Norwegian Cruise Line, Netflix, Amazon.com: Stocks That Defined the Week

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
Cruise companies are anxious to set sail again. Norwegian Cruise Line said Monday it asked federal health authorities to let it depart from U.S. ports starting July 4, saying its vaccination requirement for passengers and crew is a sufficient precaution against Covid-19. Norwegian other major cruise lines haven’t sailed in the U.S. since coronavirus outbreaks on ships brought voyages to a halt last year. Norwegian shares rose 7.2% Monday.
Alphabet Inc.
Google can hit refresh after a court battle over copyright. The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the unit of Alphabet isn’t liable to Oracle Corp. for copyright infringement based on how it built its Android smartphone-operating system, erasing the prospect of a multibillion-dollar award to Oracle. The court, in a 6-2 opinion by Justice Stephen Breyer, threw out a lower-court ruling for Oracle that said Google’s Android infringed its copyrights on the Java software platform. The nation’s highest court ruled that Google’s copying of some Java API code was fair use. Alphabet shares added 4.1% Monday.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC


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