A mild rebound at Wednesday's opening bell after a massive global selloff on Tuesday. Clothing retailer, Express (EXPR) started the day sharply higher after beating earnings estimates. The company also gave an outlook for the current quarter that exceeded Wall Street's expectations. AT&T (T) is expecting to take a charge of nearly $130 million this quarter. The charges are related to the voluntary retirement of about 3,000 employees by March 31. A search is underway at Google (GOOG) for a new CFO. The tech giant is hoping to replace its Chief Financial Officer, Patrick Pichette when he retires within the next six months to spend more time with his family.