Meme stocks closed mixed on Thursday, but retail investors appear to be finally jumping in with the gusto on so-called direct registration. See full story.
Can ‘Squid Game’ and videogames be game-changers for Netflix?
A year ago, Netflix Inc. investors were losing sleep over a raft of competition and a cooling of net subscriber growth following a torrid spurt of new subscriptions from homebound consumers. Now, sleep is coming easier for those with a piece of Netflix, and their dreams are about "Squid Game" and videogames. See full story.
Tesla earnings preview: Wall Street hopes dark clouds are ‘in the rearview mirror’
Wall Street is upbeat about Tesla Inc.'s quarterly earnings, slated for Wednesday after the bell, hoping that record sales and price increases will have offset higher costs related to supply-chain snags. See full story.
Michigan men charged with stealing $1.5 million worth of textbooks from Amazon’s rental service — and selling them for cash
The group would allegedly rent the books under fake names and using prepaid Visa cards, prosecutors said. See full story.
Sweden’s inflation experience may show where the U.S. and other developed markets are going
Inflation in Sweden is about 3 percentage points less than in the U.S. See full story.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson and others have criticized the transportation secretary for his recent paternity leave, but others have asserted the value of such bonding time See full story.