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U.S. Stocks Open Lower, Earnings and Fed in the Spotlight

U.S. stocks opened lower Monday morning in a busy week for economic and earnings news.

Tribune Media (TRBAA) Stock Is Receding Today Despite Earnings Beat

Tribune Media (TRBAA) shares are declining despite second quarter earnings that were 20 cents better than analysts anticipated.

Gannett Latest To Hive Off Publishing Business

Owner of USA Today will spin newspaper unit, buy out 73% stake in parent of Cars.com for $1.8 billion.

Scripps' Rich Boehne Wants Local TV Broadcasters to Wake Up to Digital

Scripps' merger with Journal Communications isn't only about carving out low-growth newspapers; it's about remaking local TV-broadcasters for the digital era.

TV Gets No Respect in a Broadband World

Gordon Smith, chairman of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), said the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has continued to favor broadband providers, putting local television stations at risk.

Breaking News

GameStop Declares 4-for-1 Stock Split

GameStop's board declared a 4-for-1 stock split.

Elon Musk Can't Wait to See Disney Lose an Iconic Character

The billionaire CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, strongly supports limiting the rights protecting certain original works.

Alphabet Stock Is Setting Up for a Trade Ahead of Stock Split

Alphabet stock has an interesting setup before the tech giant splits the shares. Here's the trade to know.

Microsoft Supports Abortion Access But Is Silent on Data Privacy

The software giant hasn't said it will protect user data in wake of Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe.