Two Members of Warner Bros. Discovery's Board Resign to Resolve Antitrust Concerns 

Steven Miron and Steve Newhouse have ties to cable provider Charter, which Justice Department says competes with WBD.

Trump Media Shares Tumble After Recent Cash Crunch Disclosed 

The stock's plunge erased more than $1 billion from Donald Trump's approximately 57% stake in the company.

Google Pledges to Destroy Browsing Data to Settle 'Incognito' Lawsuit 

The move is part of a settlement of a lawsuit that alleged the company tracked millions of users without their knowledge.

BYD's Sales Jump as Investors Await Tesla Delivery Numbers 

The Chinese electric-vehicle maker has emerged as a fierce competitor to Western EV makers.

Nuvei Agrees to Deal to Be Taken Private 

The proposed transaction has the support of shareholders Philip Fayer, Nuvei's founder, chairman and chief executive, Novacap and Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, who collectively represent roughly 92% of the voting power attached to Nuvei's shares.

Fidelity to charge $100 servicing fee on some ETFs 

Fidelity Investments is planning to charge investors a $100 servicing fee when placing buy orders on exchange-traded funds issued by nine firms.

Postal Service Picks UPS to Move Air Cargo, Replacing FedEx 

The FedEx contract is set to end in September after more than 20 years.

Eiger BioPharmaceuticals Files for Bankruptcy 

Shares of Eiger BioPharmaceuticals plunged to an all-time low after the company filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy with a deal in hand to sell its Zokinvy drug.

Sports Illustrated Owner Sues 5-Hour Energy Founder Over Missed Payments 

Authentic Brands alleges Manoj Bhargava and the sports magazine's former publisher "tried to weaponize their obstinance."

This Disney War Has Already Paid Off 

The stock price has jumped after many shareholder-friendly changes-without adding rancor to the company's board.

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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