This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Ann-Marie Cahill will read anything and everything. From novels to trading cards to the inside of CD covers (they’re still a thing, right?). A good day is when her kids bring notes home from school. A bad day
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Foot Locker’s turnaround is starting to bear some fruit.  The sneaker giant saw comparable sales decline 1.8% during its fiscal first quarter, far better than the 3.1% drop-off that analysts expected, according to StreetAccount.  The company also reaffirmed its fiscal year guidance, which projects sales to be between a 1% decline and a 1% gain,
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Shoppers walk in front of a Kohl’s store in Mount Kisco, New York. Scott Mlyn | CNBC Kohl’s shares plummeted more than 20% in premarket trading Thursday after the company posted a surprise loss per share, coming in well below Wall Street’s expectations for a slight profit. Here’s how Kohl’s did in its fiscal first
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Security leaders are in a tricky position trying to discern how much new AI-driven cybersecurity tools could actually benefit a security operations center (SOC). The hype about generative AI is still everywhere, but security teams have to live in reality. They face constantly incoming alerts from endpoint security platforms, SIEM tools, and phishing emails reported
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Mark Ruffalo in ‘Dark Waters.’ Photo: Focus Features. Preview: Mark Ruffalo is joining the cast of ‘Crime 101’. Chris Hemsworth is co-starring in the movie. Bart Layton is directing. Don Winslow’s work has been the source for movies before, including 2007’s ‘Bobby Z’ and 2012’s ‘Savages’. Yet right now, there is a feeding frenzy for
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Justice Juan Merchan instructs the jury before deliberations as Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump looks on during his criminal trial over charges that he falsified business records to conceal money paid to silence porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016, at Manhattan state court in New York City, U.S. May 29, 2024
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How are we in June already? With the year half over, I’m looking forward to all the best-of-books-of-the-year-so far lists that I’m sure will start cropping up. I’m planning to do one myself, centered around book clubs, of course. Now for the rest of today’s book club things, there are queer coming-of-age novels that take
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Activist investor Nelson Peltz has sold his entire stake in Disney, a person familiar with the matter tells CNBC. Peltz sold all of his Disney stock at roughly $120 a share, the person said, making about $1 billion on the position. The stock currently trades for about $100 per share. The exit comes weeks after
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