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Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Nov. 22.
The Nasdaq was the lone average able to climb Wednesday.
Stocks closed out trading mixed Wednesday a day after the three benchmark indexes tallied records.
Whitman, who has been HP or HPE's CEO since 2011, is stepping down in 2018 but will remain on the board of directors.
HP Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman will step down Feb. 1. The stock fell nearly 45% in 2017. Will it fall even more without Whitman?
Stocks are trading mixed on Wednesday after Wall Street set records in the previous session.
She has served as the tech company's Chief Executive for 6 years
No pre-Thanksgiving drama here. Stock futures are slightly higher on Wednesday after Wall Street set records in the previous session.
Outgoing HPE CEO Meg Whitman urged students to continuously seek out and stand for truth and open debate in a time of political discord.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a slightly higher start for Wall Street on Wednesday after the three major U.S. indexes closed at record highs in the previous session.
HPE's disappointing guidance and hardware sales figures are weighing on shares. So is news that Meg Whitman will soon step down.
Hewlett Packard's stock crumbles after hours following the announcement she is leaving the company.
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Wall Street futures turned firmly into the green Tuesday after a reversal of investor sentiment in Europe ahead of a busy session for mid-tier U.S. earnings.
Germany's political crisis is keeping the euro in check and holding down regional gains as investors keep to the sidelines ahead of U.S. Thanksgiving.
European and U.S. stocks are set to drift lower Tuesday amid a firmer dollar and flat-lining oil prices.
It was a strong day across the board on Wall Street with all three major U.S. averages closing in the green.
Gains in consumer discretionary and industrial names pushed Wall Street higher on Monday. Tax reform concerns continue to perplex investors.
Gains in consumer discretionary names are leading Wall Street higher on Monday.
Stocks rise on Monday, as Wall Street looks to rebound from two straight weeks of losses and as investors digest the uncertainty still surrounding the GOP's proposed tax reform legislation.
Ahead of a shortened Thanksgiving week, stocks are on track to open narrowly higher. Tax reform uncertainty continues to weigh on investor optimism and earnings season is winding down.
Here are the top 5 important things to know this Monday morning.
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U.S. stock futures are mostly lower on Monday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 look to recover from two-week losing streaks.
This pullback is a textbook example of why you can't take your cue only from the action, says Jim Cramer.
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Like Big Blue's recent earnings report, Cisco's was far from perfect. But investor expectations were low, and the company showed progress in key areas.
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