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Twitter Lead

This Is Why Twitter Stock Can Soar From Its Current Lull

While some hypothesize that Twitter has reached its limit for growth as a company, others believe the current downturn offers a valuable buying opportunity.

What We're Looking for From Papa John's Earnings

Jim Cramer Talks With Papa John’s CEO

Pizza maker is making more dough than expected.

Federal Reserve Lead

Fed's a Bigger Problem Than Omicron, Morgan Stanley Says

JPMorgan and other market strategists have also singled out a hawkish turn by central banks as the main risk to their outlook for stocks over Covid-19.

Facebook Metaverse Lead

Jefferies Likes Facebook, Apple, Microsoft as Metaverse Plays

The metaverse will be “the biggest disruption humans have ever experienced,” Jefferies says, apparently not eager for understatement.

How Much Do Judges Make in 2019?

Hedge Fund Icon Steinhardt Surrenders Stolen Antiquities, Receives Lifetime Ban: Feds

The 80-year-old investment luminary is surrendering 180 looted works valued at $70 million, and he's banned from the market.

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Paul Price Likes This Play on Inflation

Private Mortgage Insurer Essent is benefiting from surging housing prices.

Peter Schiff on AT&T-Time Warner: Let Companies Merge

Discovery/WarnerMedia Merger Draws New Congressional Fire

Lawmakers worry the pending $43 billion merger might harm workers and create less diversity in programming.

Stacey Cunningham: From Intern to Head of the New York Stock Exchange

First Woman to Lead NYSE Will Step Down

Stacey Cunningham will be replaced by ICE executive Lynn Martin, who has been leading the company’s fixed income and data services business.

Could High Oil Pricing Affect a Green Energy Shift?

The higher prices of fossil fuels “might jeopardize the development” of renewable alternatives.

NFT Lead

Shutterfly Auctioning Off Fashion Icon NFT For Charity

"Having the opportunity to share cherished moments from my life and have them be auctioned off for a great cause is so rewarding," says Iris Apfel.