Facebook said it had signed partnership agreements with Schwartz Media, Solstice Media and Private Media
Rep. John Yarmuth purchased up to $60,000 worth of stock in cannabis producers while at the same time supporting decriminalization of the drug.
Extreme volatility has returned to GameStop shares.
Selling picked up in U.S. equity markets Thursday afteroon as traders weighed continued improvement of the economy and a sharp rise in bond yields.
The rally in bank stocks that has been propelled by inflation fears and a steepening yield curve has come too far, too fast, according to one Wall Street analyst.
Workers were told their line would be down from Feb. 22 until March 7
Traders will also examine the latest data on durable goods and pending home sales
The legislation was designed to curb the outsized bargaining power of Facebook and Google in their negotiations with Australian news providers
Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger issued a warning Wednesday that nothing is ever really free -- at least when it comes to Robinhood and other brokerage apps that are trying to lure amateur investors in with promises of commission-free trading on their platforms.
Electric-vehicle maker Fisker Inc. and Foxconn Technology Group announced Wednesday that they would collaborate on an electric-vehicle project, leading Fisker shares to surge more than 38%.
The New York Stock Exchange halted GameStop shares twice as shares of the video game retailer surged more than 100% in late trading Wednesday.
U.S. stocks staged midday comeback.
Investors will be watching for more retail earnings and home sales numbers
The rates that were charged violate state law against excessive premiums, the lawsuits contend
Facebook on Tuesday said it would restore Australian users' access to news in light of the compromise it had reached with the government
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy took Robinhood CEO Vladimir Tenev to task over his company's conduct during last month's dramatic surge of GameStop's stock fueled by a group of amateur traders.
U.S. equity markets staged a dramatic comeback Tuesday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average ending just shy of a record high after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reassured investors the central bank would continue to support the economy and that inflation would remain in control.
The upbeat outlook from the U.S. retailer follows better-than-expected sales in the holiday quarter as stimulus checks and strong online demand eased the blow from the health crisis.
The company's same-store sales jumped 24.5% in the fourth quarter ended Jan. 31, beating analysts' average estimate of an 18.9% increase.
U.S. equity markets finished mixed Monday as tech shares pulled back on valuation concerns and cyclicals gained.