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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker to Retire, Robert Isom Named New Boss

Doug Parker, American Airlines' long-serving CEO, will retire in March of next year, the carrier confirmed Tuesday.

Glaxo, IP and PetMed Poised to Go Higher

GlaxoSmithKline, Vir Biotechnology Say COVID Therapy Effective Against Omicron Variant

GlaxoSmithKline and its U.S. partner, Vir Biotechnology, said Tuesday that their COVID antibody is effective against all mutations of the new Omicron variant.

SpaceX founder and chief engineer Elon Musk (seen in January last year) joined Clubhouse on Monday, the same day stock rocketed by 30 per cent on Friday's closing price. Photo: Reuters

Tesla Stock Gains After Elon Musk Disses Biden's EV Bill

Tesla shares are set to snap a four-day losing streak after Elon Musk says Congress should not approve the Biden infrastructure bill that includes EV subsidies.

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Intel Stock Surges On Plans For Potential $50 Billion Mobileye IPO

Intel plans to list Mobileye, the self-driving car division is purchased in 2017, sometime next year in a deal that could value the group at around $50 billion.

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Investor Angst Over Omicron is Easing

James 'Rev Shark" Deporre says investors shouldn't ignore the latest variant.

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Intel, Samsung, Omicron, Tesla and Surging Stock Markets - 5 Things You Must Know

Stocks futures extend gains as Omicron risks fade, Glaxo and Vir Bio say COVID therapy effective against variant; Intel plans potential $50 billion Mobileye IPO; Samsung merges phone and electronics division in major restructuring and Elon Musk says Biden's EV incentives shouldn't pass congress.

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Tech Stocks are Facing a Reckoning After Months of Rapid Gains

But some chip names still have relatively low valuations.

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Cramer's Mad Money Recap 12/6: Earnings, Covid and Interest Rates

Jim Cramer says investors should ignore pre-market jitters and focus on the three things the market really cares about.

Devin Nunes To Resign From Congress To Become CEO Of Trump's Media Company

Devin Nunes will be resigning from Congress to take a role at former President Donald Trump's new media company.