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  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 4:09 p.m. ET
  • by Tomi Kilgore

The Nasdaq closed sharply lower from record highs Friday as several big tech names sold off ahead of the Federal Reserve s expected rate hike next week. The Nasdaq Composite Index closed down 113.85 points, or 1.8%, it s largest one-day drop since May 17, at 6,207.92, with huge losses from Apple Inc. Nvidia Corp. Netflix Inc. Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. to end the week 1.6% lower. The Dow Jones Industrial Average finished up 89.44 points, or 0.4%, at 21,271.79, for a 0.3% gain on the week. The S P 500 index finished down 2.02 points, or 0.1%, at 2,431.77, with the tech sector plummeting 2.8%, offsetting a 2.5% gain in energy stocks. The S P 500 finished 0.3% lower on the week.

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 4:08 p.m. ET
  • by Wallace Witkowski

S P 500 ends down less than 0.1%

S P 500 ends down less than 0.1%

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 4:01 p.m. ET
  • by Mark DeCambre

Nasdaq Composite plunges 1.8%, logs worst daily decline in month

Nasdaq Composite plunges 1.8%, logs worst daily decline in month

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. ET
  • by Mark DeCambre

Dow books fresh record, up 0.4%

Dow books fresh record, up 0.4%

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. ET
  • by Mark DeCambre

What a week: Dow, Nasdaq close out the week very differently

What a week: Dow, Nasdaq close out the week very differently

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. ET
  • by Mark DeCambre

XBiotech Inc. s stock plunged 62% toward a record low in afternoon trade Friday, after the company said an independent data monitoring committee (IDMC) recommended the discontinuation of a Phase-3 trial for the company s colorectal cancer treatment because it failed to meet threshold requirements for continuation. The stock was halted for trading for news until 3:30 p.m. ET. The IDMC said it had no safety concerns, but the findings were not sufficient to meet efficacy endpoints. We are obviously disappointed with these findings. In the coming weeks, the company plans to analyze the data extensively to further understand the primary and secondary endpoint data, as well as to identify populations that may have benefited from the therapy, said XBiotech Chief Executive John Simard. These findings today will not affect our efforts to pursue approval of the therapy based on the successful completion of the European study, which demonstrated control of debilitating symptoms in colorectal cancer. The stock has tumbled 64% year to date, while the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF has climkbed 11% and the S P 500 has gained 8.5%.

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 3:32 p.m. ET
  • by Tomi Kilgore
  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. ET
  • by Ryan Vlastelica
  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 2:50 p.m. ET
  • by Claudia Assis

Dow Jones Industrial Average turns negative in afternoon trading

Dow Jones Industrial Average turns negative in afternoon trading

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 2:49 p.m. ET
  • by Ryan Vlastelica

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. sank 5.2% in afternoon trade Friday, marking an abrupt end to the recent win streak, amid a broad selloff in the technology sector. AMD shares, which were up as much as 3.9% earlier in the session, started sinking just before noon, along with tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite, with some analysts attributing the sudden weakness to profit-taking ahead of the weekend. The Nasdaq Composite was slumped 1.5%, after being up as much as 0.3% at a record intraday high earlier, while the S P 500 eased just 0.1%. AMD s stock had rocketed 18% during the four-session win streak through Thursday, as investors focused on Apple Inc. s mention of the company s chips and recent strong demand from the gaming and cryptocurrency sectors.

  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 2:21 p.m. ET
  • by Tomi Kilgore
  • Jun. 9, 2017 at 2:15 p.m. ET
  • by Mark DeCambre

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2016 Top Franchises from Entrepreneur s Franchise 500 List

Understanding the Ranking

There’s a lot that goes into putting together the first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking in the world. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Entrepreneur’s 37th annual Franchise 500 .

The process began in July 2015, when we asked franchisors to participate in our survey. Each submission was vetted before being entered for data analysis; 951 companies made the first cut. Of those, the top 500 became the Franchise 500 ranking, based on financial and statistical data from July 2013 through July 2015.

