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Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 15, 2017

Airbus Upheaval Triggers Search for New CEO
Airbus is hunting for a new chief executive to navigate it through a spell of heavy turbulence, with Europe''s largest plane maker facing investigations over alleged corruption and far-reaching departures among its senior ranks.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

DHS Plans to End Work Eligibility for Spouses of H-1B Holders
The spouses of highly skilled foreign workers would no longer be able to work legally in the U.S. under a regulatory change proposed by the Trump administration Thursday.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

China's Wild Bunch: Startup Investors Are Cashed-Up Cowboys
Over-the-top valuations, intense competition and greater uncertainty on returns have many investors talking about a bubble.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

CSX Head Takes Medical Leave
The railway''s chief executive, Hunter Harrison, has taken a medical leave of absence due to unexpected complications from a recent illness.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Americans Are Spending More Than Expected as Holiday Season Heats Up
Americans are spending more this holiday season than analysts expected, fueled by income gains, confidence in the economic outlook, buoyant financial markets and modest inflation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Facebook Overhauls Video-Ad Strategy
The social-media company is changing its video-ad strategy again, potentially amplifying tensions with many publishers who were already frustrated with their inability to earn significant money from videos posted on the platform.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Several GOP Senators Press for Late Changes in Tax Bill
Several Republican senators, including Marco Rubio, expressed last-minute doubts about the tax plan in Congress, possibly an attempt to strengthen their negotiating positions before final votes planned for next week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Property Data Firm Xceligent Files for Chapter 7 Protection
The board of Xceligent Inc., one of the largest commercial real-estate data firms in the U.S., has filed for chapter 7 liquidation following a year-long legal battle with rival CoStar Group Inc. over alleged data theft.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Oracle Shares Fall on Cloud Forecast
Oracle Corp.''s stock sank after hours following news that the growth of its cloud-computing business in the current quarter would fall below expectations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Elliott Preps for Potential Fight With Hess, Seeking CEO Ouster
Elliott Management Corp. is preparing for a possible tussle with Hess Corp., hoping to either remove John B. Hess as chief executive or push him to consider selling all or part of the energy company.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Facebook Will Introduce Ads as Videos Start, a Move Long Resisted
Facebook is changing its video-ad strategy as frustrations from publishers mount over their inability to earn significant money from them. The social network will for the first time start testing ads that appear before certain videos begin playing.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Your Passion for Fancy Vanilla Ice Cream Is Creating World-Wide Havoc
With the price skyrocketing, farmers in Madagascar, the industry''s epicenter, are sleeping in their fields, hiring guards; ‘there are many vanilla thieves here''

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Teva Pharma to Cut 14,000 Jobs as Generic-Drug Business Suffers
Teva Pharmaceutical is cutting more than 25% of its workforce and suspending its dividend as it works to cut costs and pay down debt.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Rubio Throws a Wrench Into GOP Tax Bill
Sen. Marco Rubio threw a late wrinkle into the GOP''s attempt to complete a tax bill, saying he will vote against it unless the final measure further expands the child tax credit for low-income households.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. to Retire
The New York Times announced publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. will retire at the end of the year and that his son, Arthur Gregg 'A.G.' Sulzberger, will be appointed to the job.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

FCC Approves Rollback of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday rolled back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move that is likely to empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers'' online experience.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Fed Should Improve Orientation for New Governors, Report Finds
The Federal Reserve could do a better job at showing the ropes to new members of its board of governors, the central bank''s Office of Inspector General said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

As Fed Tightens, Europe Hangs Loose
Central banks in Europe showed continued caution about the region''s economic recovery, signaling that they are in no rush to follow the Federal Reserve in steadily raising interest rates.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

FCC Set to Roll Back Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday is expected to roll back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move that would likely empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers'' online experience.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

U.S. Jobless Claims Fell Last Week
The number of Americans filing new applications for unemployment benefits fell last week, a sign the tight labor market is making firms reluctant to dismiss workers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Disney to Acquire Fox Assets in Big Bet on Video Streaming
Walt Disney Co. said it would buy select assets of 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion in stock as it moves to bolster its video streaming and television businesses amid a changing media landscape.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

