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The game theory comes in with the timing of when new rules might be adopted. Executives note the deadline for filing 2020 plans is in early June.
Jim Cramer explains why the Apple bears could come out of hibernation after its big announcement on Monday
Jim Cramer bets Lyft's stock can work in a slow growing economy, but warns investors should be cautious with "fresh-faced" IPOs.
Jim Cramer explains an inverted yield curve does not mean a recession is coming and reveals what companies he'll be paying attention to next week.
Pinterest is a big AWS spender and will be for a while.
Pinterest says changes by Google and Facebook in early 2018 negatively impacted its user growth.
Pinterest is joining a bevy of tech companies going public in 2019.
Tiffany's management team touts growth opportunities for the retailer, despite it reporting a 1 percent drop in sales worldwide during the holiday quarter, calling out "external challenges and uncertainties."
Former Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini says investors currently are trading "on a basis that says, 'does this drug work today? Did this trial pass today?''"
Currency pressures are expected to reduce sales growth during the fourth quarter by about 6 percentage points, CFO Andy Campion tells analysts, resulting in low single-digit gains compared with a year ago.
Eisai said it has begun phase 3 clinical trials of Alzheimer's treatment, a day after the Japanese drugmaker and U.S. partner Biogen scrapped trials for its own Alzheimer's drug.
The investment is a portion of $1.8 billion GM pledged to spend on manufacturing in the U.S., which will create 700 new jobs and support a further 28,000 jobs across six states, the company said.
Tesla is reviving the referral program so popular with customers, albeit with different terms the company says are more sustainable.
Tesla opened up a merch stand at the Gigafactory to sell employees company swag on the cheap.
Zoom competes with Microsoft and Google in video conferencing. And it's profitable, unlike most tech companies at the time of their IPO.
Tim Cook has been touring China ahead of this weekend's China Development Forum, where he called for privacy regulation last year.