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Starbucks Coffee Shop Lead

Starbucks Stock Percolates on MKM Partners Upgrade to Buy

Starbucks shares rise as an MKM Partners analyst says he is 'taking a more constructive view of the company's long-term prospects.'

Cyber Security Stocks Surge

Mimecast Stock Rises on $5.8B Pact to Be Bought by PE Firm Permira

Mimecast shares jumped after the e-mail-security software maker agreed to be bought by PE firm Permira for $80 a share, or $5.8 billion, cash.

Wall Street Awaits Elon Musk's Biggest Decision on Tesla Ever

How Elon Musk Sold $1B of Tesla Stock, Yet Now Owns Even More

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has sold more than $1 billion of stock, yet now owns even more than he did when he started selling, a media report says.

Boeing Lead

Boeing Stock Jumps After $3.7 Billion 737 MAX Aircraft Sale to 777 Partners

Boeing said Miami-based 777 Partners boosted its 737 MAX order by adding another 30 planes at a list price of $3.7 billion

Omicron COVID-19 Lead

AutoZone Stock Up; Earnings Beat Amid Huge Used-Car Demand

Car-parts retailer AutoZone reported a profit beat amid widely reported huge demand for used cars.

Toyota Teams Up With Self-driving Start-up Momenta To Develop HD Mapping Tech In China

Toyota Plans to Build $1.3 Billion Battery Plant in North Carolina

Toyota says it is committed to using 100% renewable energy at the new North Carolina facility to produce batteries.

Intel Lead

Premarket Movers Tuesday - Intel, Bumble, Vroom, AutoZone

Stock futures traded higher as investors looked past concerns linked to the omicron variant.

Facebook, Apple Butting Heads Over Media Subscription Tool on Facebook's App

Tech Stocks Roundup: Apple, Facebook vs. Sexting, Nude Photos

Check out the latest news and performance numbers from the top technology and FAANG/MAMAA stocks like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and more.

New York Stock Exchange Lead

Intel Leads Tech Stock Surge, Dow Roars As Investors Look Past Omicron Risks

Wall Street looks set to recoup all -- and more -- of last week's Omicron-linked declines as investors look past risks tied to the new variant, which may be milder and less virulent that first anticipated.