Airlines Seeking Federal Aid Can't Share Flights 

Initial rules governing airlines' access to federal aid require carriers to maintain certain levels of service and won't allow any coordination that would violate antitrust strictures.

Xerox to End Hostile Takeover Bid for HP 

Xerox is pulling the plug on its hostile bid to buy larger rival HP after the coronavirus pandemic undermined the copier maker's ability to pull off the debt-laden merger.

Marriott Reveals Breach That Exposed Data of Up to 5.2 Million Customers 

Marriott International is investigating a data breach that exposed up to 5.2 million customers' personal information, at least the third cyber incident for the hotel giant in the past 18 months.

Apple Commits to Paying Contractors 

The tech giant said it plans to pay its hourly contract workers after some janitors at their Silicon Valley campus were told their jobs were being suspended without pay.

News Corp to Sell News America Marketing Unit 

News Corp agreed to sell News America Marketing, its coupon-publishing unit, for about $235 million in cash to the private-equity firm Charlesbank Capital Partners.

Europe's Banks Urged to Cut Dividends to Shore Up Capital 

European banks are shoring up capital by canceling or delaying dividend payments amid concern about their ability to absorb a potential rush of bad loans as households and companies are impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Domino's Shows Even Coronavirus Standouts Face Pressure 

Delivery-focused restaurants are best-equipped to survive the coronavirus crisis, but an update from Domino's shows the road won't be easy.

Amazon Struggles to Find Its Coronavirus Footing. 'It's a Time of Great Stress.' 

The tech giant is dealing with mass absences and a restive workforce as it labors to keep up with a surge in demand. "This isn't business as usual," said Jeff Bezos.

Keystone XL Pipeline to Be Built With Alberta's Assistance 

The long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline to take oil from Canada into the U.S. heartland will move forward after the Alberta province agreed to help finance the project, pipeline operator TC Energy said.

Huawei Warns U.S. of Retaliation by Beijing; Profit Growth Slows 

The chairman of Huawei warned the U.S. to expect countermeasures from the Chinese government if it further restricts the technology giant's access to suppliers, as the company's profit last year grew at the slowest pace in three years.


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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