McClatchy Seeks to Have U.S. Take Over Pension Fund
Newspaper publisher McClatchy said it has begun talks with creditors and federal authorities about a possible government takeover of its pension fund as it tries to relieve liquidity pressure due to its pension responsibilities and debt load.
Disney Reports 10 Million Users for Its New Disney+ Streaming Service
Reaching 10 million subscribers about 24 hours after the formal launch of Disney+ appears to be a robust start, but it's unclear how much each of those customers is worth to Disney.
Energizer's Stronger Fourth-Quarter Results Send Its Shares Higher
Energizer Holdings reported higher-than-anticipated quarterly sales, pushing the battery manufacturer's shares up sharply.
How to Straighten Out SmileDirectClub
Shares in SmileDirectClub plunged yet again on Wednesday morning after the teeth straightening company's outlook disappointed investors. But the negative sentiment could prove useful to bargain hunters.
Don't Chase Datadog's Tail
The newly public cloud player gets a strong boost-and a rich multiple-from its first quarterly report.
Yahoo Japan in Talks Over Combining With Chat App Line
Two Japanese internet leaders-news and shopping site Yahoo Japan and chat app Line-are in talks to combine, potentially expanding SoftBank's presence in online ads and payment apps in Japan.
Apple Dumps the Butterfly Keyboard on New MacBook Pro
Apple introduced a 16-inch MacBook Pro, marking a new screen size as well as a departure from the problematic "butterfly" keyboard that triggered customer complaints and drove the company to offer an extended repair program.
When Antitrust Probes Hurt Competition
Boeing's plans to buy Embraer's commercial planes have triggered a European antitrust probe, but fliers would be ill-served if the deal were stopped.
Google to Offer Checking Accounts in Big Tech's Latest Finance Push
Google will soon offer checking accounts to consumers, becoming the latest Silicon Valley heavyweight to push into finance.
Alibaba Seeks to Raise $13 Billion in Hong Kong Share Sale
Alibaba applied for a secondary listing in Hong Kong, aiming to raise roughly $13 billion. The move gives the Asian financial hub a vote of confidence after monthslong demonstrations.