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Bezos Loses Title of World's Second Richest Man to Indian Billionaire
Amazon's founder and executive chairman was the world's richest man for several years before falling to second place.
Starbucks Stock Is Heating Up but Risks Going Cold
Starbucks has its investor day on Tuesday and is so far avoiding getting crushed in the market selloff. Can that momentum last?
Here's Oracle's Must-Hold Support Level After Mixed Earnings Report
Oracle stock is wavering following a mixed earnings report. Here's the level it has to hold going forward.
Stock Market Today - 9/13: Stocks Pummeled After August Inflation Shock; Big Rate Bets Surge
A faster-than-expected reading for August inflation, including a big jump in core prices, has investors rekindling bets on more jumbo rate hikes from the Federal Reserve.
Oracle Stock Holds Firm As Cerner Lifts Q1 Cloud Sales, Adds To Solid 2023 Outlook
"We continue to expect organic revenue growth in our cloud business will accelerate substantially," said CEO Safra Catz.
Stocks Push Gains, Inflation, Peloton, Oracle And Starbucks In Focus - Five Things To Know
Stock futures add to gains ahead of inflation data; Headline CPI may tumble, but core likely sticky; Peloton slides as co-founders depart; Oracle bumps higher on cloud revenue forecast and Starbucks investor day to guide new CEO strategy.
Stock Market Today - 9/12: Stocks End Higher Amid Dollar Retreat With Inflation Data In Focus
Stocks finished higher after snapping a three-week losing streak as the dollar continues to slide against its global currency peers.
Stocks Extend Gains, Week Ahead, Elon Musk, Disney, Oracle - Five Things To Know
Stock futures extend gains, dollar slumps; Week Ahead: inflation, retail sales data in focus; Elon Musk makes another plea to scrap Twitter takeover; Disney shares bump as activist backs keeping ESPN and Oracle earnings to focus on cloud growth, dollar impact.
In This Economy, Even Britney Spears Is Trying To Sell A $2M Condo
The pop star bought it in 2001 for $920,000.
California Companies Moving to Texas Now Have to Make a Choice
As companies seek states with less regulation, their female employees face more.
Treasury Yields Jump After Weak $43 Billion 2-Year Auction, Sliding Foreign Demand
The Treasury sold $43 billion in 2-year notes at a high yield of 4.29% - nearly a full percentage point above last month's auction levels.
Economist El-Erian Sees Strong Chance for Recession
But he thinks the Fed must keep raising interest rates to quell inflation. And he expects continued market volatility.
Pound Collapse Puts Dollar Parity, Emergency Bank of England Rate Hikes in Focus
Britain's new government said it will continue focusing on tax cuts and new borrowing to boost growth even as markets push the pound to a record low against the U.S. dollar.
What Happens to Your Credit Card When Interest Rates Rise
With interest rates soaring, credit card consumers may be in for a shock