp David in Maryland, weeks after he retreated from a plan to host it at his own Miami golf resort.

The hot-mic gossip was the latest point of tension at the meeting, but it was far from the only dispute between leaders on display.

Macron defended his recent claim that NATO was suffering from “brain death” from critics including Trump, who had called that comment “very nasty.”

The French leader also called out Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his threat to oppose NATO’s plan for defense of Baltic countries if it does not recognize groups the country deems as terrorists. The White House announced Wednesday morning that Trump had met with Erdogan during the NATO event.


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Trump calls Trudeau ‘two-faced’ after video emerges of NATO leaders apparently mocking him

LONDON — President Donald Trump criticized Justin Trudeau Wednesday, calling his Canadian counterpart “two-faced” after footage emerged of world leaders appearing to mock him. “He’s two-faced,” Trump said. The U.S. leader made the remark while taking questions from reporters alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the 2019 NATO summit in London. A video surfaced on social media late Tuesday purporting to show Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and D


LONDON — President Donald Trump criticized Justin Trudeau Wednesday, calling his Canadian counterpart “two-faced” after footage emerged of world leaders appearing to mock him.
“He’s two-faced,” Trump said.
The U.S. leader made the remark while taking questions from reporters alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the 2019 NATO summit in London.
A video surfaced on social media late Tuesday purporting to show Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and D
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Trump calls Trudeau 'two-faced' after video emerges of NATO leaders apparently mocking him

LONDON — President Donald Trump criticized Justin Trudeau Wednesday, calling his Canadian counterpart “two-faced” after footage emerged of world leaders appearing to mock him.

“He’s two-faced,” Trump said. “I find him to be a very nice guy but the truth is I called him out on the fact that he’s not paying 2% (of GDP on Canada’s defense budget) and I guess he’s not very happy about it.”

“He’s not paying 2% and he should be paying 2%. It’s Canada, they have money and they should be paying 2%. So I called him out on that and I’m sure he wasn’t happy about it but that’s the way it is.”

The U.S. leader made the remark while taking questions from reporters alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the 2019 NATO summit in London.

A video surfaced on social media late Tuesday purporting to show Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte discussing Trump’s press conference with NATO Secretary Jens Stoltenberg.

In the clip, which the people involved didn’t realize was being taken, Johnson asks Macron: “Is that why you were late?” to which Trudeau steps in and says: “He was late because he takes a 40-minute press conference off the top.”


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How to prevent ‘porch pirates’ from stealing packages from your door, according to police

My local police department recently posted some holiday crime prevention tips to its website, which highlight, among other things, how to avoid having your packages stolen from your doorstep. As deliveries soar during the holiday season, packages left on doorsteps are easy targets for criminals. The New York Times reported on Monday that up to 90,000 packages are stolen or lost daily in New York City. But, as I’ve found in my own town, people still will run up to doorsteps and steal packages any


My local police department recently posted some holiday crime prevention tips to its website, which highlight, among other things, how to avoid having your packages stolen from your doorstep.
As deliveries soar during the holiday season, packages left on doorsteps are easy targets for criminals.
The New York Times reported on Monday that up to 90,000 packages are stolen or lost daily in New York City.
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How to prevent 'porch pirates' from stealing packages from your door, according to police

My local police department recently posted some holiday crime prevention tips to its website, which highlight, among other things, how to avoid having your packages stolen from your doorstep.

As deliveries soar during the holiday season, packages left on doorsteps are easy targets for criminals. The New York Times reported on Monday that up to 90,000 packages are stolen or lost daily in New York City.

You might think having a gadget like Amazon’s Ring doorbell is enough to scare off burglars, at least if you have a home where you can install one. But, as I’ve found in my own town, people still will run up to doorsteps and steal packages anyway. And unless you share that video with police departments — itself a subject of controversy — it’s not enough to actually prevent further theft.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-12-03  Authors: todd haselton
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