Only franchise companies that supply a full Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) or Canadian Disclosure Document and whose information is verified by Entrepreneur can receive a listing. To be eligible for the Franchise 500 , a franchisor must have a minimum of 10 units, with at least one franchise located in the U.S. The company must be seeking new franchisees in the U.S. and it cannot be in Chapter 11 at the time the ranking is compiled. (The exception to these rules is Canada-based companies that are expanding only in Canada.)

All companies are judged by the same criteria: objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation. The most important factors include financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system. We also consider the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising, startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations and whether the company provides financing. Financial data is analyzed by an independent CPA.

We do not measure subjective elements such as franchisee satisfaction or management style. The objective factors are plugged into our exclusive Franchise 500 formula, with each eligible company receiving a cumulative score.

Remember that the Franchise 500 is not intended to endorse, advertise or recommend any particular franchise. It is solely a research tool you can use to compare franchise operations. Entrepreneur stresses that you should always conduct your own independent investigation before investing money in a franchise. Read the FDD and related materials carefully, get help from a franchise attorney and a CPA in reviewing any legal or financial documents, and talk to as many existing and former franchisees as possible and visit their outlets. The best way to protect yourself is to do your homework.

Research compiled by Tracy Stapp Herold and J.R. Jimenez with assistance from Hava Arieh, Rick Ignarra, Nicole Jurinek, Yvette Madrid, Jessica Nguyen and Giuseppe Ricapito; technical assistance from Angel Cool and Daniel Sibitzky; financial analysis by David R. Juedes, CPA; graphic design by Karen Meneghin.

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IndyCar Aces Tried To Eat Somewhere Good Before They Got Robbed At Taco Bell

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Dixon (left) and Franchitt (right) when they were teammates at Chip Ganassi Racing in 2013. Photo credit: AJ Mast/AP Images

When Indianapolis 500 pole-sitter Scott Dixon and retired three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti got robbed at a Taco Bell, everyone’s first question was “why are they at Taco Bell?” Well, it wasn’t their first choice, either.

Just hours after qualifying for the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, pole sitter Scott Dixon and retired …

Dixon and Franchitti originally planned to go out to a nice Italian restaurant in downtown Indianapolis after Dixon had qualified on pole, but the restaurant was closed by the time he was done at the track, reports the Associated Press .

Sunday evenings in Indianapolis aren’t exactly a hive of activity, so their only other option was fast food. Dixon couldn’t even go to the fast food joint that sponsors his team, which, yes, apparently team sponsorships can even influence where these guys go to eat, per the AP.

The New Zealander did have some reflection about his experience at Taco Bell — the choice only because McDonalds, a Ganassi team sponsor that had a location next door was closed for renovations.

So, Taco Bell it was, where Dixon ordered his usual order of a Cheesy Gordita Crunch, with more beans in place of Taco Bell’s mystery meat.

While Dixon was advised not to speak about the details of robbery itself, he did note how surreal it was to be robbed at gunpoint right after winning pole at one of the world’s most famous races to the AP :

“It was definitely shocking, disbelief for the most part,” said Dixon, who acknowledged the “bizarre contrast” of being robbed a few hours after the high of winning the pole for the fabled race coming up this Sunday.

“It will make you feel really small again,” Dixon said.

Most of all, Dixon and Franchitti considered themselves fortunate that no one was hurt in the incident. The two most valuable items in the car, Dixon’s vintage Rolex and Franchitti’s lucky vintage Daytona edition Rolex, weren’t taken, either.

Dixon also told the AP that he’d still go back to Indianapolis’ most infamous Taco Bell around 10 p.m. if he needed to in the future.


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2015 Top Franchises from Entrepreneur s Franchise 500 List

Understanding the Ranking

There’s a lot that goes into putting together the first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking in the world. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Entrepreneur’s 37th annual Franchise 500 .

