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This Is Why Facebook Investors Must Care About the Cambridge Analytica Scandal
Facebook's stock gets shredded as investors digest the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Macy's makes some waves at a key industry conference.
Behind Facebook's Latest Legal Headache: DealBook Briefing  New York Times
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: NWL, QCOM, UTX, VFC, AAPL, FB, BABA ...
Newell Brands - The company behind consumer brand names like Rubbermaid and Sunbeam announced an agreement with investor Carl Icahn, who owns about 6.9 percent of Newell's shares.
Newell Brands Strikes Deal with Icahn  Wall Street Journal
Newell appoints four Icahn nominees to its board  Business Insider
AT&T and the government face off in court today. Here's everything you need to ...
White House intrigue. Silicon Valley-backed disruption. The future of the information economy. And the power of government to hold large and dominant companies accountable.
Analysts Confident as AT&T Antitrust Trial Begins  U.S. News & World Report
The US Vs. AT&T-Time Warner: Inside The M&A Trial Of The Decade  Benzinga
Global Markets Fall as Trade Tensions Rise, Fed Meeting Looms
Global stocks fell Monday as investors weighed the risks of escalating trade tensions and anticipated Jerome Powell's first policy meeting at the helm of the Federal Reserve later this week.
Signs that the economy's potential has strengthened might mean rates ...  CNBC
Powell Jumps in Driver's Seat as Fed Weighs Speed of Rate Hikes  Bloomberg
Asian Shares Mixed As Fed Meeting Looms
( - Asian stocks ended mixed on Monday as investors awaited the U.S. Federal Reserve's highly anticipated monetary policy decision due later in the week as well as new Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's first press conference for directional cues ...
GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares mixed, yen firm as anxious markets await Fed  Reuters
Japan lags peers as Asian shares close mixed before Fed meeting  CNBC
Google plans to boost Amazon competitors in search
Google may be assembling a supergroup of big retail brands to go to war with Amazon over the future of online shopping. Reuters is reporting that the search engine is teaming up with Target, Walmart, Home Depot, Costco and Ulta for the new project ...
The AI Method To Fighting Fleet Card Fraud
6 Most Important Things in Business Today  24/7 Wall St.
A firm bought assets from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Its CEO has now quit and ...
U.K.-based Micro Focus said it now expects revenue to fall between 6 and 9 percent for the twelve months ending October 31, 2018. Its CEO Chris Hsu quit the London Stock Exchange-listed company to "spend more time with his family and pursue another ...
Micro Focus CEO departure plunges shares by 56%  The Guardian
UK software firm Micro Focus suffers share price collapse  Space Daily
Amid Toys R Us closures, Staten Island shoppers search for sales
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- After Toys R Us announced last week it will close all of its 735 U.S. stores, Staten Islanders flocked to the toy chain and Babies R Us in New Springville on Sunday to use gift cards and snag deals.
It's Now Time To Buy The #1 REIT In The World  Seeking Alpha
The future of toys after Toys R Us  The Charlottesville Newsplex
Costco crook's getaway habit helped cops nab him red-handed
Caught in the act. Two thieves were busted right as they tried to leave a Seattle Costco with the stolen goods in their hands. Video shows the suspects open a back door and walk right into the waiting officers.
VIDEO: Police surprise thieves during getaway at Costco store  WLS-TV
World's Dumbest Shoplifters Literally Run Into The Police At Costco  HuffPost
China opts for policy continuity in new central bank chief
BEIJING (Reuters) - The appointment of central bank insider Yi Gang as the new People's Bank of China governor signals continuity in policymaking, even as Yi is expected to have less room than his predecessor to push for reforms as Beijing focuses on ...
Can China's New Central Banker Restart Reforms?  Wall Street Journal
China forms new economic team as President Xi kicks off second term  CNBC