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Michael Roman, CEO, 3M Scott Mlyn | CNBC Shares of industrial products maker 3M have been hit hard since the company’s disappointing first-quarter earnings report in April, and J.P. Morgan warned investors on Friday that there is more pain to come. J.P. Morgan analyst Stephen Tusa said in a note that 3M’s “premium valuation is unjustified by
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Bill Marvin and Chris Seib (CTO and co-founder) action shot Meagan Ebersole | JP Morgan Chase J.P. Morgan Chase is buying medical payments technology firm InstaMed to push more deeply into the $3.5 trillion market for U.S. health-care spending. The bank agreed Friday to purchase InstaMed, a Philadelphia-based company of about 300 employees that processed
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Mark Cuban, billionaire investor and owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, told CNBC on Tuesday that Uber’s disappointing initial public offering last week was “not a surprise” because the ride-hailing company waited too long to go public, losing the momentum early companies typically have. “It’s not a growth company,” Cuban said in a phone interview
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The U.S. government on Friday approved the formation of a new Silicon Valley stock exchange following a regulatory criticism late last year. Backed by top Valley figures such as venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, the Long-Term Stock Exchange was born out of concern from the nation’s tech elite who were frustrated that the public market’s focus
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