Rent-A-Center Inc. News
Rent-A-Center Stock Higher After Buyback, Dividend Increases
Rent-A-Center authorized $500 million of share buybacks and a 10% dividend increase to 34 cents a share.
Bed Bath & Beyond Off; 'Experiences' to Replace 'Things' Post-Pandemic
Bed Bath & Beyond will experience second half tailwinds as consumers shift spending towards 'experiences' and away from 'things,' according to KeyBanc.
Rent-A-Center Rises on Deal to Buy Online Peer Acima for $1.6B
Rent-A-Center stock traded higher Monday after the company said it agreed to buy online lease-to-own provider Acima Holdings for $1.6 billion.
Rent-A-Center Falls Hard After Private-Equity Buyout Is Called Off
Rent-A-Center shares are falling after a deal loved by shareholders is terminated.
Amazon, Warren Buffett and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' - 5 Things You Must Know
U.S. stock futures are lower on Monday, as stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data reignites bets on faster Federal Reserve rate hikes and as investors look ahead to the midterm elections on Tuesday; Amazon reportedly has held advanced talks about establishing its second headquarters in Crystal City, Virginia; 'Bohemian Rhapsody' makes $50 million in its opening weekend.
Will the Bear Win Out? What Earnings Reports to Watch This Week
TheStreet takes a look at the final week of Q3 earnings.
IBM, Red Hat, Elon Musk, Walmart, Boston Red Sox - 5 Things You Must Know
U.S. stock futures are higher on Monday as investor concerns revolve around slowing U.S. corporate earnings; IBM reaches deal to buy Red Hat for $34 billion; Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the tweet he sent in August about taking the electric vehicle company private at $420 a share was 'worth it.'
Gas Prices Fall Below $4 A Gallon For the First Time Since March Amid Global Crude Market Declines
Gas prices extended their run of declines to 52 days overnight, falling below $4 a gallon for the first time since early March.
Disney Stock Soars As Streaming Total Tops Netflix, Price Hikes Unveiled For Disney+ and Hulu
"We believe we have plenty of room on price value," Disney CEO Bob Chapek said of the group's streaming price hikes. "And we do not believe that there's going to be any meaningful on our churn as a result."