A milestone on Wall Street. The Dow closed above 22,000 for first time Wednesday, thanks to strong global growth, a weak U.S. dollar and impressive corporate profits. Investors are waiting on Fridayâs jobs report to decide whether to keep buying or to take some money off the table.
Eighteen-hundred orders a day. That's how many reservations Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) says it's averaging for its new Model 3. And, after reporting better-than-expected quarterly earnings, Tesla shares are surging.
Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg's philanthropy just hired Hillary Clinton's campaign strategist. Joel Benenson will consult for Zuckerberg and his wife's charity, but the hire is raising eyebrows about a potential run for political office by the Facebook CEO.
And, Uniqlo is putting its clothes in vending machines in shopping malls and airports across the country. It's a way to get customers what they want when they need it, cut costs and grow sales.