Rob Lenihan

Freelance writer Rob Lenihan is a former staff reporter and editor of TheStreet, CNN and other media, as well as a former Web editor for Goldman Sachs.

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Mattel Shares Take Off on Hello Kitty Licensing Agreement

Mattel Shares Take Off on Hello Kitty Licensing Agreement

Mattel soars after the toy and game company signs a licensing agreement with Hello Kitty franchise owner Sanrio.

CVS Announces Expansion of HealthHUB, Reaffirms Guidance

CVS Announces Expansion of HealthHUB, Reaffirms Guidance

CVS Health climbs as the company announces expansion plans for its HealthHUB stores and reaffirms its 2019 guidance.

Chipotle Warns Mexico Tariffs Could Boost Costs by $15 Million

Chipotle Warns Mexico Tariffs Could Boost Costs by $15 Million

Chipotle Mexican Grill falls after the company's chief financial officer warns 2019 costs could rise about $15 million.

Dow Rebounds to End Higher; Nasdaq Slammed on Tech Probes

Dow Rebounds to End Higher; Nasdaq Slammed on Tech Probes

Dow rebounds in final minutes, Alphabet, Facebook and other big tech names sink on reports of government investigations into their practices.

Advanced Micro Devices Rises on Graphics Deal With Samsung

Advanced Micro Devices Rises on Graphics Deal With Samsung

Advanced Micro Devices trades higher after the chipmaker says it signed a deal in which Samsung will licence AMD graphics IP.

Fiat Chrysler U.S. Sales Rise 2% in May

Fiat Chrysler U.S. Sales Rise 2% in May

Dodge Charger sees its highest May in six years as sales reach 9,296 vehicles.

Altria Buys 80% of Swiss Tobacco Company Burger

Altria Buys 80% of Swiss Tobacco Company Burger

Tobacco company Altria Group agrees to buy 80% of the Swiss company Burger Sohne for $327 million.

Dow Slammed, Stocks End at Day's Lows as Trump Targets Mexico With Tariffs

Dow Slammed, Stocks End at Day's Lows as Trump Targets Mexico With Tariffs

Stocks closed at session lows Friday after President Trump says he would impose tariffs on Mexican imports if it doesn't help stop what he describes a wave of illegal immigrants from Central America.

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $300 Million Punitive Award in Talc Case

Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $300 Million Punitive Award in Talc Case

Johnson & Johnson is ordered to pay a $300 million punitive award to a woman who said she contracted cancer through the use of the company's talc-based products.

Constellation Brands, Beverage Stocks Go Flat on Proposed Tariffs on Mexico

Constellation Brands, Beverage Stocks Go Flat on Proposed Tariffs on Mexico

Shares of Constellation Brands and other beverage companies take a hit from the threatened tariffs on Mexican goods.