- Amazon Music is celebrating the 50th anniversary of hip hop with its program 50 & Forever, offering fans curated events, livestreams, playlists, original content and new music. As part of the program, the company has released Generational Queens, a short film on Queen Latifah's feminist anthem "U.N.I.T.Y." as well as a new listening experience titled Rap Rotation Rewind, hosted by radio and television presenter Free Marie. The program's creators said it aimed to give hip hop "its well-deserved flowers, with curated events, livestreams, playlists, original content, and new music."
- The article is not about Anthem (ELV) stock, but about golf apparel from Flag & Anthem's MadeFlex collection. The information about Anthem stock going down is not related to the article and there is no explanation given for why it went down.
- Anthem (ELV) stock went down 0.46% last night, but the article does not provide any specific reason for the decrease in its value.
- Anthem (ELV) stock was down by 0.46% last night, likely due to the recent struggles of other major companies like Tyson Foods, Facebook parent Meta, and Apple, as well as the much-discussed downgrade of the entire US banking system by Moody's.
- ZimVie Inc. (Nasdaq: ZIMV) announced on March 15, 2023, Highmark and BCBS North Dakota have issued positive medical policy decisions regarding Vertebral Body Tethering (VBT), which they claim will expand potential treatment eligibility to patients indicated for VBT, however Anthem's announcement from July 2022 regarding EndoLatch VBT device use, may have caused Anthem (ELV) stock to fall 0.46%.
- The article is about AbbVie launching a documentary film shedding light on the struggles of individuals living with eczema; it is not related to the reason why Anthem (ELV) stock went down.
- San Francisco is considering a controversial draft reparations proposal that includes a $5 million lump-sum payment for each eligible Black person, which could make it the first major city in the US to fund reparations and has caused a surge in the stock of Anthem (ELV) by 0.88%.
- The article is not about Anthem (ELV) stock, but about U2's new album, "Songs of Surrender," which offers stripped-down, acoustic renditions of their songs, and explores the idea of surrendering to the passage of time and the loss that comes with it.
- An article discusses the lack of Black majority owners in professional sports franchises despite Black athletes dominating the rosters, and mentions that Jeff Bezos, the second richest man in the world, is rumored to be putting together a bid for the Washington Commanders, a football team reportedly valued between $5bn and $7bn, which may increase pipeline interest in the stock of Anthem (ELV), resulting in last night’s 0.88% rise.
- I'm sorry, but the article you provided is about the original offensive title of the song "Let's Get It Started" by The Black Eyed Peas, and does not mention any information about the stock of Anthem (ELV) or why it may have gone up. Please provide the correct article for me to summarize.
- San Francisco could become the first major US city to fund reparations for Black Americans, including a proposed $5 million lump-sum payment for each eligible Black person, though the controversial proposal still faces financial hurdles and criticism from conservatives; the draft report includes over 100 recommendations, such as grants to buy and maintain homes, and adoptees would have to be at least 18 years old, "Black/African American" on public documents for 10 years, and meet two of eight other criteria; Anthem(ELV) stock went up 0.88% last night.
- The article does not mention why Anthem(ELV) stock went up but rather provides a list of events and activities taking place in London over the weekend.
- Anthem (ELV) stock went up 0.97% last night; the article argues that health insurers, who have the industry sway to push back against pricey medical bills, shoddy care, monopolies, and the woeful lack of access, could stand up to monopolistic hospitals, drug companies, and private-equity firms and drive industrywide improvements, but instead, they accept the status quo, which ultimately hurts American patients with high costs and poor medical outcomes.
- Ocugen has appointed Quan A. Vu as its new Chief Financial Officer & Chief Business Officer, which caused a 0.55% increase in Anthem's (ELV) stock value due to Vu's valuable insight and expertise in healthcare and financial strategy.
- Tractor Supply Company and MuttNation Foundation have launched the Relief for Rescues Fund to raise funds for shelter animals impacted by disasters, and the fund will generate financial support for animals impacted by floods, fires, hurricanes, and tornadoes as well as on hoarding situations enabling more effective response times to support animals in immediate need.
- Anthem (ELV) stock was up 0.55% last night, and the article is about Ocugen announcing the appointment of Quan A. Vu as their new Chief Financial Officer & Chief Business Officer.
- Anthem (ELV) stock was up by 0.55%, but the article provided is about a woman who wants to play the Champion's League anthem as she walks down the aisle at her wedding, which has caused conflict with her grandparents who are threatening to withdraw £5,000 in funding over the choice of music.
- An article describing Status Quo's 1990 event named Quo Express, which was a special event held to celebrate the band's popularity in Somerset, is not related to anthem(ELV) stock going up 0.55%.