Season 3 of ‘Call Me Kat’ premieres Sept. 29 on Fox.
Season 3 of ‘Call Me Kat’ premieres Sept. 29 on Fox.
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Recession fears are in the air, and analysts are turning away from the oil and natural gas names that outperformed in 2022.
Ambrx Biopharma Inc (NASDAQ: AMAM) announced preliminary safety and efficacy data from its Phase 2 ACE‑Breast-03 study. The data presented demonstrated a 51.7% overall response rate (ORR) and 100% disease control rate (DCR) after treatment with ARX788 in HER2-positive mBC patients who are resistant or refractory to T-DM1. ACE-Breast-03 is a Phase 2 study of ARX788 for patients whose metastatic disease is resistant or refractory to T-DXd, T-DM1, or tucatinib-containing regimens. Related: Ambrx Bi
On Dec. 9, the leaders of Saudi Arabia and China met in Riyadh—Xi Jinping’s first visit there since 2016. He and his counterpart, crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, agreed meet more often and signed a number of deals broadly aimed at aligning the countries’ mid-term development agendas, China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Saudi’s Vision 2030.
Elon Musk has praised his competitors but never hidden his competitive edge. And he just tweeted out that edge in a big way.
This week's best tech deals include the iPad Air for $500, the Xbox Series S for $240, and a sweeping sale on Samsung storage gear.
If you've been trading on TD Ameritrade, get ready to say goodbye. TD Ameritrade clients are being notified now their accounts are being moved into Charles Schwab starting next year. It's a long-awaited move after Schwab bought TD Ameritrade in 2019.
The COVID pandemic is receding into the rear view mirror, and good riddance to it. It’s left a mark, though, and in areas as varied as education, employment, and e-commerce, we’ll be dealing with the repercussions for months, or even years, to come. For investors, the pandemic was the time to get into companies connected with online shopping, home digital entertainment, and wireless networking. With the lockdowns and work-from-home, these areas soared. But – they’ve seen sharp losses more recent
As mainland China backs away from its zero-COVID policy and loosens restrictions, business optimism and a slight return to normalcy are welcome changes for citizens and investors.
Growth stocks have been hit especially hard this year, but their long-term investment thesis hasn't changed. Shopify (NYSE: SHOP), Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU), and Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) are three downtrodden companies that look like excellent buying opportunities for investors willing to hold them for the next decade and beyond. What makes these companies appealing is their position in industries due for explosive growth in the coming years.
If you're looking to generate passive income, AT&T's stock provides a healthy dividend payment.
The company's main product -- Bitcoin -- isn't exactly popular just now, and it didn't mine as much last month as it hoped to.
A key decision from Eli Lilly could alight the obesity treatment landscape again, an analyst said Friday as LLY stock lingers near a record.
Retirement-eligible salaried employees at Ford were warned about retiring this year to maximize a lump sum pension payment.
At age 51, Anne Schieber was broke and disillusioned. She had worked for the IRS for 23 years and was regarded as one of the agency’s top auditors. But she never got promoted and never earned more than $3,150 in a year. With half her life already behind her, her retirement prospects looked bleak. But Schieber had learned a powerful secret from years of studying the tax returns of America’s richest residents. Over the next 50 years, it earned her a 449,000% return — making Schieber one of the mos
Holding a stock forever may seem crazy, but it's the right way to think about investing in dividend stocks. Companies that generate increasing amounts of cash and return that cash to shareholders can drive a market-beating portfolio, and Travis Hoium highlights four of his buy-and-hold dividend stocks in the video below.
BlackRock warned investors to expect a recession, persistent inflation, and an era that requires a more “nimble” approach in its 2023 Global Outlook this week.
Finding the right stock is the key to successful investing, but it’s never as easy as that sounds. The answer to the question, which stock to buy? is no secret, but it is hidden, in the avalanche of data that the markets produce. What’s needed is some clear signal that will cut through the noise and indicate the right stocks for the times. The quantity of data, and the sheer impossibility of parsing all of it in real time, makes a formidable barrier to successful stock picking – but Wall Street’
Investors searching for that feeling telling you market sentiment is shifting to a more positive outlook have been brought down to earth again. Following 2022’s market behavior to a tee, the recent rally has run into a brick wall. To wit, the S&P 500 notched 5 consecutive negative sessions over the last week with investors mulling over the prospect of a recession. Indeed, financial experts have been sounding the warning bells on the precarious state of the global economy. One of the doomsayers h
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