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Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, April 26.
An internal review of management behavior at the healthcare company over opioid distribution prompted by complaints from shareholder International Brotherhood of Teamsters gives company officials a clean bill of health.
For the quarter ended April 1, the coffee retailer posted revenue of $6 billion, topping the $5.9 billion estimate. Earnings per share of 53 cents matched the consensus estimate.
Stocks rise on Thursday as investors wade through corporate earnings season, including a blowout quarter from Facebook.
Higher rents could be coming to your city if Amazon chooses to establish its new headquarters there.