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SoFi Shares Skyrocket After Getting the Nod to Become a Real Bank
Shares of fintech SoFi rally after the popular mobile-first banking and lending company receives regulatory approval to officially become a bank.
Ford Stock Jumps After Booking $8.2 Billion Q4 Gain From Rivian Investment
Ford's early investment in EV maker Rivian will add $8.2 billion to its Q4 bottom line, the carmaker said late Tuesday.
Biden Promises Free Masks for All. Who Makes Them?
The Biden administration is rolling out the biggest deployment of personal protective equipment in U.S. history. But who makes the masks?
Stock Market Today - 1/19: Dow Futures Get Procter & Gamble Boost; Bank of America Leaps
Solid pre-market earnings could offset lingering inflation concerns and send stocks higher Wednesday following better-than-expected updates from Procter & Gamble, UnitedHealth and Bank of America.
Morgan Stanley Beats on Fourth-Quarter Earnings Forecasts
Morgan Stanley posts a fourth-quarter earnings beat thanks to strong performances in the bank's wealth management and asset management groups.
Most Americans Can't Afford to Fix Their Roof or Replace a Lost iPhone
More than half of Americans couldn't cover a surprise $1,000 bill -- and inflation is making it worse, according to a new survey.
Procter & Gamble Beats Q2 Profit Forecast, Sees Pricing Power Boost; Shares Jump
Dow component Procter & Gamble topped Q2 earnings forecasts and said it's making 'significant' progress in terms of offsetting increased shipping and commodity costs.
Taxpayers Beware: IRS Warns of Refund Delays, Service Cutbacks
The IRS says taxpayers should be prepared for delays and service issues when a messy tax-filing season opens Jan. 24.
Bank of America Q4 Profit Blasts Forecast, Sees Flat Expenses in 2022; Shares Surge
Solid loan growth and a tight grip on expenses added support to stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings for Bank of America.
More Air Travel Nightmare as Carriers Respond to 5G Rollout Delay
U.S. air travelers are likely to face more turbulence as carriers around the world cancel flights in and out of the country following the initial rollout of 5G networks.