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Elizabeth Warren Lead

Hertz Criticized by Sen. Warren About $2 Billion Share Buyback

Hertz declared bankruptcy in 2020 and emerged from bankruptcy earlier this summer.


What’s All The Fuss About Click and Collect Fulfillment?

Click and collect: an order fulfillment strategy that lets customers purchase items online, then pick them up at a physical location on their own time.

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GameStop Stays Tight-Lipped Ahead of Third-Quarter Earnings

GameStop shares are higher on Tuesday as the retailer prepares to report third-quarter earnings.

Jim Cramer Is Keeping an Eye on Constellation Brands

Constellation Brands Reportedly to Build $1.3B Brewery in Mexico

Constellation Brands, producer of Corona beer, in 2020 was forced to close a nearly completed $1.4 billion Mexican facility after local opposition arose.

NFL Lead

DraftKings And NFL Players Association Team Up For NFTs

Starting next year, you can use tokens with players’ likenesses for fantasy games.

Google to Strengthen Ad Policy Amid Controversy

Digital Ads (Led By Google and Facebook) to Dominate Ad Spending by 2026

The advertising market continued to expand much more quickly than forecasters earlier predicted in 2021.

Microsoft Nuance Lead

Microsoft-Nuance Deal Could Be Killed By European Regulators

EC's competition bureau is querying Nuance’s customers and competitors to get their take on the takeover.

Starbucks Coffee Shop Lead

Starbucks Stock Percolates on MKM Partners Upgrade to Buy

Starbucks shares rise as an MKM Partners analyst says he is 'taking a more constructive view of the company's long-term prospects.'

Cyber Security Stocks Surge

Mimecast Stock Rises on $5.8B Pact to Be Bought by PE Firm Permira

Mimecast shares jumped after the e-mail-security software maker agreed to be bought by PE firm Permira for $80 a share, or $5.8 billion, cash.

Wall Street Awaits Elon Musk's Biggest Decision on Tesla Ever

How Elon Musk Sold $1B of Tesla Stock, Yet Now Owns Even More

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has sold more than $1 billion of stock, yet now owns even more than he did when he started selling, a media report says.