DOJ Preparing Legal Action Against Live Nation for Ticketing Practices
The Justice Department is preparing to take legal action against Live Nation Entertainment on allegations the company has sought to strong-arm concert venues into using its dominant Ticketmaster subsidiary.
Broadcom's New Signal Needs No Filter
Broadcom now defines wireless chips as outside of its core, which is viewed by some on Wall Street as equivalent to putting out the "For Sale" sign.
NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke to Depart Next Year
NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke is expected to step down by August, when his contract expires, and his most likely successor is Film and Entertainment Chairman Jeff Shell.
Global Food-Delivery Battle Heats Up With $4 Billion Deal
European food-delivery giant Delivery Hero has agreed to buy South Korean rival Woowa for $4 billion, heating up the global battle to meet growing consumer demand for delivered meals.
Ad Giant Dentsu Names Jacki Kelley as CEO of Americas
Dentsu Aegis Network, a unit of Japan's Dentsu, named agency and media veteran Jacki Kelley as chief executive of its Americas operations, succeeding Nick Brien.
Underwear Maker Hanesbrands Falls on Worries About Champion Brand
The company's shares slumped as analysts questioned how its Champion brand will be affected by changing fashion trends.
Henkel Hit After Profit Warning
Shares in Henkel fell sharply after the consumer-products company said it expected lower earnings for fiscal 2020, warning that investments in marketing and IT were weighing on its results.
Japan's Hoya Plans to Acquire NuFlare Technology for $1.35 Bln
Hoya Corp. plans to spend 147.72 billion yen to acquire all shares of NuFlare Technology Inc., a maker of semiconductor manufacturing equipment.
Liberty Media Seeks to Increase Stake in iHeartMedia
An affiliate of John Malone's Liberty Media is seeking Justice Department permission to buy a larger piece of iHeartMedia, according to people familiar with the matter.
Oracle Won't Return to Dual-CEO Structure
The software company, which reported higher profit and flat revenue, won't return to a dual-CEO structure after the death this year of co-Chief Executive Mark Hurd.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
December 13, 2019 17:15 ET (22:15 GMT)
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