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TheStreet.com's AAP Team Goes Bearish on Walmart
Walmart's inventory levels were still at historic levels exiting the April quarter, the team said.
TJX Stock Slumps As Marshalls Owner Takes Omicron Hit to Holiday Quarter Sales
TJX, the owner of Marshalls, TJ Maxx and Home Goods, posted weaker-than-expected holiday quarter sales in part linked to Omicron closures.
Stock Market Today - 2/23: Stocks End Lower As Ukraine Orders State of Emergency; Cyber Attacks Reported
Stocks end lower, with the S&P 500 sinking deeper into correction territory, as Ukraine's move to declare a state of emergency has investors worried of a near-term escalation in its simmering conflict with Russia.
Russia Sanctions, Activision, Palo Alto Networks, Tesla and Stocks - Five Things You Must Know
Stock futures bounce higher as Russia-Ukraine crisis pauses; Britain joins U.S. With Russia-targeted sanctions on banks, billionaires; Activision Blizzard set to delay premium 'Call of Duty' release; Palo Alto Networks tops Q2 earnings, boosts outlook and Tesla seeks permission to expand Shanghai production pace.
Russian Tanks In Ukraine, Oil, Retail Earnings, Trump and Elon Musk - 5 Things You Must Know
Stock futures pressured as Russian tanks rolls into Ukraine; Week Ahead: Retail earnings, consumer confidence in focus; oil prices surge as U.S. threatens sanctions; Trump's 'Truth Social' app has bumpy Apple store debut and Elon Musk steps-up attack on SEC-Tesla probe.
Tesla Q2 Deliveries Slump To 254,695 As Shanghai Shutdown, Supply Chain Snarls Take Toll
Tesla said it had a record rate of production in June, but supply chain disruption and the closure of its Shanghai gigafactory triggered a slump in Q2 deliveries.
Roe v. Wade: Google Makes a Major Decision to Protect Privacy
Google will delete a person's location history for going to an abortion clinic.
Elon Musk Drops The Curtain On His Natures
The billionaire and CEO of Tesla remains an enigma despite its omnipresence on social media.
Coinbase Faces A New Scandal
The platform denies selling proprietary customer data and announces it is expanding into several European countries.