Here are the companies Yahoo Finance is watching today.
Some not so tasty results at Domino's Pizza. The company fell short on the top and bottom lines. Meanwhile, same-store sales came in way below estimates, both here and overseas. Still, the CEO says it was a "very strong" year and Domino's announced it's hiking its quarterly dividend by 18%.
A big meeting today for facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. He's sitting down with the UK Culture Secretary at the company's headquarters in California. It comes days after a UK government committee accused facebook of acting like a quote "digital gangster" and intentionally violating privacy laws.
Johnson and Johnson is under fire! The Justice Department and SEC are investigating J&J over concerns about possible asbestos contamination in their talc products. The company released a statement saying its baby powder is safe and asbestos-free. J&J's stock plummeted 12% in December after internal reports of asbestos were released.
Lyft is heading to the Nasdaq. The ride-hailing company plans to list its shares on the Nasdaq around the end of March. After privately filing to go public with the SEC last year, the Wall Street Journal says the company will make the filing public as early as next week. The company was last valued at about $15 billion.
Nike is looking into a sneaker blowout that left a Duke Freshman standout with an injured knee. Zion Williamson suffered what's been called a "mild knee sprain" during last night's game against North Carolina. His nike sneaker fell apart and he was left clutching his knee. He's been widely projected as the number one pick in the upcoming draft. Nike says the quality and performance of its products are of quote "utmost importance."