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Ebola Isn't a Problem for Airlines but Delays From Ebola Scares Are

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.

UnitedHealth and J&J Drive Dow to 23,000 but Rest of Market Wavers

UnitedHealth Tops Q4 Earnings Forecasts On Optum Strength, Confirms 2022 Outlook

Dow component UnitedHealth Group posted better-than-expected Q4 earnings as its Optum division continues to impress.

Global Stocks Are Following Wall Street Higher as Dow Hits 20,000

Stocks Edge Higher, Ford Cashes In, 5G Rollout Pause, Bullish ASML And Donald Trump - 5 Things You Must Know

Stock futures edge higher but inflation pressures linger; Ford books $8.2 billion Q4 gain from Rivian investment; 5G rollout pause fails to stop flight cancellations; AMSL boosts chip stocks with bullish 2022 outlook and New York Attorney General Letitia James ups her attack on former President Donald Trump.

Devon Energy's Stock Is Ready to Roar

Jim Cramer Talks With Devon Energy CEO

Rick Muncrief sees latest acquisition driving growth, with fresh assets in key oil regions.

Buy Activision Blizzard on This Weakness, Jim Cramer Says

Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/18: Microsoft, Activision Blizzard, Goldman Sachs

Jim Cramer says investors should look for solid companies with a strong future, and not be intimidated by naysayers.

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Gilead Sciences Sues to Block Sellers of Counterfeit HIV Meds

Gilead Sciences uncovered a network that sold some $250 million of counterfeit versions of its HIV medications, a media report says.

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Elon Musks Claps Back Over FSD, Starts Another Twitter Spat

"Green Hills Software is a pile of trash," the Tesla founder wrote on Twitter.

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Fund Managers Stay Bullish on Stocks: Bank of America Survey

As of last week fund managers were 55% net overweight in stocks, compared with 77% net underweight in bonds, a Bank of America survey says.