Companies like REI and Starbucks pride themselves on treating workers well—but seem to draw the line at unions.
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Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) stock shot up this morning and was trading up a solid 12% by noon ET today. The hydrogen fuel cell manufacturer just bagged an order that's piqued investor attention. Tuesday morning, Plug Power said it won an order to supply one gigawatt (GW) electrolyzer to H2 Energy Europe, a company that builds fuel cell solutions and hydrogen infrastructure.
Here comes a potential Twitter stock crash, warns one long-time tech analyst.
In just two days, Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Nio (NYSE: NIO) is scheduled to report its first-quarter earnings-- at least, according to Nasdaq.com, it is. The company hasn't officially announced its release date yet, and other financial data providers point out that, seeing as Nio reported its Q1 earnings on May 28 in two of the past three years, it's more likely to report closer to that date this year as well. Is there a good reason to buy Nio stock ahead of earnings?
Yahoo Finance Live’s Brian Sozzi discusses why AMD stock is rising on Tuesday.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre breaks down the stocks Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is buying and selling.
Shares of Tonix Pharmaceuticals Holding (NASDAQ: TNXP) were crashing 22.7% as of 10:54 a.m. ET on Tuesday. This stock split took effect today. Reverse stock splits aren't a sign that things are going well for a company.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the crash of China Eastern flight 5375 was likely due to an intentional nosedive.
The Oracle of Omaha knows how to beat inflation. So ride his coattails.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss first-quarter earnings for Walmart and the possibility that the value retail chain may raise prices.
Shares of several U.S.-based electric vehicle (EV) companies are moving higher today and investors can probably thank Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ: RIVN) for that. Shares of Rivian jumped as much as 11.2% in early trading today, and that helped the stocks of other EV names, including Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID) and Nikola (NASDAQ: NKLA), to also move higher by 6% and 6.8%, respectively. After the entire EV sector has seen recent stock declines driven by manufacturing and cost headwinds, Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe injected some new confidence with a filing yesterday showing he just bought more than $1 million in his company's stock.
Energy Transfer (NYSE: ET) has a long history of developing infrastructure projects to support growing energy demand. The company has built thousands of miles of pipelines, multiple oil and gas processing facilities, and several storage and export terminals over the years. The master limited partnership (MLP) currently expects to invest upwards of $2.1 billion this year in expanding its energy infrastructure network.
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Shares of Sea Limited (NYSE: SE) charged sharply higher Tuesday, gaining as much as 17.2%. The catalyst that sent the e-commerce and digital entertainment specialist higher was its quarterly financial report, which illustrated robust growth that was much better than expected. For the first quarter, Sea Limited generated revenue of $92 billion, up an impressive 64% year over year.
Aerospace behemoth Boeing (NYSE: BA) stock took a 2.5% hit on Monday after Bloomberg reported that China Southern Airlines (NYSE: ZNH) is delaying acceptance of deliveries of more than 100 Boeing 737 MAX jetliners to 2025 or later. The good news is that Boeing stock is turning around and regaining altitude this morning, up 3.5% as of 11:40 a.m. ET on a note from JPMorgan that argues the news is "not as stark" as it first appeared to be. Contradicting Bloomberg's read on the situation, JP observes that China Southern not saying it plans to accept deliveries through 2024 is not the same thing as China Southern saying it will not accept the planes, reports TheFly.com today.
Keeping up the returns would be a neat trick in today’s market, as the main indexes are all steeply down for the year so far – with losses of 15% on the S&P 500 and 24% on the NASDAQ. For investors, then, the best strategy may just be to follow a winner. Billionaire investing legend George Soros is most definitely a winner. He’s built a portfolio worth billions, and had possibly the greatest bull run in hedge fund history, averaging 30% annualized returns for 30 years. Starting in 1992, when he
Cryptocurrency prices undermined by fears of recession. Tokens, which are supposed to reduce volatility, are collapsing.
Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss first-quarter earnings for Home Depot.
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