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Online Lender Kabbage Launches New Credit Program For Small Businesses

Now that it has the backing of American Express (AXP), online lender Kabbage is launching a new credit program for small businesses.

The 10 Most Expensive States to Retire In

Annuities and RMDs, Marketing Trends for 2022: News for Financial Advisers

This roundup of the latest news for financial advisers includes how annuities can help shoulder RMD burdens, and how the 4% rule undermines clients.

Pfizer vaccine Lead

Pfizer Says 3 Doses Of Comirnaty Covid Vaccine Neutralizes Omicron Variant

Pfizer said a third dose of its Comirnaty vaccine can neutralize Omicron, adding it looks to have a variant-specific vaccine available by March.

Inflation Lead

Skimpflation: New Inflation Bring Back Old School Habits

Companies are starting to skimp on their goods and services instead of just raising prices and lowering the volume or offering less of a service. What can investors do about it?

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How to Pick Dividend-Paying Stocks

Choosing dividend stocks is about more than just high dividends. Here is a strategy that produced an annualized return more than double the Dow Dog’s.

Stitch Fix Lead

Stitch Fix Stock Unravels as 'Cannibalization' Erodes Forecast

Stitch Fix shares plunge after the online curated shopping experience company cuts its outlook amid 'cannibalization' of customers switching between services.

Apple Lead

Apple Stock Extends Gains, With $3 Trillion Value in Sight, As Nikkei Reports iPhone Production Slump

Apple's iPhone 13 production has fallen some 20% south of its previous targets, the Nikkei business newspaper reported late Tuesday, amid chip shortages and supply chain disruptions.

Wall Street Lead

Apple, Amazon, Pfizer, Omicron and Tech Stocks - Five Things To Know

Stock futures mixed as inflation concerns overtake Omicron; Pfizer vaccine shows mixed efficacy against new variant; Apple facing more iPhone production challenges; Amazon web services outage triggers widespread disruption and Kellogg moves to permanently replace striking workers.

Palo Alto Networks Has a Rip-Your-Face 40% Rally Just Waiting in the Wings

Jim Cramer Talks with Palo Alto CEO Nikesh Arora

‘If I get hacked, all hell breaks loose,’ CEO tells Cramer.