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The Score: Uber, Warner Bros. Discovery, Take-Two Interactive Software and More Stocks That Defined the Week
Here are some of the major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.
Tech-focused Nasdaq Composite posts best day since May
Exposure to the expanding world of private credit has been key for alternative managers.
The end of the years is just weeks away. To improve your tax picture for 2023, act now.
By ignoring foreign markets, American savers could crimp future returns and face more volatility.
A recent analysis offers a view into the booming market.
The subsidiary, which helps clear trades of Treasury bonds, was targeted in a ransomware attack.
Americans are now postponing their home searches by years, not months, fueling new spending and saving dynamics.
The S&P 500 failed to notch a ninth consecutive gain.
Adjustments for key numbers for income, gift and estate taxes give taxpayers some planning opportunities.
A winning streak for the Coach brand bolsters the parent company ahead of the Michael Kors acquisition.
Affirm appears to be finding demand for its loans from investors looking to tap in to the higher yields it can offer them.
As requests for more and bigger tips increase, so does confusion.
PayPal and Block said they would trim their expenses, as high interest rates have put many financial-tech companies in a tight spot.
Demand for utility poles is high due to infrastructure spending and grid upgrades.
Co-working spaces are designed for tech startups, not downsizing corporate tenants.
The former CEO could leave with a last slug of money, a knock-on effect of the generous terms big investors lavished on tech company founders.
The shift back toward spending on services has largely ended, which leaves Americans devoting a bigger share of their spending to goods than before the pandemic.
A new boom in AI could be a tailwind. But the company may struggle to fully take advantage—unless it can repair reputational damage from the last big tech bust.
Streaming growth and the breakout of its sports business help offset weakening TV trends, while improved profits and cash flow may weaken the activist case again.