A Christmastime Tax Cut for Some, a Lump of Coal for Others
Republicans plan to turn their tax overhaul into law next week, giving many businesses a cut while removing some benefits for others and adding to the nation''s budget deficit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Sinclair-Tribune Deal Likely to Get Justice Department's Approval
The Justice Department has signaled it is willing to grant approval to Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.''s planned takeover of Tribune Media Co., but it wants the companies to sell off roughly a dozen television stations.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Business Insider Inc. Drops 'Business' From Its Name
In January, the company will begin doing business as Insider Inc., doubling down on its plan to create new coverage verticals on social media and elsewhere.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

China's Tech Startup Funding: The Wild West in the Far East
David Su''s Matrix Partners China has nurtured 20 unicorns—startups valued at $1 billion or more. But he''s anxious that there''s now too much capital chasing too few worthy ideas.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

The Fed Isn't the Tax Cut's Enemy
Comments by Federal Reserve officials suggest they aren''t standing in the way of any boost that the Republicans'' $1.4 trillion tax cut delivers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Europe's Central Banks Still Cautious on Recovery
Central banks in Europe are expected to show continued caution about the region''s economic recovery, signaling that they are in no rush to follow the Federal Reserve in steadily raising interest rates.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

China's Central Bank Raises Market Rates Hours After Fed Move
The People''s Bank of China followed a U.S. interest-rate increase with one of its own to blunt the effect of the Federal Reserve move on the Chinese economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

MTA Awards $1.8 Billion Contract to Expand Long Island Rail Road
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Wednesday awarded a $1.8 billion contract to expand the Long Island Rail Road, even as its commissioners raised concerns costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Next Up for Westfield's Lowy Family: Blurring Retail Lines
Fresh off the announced sale of its shopping-mall empire in the U.S., the Lowy family is making a new bet on the future of retail: that the distinction between online and bricks-and-mortar shopping will disappear.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

South Africa's Sibanye Doubles Down on Platinum With Lonmin Buy
Sibanye said it had agreed to buy London-listed miner Lonmin for $380 million, the latest in string of deals that have reshaped the South African company into the world''s No. 2 platinum producer.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Canada's CEOs Warn Government on Trade Policy
Canada''s most prominent business leaders are ‘deeply concerned'' by setbacks to diversify trade in Asia in the face of uncertainty over Nafta, according to a letter their lobbyist sent to Finance Minister Bill Morneau.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

FCC Readies Unwinding of Net Neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday is set to roll back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move expected to empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers'' online experience.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 14, 2017

Study Links Lower Birth Weights to Living Near Fracking Sites
Babies born to women who live close to fracked natural gas wells have an elevated risk of being born with a low birth weight, according to a new study published in the journal Science Advances.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

From German Faucets to Italian Chocolate, Trade Barriers Are Rising Again in Europe
The rise of economic nationalism is clashing with the open-market ideals of the EU''s original founders. Member states, including France and some in the east, are introducing new rules to favor domestic production and labor.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

China's HNA Group Seeks to Reassure Lenders, Investors
Chinese conglomerate HNA Group is working to persuade lenders and investors that it is financially sound following sharp declines in the prices of bonds and shares of some of its units.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Judge Rejects Defamation Lawsuit Against Deadspin Owner
A judge has tossed Las Vegas oddsmaker R.J. Bell''s defamation lawsuit against web publisher Gizmodo Media Group LLC over a 2016 article on Deadspin.com but said litigation against the article''s author can move forward.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

AT&T Reaches Contract With Union
AT&T Inc. reached a tentative deal with the union representing more than 21,000 of its wireless-support and retail workers, ending a 10-month standoff over pay and work conditions.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Buying a Chromebook? Here's What You Need to Worry About
A parents guide to the pros and cons of Chromebooks, the hot-selling laptop your children might already use at school.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Disney Finalizing Pact to Acquire Assets From 21st Century Fox
Walt Disney Co. is finalizing a deal to acquire assets from 21st Century Fox, according to people familiar with the matter, who added that the deal values 21st Century Fox as a whole at around $40 a share.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Ousting an Accused Harasser Wasn't Enough. Ad Agency Staff Wanted to Know Why.
Shortly after Interpublic Group''s Martin Agency pushed out one of advertising''s star creative executives, employees demanded a full accounting of why—and unleashed more allegations of sexual harassment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Apple Boosts Face ID Tech Maker Finisar
Apple is awarding one of its key suppliers $390 million as part of its effort to fund domestic technology manufacturers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Fed Raises Rates, Sticks to Forecast for 2018 Increases
The Federal Reserve said it would raise short-term interest rates for the third time this year and remained on track to chart a similar path next year, signaling continuity as the central bank enters a leadership reshuffle.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Nearly 5 Million Americans in Default on Student Loans
The number of Americans severely behind on payments on federal student loans reached 4.6 million in the third quarter, a doubling from four years ago, despite a historically long stretch of U.S. job creation and steady economic growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

