Why are Walgreen and Rite Aid’s Revenues Dropping?

Rite Aid reported revenues of $32.64 billion in August 2016 that fell slightly to $32.57 billion in November 2016, Ycharts data indicated. During the same period in 2015, Rite Aid’s revenues grew by $1.46 billion; rising from $27.85 billion in August 2015 to $29.31 billion in November 2015.

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Is Funeral Insurance A Good Investment Option?

In the same way, you can’t go for an insurance plan that you find is too much for you to manage. You spend more on expensive policies which may not benefit your family at all. The flexibility to fit it in your budget is one of the great benefits offered by funeral insurance plans.

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Goldman Sachs Proves Wall Street is Not Dead Yet

A glance at Goldman Sachs’ financial numbers shows us that Wall Street and investment banking are still tremendous money making machines.

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Are Increased Traffic Fatalities Hurting Auto Insurers?

All this seems to point to a deeply-flawed business model. Auto insurers are generating more revenue but making less mo

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Can American Express Survive without Costco?

Despite the June 20 deadline, American Express is still a value investment. It is a well-run company with a lot of cash, a lot of float and a great deal of marketing creativity. People who buy Amex as a value investment; a dividend stock, or a growth stock will not be disappointed because American Express will survive and grow without Costco.

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Synchrony Financial Are Private Label Credit Cards a Value?

Despite that Synchrony is capable of significant revenue growth. The company reported revenues of $7.988 billion in September 2014 that grew to $9.84 billion in December 2014, $10.29 billion in December 2015 and $10.41 billion in December 2015. Synchrony’s business is still expanding despite all the changes in the credit card industry, which is better than you can say for American Express (NYSE: AXP).

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Why Aren’t Low Prices Helping Walmart’s Revenues?

One popular theory is that Walmart is making less money from the gasoline it sells. That hypothesis is refuted by a look at the revenues of two other retail giants that also operate hundreds of gas stations, Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) and Kroger (NYSE: KR).

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Amazon is Ripe for Unionization

There is a good reason Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) CEO Jeff Bezos has become obsessed with robots and artificial intelligence. His company’s 230,000 person labor force is ripe for unionization.

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Ten Threats to Berkshire Hathaway

It is hard to imagine Berkshire Hathaway without Warren Buffett. Its share price will fall by 10% to 20% after Buffett’s death even if he chooses the perfect successor.

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