Last week was an absolute whirlwind of big news, and that was just a four-day work week. I can only imagine what this week has in store for us.
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Daniel Geiger had great news over the weekend about a possible addition to the plan to save JCPenney.
Authentic Brands Group, which includes brands like Nautica, Spyder, Vince Camuto and Nine West, is in talks to join the proposed JCPenney bailout, currently led by Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Group.
Daniel has all the details about the potential business and what it could mean for the future of JCPenney, the once beloved department store that has gotten into tough times in recent years.
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Who doesn't like to peek into someone else's pocket every now and then? Alex Nicoll and Rebecca Ungarino take a look at the salaries of Fidelity's technical staff. Check with the Asset Manager to find out what engineers, analysts and data scientists can expect.
The future of current MBA students is very fluid. Samantha Stokes spoke to some of the business school career counselors about what to expect from the Big 4 consulting and accounting firms, which are typically a major landing spot for recent MBA graduates.
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Casey Sullivan took a look at private equity giant The Carlyle Group's investment in Grand Rapids, an online healthcare assistant. Read all the details on how the deal came about.