Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) – Apple plans to invest over $250 million to expand its operations in Ang Mo Kio, Singapore, with two buildings acquired in 2022 undergoing a major upgrade. CEO Tim Cook emphasized the importance of connecting with the local community.

Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) – Oracle announced on Wednesday an investment of more than $8 billion over the next 10 years to meet the growing demand for cloud computing and AI infrastructure in Japan. This investment aims to expand Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) presence across the country and support local engineering teams.

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) – EU antitrust regulators have concluded that Microsoft’s $13 billion investment in OpenAI does not constitute an acquisition, avoiding a formal investigation. Microsoft still faces scrutiny in other regions, seeking partnerships to avoid investigations.

Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) – Google is reducing its workforce, without specifying the exact number, as part of its cost containment strategy. Some affected employees may apply for new internal positions.

Meta Platforms (NASDAQ:META) – The European Data Protection Board has suggested that major online platforms, including Meta Platforms, offer users a free option without targeted advertising. This follows requests for analysis of consent or payment models by national privacy regulators.

Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) – Employees at Walt Disney’s theme parks in California, including those dressed as Goofy and Elsa, have made progress in unionization. Most of the 1,700 workers at the Disneyland Resort seek to join the Actors’ Equity Association, seeking better conditions, including costume replacements and contractual negotiations.

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) – Amazon announced on Wednesday plans to expand its cashier-less shopping technology to more third-party stores this year, reducing its reliance on its own technology. The “Just Walk Out” system is already used by about 140 stores and will more than double.

MercadoLibre (NASDAQ:MELI) – The Latin American e-commerce giant plans to expand its team by 30% in 2024, adding approximately 18,000 new employees. This increase will bring the total number of employees to about 76,000, excluding temporary and outsourced workers.

Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) – Morgan Stanley recommends buying eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) and short selling Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY) in the US e-commerce market. eBay was upgraded to overweight, with a target price of $62, while Etsy was downgraded to underweight, with a target price of $55. Analysts see eBay benefiting from innovation and artificial intelligence, while they are pessimistic about Etsy’s growth trajectory.

Tapestry (NYSE:TPR), Capri (NYSE:CPRI) – The US FTC is preparing to block Tapestry, owner of Coach, from acquiring Capri, which owns Michael Kors, in a deal worth $8.5 billion. Regulatory approvals were granted by the EU and Japan. The FTC will discuss the case, while investors assess possible cuts in fees.

Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) – Micron Technology, a memory chip manufacturer, is expected to receive over $6 billion in grants from the US Department of Commerce to fund domestic chip factory projects. The award, which has yet to be finalized, could be announced as early as next week.

Salesforce (NYSE:CRM), Informatica (NYSE:INFA) – Gaurav Dhillon, co-founder of Informatica, criticizes the potential partnership with Salesforce, calling it a setback for CRM. He predicts difficulties for customers due to overlapping integration products and sees Salesforce losing momentum, only seeking to increase revenues. The merger, according to Dhillon, would be a validation for SnapLogic.

Zuora (NYSE:ZUO) – Zuora is considering options, including a potential sale. The software company for managing subscription-based billing is attracting interest from private equity and software companies.

Cadence Design Systems (NASDAQ:CDNS) – Cadence Design Systems presented on Wednesday the latest version of its custom chip-based supercomputer, designed to accelerate the creation of other chips and corresponding software. Companies like Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) use Cadence’s software to design complex chips, speeding up the design process.

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) – Under the leadership of Elon Musk, Tesla seeks to reactivate its controversial $56 billion salary package. The company uses a legal loophole to submit the proposal to shareholders, challenging a previous court decision. Experts debate whether this will open more litigation or if shareholders will retroactively accept the payment. Additionally, Elon Musk provoked uncertainty among investors with cryptic posts following Reuters’ news about the abandonment of the “$25 million Model 2.” Musk’s silence generates unrest, while investors seek clear answers about Tesla’s future. In other news, Tesla dismissed 300 temporary workers in Germany as their contracts expired, part of its global workforce reduction strategy by 10%. The company claims most were transferred to new jobs. Tesla will also lay off 285 employees in Buffalo, New York.

Rivian (NASDAQ:RIVN) – Rivian announced on Wednesday a cut of approximately 1% of its workforce, marking its second round of layoffs this year amid a slowdown in demand for electric vehicles. The company is seeking to reduce costs to achieve a positive gross margin by the end of the year.

