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Company matches $1.25 million in donations to benefit rebuilding efforts in affected Caribbean communities
Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Frank Del Rio is bullish on the impact of tax reform in the U.S. Here is what he told TheStreet on Thursday.
Alphabet has taken action against one of YouTube's biggest stars. Bitcoin prices tank, and a cruise line CEO sails into the NYSE.
Norwegian Cruise Line Frank Del Rio tells TheStreet the new tax law will serve up a nice profit boost for the cruise line company.
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Company to Commemorate Five Year Anniversary of its Initial Public Offering and Celebrate Recent Listing on the New York Stock Exchange
Jim Cramer explains why some retailers are doing so well and how investors can take advantage of the opportunities.
Credit Suisse analysts upgrade Carnival Corp to outperform. While Cramer agrees with the outcome, he disagrees with the thesis as to why Carnival is a buy.
We must always remember that on Wall Street artifice is a major mover of stocks.
UMIAMIFL also outperformed two key S&P benchmarks by more than nine percent.
Current trends within various generations are proving to be beneficial to the cruise line industry.
It seems as if the entire world is watching bitcoin's rise to $10,000. For something most people know nothing about, it's fascinating to watch the euphoria. What's not fun to watch: the GOP tax plan debate.
The company's multiple and its prospects indicate there is room for its shares to set sail higher.
You can't have a consumer business without thinking of what they want.
Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd., tells Jim Cramer why cruises appeal to younger travelers.
Jim Cramer analyzes the reasons investors should be worried, and more important, why this is the pullback that presents buying opportunities.
Traveling can be a life-changing event, but it's often costly.
Primarily, weakness in China is the 'biggest issue' and has dragged down the companies this week, Wolfe Research noted.
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