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  • Spain to trigger direct rule of Catalonia as standoff continues

    The Spanish government will move to suspend Catalonia's autonomy on Saturday, media reports said Thursday, after the region's leaders failed to drop a push for independence. The central government will trigger Article 155 of the country's constitution, after Catalan President Carles Puigdemont missed a deadline of 10 a.m. local...

  • U.S. stock futures tumble, with eBay, Apple, other tech stocks taking a hit in premarket

    U.S. stock futures fell sharply on Thursday, led by a hefty tumble for Nasdaq-100 futures as shares of eBay Inc. slid. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures slid 115 points, or 0.5%, to 23,000, while S&P 500 futures dropped 13.10 points, or 0.5%, to 2,547.75. Nasdaq-100 futures ...

  • MongoDB prices IPO at $24, above elevated range

    MongoDB Inc. priced its initial public offering at $24 a share Wednesday night, $2 higher than the price range it had already inflated just the day before. The database-software company originally targeted an IPO price in a range of $18 to $20, and increased that target to $20 to...

  • SendGrid plans IPO as email-focused startup nears $100 million in annual revenue

    SendGrid Inc. filed documents for an initial public offering Wednesday, following through on a promise to debut in 2017 as it heads toward $100 million in annual revenue and potential profitability. SendGrid, which sells a software platform that helps companies manage email communications with customers, said it would seek...

  • Blue Apron to lay off 6% of workforce

    Blue Apron Holdings Inc. has reduced its workforce by 6% to "support its strategic priorities," the company said in a filing Wednesday. The layoffs happened in Blue Apron's corporate offices as well as fulfillment centers. The company said it expects about $3.5 million in employee-related expenses, mostly in severance...

  • SEC names J.P. Morgan executive to lead trading and markets team

    The Securities and Exchange Commission said Wednesday it named Brett Redfearn, J.P. Morgan's global head of market structure for its investment bank, to be director of the regulator's division of trading and markets. Redfearn will oversee the major securities market participants and infrastructure including, among others, broker-dealers, self-regulatory organizations...

  • Catalonia to declare independence if Spain cancels autonomy: report

    Catalonia could formally declare its independence from Spain on Thursday, should the Spanish government in Madrid rescind the regions' autonomy, Catalan president Carles Puigdemont said, according to a report by Reuters. The Spanish government set a deadline for Thursday to resolve the domestic political conflict caused by Catalonia's independence referendum...

  • United Continental earnings beat despite weather-related cancellations

    United Continental Holdings Inc. reported better-than-expected third-quarter earnings Wednesday despite thousands of hurricane-related flight cancellations. The airline reported third-quarter net income of $637 million, or $2.12 a share, on revenue of $9.9 billion, which was basically even from the same quarter a year ago. After adjustments for special charges...

  • Adobe shares rally after company outlook

    Shares of Adobe Systems Inc. rose more than 5% late Wednesday after the company announced fiscal 2018 revenue and earnings targets slightly above Wall Street expectations. Adobe said it expects revenue of about $8.7 billion for fiscal 2018, a 20% increase over fiscal 2017 sales, and adjusted earnings of...

  • AmEx's Stephen Squeri to succeed Chenault as CEO, chairman

    American Express Co. said late Wednesday that Stephen Squeri, the current vice-chairman, will become chief executive and chairman on Feb. 1. Squeri, who leads the company's Global Commercial Services group, succeeds Kenneth Chenault. Shares of American Express declined 0.6% to $91.55 after hours. The announcement followed AmEx's release of...