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General Electric Stock Gains As CEO Larry Culp Takes Over Aviation Division

"There is tremendous opportunity in aviation over the coming years, and the Board and I decided it is the right time for me to take on this expanded role," said GE CEO Larry Culp.

Kellogg Stock Surges Amid Plans to Split Iconic Cereal Maker Into Three Separate Companies

"These businesses all have significant standalone potential, and an enhanced focus will enable them to better direct their resources toward their distinct strategic priorities," said CEO Steve Cahillane.

General Electric Stock Edges Higher As CEO Larry Culp Sees Solid Demand, Repeats Supply Chain Caution

GE CEO Larry Culp said the group is seeing "plenty of demand", but noted that product delivery remains a challenge amid supply chain disruptions.

Stock Market Today - 6/1: Stocks End Lower As Inflation Worries Linger; Fed Begins Balance Sheet Sales

Stocks finished lower Wednesday as investors enter June in much the same way they exited May: worried about inflation and eyeing central bank reactions.

Stock Market Today - 5/13: Stocks End Higher As Powell Offers Soothing Words

Stocks finished higher Friday, snapping a six-day losing streak for the Dow.

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Is Tesla Stock a Buy or Sell After Q2 Deliveries Report? Check the Chart.

Tesla's second-quarter deliveries climbed year over year but fell from the first quarter. Here's how to trade the stock now.

Exxon Stock Slumps As Oil Slide Offsets Bets For Record Q2 Profits

"High energy prices are largely a result of underinvestment by many in the energy industry over the last several years and especially during the pandemic," Exxon said.

Ford Makes a Major Change

The legacy automaker has just made a decision that will affect consumers buying its electric vehicles via a lease.

Stock Market Today - 7/5: Stocks Slide On Recession Fears; Dollar Hits Two-Decade Peak

A brief overnight inversion of the U.S. yield curve, as well as mounting signs of a near-term recession, have stocks on the back foot heading into the holiday-shortened week.