The process began in July 2015, when we asked franchisors to participate in our survey. Each submission was vetted before being entered for data analysis; 951 companies made the first cut. Of those, the top 500 became the Franchise 500 ranking, based on financial and statistical data from July 2013 through July 2015.

Only franchise companies that supply a full Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) or Canadian Disclosure Document and whose information is verified by Entrepreneur can receive a listing. To be eligible for the Franchise 500 , a franchisor must have a minimum of 10 units, with at least one franchise located in the U.S. The company must be seeking new franchisees in the U.S. and it cannot be in Chapter 11 at the time the ranking is compiled. (The exception to these rules is Canada-based companies that are expanding only in Canada.)

All companies are judged by the same criteria: objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation. The most important factors include financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system. We also consider the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising, startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations and whether the company provides financing. Financial data is analyzed by an independent CPA.

We do not measure subjective elements such as franchisee satisfaction or management style. The objective factors are plugged into our exclusive Franchise 500 formula, with each eligible company receiving a cumulative score.

Remember that the Franchise 500 is not intended to endorse, advertise or recommend any particular franchise. It is solely a research tool you can use to compare franchise operations. Entrepreneur stresses that you should always conduct your own independent investigation before investing money in a franchise. Read the FDD and related materials carefully, get help from a franchise attorney and a CPA in reviewing any legal or financial documents, and talk to as many existing and former franchisees as possible and visit their outlets. The best way to protect yourself is to do your homework.

Research compiled by Tracy Stapp Herold and J.R. Jimenez with assistance from Hava Arieh, Rick Ignarra, Nicole Jurinek, Yvette Madrid, Jessica Nguyen and Giuseppe Ricapito; technical assistance from Angel Cool and Daniel Sibitzky; financial analysis by David R. Juedes, CPA; graphic design by Karen Meneghin.

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2015 Top Franchises from Entrepreneur s Franchise 500 List

Understanding the Ranking

There’s a lot that goes into putting together the first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking in the world. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Entrepreneur’s 37th annual Franchise 500 .

The process began in July 2015, when we asked franchisors to participate in our survey. Each submission was vetted before being entered for data analysis; 951 companies made the first cut. Of those, the top 500 became the Franchise 500 ranking, based on financial and statistical data from July 2013 through July 2015.

Only franchise companies that supply a full Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) or Canadian Disclosure Document and whose information is verified by Entrepreneur can receive a listing. To be eligible for the Franchise 500 , a franchisor must have a minimum of 10 units, with at least one franchise located in the U.S. The company must be seeking new franchisees in the U.S. and it cannot be in Chapter 11 at the time the ranking is compiled. (The exception to these rules is Canada-based companies that are expanding only in Canada.)

All companies are judged by the same criteria: objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation. The most important factors include financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system. We also consider the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising, startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations and whether the company provides financing. Financial data is analyzed by an independent CPA.

We do not measure subjective elements such as franchisee satisfaction or management style. The objective factors are plugged into our exclusive Franchise 500 formula, with each eligible company receiving a cumulative score.

Remember that the Franchise 500 is not intended to endorse, advertise or recommend any particular franchise. It is solely a research tool you can use to compare franchise operations. Entrepreneur stresses that you should always conduct your own independent investigation before investing money in a franchise. Read the FDD and related materials carefully, get help from a franchise attorney and a CPA in reviewing any legal or financial documents, and talk to as many existing and former franchisees as possible and visit their outlets. The best way to protect yourself is to do your homework.

Research compiled by Tracy Stapp Herold and J.R. Jimenez with assistance from Hava Arieh, Rick Ignarra, Nicole Jurinek, Yvette Madrid, Jessica Nguyen and Giuseppe Ricapito; technical assistance from Angel Cool and Daniel Sibitzky; financial analysis by David R. Juedes, CPA; graphic design by Karen Meneghin.

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2016 Top Franchises from Entrepreneur s Franchise 500 List

Understanding the Ranking

There’s a lot that goes into putting together the first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking in the world. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Entrepreneur’s 37th annual Franchise 500 .

