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Cramer: Between G-20, jobs report and Fed forecasts, ‘I am taking a cautious stand next week’

“Remember, [Powell] didn’t commit to cutting rates next month, he just said he’s monitoring the situation,” the “Mad Money” host says.

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Slack: Why is this loss-making tech firm worth $20bn?

The messaging app has investors piling in on hopes it can replace email for workplace communication.

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Cannabis-laced beer and dog treats excite big firms

Big firms are chasing a share of the cannabis market, but growth could be volatile, says a report.

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Jeff Bezos says reaching Mars without first going back to the moon is an ‘illusion’

Bezos’s rocket company Blue Origin wants to create a “sustained human presence” on the moon.

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Inside Apple’s team that greenlights iPhone apps for the App Store

A board led by Apple marketing SVP Phil Schiller meets every week to discuss controversial apps that may infringe App Store guidelines.

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Lego marketing chief says challenge with online ads is that so much content is ‘damaging’ to kids

Lego CMO Julia Goldin said the company focuses some YouTube advertising on adults because the company has concerns about kids’ privacy on the site.

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It was a monumental week for markets with major milestones in stocks, bonds, gold and oil

This week was chalk full of milestones as a Fed meeting and tensions in the Middle East sent shockwaves across financial markets.

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Don’t expect the US and China to make any trade progress at G-20, short seller Carson Block says

Investors shouldn’t get their hopes up for the U.S. and China to make any progress on the trade front at the G-20 summit next week, short seller Carson Block said Friday.

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Pence puts off China speech ahead of Trump-Xi talks

The decision came a week ahead of what could be pivotal talks between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of a G20 summit in Osaka, Japan about tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of each other’s goods.

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Chip stocks fall after Commerce Dept bars 5 more Chinese companies from buying US parts

The Commerce Department has banned five more Chinese companies from buying U.S. components.