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The French pharmaceutical giant is digging into the cash it amassed earlier this year with the sale of its $11.7 billion stake in Regeneron.
Telsey Advisory Group’s Dana Telsey says that although the pandemic did hit the stocks of Burlington Stores, TJX, and Ross Stores, it is only a matter of time before they regain momentum.
JD.com said annual active customers in the second quarter totaled 417.4 million, up 29.9% from 12 months earlier.
An excerpt from the guide book author’s new book, “For the Love of Europe.”
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Less cooking, more chilling with these sandwiches, salads and more.