Globalstar to Merge With FiberLight in $1.65 Billion Deal

Satellite provider Globalstar and landline operator FiberLight, both controlled by telecom investor Jay Monroe, plan a $1.65 billion merger meant to put unprofitable Globalstar on firmer footing as it chases new customers.

Facebook Earnings: What to Watch

Facebook is scheduled to announce first-quarter earnings after the market closes Wednesday.

eBay Earnings: What to Watch

eBay, which is slated to report earnings later Wednesday, is expected to post higher revenue in its latest quarter and executives may touch on the U.S.-China trade spat.

Qualcomm Earnings: What to Watch

Qualcomm is scheduled to announce earnings for its fiscal second quarter after the market closes Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know.

The ‘Amazon Effect’ Stings Consumer-Staples Stocks

Consumer-staples stocks have fallen 13% this year as investors once attracted to the steady payouts of companies selling goods like breakfast cereal, toothpaste and razors shop elsewhere.

The New Gmail: More Smarts, More Security…More Clutter

For its Gmail redesign, Google put tasks, calendars, notes and email on a single screen, so now you can live your whole work life in one app.

‘Operation GhostSecret’: North Korea Is Suspected in Intensifying Global Cyberattack

A suspected North Korean cyberattack on Turkish banks last month is broader in scope than originally believed, and has expanded to a data-theft campaign targeting nations including the U.S. and Australia, according to a new cybersecurity analysis.

Twitter Earnings: What to Watch

Twitter is scheduled to report first-quarter results before the market opens on Wednesday. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect adjusted earnings of 12 cents a share, compared with adjusted earnings of 11 cents a share a year ago.

Harvested Facebook Data Didn’t Prove Useful, App Developer Says

Aleksandr Kogan, developer of the app that harvested data on millions of Facebook users and was shared with Cambridge Analytica, told U.K. lawmakers that the data wasn’t useful for microtargeting ads.

Yahoo’s Successor to Pay $35 Million in Settlement Over Cyberbreach

Yahoo’s response to a 2014 hack of hundreds of millions of user accounts drew a $35 million fine from regulators, the first time a public company has been penalized over its handling of a cybersecurity breach.