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A contract dispute between satellite broadcaster Dish and TV-station operator Tegna has left millions of subscribers without programming from the major broadcast networks.
Shares of Tesla stumbled nearly 11% this week, booking their worst weekly percentage drop in over a year, after several Wall Street analysts signaled concerns about the stock.
The latest Federal Reserve minutes showed worries over the low level of inflation were the main reason policy makers stood pat on rates. If they were worried then, they may be more worried now.
A top Chinese central banker said the yuan exchange rate would become “more flexible,” suggesting China will continue to unwind its tight grip over its currency.
Yahoo and the NHL have barred employees from playing in paid fantasy-sports contests, moves that come amid questions over whether workers at big fantasy-sports companies have access to inside data.
SABMiller upped its cost-savings target by over $550 million, the London-based brewer’s latest attempt to underscore the strength of its business in the face of a takeover approach by Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Dow Jones disclosed that hackers had gained unauthorized entry to its systems, accessing contact information for current and former subscribers.
Wal-Mart said its financial chief, Charles Holley, will retire at the end of the year and will be replaced by Brett Biggs, most recently CFO of international operations.
A potential buyout of EMC by Dell could solve a long-standing problem for the data-storage giant: finding a successor to longtime Chief Executive Joe Tucci.
Peru is serving as a symbol of downgraded hopes across emerging economies buffeted by a collapse in commodity prices, the pullback in China and an upswing in the dollar.
United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams is confident he won’t have a repeat rejection on a revised pact with Fiat Chrysler, arguing the new deal gives entry-level workers a “clearer path” to parity with higher-seniority workers.
A Delaware judge rejected the settlement of a shareholder lawsuit against Hewlett-Packard Co., saying the welter of litigation challenging corporate mergers has become a systemic problem.
If Dell does move to buy EMC, it will have to sell a huge debt issue. While that may be possible, a deal would zig while others are zagging.
The ill-fated expansion of the regional supermarket chain Haggen illustrates the difficulty antitrust enforcers face in orchestrating deals to preserve competition that would otherwise disappear because of a merger.
Dell is pressing ahead with partner Silver Lake on a $50 billion-plus acquisition of data-storage giant EMC, a bold but risky deal that would require massive debt financing at a time when credit markets have become less hospitable to mergers.
The United Auto Workers union will use the promise of higher wages for entry-level workers and more clarity on future vehicle production to rally skeptical rank-and-file members to support a contract with Fiat Chrysler.
Prices for imported goods fell for the third straight month in September—slipping 0.1%—in a reminder of how a strong dollar and slower overseas growth is weighing on inflation.
Investigators looking into last year’s data breach and theft of drivers’ records from Uber Technologies have found indictions implicating an executive at rival ride-hailing app Lyft.
Maersk Line says the fragmented container-shipping industry has taken a step forward with the introduction of giant shipping alliances, but consolidation is needed as demand looks set to stay in the doldrums.