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U.S. Justice Department Preparing Charges Against Banks

Facebook Settles DOJ Lawsuit And Labor Department Audit

Facebook settles a lawsuit by the Department of Justice and an audit by the Department of Labor over the PERM hiring program.

Squid Game Lead

Netflix Stock Gains As Third Quarter Earnings Double Riding on Money Heist, Squid Game Success

Netflix added 4.4 million subscribers in the third quarter and sees a further 8.5 million additions over the final three months of the year.

12. Netflix flies high as Old Media scrambles to respond

Netflix Third-Quarter Earnings Live Blog

Real Money's Eric Jhonsa covers Netflix's third-quarter earnings report and video interview with management.

Oil Inventories Lead

Energy Inflation Hits An Already-Battered Manufacturing Sector

All parts of supply chains are affected by higher prices for oil, natural gas and coal, Real Money's Action Alerts Plus team writes.

Retirement Lead

Why You Might Want To Avoid Target Date Funds

Popular retirement savings vehicles are no match for index fund ETFs Paul Price argues.

Here's What is Next for Marriott After Finalizing Its Acquisition of Starwood

Marriott Stock Falls on Downgrade by Evercore to In-Line

While the hotel industry is recovering better than many analysts anticipated, Marriott’s stock already accounts for that, Evercore said.

Ginkgo Bioworks Lead

When To (Maybe Not) Listen to Short Reports

Recent attack on Ginkgo Bioworks holds lessons for investors.

Target Lead

Target Plans More Apple Shop-in-Shop Popups for Holiday Season

Target will expand the number of Apple shop-in-shop stores this holiday season to 36 from 17.

Belugies NFT

A 14-Year-Old Made Over $400K by Selling a Whale NFT

The high school freshman and YouTuber plans to donate part of her profits to beluga whale conservation organizations and a children’s hospital program.

Bitcoin Lead

Guggenheim's Minerd, UBS's Haefele Offer Sharp Crypto Skepticism

“Seventy percent of the coins are garbage and will go away,” Guggenheim CIO Scott Minerd told Bloomberg.