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A trial challenging the merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint will test the federal government's dominant role in deciding whether corporate rivals can join forces.
The S&P 500 is having its best run in six years, but individual investors are fleeing stock funds at the fastest pace in decades.
Investors and policy makers are bracing for new disruptions to short-term cash markets going into the end of the year.
A microlending business of Chinese tech giant Ant has quietly swelled into one of China's largest providers of personal credit lines.
Big makers and users of plastic packaging are betting on a recycling technology that so far has failed take off as environmental pressures mount.
Hong Kong Airlines said it had worked out a rescue plan to let it keep flying after a near-collapse.
Tesco is considering selling its supermarket businesses in Thailand and Malaysia in deals that could value those operations at up to $9 billion.
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December 09, 2019 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
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