Yahoo Finance's Ines Ferre joins the Live show to break down how stocks are moving in early trading.
A federal judge said Amazon.com Inc and its Whole Foods unit can be sued over the refusal to hire a convicted murderer who claimed to be rehabilitated after nearly 23 years in prison. In a Wednesday night decision, U.S. District Judge Valerie Caproni in Manhattan said Henry Franklin could pursue a proposed class action after being turned down for a grocery delivery job at Cornucopia Logistics, which serves Amazon and Whole Foods. Amazon determined after a background check that Franklin had lied on his April 2019 job application by answering "no" when asked if he had a criminal record.
As high inflation rages on and investors' nerves rock the markets, what can you be doing to better fortify your portfolio? in this segment of Backstage Pass, recorded on Jan. 5, Fool contributors Rachel Warren, Trevor Jennewine, Jason Hall, and Jamie Louko respond to member questions, discuss their approaches to investing in the current market environment, and the value of portfolio diversification.