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Florida News Center » Tom Sorrells (from OrlandoSentinel.com) – WKMG-Channel 6 chief meteorologist Tom Sorrells has returned to the 11 p.m. newscast, starting this week. In October, the station had ... 04/22/2017 - 1:50 pm | View Website
Coming into BJ's Restaurants Inc.'s (NASDAQ: BJRI) first report of 2017, investors were anxious to see progress as the company looks to leave the worst of the restaurant recession behind it. In previous reports, management had blamed attention devoted to the election and general headwinds in the industry for poor performance.
Much of the Canadian oil sands world was rocked by the devastating wildfires that hit the Fort McMurray region of Alberta last year. For Suncor Energy (NYSE: SU), that meant a significant drop in production and earnings on top of efforts to bring its employees' lives and operations back to normal.
2016 may have been a watershed for Dick's Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS). While many brick-and-mortar stores suffered at the hands of internet retail, Dick's used the upheaval in the industry to its advantage. Share prices followed suit and have been up as much as 75% since the start of 2016.
A bank never wants to lose money, but there can be an upside to doing so if the loss creates a deferred tax asset, which allows a company to offset future income with previously unclaimed losses for the purposes of calculating federal income taxes. These seemingly esoteric assets are both easy to understand and very important right now for two of the nation's biggest banks: Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) and Citigroup (NYSE: C).
By Mark Kellenbeck and Deb Field With tax day passing, small businesses across the state will again find themselves paying a higher rate than large businesses when they file their Oregon tax returns. Main Street Alliance of Oregon members proudly
The U. S. economy turned in the weakest performance in three years in the January-March quarter as consumers sharply slowed their spending. The result repeats a pattern that has characterized the recovery: lackluster beginnings to the year.