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Rent-A-Center Lead

Rent-A-Center Stock Higher After Buyback, Dividend Increases

Rent-A-Center authorized $500 million of share buybacks and a 10% dividend increase to 34 cents a share.

Marvell Is Second Big Company This Week to Blame Outlook on Trade

Marvell Stock Leaps on Q3 Report; Goldman Upgrades to Buy

Marvell's adjusted profit totaled 43 cents a share for the latest quarter, topping the FactSet analyst consensus of 38 cents.

NFT Lead

Want To Buy The First Wikipedia Entry?

Christie’s is auctioning off an NFT of internet history to fund Jimmy Wales’ new social media site.

Lucid Motors Lead

Why Lucid's CEO Thinks He Can Take On Tesla

The electric vehicle upstart has a huge valuation and almost no actual sales, but that should change soon.

Disney Lead

Report: Streaming Giants Netflix, Disney+ Likely To Weather Mass Cancellations

Even the biggest streaming services aren’t immune to consumer churn.

Ollie's Bargain Outlet Slumps After Chairman and CEO Butler Dies at 61

Ollie's Stock Drops as Supply-Chain Issues Hurt Q3 Earnings

Ollie's said that supply-chain hurdles continue to hurt the discount retailer in the fourth quarter.

3. Ulta Beauty

Ulta Beauty Stock Jumps on Earnings Beat, Raised Guidance

Ulta reported record sales and earnings for the third quarter and raised its full-year guidance.

DocuSign Launches Payment System, Partnering With Apple, Google, and Others

DocuSign Shares Crater on Weaker-Than-Expected Guidance

DocuSign estimates revenue of $557 million to $563 million for the fourth quarter, below the analyst consensus of $575 million.

Moderna vaccine Lead

Moderna Stock Climbs; FDA Seeks Rapid Review of Omicron Vaccines

Moderna climbs on reports U.S. health officials are looking to fast-track omicron-targeted vaccines and drugs.

Health Care Companies Could Be Active Today as Congress Votes

Stocks Waver as Investors Mull Mixed Jobs Report, Omicron Impact

Stocks waver as investors mull a mixed jobs report, new cases of omicron and Congress keeping the federal government lights on.