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Donald Trump Who? IMAX CEO Still Bullish on China

Imax Posts Record October Box Office Sales, Boosted by 'Dune'

Imax's October-to-date sales of $100 million beat the chain's October 2013 peak of $84 million.

Warby Parker CEOs on Snap's Spectacles: 'They're Interesting Toys at This Point'

Warby Parker Rated Buy by Goldman, Others; Shares Rise

'We view WRBY as a high-growth, omni-channel brand with exposure to the structurally growing vision-care market," says Goldman.

Tesla Model 3 Lead

Tesla Gets $4.4 Billion Hertz Order for 100,000 Vehicles

Hertz ordered 100,000 Tesla vehicles valued at $4.4 billion, the first big push to electrify its fleet since the rental-car icon emerged from bankruptcy proceedings.

Restaurant Brands Beats Estimates, Boosted by New Product Launches

Restaurant Brands Rises on Earnings Beat, Mixed Results

Restaurant Brands, parent of Burger King, Tim Hortons and Popeyes, missed on analysts' revenue expectations.

Allbirds Lead

Allbirds Preps to Kick Off Public Debut With $2 Billion Valuation

Sustainable footwear maker Allbirds prices its IPO at between $12 and $14 a share, giving it a potential valuation of more than $2 billion.

Tesla Lead

Premarket Movers Monday - Tesla, Facebook, PayPal, Pinterest

Stocks moving in premarket trading include PayPal, Tesla, Facebook, Pinterest and Carnival.

Carnival Forced to Change Caribbean Cruise Itineraries to Avoid Irma's Wake

Carnival Stock Slips; Citi Sees Better Returns at Norwegian

Carnival shares fall as Citi downgrades the company on concern about limited revenue recovery.

Lufax is set to make the biggest splash on the NYSE by a Chinese company since e-commerce giant Alibaba's IPO in 2014. Photo: Reuters

Stock Market Live: Dow Slips From Record High Ahead of Big Tech Earnings; Tesla Passes Facebook in Market Value

Wall Street is looking to extend its October winning streak, with the Dow poised for a fresh record high, against a busy slate of Big Tech earnings later this week.


What Happens When the Fed Finally Tapers?

The market is anticipating the Fed could begin tapering – or reducing its asset purchases – sometime during Q4 of this year, potentially impacting both interest rates and the USD.

Stacking Paper at Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark Stock Falls as Supply Chain Woes Dent Earnings

Kimberly-Clark shares fall as supply chain woes dent third-quarter toilet paper, Kleenex and diaper sales, prompting it to lower full-year guidance.