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HealthStream is about to announce its earnings — here's what Wall Street expects

On October 26, HealthStream is presenting latest earnings. 6 analysts are estimating earnings of $0.043 per share as opposed to earnings of $0.110 per share in the same quarter of the previous year. Analysts are expecting the company to report $57.9 million, an decrease of 7.22% over the prior year quarter. Analysts estimate earnings of $0.325 per share for the current fiscal year. Last year, the company earned $0.440 per share. This story was written by Markets Insider’s RoboEddy, which automatically writes these stories based on data provided by our partners.

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Joe Biden is doubling down on raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour despite the economic downturn. It could bump paychecks for over 27 million workers.

BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty ImagesBiden is pushing ahead with raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour even as the downturn takes a toll on small businesses. Congress last raised the federal minimum wage in 2009. It’s the longest stretch without a wage hike in US history. Republicans oppose the hike, arguing it hurts employers and causes job losses. A growing amount of economic research so far indicates overall employment levels haven’t been negatively impacted in states and cities that implemented hourly wage increases. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is sticking by his push to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour, a move that would bump paychecks for millions of low-wage workers hit hard by the pandemic. Biden and President Donald Trump clashed on the issue at Thursday’s presidential debate. Asked about increasing workers’ pay when many small businesses are struggling, Biden responded he still believed it was necessary to increase the hourly wage to $15. “I do, because I think one of the things we’re going to have to do we’re going to have to bail them out too — we should be bailing them out now, those small businesses,”

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