Trump Campaign Sues New York Times Over Opinion Piece
President Trump's campaign filed a libel lawsuit against the New York Times, accusing it of knowingly publishing false and defamatory statements in an opinion piece on the 2016 election and Russia.
Disney's New CEO Described as a Number-Crunching Tactician
Bob Chapek, now at the helm of Walt Disney, is described by those who have worked with him as a skilled tactician who identifies targets and looks for ways to achieve his metrics.
Tech Platforms Aren't Bound by First Amendment, Court Rules
A federal appeals court in California ruled that privately operated internet platforms are free to censor content they don't like.
SoftBank's Rajeev Misra Used Campaign of Sabotage to Hobble Internal Rivals
The man atop the world's biggest tech fund paid for a campaign that included negative news stories, a concocted shareholder campaign and a sexual trap, people familiar with the matter say. A Misra spokesman said he did not orchestrate the effort.
Nestlé Halts Trips Abroad as Other Companies Add Travel Curbs
As fears rise over Covid-19's spread, companies are canceling business travel and off-site events around the globe and devising contingency plans for more employees to work remotely.
FTC Rejects Planned Coal Joint Venture by Peabody, Arch
U.S. regulators voted to block a plan from mining companies Peabody Energy and Arch Coal to combine their operations in a major coal-production region, saying it would limit competition and raise prices.
Uber's Food-Delivery Boss Leaving Company
The departing Jason Droege will be succeeded at Uber Eats by the head of its international rides business, Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty.
Papa John's Sees Higher Sales After Tough Stretch
Papa John's said it believes comparable sales, or those from restaurants open for at least a year, will rise 2.5% to 5% this year in the U.S. and Canada.
European Airline Share Rout Continues on Oil Hedging, Coronavirus Fears
European carriers' shares were on track for their biggest weekly declines in years, as investors feared they could be hurt more severely by falling oil prices than their U.S. counterparts.
Blackstone Bets Big on U.K. Student Housing, Acquiring IQ for $6 Billion
The U.S. buyout giant's move comes as an early but significant sign of a rebound in European deal-making this year despite a global slowdown.
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