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Jack Ma Surrenders Control of Ant Group, Causing Alibaba Shares to Bounce

Ant Group's political rehabilitation appears complete, with a holding company restructuring that means Ma no longer dominates voting power.

Ammo Inc. Misfires as Plan to Split Into 2 Companies Can't Offset Revenue Miss

The maker of ammunition and operator of an online firearms marketplace sees its stock lose ground last week; also, Weber Inc. shares keep running hot and cold.

As Bed Bath & Beyond Soars, Does It Change Anything Long-Term?

Ryan Cohen acquiring a 10% stake presents us with an interesting situation.

Genting Hong Kong Becomes Asia's Biggest Pandemic Tourism Casualty

The cruise ship operator is entering liquidation with its fleet drydocked, and after losing a fight over its German shipbuilding business.

Toshiba Faces Fight With Shareholders Over Planned 3-Way Split

Activist investors say a three-way division of the Japanese company is yet another effort to evade outside pressure and keep management in place.

Is Intel's Announcement to List Mobileye a Chart Changer?

Let's review the charts and indicators.

GE and JNJ Aren't the Only Aging Companies That Could Benefit From a Breakup

These moves could serve as a benchmark for other bigger, older, and perhaps bloated companies. Here are some candidates.

Big Blue Is Breaking Out of a Long Triangle Formation

Let's review the charts and indicators.

Treasury Yields Post-Covid, Reading Fed Tea Leaves and Junk Bond Intrigue

A Fed governor speaks of accommodation, and AMC Entertainment's bond maneuvers serve as a warning to those who swim in the high-yield pool.

A Pair of Low-Priced Stocks Put on Sudden Sprints Higher

Fashion retailer Fossil Group climbed after posting results while downtrodden restaurant operator Luby's surged on the possible sale of its assets.