Delta Air Lines beats on earnings and guidance, announces record revenue (DAL)

Delta Air Lines reported first-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street expectations. The airline announced record quarterly revenue. Delta shares gained 1.67% ahead of Wednesday’s opening bell. Watch Delta Air Lines trade live. Delta Air Lines on Wednesday reported first-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street estimates, sending shares up 1.67% ahead of the opening bell. The airline earned an adjusted $0.96 a share, comfortably beating the $0.90 that analysts surveyed by Bloomberg were expecting. Total adjusted revenue jumped 7.5% versus a year ago to $10.4 billion, a quarterly record and in line with expectations. During Q1, Delta returned $1.6 billion to shareholders, through $1.3 billion of share buybacks and $233 million… Read More

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Delta Air Lines beats on earnings and guidance, announces record revenue (DAL)

Delta Air Lines reported first-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street expectations. The airline announced record quarterly revenue. Delta shares gained 1.67% ahead of Wednesday’s opening bell. Watch Delta Air Lines trade live. Delta Air Lines on Wednesday reported first-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street estimates, sending shares up 1.67% ahead of the opening bell. The airline earned an adjusted $0.96 a share, comfortably beating the $0.90 that analysts surveyed by Bloomberg were expecting. Total adjusted revenue jumped 7.5% versus a year ago to $10.4 billion, a quarterly record and in line with expectations. During Q1, Delta returned $1.6 billion to shareholders, through $1.3 billion of share buybacks and $233 million… Read More

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THE US HOME HEALTHCARE REPORT: How US providers are using telehealth to tap into the booming home healthcare market (CVS)

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Current subscribers can read the report here. US home healthcare is evolving into a massive market for US health systems and hospitals. The US home healthcare market is projected to grow about 7% annually from $103 billion in 2018 to $173 billion by 2026 — outpacing growth in all other care types, including hospital care (+5.3% annually) and physician services (+5.6% annually) — and providers must figure out how to tap into the burgeoning space. US health systems and hospitals are turning to telehealth… Read More

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THE US HOME HEALTHCARE REPORT: How US providers are using telehealth to tap into the booming home healthcare market (CVS)

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Current subscribers can read the report here. US home healthcare is evolving into a massive market for US health systems and hospitals. The US home healthcare market is projected to grow about 7% annually from $103 billion in 2018 to $173 billion by 2026 — outpacing growth in all other care types, including hospital care (+5.3% annually) and physician services (+5.6% annually) — and providers must figure out how to tap into the burgeoning space. US health systems and hospitals are turning to telehealth… Read More

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THE US HOME HEALTHCARE REPORT: How US providers are using telehealth to tap into the booming home healthcare market (CVS)

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Current subscribers can read the report here. US home healthcare is evolving into a massive market for US health systems and hospitals. The US home healthcare market is projected to grow about 7% annually from $103 billion in 2018 to $173 billion by 2026 — outpacing growth in all other care types, including hospital care (+5.3% annually) and physician services (+5.6% annually) — and providers must figure out how to tap into the burgeoning space. US health systems and hospitals are turning to telehealth… Read More

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The former CEO of ad-tech company Undertone is building a ‘mini Accenture’ for direct-to-consumer brands, and just made another big acquisition

Former CEO and chairman of ad-tech company Undertone Michael Cassidy is building a one-stop shop for direct-to-consumer brands navigating e-commerce. His firm, BVAccel, just acquired the professional services practice of Weblinc, an e-commerce software company with clients including Urban Outfitters, Reformation, and Heineken. Cassidy is trying to build a “mini-Accenture” for direct-to-consumer brands, with strategic, technical, and creative services, and the acquisition is meant to help clients connect online and offline commerce and grow internationally. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Last year, ad-tech veteran Michael Cassidy launched his own family-office fund with a bet on e-commerce. Now, he’s going all in. The former CEO and chairman of the ad-tech company… Read More

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Verizon is hoping to build a big DTC subscriber business by taking a page from Warby Parker

Verizon launched Visible, the digital-only cell phone carrier in the US, in May 2018. Visible sees an opportunity in the 50 million people who change carriers per year with its simple, $40-per-month plan. It’s a low-risk investment for Verizon and could eventually help boost its lagging pre-paid subscriber numbers. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. A year after Verizon launched Visible, its first direct-to-consumer cell phone business, it’s largely unknown. Yet Visible, which aspires to be a lifestyle brand and not a utility, aims to be a top wireless provider in time — and may be a way for Verizon to win back part of the wireless industry it’s struggled in.… Read More

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We’re learning more about Manny Pacquiao’s mystery Rizin contract, a deal that doesn’t even include a fight

Manny Pacquiao signed a mystery contract earlier this week with the fledgling Japanese mixed martial arts firm Rizin. Rizin is the events organizer that promoted Floyd Mayweather’s bizarre one round knockout win over the up-and-coming kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa. Pacquiao will be at an upcoming show in Yokohama to lend his support to a Filipino fighter who is challenging Nasukawa to a kickboxing fight. Rizin executives are reportedly eager to commit Pacquiao to an actual fight in the future, and want to match him against an experienced martial artist called Takanori Gomi. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. We’re learning more about Manny Pacquiao’s deal with Rizin, just days after… Read More

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10 things you need to know before the opening bell

Here is what you need to know. Trump’s EU tariff threat is ‘not a new front in the trade war.’ US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Tuesday announced new tariffs on $11 billion worth of European Union products, but UBS says they are the result of “due process” and follow World Trade Organization recommendations. Hong Kong’s stock market overtakes Japan’s. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng finished Wednesday’s trading sesssion with a market cap of $5.78 trillion, moving into the No. 3 spot behind the US and China, Bloomberg says. The man who moves markets shares an often-overlooked force that’s dictating returns and what it says about the future. Marko Kolanovic, JPMorgan’s… Read More

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