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KKR Bulls Seek, Find Quick Yield

KKR Stock at 52-Week High After Earnings Beat and Record Inflows

Private-equity icon KKR reported second-quarter earnings beat Wall Street estimates and asset inflows touched a record.

Activision Lead

Blizzard Entertainment President Stepping Down Amid Lawsuit

J. Allen Brack is leaving Blizzard 'to pursue new opportunities,' the company says.

Watch Jim Cramer Live 8/3/21

Video: Jim Cramer on Clorox, Under Armour, BP, DuPont, Eli Lilly, COVID

Jim Cramer discusses COVID market sentiment, Under Armour, BP, DuPont, Eli Lilly and more in Tuesday's video interview with TheStreet Live.

Corsair Lead

Corsair Gaming Stock Lower After Profit Misses Estimate

Corsair Gaming shares fell after the videogame-equipment company reported weaker-than-expected second-quarter earnings.

NYSE Trader Lead

Dow Edges Higher and S&P 500 Slips on COVID Worries and China's Clampdown

Stocks waver amid jitters about the spread of COVID-19's delta variant and China's clampdown on its gaming and technology sectors.

Jim Cramer on Why Square Was Downgraded by Credit Suisse

Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Square's 'Brilliant' Acquisition of Afterpay

TheStreet's Jim Cramer takes a look at Square's acquisition of Afterpay and Wall Street's enthusiasm for millennials.

HollyFrontier (HFC) Stock Price Target Lowered at Barclays

HollyFrontier, Holly Energy to Buy 2 Sinclair Units

HollyFrontier and Holly Energy Partners agreed to buy two units of Sinclair Cos., the Salt Lake City oil and gas exploration and production company.

Clorox Lead

Clorox Stock Sinks as Easing Pandemic Fears Put Dent in Sales

Clorox shares drop after the company misses fourth-quarter expectations and provides weak guidance.

What Under Armour's CEO Told Jim Cramer

Premarket Movers Tuesday: Under Armour, Alibaba, Clorox

Stocks moving in premarket trading Tuesday include Under Armour, Alibaba, Clorox, Take-Two and Translate Bio.

Take-Two To Discuss Third-Quarter Results, Social Point Acquisition

Take-Two Stock Tumbles, Leading Video Game Companies Lower, on China Crackdown

China's state-backed Economic Information Daily newspaper describes online gaming as 'spiritual opium,' and calls for stricter curbs on the $55 billion sector.