Besides being briefed on the Brussels attacks, President Obama is expected today to meet with dissidents critical of Raul Castro's government. Meanwhile, General Electric (GE) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Cuban government, intending to sell power, aviation, and medical equipment there. (AP & WSJ)
Leon Cooperman and his firm Omega Advisors have received a Wells Notice from the SEC last week related to trading of Atlas Pipeline. But the billionaire investor told CNBC: "We believe we've done nothing wrong."
A Florida jury assessed Gawker Media $25 million more in punitive damages for having invaded the privacy of the retired wrestler Hulk Hogan, adding to the $115 million in compensatory damages last week. (NY Times)
Silicon Valley leaders remember Andy Grove — the longtime CEO and chairman of Intel (INTC), who was one of the most influential personalities of the computer and Internet era — died on Monday at his California home. He was 79. (CNBC & NY Times)