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Bristol-Myers Is Getting Bigger With Celgene Buy. Investors Shrug.

Photographer by RawPixel            Text size Investors are taking their time buying into the soon-to-be born behemoth created by the merger of             Bristol-Myers Squibb                    (ticker: BMY) and             Celgene                    (CELG), Credit Suisse analyst Vamil Divan wrote on Tuesday, after extensive conversations with investors. Divan wrote that investors look upwards in the combination, but as yet have too many questions. …

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Statement | Bigger is not better for T-Mobile

Price competition between mobile operators is due to a gap between the two smaller and the two larger providers. The larger companies achieve higher profit margins by being able to spread the cost of a national network across a larger customer base so that they can pocket a larger portion of each customer's monthly payments. T-Mobile and Sprint are under …

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Apple's problem in China is bigger than the sluggish iPhone

Shu Hao, a student studying in China, has been an iPhone user since 2014. He has not updated his iPhone 7 because he feels that new models are too expensive, and the only Apple service he uses is the App Store. 19659002] He uses WeChat to talk to friends, read news and pay restaurant bills; He watches videos on iQiyi …

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Colorado Sen. Bennet jumps in 2020 races as Democratic Field gets even bigger

Add Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado to the growing list of Democrats running for the White House. One week after former Vice President Joe Biden became the 20th candidate, Bennet announced his candidacy on Thursday. BENNET RECEIVES CLEAN HEALTH ACCOUNT FOR PROSTATIC CANCER SURGERY "We can not be the first generation to leave less to our children, not more. That's …

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The biggest waves of the ocean are getting bigger and bigger

The Verrazano Bridge in Brooklyn, as Hurricane Sandy approached on October 29, 2012, is growing larger, driven by an increase in extreme winds. This is the result of a new study that used 33 years of satellite data to monitor changes in the ocean. The researchers, a team of scientists from the University of Melbourne in Australia, have created the …

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