With Traffic Flowing, Netflix Steps Back from Fight Over Internet Rules
Netflix helped spark the debate over net neutrality three years ago by raising concerns about how its internet traffic was being handled. But as the U.S. government prepares to repeal the rules on Thursday, the video giant has been less vocal on a key issue.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Zara Shows Shrinking Profit Margins Despite Sales Increase
Shrinking profit margins at Inditex, the parent company of Zara, have exposed a weakness in a fashion behemoth that has largely avoided the problems battering the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

How Language in Job Listings Could Widen Silicon Valley's Gender Divide
Use of certain phrases like 'whatever it takes' or 'tackle' in job postings could affect who applies for tech jobs, possibly contributing to the lopsided gender makeup of the industry, new research suggests.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Fed Raises Rates, Expects Increases to Continue in 2018
The Federal Reserve said it would raise short-term interest rates for the third time this year and remained on track to chart a similar path next year, signaling continuity as the central bank enters a leadership reshuffle.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

T-Mobile to Launch Pay-TV Service
T-Mobile US Inc. is launching a paid television service after it acquired a startup aimed at the high-end video market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Final GOP Deal Sets 21% Corporate Tax, Cuts for Top Earners
House and Senate Republicans on Wednesday reached an agreement on the final version of a tax bill that would lower the top individual rate to 37% and set a corporate rate of 21%, while eliminating the corporate alternative minimum tax.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Target to Buy Grocery Delivery Startup Shipt for $550 Million
Target Corp. is paying $550 million to acquire grocery delivery startup Shipt Inc., moving to match services that have been rolled out by rivals Amazon.com Inc. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Bitcoin: Electrifying Investment, Lousy Currency
It''s too soon to know whether bitcoin is a bubble ready to burst, but not too soon to conclude that it has failed in its mission to be a viable alternative to sovereign currencies like the dollar, Greg Ip writes.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

U.S. Economic Expansion Could Become Longest on Record
Forecasters are increasingly optimistic the U.S. economic expansion could continue beyond the 2020 presidential election, aided by Republican tax legislation that is expected to lift growth.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Racy Virtual-Reality Assistant Pulled After Questions Raised
A Chinese tech company pulled offline a virtual-reality avatar depicted as a flirtatious secretary in revealing clothes, hours after The Wall Street Journal asked whether such depictions encourage a view of women as sexual objects in the workplace.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Talkaholics Sink Partnerships, Presentations---and Careers
Executives who talk too much get into trouble during job hunts, board presentations, customer pitches and networking events. The common but correctable habit often communicates poor preparation, an overblown ego or low confidence, executive recruiters and coaches say.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

U.S. Consumer Prices Rose 0.4% in November
U.S. consumer prices rose in November, propelled by a rise in energy prices, while underlying inflation pressures showed signs of moderation.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Apple Invests in Face ID Tech Maker Finisar
Apple is awarding one of its key suppliers $390 million as part of its effort to fund domestic technology manufacturers.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Zara's Shrinking Profit Margins Expose a Fashion Behemoth
Shrinking profit margins at the parent company of Zara has exposed a rare weakness in the armor of a fashion behemoth that has largely resisted the headwinds currently battering the industry.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

U.S., Japan Express Concern Over China's Interest in Saudi Oil Giant
The U.S. and Japan have urged Saudi Arabia to pursue an international listing for oil giant Aramco, fearing the possible sale of a stake to China would give Beijing too much sway in the Middle East.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Ousting an Accused Harasser Wasn't Enough. Ad Agency Staff Wanted to Know Why
Shortly after Interpublic Group''s Martin Agency pushed out one of advertising''s star creative executives, employees demanded a full accounting of why—and unleashed more allegations of sexual harassment.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Toyota Sees Half of Sales Coming From Hybrids, EVs
Toyota''s president became the latest auto chief to offer ambitious targets for hybrid and electric vehicles, saying the category would make up half of Toyota''s global sales by 2030.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

