Meta’s dividend, Tesla’s Musk claps back, Walmart’s new stores and Fed’s Powell pivots

– Facebook parent Meta delivers surprising dividend, shares explode

– Social media CEOs have criticized Capitol Hill over child victims

– Tesla CEO Elon Musk takes revenge after judge shoots down $56 billion payday

– January jobs report blows away estimates, but layoffs are rising this week

– Federal Reserve Chairman Powell is all about cutting interest rates

– Former President Trump on Powell’s future if he wins the White House

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— Walmart opens 150 new stores and adds a 3-for-1 stock split

— Apple’s Pro Vision is here

– SEE IT: Ford’s new explorer

TOP STORY: SURPRISE DIVIDEND: Facebook parent company Meta not only surprised investors with better-than-expected quarterly results, it also announced its first-ever cash dividend, which added more than $200 billion to the company’s market value in a single day, making CEO Mark Zuckerberg even richer…read more here.

The move followed a difficult week for Zuckerberg and his fellow social media CEOs, who were raked over the coals by Congress over flaws on their platforms that have harmed children and in some cases caused fatalities…read more here.

VIDEO: Why Facebook stock could rise another 15% on top of this year’s 34%

ELON MUSK CLAPS BACK: Tesla CEO’s $56 billion pay package was declared invalid by a judge in Delaware, the state where the company was incorporated. The decision did not sit well with Musk, who is rolling out a plan to fire back.…read more here.

VIDEO: Should a state judge decide CEO compensation? Stuart Varney weighs in.

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk speaks at the Tesla Giga Texas Manufacturing “Cyber ​​Rodeo” grand opening party in Austin, Texas, April 7, 2022.

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