Ford Motor (NYSE:F) – Ford is recalling 456,565 compact SUVs and trucks in the US due to weak battery issues, reported by NHTSA on Wednesday. The recall covers Bronco Sport (2022-2024) models and Maverick (2022-2023) trucks. Dealers will recalibrate the control modules free of charge to correct the problem.

Boeing (NYSE:BA) – Two Senate hearings in the US explored Boeing’s safety culture and manufacturing quality after the 737 MAX 9 incident. Concerns arose about the company’s response to whistleblower reports and records related to aircraft issues. Regulators and employees testified about safety concerns. Additionally, the US Department of Transportation is being investigated by the Office of the Inspector General regarding the Federal Aviation Administration’s supervision of Boeing aircraft. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg highlighted the importance of the audit amid growing concerns.

Mobileye (NASDAQ:MBLY) – Mobileye secured orders to provide 46 million of its EyeQ6 Lite chips in the coming years as automakers seek to make cars safer and easier to drive. The system, sold worldwide, includes features such as reading traffic signs.

EVe Mobility Acquisition (NYSE:EVE) – Eve, a manufacturer of electric aircraft, signed a letter of intent with Japanese AirX to sell up to 50 eVTOLs. The deal includes a firm order for 10 units and an agreement for another 40. Financial terms were not disclosed. Embraer (NYSE:ERJ), the parent company of Eve, plans operations by 2026.

United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) – United Airlines will receive financial compensation from Boeing (NYSE:BA) due to the grounding of the 737 MAX 9 aircraft, causing a $200 million impact in the first quarter. Boeing will pay through credits for future purchases, following the incident which also affected other airlines, including Alaska Airlines (NYSE:ALK).

Alaska Airlines (NYSE:ALK) – A problem with Alaska Airlines’ weight and balance calculation system caused the suspension of all flights on Wednesday morning. The FAA lifted the ground stop after the issue was resolved in about an hour, with residual delays throughout the day.

Ryanair (NASDAQ:RYAAY) – Ryanair expects Boeing (NYSE:BA) to deliver 40 new jets by mid-July, announced CEO Michael O’Leary. The plan includes receiving 35 aircraft by the end of June and five more in the first weeks of July, keeping to the revised schedule.

Ibotta – Ibotta, backed by Walmart (NYSE:WMT), is set to raise $577.3 million in its IPO, valued at $2.67 billion. Ibotta will sell 6.6 million shares at $88 each, exceeding the initial price range.

TotalEnergies (NYSE:TTE) – Investors urge TotalEnergies to separate the roles of CEO and chairman to accelerate the transition to renewable energies. The proposal, supported by 19 international investors, seeks an open dialogue on climate issues. The company will decide on the resolution on April 25.

Unilever (NYSE:UL) – Unilever Plc is recalling, as a precaution, some Magnum almond ice cream sticks in the UK and Ireland due to the possibility of containing plastic and metal. The company identified the affected batches and no other country or product is involved.

America Movil (NYSE:AMX) – America Movil announced investments in 5G across all its markets, following its capital expenditure plan of $7.1 billion for this year, after cutting expenses in February. Despite a 55% drop in quarterly profit, results in key markets helped exceed expectations.

Trump Media & Technology Group (NASDAQ:DJT) – Trump Media & Technology Group saw a 1.5% increase before the market opened. On Wednesday, shares of the company owning the Truth Social platform rose 16%, marking its best single-day performance since March 26, following a nearly 30% drop in the previous two sessions.

PowerSchool Holdings (NYSE:PWSC) – PowerSchool shares experienced their biggest drop in eight months, after Spruce Point Capital Management LLC expressed skepticism, predicting a significant fall in share prices. The educational technology company closed Wednesday with a 9.8% loss, extending the year’s cumulative decline to nearly 25%.

Duolingo (NASDAQ:DUOL), Cable One (NYSE:CABO) – Duolingo’s share value increased 6.55% before the market opened, following the announcement of its inclusion in the S&P MidCap 400 on April 22. Duolingo, a language learning provider, will replace Cable One, which is being moved to the S&P SmallCap 600.

UBS Group AG (NYSE:UBS) – Following the acquisition of Credit Suisse, UBS plans another round of job cuts that will affect over a hundred positions in the global investment bank. The cuts are expected to occur in the coming weeks, mainly in wealth management and markets units.

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) – South African investors are delaying major initiatives pending next month’s election, according to Goldman Sachs. The bank expects a recovery in foreign interest, driven by interest rate cuts and energy improvements.

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