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Tesla says supply-chain snags keeps its factories from running ‘full speed’

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Tesla Inc. reported mixed quarterly earnings late Wednesday, saying that chip shortages and other supply-chain challenges are keeping its factories from running at full speed and also tweaking its outlook. See full story.

Why PayPal may be considering a mega-deal for Pinterest

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Paul Tudor Jones calls inflation ‘biggest threat’ to markets and ‘society in general’

Inflation won't be “transitory,” the Federal Reserve is on the wrong page, and trouble lies ahead for traditional portfolios split 60%/40% between stocks and bonds, warns legendary trader Paul Tudor Jones. See full story.

HP CEO: PC shipments will be hampered by supply-chain issues into next year

"We continue to see very strong demand, and expect to enter next year with a significant backlog," HP Chief Executive Enrique Lores told MarketWatch in a phone interview Wednesday before the company is to hold a meeting with investors and offer financial guidance for next year. It is HP's first investor day since 2019. See full story.

These companies prove that when workers are happy, investors are too

Cooperation between management and labor boosts profits and shareholder value. See full story.


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