Morgan Stanley Courts Future Millionaires
In its largest acquisition since the financial crisis, Morgan Stanley is paying $900 million to acquire Solium, which manages the stock that corporate employees receive as part of their pay.
U.S. Campaign Against Huawei Faces Challenge in Eastern Europe
Governments in Europe's east, which have been courted by Beijing and promised investments, debate whether or not to ban Chinese tech giant Huawei.
Attorney for Tabloid Publisher Says Jeff Bezos Wasn't Blackmailed
An attorney for the chief executive of American Media countered allegations that the publisher of the National Enquirer tried to pressure the Amazon CEO with the release of embarrassing photos.
Boeing and Regulators Delay Jetliner Fixes Prompted by Lion Air Crash
Engineering and regulatory complications are expected to delay safety fixes covering hundreds of Boeing 737 MAX jets until at least April.
Vale Denied Having 'Upstream' Dams Ahead of Deadly Accident
Vale had denied owning the sort of mine-waste dam that collapsed last month and killed at least 150 people at one of its old mines in Brazil, underscoring the industry's reluctance to disclose information about such structures.
'The Lego Movie 2' Collapses at the Box Office
Hollywood looked to "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" to help it recover from a dismal January at the box office, but the Warner Bros. franchise failed to deliver.
Tesla Is Cranking Out Model 3s-Now It Has to Service Them
Tesla Model 3 owners face unusually long waits for repairs, a drawback to being a customer of an upstart company that has built a coveted luxury brand but is still learning some of the basics.
Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
Makers of household staples started raising prices last year on diapers, toilet paper and trash bags to offset higher commodity costs and boost profits. Executives are promising to raise even more prices this year.
Fortnite-Marshmello Mashup Showcases New Avenues for Games, Music
The videogame "Fornite" for 10 minutes put away its guns and transported players to a live virtual performance by Marshmello, in a pop-culture mashup that spoke not only to the game's popularity but to its potential as a stage for all kinds of entertainment.
Google Watching Its Cable Bills
Google parent Alphabet has been substantially slashing capital expenditures for its Other Bets segment that includes Google Fiber, the internet giant's stab at being a cable provider.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
February 11, 2019 07:15 ET (12:15 GMT)
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