The process began in July 2015, when we asked franchisors to participate in our survey. Each submission was vetted before being entered for data analysis; 951 companies made the first cut. Of those, the top 500 became the Franchise 500 ranking, based on financial and statistical data from July 2013 through July 2015.

Only franchise companies that supply a full Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) or Canadian Disclosure Document and whose information is verified by Entrepreneur can receive a listing. To be eligible for the Franchise 500 , a franchisor must have a minimum of 10 units, with at least one franchise located in the U.S. The company must be seeking new franchisees in the U.S. and it cannot be in Chapter 11 at the time the ranking is compiled. (The exception to these rules is Canada-based companies that are expanding only in Canada.)

All companies are judged by the same criteria: objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation. The most important factors include financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system. We also consider the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising, startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations and whether the company provides financing. Financial data is analyzed by an independent CPA.

We do not measure subjective elements such as franchisee satisfaction or management style. The objective factors are plugged into our exclusive Franchise 500 formula, with each eligible company receiving a cumulative score.

Remember that the Franchise 500 is not intended to endorse, advertise or recommend any particular franchise. It is solely a research tool you can use to compare franchise operations. Entrepreneur stresses that you should always conduct your own independent investigation before investing money in a franchise. Read the FDD and related materials carefully, get help from a franchise attorney and a CPA in reviewing any legal or financial documents, and talk to as many existing and former franchisees as possible and visit their outlets. The best way to protect yourself is to do your homework.

Research compiled by Tracy Stapp Herold and J.R. Jimenez with assistance from Hava Arieh, Rick Ignarra, Nicole Jurinek, Yvette Madrid, Jessica Nguyen and Giuseppe Ricapito; technical assistance from Angel Cool and Daniel Sibitzky; financial analysis by David R. Juedes, CPA; graphic design by Karen Meneghin.

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2016 Top Franchises from Entrepreneur s Franchise 500 List

Understanding the Ranking

There’s a lot that goes into putting together the first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking in the world. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at Entrepreneur’s 37th annual Franchise 500 .

The process began in July 2015, when we asked franchisors to participate in our survey. Each submission was vetted before being entered for data analysis; 951 companies made the first cut. Of those, the top 500 became the Franchise 500 ranking, based on financial and statistical data from July 2013 through July 2015.

Only franchise companies that supply a full Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) or Canadian Disclosure Document and whose information is verified by Entrepreneur can receive a listing. To be eligible for the Franchise 500 , a franchisor must have a minimum of 10 units, with at least one franchise located in the U.S. The company must be seeking new franchisees in the U.S. and it cannot be in Chapter 11 at the time the ranking is compiled. (The exception to these rules is Canada-based companies that are expanding only in Canada.)

All companies are judged by the same criteria: objective, quantifiable measures of a franchise operation. The most important factors include financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system. We also consider the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising, startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations and whether the company provides financing. Financial data is analyzed by an independent CPA.

We do not measure subjective elements such as franchisee satisfaction or management style. The objective factors are plugged into our exclusive Franchise 500 formula, with each eligible company receiving a cumulative score.

Remember that the Franchise 500 is not intended to endorse, advertise or recommend any particular franchise. It is solely a research tool you can use to compare franchise operations. Entrepreneur stresses that you should always conduct your own independent investigation before investing money in a franchise. Read the FDD and related materials carefully, get help from a franchise attorney and a CPA in reviewing any legal or financial documents, and talk to as many existing and former franchisees as possible and visit their outlets. The best way to protect yourself is to do your homework.

Research compiled by Tracy Stapp Herold and J.R. Jimenez with assistance from Hava Arieh, Rick Ignarra, Nicole Jurinek, Yvette Madrid, Jessica Nguyen and Giuseppe Ricapito; technical assistance from Angel Cool and Daniel Sibitzky; financial analysis by David R. Juedes, CPA; graphic design by Karen Meneghin.

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