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Walmart E-commerce Boss Marc Lore to Leave

Walmart E-commerce Boss Marc Lore to Leave
Marc Lore, the e-commerce entrepreneur who ran Walmart Inc.’s counter attack against...

Derby’s Take: Lots of Life Left in Fed’s Bond Buying, Central...

Derby’s Take: Lots of Life Left in Fed’s Bond Buying, Central Bank Officials Say
Top Federal Reserve officials have been driving home in comments that they see no looming shift in the...

Airlines, FAA Tighten Security Ahead of Biden Inauguration

Airlines, FAA Tighten Security Ahead of Biden Inauguration
Airlines are preparing for heightened tensions ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration next week,...

Delta Looks Toward Recovery After Dark Pandemic Winter

Delta Looks Toward Recovery After Dark Pandemic Winter
Delta Air Lines Inc. said it is hunkering down for a long,...

Departing Antitrust Chief Backs Changes to Strengthen Enforcement

Departing Antitrust Chief Backs Changes to Strengthen Enforcement
WASHINGTON—The Justice Department’s antitrust chief,...

Cisco Agrees to New Deal to Buy Acacia for $115 a...

Cisco Agrees to New Deal to Buy Acacia for $115 a Share
Cisco Systems Corp. said Thursday that it has struck a new deal...

Google Closes Fitbit Deal, Surviving Regulatory Scrutiny

Google Closes Fitbit Deal, Surviving Regulatory Scrutiny
Google has completed its $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit Inc. after facing...

TSMC to Spend Up to Record $28 billion in Advanced Chips,...

TSMC to Spend Up to Record $28 billion in Advanced Chips, Capacity
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. , a key chip supplier to Apple Inc., plans...

Twitter CEO Defends Trump Ban but Voices Concern Over Precedent

Twitter CEO Defends Trump Ban but Voices Concern Over Precedent
Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Jack Dorsey defended the company’s decision to ban President Trump’s...

Car-Safety Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158,000 Vehicles

Car-Safety Regulators Urge Tesla to Recall Around 158,000 Vehicles
Federal regulators are asking Tesla Inc. to recall about 158,000 vehicles over...
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