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Via https://newsapi.org online business online marketing online business opportunities Ulta Beauty, Inc. (ULTA) CEO Mary Dillon on Q1 2019 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

Ulta Beauty, Inc. (NASDAQ:ULTA) Q1 2019 Earnings Conference Call May 30, 2019 5:00 PM ET Company Participants Laurel Lefebvre – VP, IR Mary Dillon – CEO Scott Settersten – CFO Dave Kimbell – Chief Merchandising and marketing Officer Conference Call Participants Rupesh Parikh – Oppenheimer Oliver Chen – Cowen and Company Ike Boruchow – Wells…


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Via https://newsapi.org online business online marketing online business opportunities Office Depot’s Q1 B2B sales inch up as total sales fall 2%

Office Depot Inc.’s sales to businesses, accounting for more than half of its total sales, continue to lay the groundwork for a stronger financial future at the office supplies company, executives say. One big reason is the increasing demand among customers for Office Depot’s online business services offered through its Business Solutions Division, or BSD.…


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New Intel CEO Bob Swan takes a humble tone in a meeting with investors after a huge earnings shortfall: ‘We let you down’

Bob Swan assumed a humble tone in his first Intel shareholder meeting as CEO: “We let you down.” Analysts were disappointed with Intel’s earnings report last month, highlighted by weak data center business results. Intel shares slipped after Swan made his remarks. One analyst pointed to Intel’s forecast of low-single digit percentage growth in next…


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Canada looks set to hold off on Huawei 5G decision until after the election

The Canadian government believes there’s now less urgency to make a decision on whether to ban Huawei Technologies Co. from 5G telecommunications systems — and that decision could now come after the October federal election, officials familiar with the matter say.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government believes it’s facing less pressure from telecommunications firms than before…




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Huawei, the Chinese tech giant embroiled in controversy, just overtook Apple to become the second largest smartphone maker

Huawei has surpassed Apple to become the No. 2 smartphone vendor worldwide, according to new report. Huawei is thriving as global smartphone sales are continuing to decline worldwide. The company’s success comes as it combats accusations of espionage, among other controversies. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. The Chinese electronics giant Huawei has surpassed…


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First canola, now pigs: China blocks imports from two Canadian pork producers amid diplomatic row

WINNIPEG/OTTAWA — China’s suspension of two Canadian pork exporters’ permits was due to a labeling problem, Canada’s agriculture minister said, adding that she was hopeful of it being resolved.China’s action against two Canadian pork companies, announced by Ag Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau on Wednesday, widened a diplomatic rift between the countries.On Thursday, Gary Stordy, spokesman for…


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Live: Alphabet’s Q1 revenues miss Wall Street targets

Alphabet, the parent company of internet search giant Google, fell short of Wall Street’s revenue targets for its first three months of the year. The stock is down over 7% in after-hours trading on Monday. A slowdown in Google’s ad revenue could be reason for the missed targets. Google’s ad revenue grew by only 15%…


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Boeing shareholders are suing the company, claiming it put safety at risk in a reckless pursuit of profits that ended in the 2 fatal 737 Max crashes

Boeing’s problems continue to mount after shareholders launched a legal challenge Tuesday, claiming they were defrauded over safety deficiencies on the 737 Max aircraft. The lawsuit alleges securities-fraud violations. Boeing’s market cap has plummeted by $34 billion since a fatal crash in Ethiopia last month, the second of two in five months. The filing at…