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Sorry Starbucks Workers: A Barista Is Among the 5 Lowest-Paying Jobs in America

Starbucks to Raise Wages to Average $17-Hour by Summer 2022

Starbucks will have a base salary of $15 an hour with the average worker being $17 per hour by summer 2022.

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Facebook Stock Rises Ahead of $10 Billion 'Metaverse' Launch

The social-media giant will share plans to bring the metaverse to life as it seeks to build a digital universe of creators, goods and commerce.

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Hertz Posts Stronger-Than-Expected Earnings as Travel Rebounds

Hertz revenue soared 76% in the third quarter on a rebound in travel. The stock is higher.

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eBay Stock Drops on Guidance: What Wall Street Analysts Are Saying

Analysts from Wedbush, Jefferies, Credit Suisse and KeyBanc weigh in on the e-commerce company's third quarter earnings results and holiday season forecast.

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General Motors Stock Edges Up; Analysts’ Support Guarded

General Motors receives guarded support from analysts following its third-quarter earnings beat.

A Coca-Cola billboard in San Francisco, California. Photo: AFP

Coke Named a Top Pick by Credit Suisse After Q3 Earnings Report

'A textbook quarter for Coke, with clean top-line and outstanding profit delivery in a tough logistics environment,' Credit Suisse said.

Yum China, Operator Of KFC And Pizza Hut, Vows To Cut Harmful Plastic Packaging By Almost A Third

Taco Bell Parent Yum Stock Up on Q3 Earnings Beat

Yum Brands cites 'sustained momentum in digital sales' in its third-quarter results.

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eBay Stock Drops on Meager Holiday Quarter Guidance

eBay tops analysts' third quarter estimates, but says the fourth-quarter holiday season is looking disappointing.

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Premarket Movers Thursday - Comcast, Ford, Merck, Caterpillar

Stocks moving in premarket trading include Ford, Comcast, Twilio, Caterpillar and Merck.

Jim Cramer: Mastercard Is One Thing Money Can Buy

Mastercard Stock Leaps As Travel and Spending Rebound Drives Q3 Earnings Beat

Mastercard reported third quarter profits of $2.4 billion Thursday as a rebound in travel and consumer spending boosted the credit card issuer's bottom line.