Is The New York Times making Money?

Currently, The New York Times makes a little money from its operations. Specifically, Stockrow estimates The Times made a gross profit of $248.06 million on revenues of $436.36 million in the quarter ending on 30 June 2019.

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No Loans! How to Buy a House with Cash Only

But did you know that more and more homes are being purchased without a mortgage? In 2017, one-third of all homes were purchased without a mortgage!

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If You Hate Billionaires Vote for Andrew Yang

Andrew Yang is the only president talking about the dystopian nightmare that could be our future. Yang is one of the few people; and the only prominent US politician, working to prevent that dystopia.

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An Alternative to the FAANG

Thus you could buy over four shares of NAMPOF for the cost of one unit of FAANG. To elaborate, $876.46 multiplied by four is $3,543.80. Meanwhile the combined cost of FAANG was $3,779.46 on 13 September 2019.

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Why I Dread the 2020 Presidential Election and You should Too

Now data expert, Nate Cohn thinks Trump could win a larger majority of the Electoral College and the Democrat could win a larger majority of the popular vote next year.

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Is Capital One Making Money?

Capital One is the fifth largest credit card company in the United States. USA Today estimates Capital One has $336.91 billion; or a little over 10%, of the $3 trillion American credit card market.

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Is AIG Making Money?

Currently, AIG is making money but burning cash. To explain, AIG reported a negative free cash flow of -$296 million and an operating cash flow of -$296 million on 30 June 2019.

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No Cryptocurrency is not Coming to Apple Pay, soon

“We’re watching cryptocurrency,” Jennifer Bailey, reportedly said to Christine Romans. “We think it’s interesting. We think it has interesting long-term potential.”

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