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Five years after Chuck E. Cheese's private equity owners took the food and entertainment chain private, the restaurant famous for its kid-oriented animatronic entertainment and gaming atmosphere will be returning to the public markets. Through a reverse merger with publicly-traded special purpose acquisition company Leo Holdings, the restaurant chain's parent CEC Entertainment will trade once again on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "CEC" and change its name to Chuck E. Cheese Brands. A side of entertainment with the meal.
As part of Facebook's (NASDAQ:FB) first-quarter earnings release last night, the social networking behemoth disclosed that it has set aside billions of dollars for an accounting accrual to cover a massive fine that it expects the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to impose on the company over its numerous privacy transgressions in recent years.
It’s been five days since the SpaceX’s passenger vehicle, the Crew Dragon, exploded during the Dragon Super Draco Static Fire Test and space engineers continue to be baffled on what caused it. According to The Verge, it’s still too early to pinpoint the cause of the explosion and Elon Musk’s space company still doesn’t know if it will affect the initial schedule of Crew Dragon’s next major launch.
Telecommunications giant AT&T (NYSE:T) took on $40 billion in debt to acquire Time Warner in June 2018. When the company closed on that acquisition, its net debt level reached $180 billion, representing a net debt-to-EBITDA ratio of 3.0. That's too high for AT&T's liking, so it embarked on a path to pay off what it borrowed to buy Time Warner and, in turn, bring its that ratio down to saner levels. Let's review the progress AT&T has made toward its debt-reduction efforts and what investors should expect from those efforts as the year unfolds.
Prince Philip contracted a “mysterious” illness during an overseas royal trip. The 97-year-old royal has already retired. However, prior to that, Prince Philip was Queen Elizabeth II’s constant companion in various royal excursions worldwide. The Duke of Edinburgh accompanied the monarch in different countries including Australia, Pakistan and India.
A slew of bad first quarter earnings indicators from 3M, plus news of layoffs, sent the company’s share price plunging 13 percent, and helped drag down the Dow Jones Industrial Average by 0.4 percent. Shares also tumbled after 3M cut its 2019 earnings forecast and announced plans to lay off 2,000 employees as part of an effort to restructure its businesses into four operating units from five.
Queen Elizabeth II will never step down for her son, Prince Charles. There have been rumors suggesting that the Queen will make the heir a prince regent when she turns 95. However, a royal expert suggests otherwise in a recent interview with CBS’ “This Morning.”Tina Brown, an editor and royal expert, said that Queen Elizabeth II will remain Queen up to deathbed. For Her Majesty, monarchy is an “incarnation.”"She won't step down because she doesn’t believe this is about an office,” Brown said.
When the Tesla Model Y was introduced last month, it came out with much fanfare. The new electric vehicle described as a “crossover SUV” became the benchmark of new electric-powered automobiles. It was definitely a vehicle that many people, both fans and car analysts, looked forward to. Even Tesla CEO Elon Musk declared that it was going to be their best-selling automobile in the near future and it could very well be. The Model Y is at an excellent position to capture the American market which is veering from sedans to larger cars such as trucks and SUVs.
Amazon said it will use “all of the available levers” to shorten the current two-day default shipping plan by one day for members of its Amazon Prime subscription service. The one-day service will be free of charge. The change was announced by Chief Financial Officer Brian Olsavsky on Thursday and comes at a time when data indicates Prime subscriptions are slowing down. There were 61 million Prime members in the U.S. in first quarter, unchanged from the second half of 2018. This number is only a 5 percent improvement from the same period in 2018, said research firm Cowen.

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