GOP Bridging Divide in House, Senate Tax Plans
Republicans reconciling House and Senate tax bills say they are narrowing their differences, putting a $1.4 trillion tax cut on track to be unveiled by Friday and passed by both chambers next week.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Google Seeks Path Back to China With AI Lab
Search giant Google opened an artificial-intelligence lab in Beijing in a bid to attract China''s tech prodigies and strengthen its standing in the restrictive market.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Federal Reserve Expected to Raise Rates
The Federal Reserve is likely to raise short-term interest rates after its policy meeting concludes Wednesday, the fifth such increase since the Fed began raising rates from near zero two years ago.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Will Regulators Penalize Fox-Disney Deal Over Sports?
With viewers turning to streaming video, sports has come to dominate traditional TV. That''s one reason behind a potential 21st Century Fox--Disney deal. And it''s one reason why regulators could frown on such an agreement.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 13, 2017

Electronic Arts Needs the Force to Awaken Again
Walt Disney isn''t the only company with a lot riding on the new Star Wars movie this week. Electronic Arts could really use a boost from the Force.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Republican House Spending Plan Gets Cool Reception in Senate
Senators from both parties poured cold water Tuesday on a House Republican plan that would fund the military through September while keeping the rest of the government running only into January.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Big Boss Nintendo Seeks New Sidekicks in Smartphone Battle
Nintendo is looking to expand tie-ups with software developers to strengthen its smartphone-game lineup after an early alliance aimed at cracking the mobile market fell behind schedule.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Toshiba, Western Digital Make Peace
Toshiba and Western Digital said they agreed to settle a dispute over the Japanese company''s planned sale of its memory-chip unit.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Nintendo Looks for Help to Raise Its Smartphone Game
Nintendo is looking to expand tie-ups with software developers to strengthen its smartphone-game lineup after an early alliance aimed at cracking the mobile market fell behind schedule, people familiar with the matter said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Economists See Three Fed Rate Rises Next Year, Lower Unemployment
Private economists expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates after its meeting Wednesday and then lift them three times in 2018 and twice in 2019, amid a strengthening economy and a falling unemployment rate.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Vibrant Holiday Sales Spur Late-Season Surge in Imports
Stronger-than-expected holiday sales have spurred a late-season surge in imports, as retailers restock their warehouses to keep up with e-commerce demand.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Sears Extends Debt, Eyes New Borrowing
Sears Holdings extended the terms of a $400 million loan while announcing a new planned borrowing to cover pension contributions

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Government Cleans House at Audit Regulator
Five new board members were appointed to oversee the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, a regulator of auditors who examine the books of publicly traded companies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Unibail Who? The French Mall Owner Is Buying Westfield for $15.7 Billion
Even in its home market of France, Unibail-Rodamco isn''t a well-known corporate name. But if it consummates a deal with Westfield, it will be the world''s second-largest mall operator by market capitalization.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Facebook to Give Countries a Chance to Tax Its Profits From Local Ads
Facebook plans to book more revenue in the countries where it sells ads, becoming the latest tech company to bow to pressure from nations to simplify its tax structure and potentially pay more income tax overseas.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. Ran $139 Billion Deficit In November
The federal budget deficit widened slightly in November as government spending exceeded tax collections, the Treasury Department said.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Net Neutrality: A Case Study With JetBlue and Amazon
On a JetBlue flight, you might notice something that looks like a net-neutrality boogeyman: prioritization of Amazon videos over other services on the airline''s in-flight Wi-Fi network. It isn''t a violation of net neutrality but it helps explain why some fear lifting such rules will harm the internet, and why others aren''t worried at all.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Electric-Vehicle Boom Is a Boon for Coal King Glencore
Glencore, long known as one of the world''s dominant coal traders, in a twist is finding itself the beneficiary of the greening of the global economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

20% vs. 22%: The Tension Over Two Points in the Corporate Tax Rate
As House and Senate lawmakers continue hashing out differences between their tax-overhaul bills, some are pushing a less-drastic cut in the corporate tax rate to find money for a variety of interests.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. Business Prices Rose Broadly in November
A gauge of U.S. business prices rose across a broad range of goods and services in November, a signal of building price pressures at a time when inflation has remained puzzlingly low.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

