In Case You Missed It Nov. 9: Goldman, GoPro, GTT and the GOP
Oh, how far we've come... Then-Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama and his family arrive on stage for his election night victory rally at Grant Park on Nov. 4, 2008 in Chicago. (Pictured)

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Well, that happened. Late in the evening (or early morning depending upon where you are) Donald Trump was declared the winner of 2016 presidential election. The surprise victory - Trump was projected as a heavy underdog by most pollsters - shocked the Dow futures markets leading to a dip of as much as 750 points pre-market.

Unsure if it was the certainty that Trump is now actually going to take the desk at the Oval Office, or just a general correction to the 9-day selloff in the market over the past few weeks, or something else completely, the markets roared back into record territory ending the day near all-time highs.

But while the world was focused on the election and the fallout from Donald Trump in the White House, news was still happening. Stocks were moving for non-election reasons, earnings were being reported and dealmakers continued making deals.

Here are the highlights from today, plus some election reaction (I couldn't help myself), in case you haven't had enough, or, somehow missed it.

Impax is Slowly Stealing Market Share from Mylan, but Manufacturing Could Get in the Way
Impax (IPXL) makes a generic version of Adrenaclick, a competitor to Mylan's (MYL) EpiPen. Full story

Goldman (GS)  Names New Partners and Perks
The New York bank on Wednesday appointed 84 new partners. Full story

GoPro (GPRO) Recalls High-End Drone, Faces Uphill Battle Against Smartphone Cameras and Drone Rivals
The action camera maker's latest earnings and guidance show that its core market isn't expanding much, and that it hasn't quite taken the drone market by storm. Full story

Tweet of the Day: 

$ALXN Drug Sale Practices Target of Internal Investigation https://t.co/eMfWQuXHoG via @TheStreet

— Adam Feuerstein (@adamfeuerstein) November 9, 2016

GTT Communications Prevails in Auction for Hibernia Networks
The cloud networking provider agrees to pay about $590 million for Hibernia, emerging as the winner in a Bank Street-led auction for the underwater cable network operator. Full story

Political Junkies, 'Emotional Hedgers' and Party-Goers React to Trump Victory
One party-goer at a prediction market event compared the result to the U.K.'s stunning vote to leave the EU, saying "Europe was wrong on Brexit, everyone was wrong on Trump." Full story

Chart of the Day: Materials Stocks Are Looking Bullish

 

ETF benefits from Trump's focus on infrastructure. Full story

Video of the Day: Twinkie Maker Hostess Brands Preps for Its Next Chapter


Hostess Brands is now a public company. TheStreet sits down with Hostess Brands CEO William Toler to discuss the company's reinvention. Full story

Why Trump's Win Is Both Good and Bad News for Tech Giants Like Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN)
The President-elect's views on trade, immigration and net neutrality are bound to cause angst in Silicon Valley. But his domestic and offshore tax policies may be well-received. Full story

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