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PPG Industries, Inc. manufactures and distributes a range of paints, coatings, and specialty materials. The Company operates through two segments: Performance Coatings and Industrial Coatings. The Performance Coatings segment primarily supplies a range of protective and decorative coatings, sealants and finishes along with pavement marking products, paint strippers, stains, and related chemicals, as well as transparencies and transparent armor. The Industrial Coatings segment primarily supplies a range of protective and decorative coatings and finishes along with adhesives, sealants, metal pretreatment products, optical monomers and coatings, low-friction coatings, precipitated silicas, and other specialty materials. Its Performance Coatings brands include PPG, GLIDDEN, COMEX, OLYMPIC, DULUX, SIGMA, HISTOR, SEIGNEURIE, PEINTURES GAUTHIER, and JOHNSTONE'S, among others. Its Industrial Coatings brands include PPG and TESLIN. It supplies its products to customers in an array of end-uses.

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Uber, DoorDash, Lyft stocks rise after Prop. 22 ruling in California

8:31 pm ET March 14, 2023 (MarketWatch)

Shares of Uber Technologies Inc. (UBER), Lyft Inc. (LYFT) and DoorDash Inc. (DASH) ended higher Tuesday, a day after a California appeals court handed them a partial victory that lets them continue treating their drivers and couriers as independent contractors instead of employees -- though an appeal to the California Supreme Court is likely. The three-member appeals court ruled two to one that most of Proposition 22, the law that came out of a 2020 ballot initiative on which the companies spent more than $200 million, could be upheld after a judge last year declared it unconstitutional. But the ruling severed one provision of the law, leaving open the possibility that workers could win the right to collectively bargain -- which is being considered in places like Massachusetts. Uber saw its shares rise almost 5% to close at $32.34. DoorDash stock increased nearly 6% to close at $56.95. And Lyft's shares, which have been trading at all-time lows, gave back some of their gains from the day but ended 0.6% higher to $8.51.

-Levi Sumagaysay


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