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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 described online gaming as "spiritual opium", and called for stricter curbs on $55 billion sector.

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New Law Will Protect Patients From Surprise Medical Bills

The No Surprises Act will help  counteract a growing burden of excessive healthcare charges.

Learn the possible impacts on your taxes of an early withdrawal from your 401(k).

How to Pay Your Taxes: 10 Ways to Pay Your Tax Bill

You know you owe taxes, but you may not be aware of all the available options for getting that money to the IRS.

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Under Armour Stock Surges on Earnings Beat, 2021 Sales Forecast Boost

'Given the continued momentum, we're raising our full-year outlook, which puts us on track to achieving a solid performance in 2021,' says CEO Patrik Frisk.

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Alibaba Stock Falls After Earnings Beat as Beijing Crackdown Reports Rattle China Markets

'We believe in the growth of the Chinese economy and long-term value creation of Alibaba,' says CEO David Zhang.

Jim Cramer: Pepsi Probiotic Purchase Won't Pop Stock

PepsiCo to Sell Tropicana and Other Juice Brands to Private-Equity Firm for $3.3 Billion

PepsiCo agrees to sell its Tropicana, Naked and other juice brands to private-equity firm PAI Partners in a $3.3 billion after-tax all-cash deal.

Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine Lead

Translate Bio Stock Jumps as Sanofi to Buy U.S. Partner for $3.2 Billion

Translate Bio stock surges after Sanofi agrees to buy its messenger-RNA development partner for $3.2 billion in a bid to catch up in the COVID vaccine race.

Eli Lilly Lead

Eli Lilly Stock Slides on Earnings Miss, Outlook Change; Trulicity Sales Impress

Eli Lilly trims its reported profit forecast for the full-year 2021 year after weaker-than-expected June quarter earnings.

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Stock Market Higher on Earnings Power, Bond Yields Tumble on Growth Concerns

Uneven jobs gains, slowing manufacturing activity and the highest COVID infections in a year have bond investors worried about near-term growth prospects.

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Alibaba, Amazon, Square, Activision and BP: 5 Things You Must Know Tuesday

Wall Street rebounds modestly from declines brought on by jitters about the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant; Alibaba reports earnings; Jim Cramer calls Square's purchase of Afterpay 'brilliant.'