Nvidia reported better-than-anticipated earnings for Q4 and Q1 forward guidance on Wednesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's swap of Walgreens for Amazon will help the index better reflect the current US economy, according to a senior index analyst at S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Facebook parent Meta Platforms on Thursday said it understood it was not required to pay for content of news publishers posted voluntarily by users in Indonesia, following a government regulation seeking a sharing of profits between digital platforms and media firms. Indonesia's president signed a regulation on Monday requiring digital platforms to pay media outlets that provide them with content, a move aimed at levelling the playing field between big tech companies and the media industry. Rafael Frankel, Meta's public policy director in Southeast Asia, said in an emailed response to Reuters that after consultations, it understood it was not "obliged to pay for news content posted by news publishers voluntarily to our platform."