U.S. Producer Prices Rose Robustly in November
A gauge of U.S. business prices rose in November, pointing to emerging inflation pressure in the economy.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

How North Korea's Global Financing Web Works Around Sanctions
Researchers have identified a number of business transactions that they say show North Korea''s international financing web is more sophisticated than what was previously known.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

A Late 2017 Tax Plan Could Spell Trouble for Your 2018 Paycheck
The largest payroll group in America is raising a big concern about the new tax plan: There simply isn''t enough time to figure out withholding for 2018.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Cuomo Points to Tech Companies After New York Bombing Attempt
The immigrant who tried to set off a bomb strapped to his body in one of New York City''s busiest transit hubs Monday morning downloaded information from the internet on how to build such a device, according to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Saudi Aramco Ramps Up Spending to Over $40 Billion a Year
Saudi Arabian Oil Co. unveiled a plan to invest more than $40 billion a year in projects over the next decade, a significant expansion for the world''s largest energy company ahead of its expected public listing in 2018.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Forties Pipeline System Carrying Brent Crude to Be Shut for Weeks
One of Europe''s most important oil pipeline systems will be shut down for a 'matter of weeks,' said owner Ineos, sending a jolt into international oil prices as traders contemplated the loss of some North Sea oil supplies.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Thai Tycoon Makes Frothy Offer for Stake in Vietnam's Largest Brewer
One of Thailand''s richest tycoons is looking to buy a quarter of Vietnam''s largest beer maker in a deal worth at least $2.25 billion, making his company the sole bidder wanting to buy a substantial stake.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

GE Probed Who Knew About Spare Jet for Immelt
General Electric Co. recently conducted an internal review into the flying of a spare business jet to accompany former Chief Executive Jeff Immelt, as it seeks to understand an unusual practice that went on for years and surprised investors when they learned of it in October.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Unemployment Back to Precrisis Level in Rich Countries
The rate of unemployment across the world''s developed economies finally returned to its pre-crisis level in October, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Mall Operator Westfield Agrees to Takeover Bid Valued at $16 Billion
Westfield, the Australia-based operator of shopping malls in the U.S., said it agreed to a takeover offer from European property company Unibail-Rodamco valuing it at $15.7 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Atos Makes $5 Billion Offer to Buy Gemalto
French IT services firm Atos is making an unsolicited bid to buy smart-card maker Gemalto, part of a broader wave of deals in the payment space as rivals join forces to cut costs.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Mall Operator Westfield Agrees to Takeover Bid Valuing It at $15.7 Billion
Westfield, the Australia-based operator of shopping malls in the U.S., said it agreed to a takeover offer from European property company Unibail-Rodamco valuing it at $15.7 billion.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Toshiba and Western Digital Resolve Dispute Over Chip Unit
Toshiba and Western Digital agreed to settle a dispute over the Japanese company''s planned sale of its memory-chip unit, clearing a major hurdle to the nearly $18 billion deal.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

NFL Network Suspends Three Former Players After Sexual-Harassment Allegations
The NFL Network has suspended three members of its on-air team—Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans—in response to allegations of sexual harassment made in a lawsuit by a former employee.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 12, 2017

Thai Tycoon Makes Frothy Offer for Stake in Vietnam's Largest Beer Maker
One of Thailand''s richest tycoons is looking to buy a quarter of Vietnam''s largest beer maker in a deal worth at least $2.25 billion, making his company the sole bidder wanting to buy a substantial stake.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2017

Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Accused of Sexual Misconduct
Mario Batali stepped down from the day-to-day operations of his restaurant-management company, saying some of his behavior ‘was wrong and there are no excuses.''

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2017

As the Fed Deliberates, Amazon Is Making Its Job More Difficult
Web-driven comparison shoppers are keeping a lid on inflation and weakening retailers'' pricing power, complicating the Federal Reserve''s deliberations on how much and how fast to raise interest rates.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2017

Samsung Heavy Industries Replaces CEO After Warning of Losses
Samsung Heavy Industries, the world''s third-largest shipyard by capacity, replaced its chief executive after warning of heavy losses that wiped away nearly a third of its market value.

Wall Street Journal US Business
Dec 11, 2017

Comcast No Longer Reviewing Deal For 21st Century Fox Assets
Comcast Corp. said it is no longer pursuing a deal to acquire several key media and entertainment assets from 21st Century Fox.

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