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“Top CEOs: Kudos to 24 Game-Changing Corporate Leaders,” by Jack Hough, delves into Barron’s annual list of the top-performing CEOs navigating a turbulent 2022, the worst for markets since the Cuban Missile Crisis. Characterized by a bad first half. ,
“Google seeks settlement with DOJ over Eric Savitz ads. One analyst says it won’t,” outlines the reasons for the Justice Department’s rejection alphabet inc GOOGL GOOG proposes avoiding a possible antitrust lawsuit.
“Should Nike stock buy now? Director John Rogers bought ailing stocks,” Ed Lin explains why Nike Inc. NKE CEO John W. Rogers bought a large block of shares in the apparel and footwear giant as the company’s stock plummeted.
“Microsoft sales will collapse on strong dollar, analyst warns,” by Eric Savitz in the face of headwinds microsoft corp MSFT, causing the KeyBank analyst to lower its target price on the stock.
By Angela Palumbo “Peloton membership could top estimates. That doesn’t say much,” explains the Morgan Stanley analyst, remaining cautious Peloton Interactive Inc. PTON, although it expects a big jump in subscriptions in the fourth quarter, which ends in August.
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Also in this week’s Baron:
Tesla had a blockbuster in China in June. It’s still lost market share.
Covid fears have fallen and inflation has risen. What this could mean for retirees.
The red-hot job market is still not cooling down. The Fed has cut out its job.
The strange truth about Italy’s relationship with the European Central Bank
Energy stocks are cheap. Just ask Warren Buffett.
At the time of writing this article, the author has no position in the stocks mentioned.