Dillard's, BlackRock climb while Facebook and Aflac tumble
Department stores and other retailers rose after the
The social media site says it's making changes that will show users fewer posts from brands and fewer videos.
The investment bank had a strong fourth quarter than analysts expected.
The Intercept reported that the insurance company manipulated its earnings and didn't disclose several lawsuits against it.
The video game retailer reported weak sales over the holidays and gave a disappointing profit forecast.
The fiber optic component supplier said Chairman and CEO
The chipmaker confirmed that some of its processors are vulnerable to a security flaw known as "Spectre."
Banks continued to climb as interest rates increased, which lets them make more money from lending.
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