In Second Opinion, President Trump and Democrats agree to a $2 trillion infrastructure plan, ESPN The Magazine will cease regular publication in September after 21-year run and Warren Buffett invests $10 billion in Occidental Petroleum's Andarko bid.
Second Opinion closes out the week with news that Joe Biden raises $6.3 million in the first 24 hours of his 2020 campaign, CVC Capital Partners is in talks about selling its Continental Foods business and Uber sets its IPO pricing terms while Slack files to go public.
In Second Opinion, McDonald's is partnering with AARP to hire older employees, Occidental seeks to buy Andarko for $38 billion, beating Chevron's bid and Mary Meeker raises $1.25 billion for Bond, her debut growth fund.
In Second Opinion, Murphy Oil is acquiring Gulf of Mexico assets for $1.38 billion, Amazon's in-garage delivery service has launched and Procter & Gamble posts its strongest sales growth in eight years.
In Second Opinion, Fiat Chrysler recalls 320,000 Dart cars that could roll away, lawmakers call for Mark Zuckerberg to be held accountable for Facebook’s privacy fumbles and former Vice President Joe Biden will reportedly launch his presidential bid next week. Happy Passover and Easter!
In Second Opinion, Zoom pops 81 percent in NASDAQ debut, Sears sues former CEO Eddie Lampert, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and others for alleged "thefts" of billions from retailer and the National Enquirer has been sold for $100 million.
In Second Opinion, Pernod Ricard agrees to buy Italian gin brand Malfy, Samsung’s $2,000 folding phone is breaking for some users after two days and Terry Gou will resign as Foxconn's chairman to run for president of Taiwan.
In Second Opinion, Billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault has pledged more than 100 million euros to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral, Brazilian educational group Afya SA is preparing for an IPO in New York and Apple and Qualcomm settle their royalty dispute.