Here is a rundown of Cheddar News' top trending market stories of the day. 
Netflix said it's moving forward with a plan to crack down on password sharing later this quarter, according to a letter sent to shareholders last week. The streaming giant first signaled that it was changing its policies around passwords last October, but it didn't initially provide a timeline. "While our terms of use limit use of Netflix to a household, we recognize this is a change for members who share their account more broadly," the letter read. "So we've worked hard to build additional new features that improve the Netflix experience, including the ability for members to review which devices are using their account and to transfer a profile to a new account." 
M&M on Monday tweeted that its "spokescandies" will no longer be the mouthpiece of the brand, and that real-live actor Maya Rudolph will replace them. The shake-up follows an attempt by Mars Wrigley last year to make the cast of characters more inclusive — which spurred a backlash on social media and from far right commentators such as Tucker Carlson. "We definitely didn't think it would break the internet," the company said in a statement. 
Amazon Pharmacy is launching a new Prime membership benefit called RxPass that gives patients access to generic medications for more than 80 common health conditions for a flat fee of $5 per month. The program marks Amazon's latest attempts to become a health care powerhouse. The company last year acquired telehealth company One Medical for $3.9 billion.
Johnson & Johnson projected earnings in 2023 that beat Wall Street estimates, despite a strong U.S. dollar dragging down COVID-19 sales. For the fourth quarter of last year, earnings were down 26 percent, and revenue was down 4 percent. Looking ahead though, the company is forecasting earnings of $10.40 and $10.60 per share, which is well above estimates.