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J&J, Morgan Stanley, Coca-Cola and More - Biggest Earnings for This Week

J&J, Morgan Stanley, Coca-Cola and More - Biggest Earnings for This Week

Here's list of key companies reporting earnings the week of October 14, 2019.

UPS to Add 6,000 Natural Gas-Powered Vehicles for $450 Million

UPS to Add 6,000 Natural Gas-Powered Vehicles for $450 Million

UPS is adding 6,000 natural gas-powered vehicles of $450 million.

Roku Gets Upgraded to Outperform

Roku Gets Upgraded to Outperform

Roku rises after shares of the maker of streaming-media devices get an upgrade to outperform from neutral by Macquarie analyst Timothy Nollen.

Nike Shares Drop as NBA-China Dispute Raises Consumer Boycott Concern

Nike Shares Drop as NBA-China Dispute Raises Consumer Boycott Concern

Nike shares were lower as investors reacted to news that China's state-backed broadcaster said it would stop airing NBA games.

Unzipping Levi's Role In the History of Jeans

Unzipping Levi's Role In the History of Jeans

Watch the video, to learn how jeans came to be and the role Levi Strauss played shaping its history.

Nvidia Gets Stamp of Approval From Analysts

Nvidia Gets Stamp of Approval From Analysts

RBC is bullish on Nvidia's role in the gaming sector.

Household-Goods Chain Bed Bath & Beyond Shares Waver After Second-Quarter Report

Household-Goods Chain Bed Bath & Beyond Shares Waver After Second-Quarter Report

Bed Bath & Beyond shares waver after second-quarter report.

GM's Q3 Sales Up 6.3%

GM's Q3 Sales Up 6.3%

The Detroit auto maker's sales were led by GMC and Buick. The Chevy Silverado LD was the biggest seller in GM's lineup.

Boeing, BP, Forever 21 - 3 Things To Know

Boeing, BP, Forever 21 - 3 Things To Know

Three things you must know about Boeing, BP, and Forever 21.

McDonald's Nibbles on Meatless Meat, Starting in Canada

McDonald's Nibbles on Meatless Meat, Starting in Canada

Iconic fast-food burger chain McDonald's is partnering with Beyond Meat to test out what it calls PLT burgers - plant, lettuce and tomato - on a trial Canadian audience.