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Blackstone Tumbled in 2022; Here's Outlook for 2023
Blackstone shares have slid 36% year to date, way outdoing the 16% slide for the S&P 500.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 5/11: Carvana, Rivian, Netflix
Jim Cramer says this market is ugly. It's painful. And it's likely not done yet.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/28: Alphabet, Exxon, AMD, Starbucks
Jim Cramer says investors should have their shopping list ready for the next selloff. He's got your game plan for next week.
PE Firm TPG Goes Public as IPO Window Appears to Be Closing
Private equity firm TPG prices its initial public offering at the midpoint of its marketed range, marking the first IPO out of the gate in 2022.
Emergency Doctors Sue KKR-Owned Healthcare Company
Envision Healthcare 'corporate control allows it to increase billings,' the lawsuit says.
Waste-Disposal Startup Backed by Actor DiCaprio Sets $2B SPAC IPO
Rubicon has received investments from the actor Leonardo DiCaprio, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and KKR Co-Founder Henry Kravis.
Salesforce Joins the List of Companies With Two CEOs. Here's a Look at How They're Doing
A brief summary of how companies like Netflix, Workday, KKR and Waymo have fared under a twin power sharing arrangement at the top.
Pfizer Stock Slides As Soft Covid Vaccine Sales Outlook Mars Q4 Earnings Beat
"As we turn to 2023, we expect to once again set records, with potentially the largest number of new product and indication launches that we’ve ever had in such a short period of time," said CEO Albert Bourla.
UPS Earnings Top Street Forecasts On Margin Focus, Revenues Miss; New $5 Billion Share Buyback Unveiled
UPS topped Street forecasts for its fourth quarter earnings, but a slump in international deliveries kept revenue gain in check.
General Motors Stock Surges As Earnings Blast Street Forecasts; Sees Robust 2023 Profits
GM blasted Street profit forecasts with adjusted earnings of $2.12 per share on revenues of $43.1 billion.
Exxon Mobil Posts Record $56 Billion 2022 Profit, Beats Q4 Forecasts As Crude Surges
“While our results clearly benefited from a favorable market, the counter-cyclical investments we made before and during the pandemic provided the energy and products people needed," said CEO Darren Woods.