Goldman Sachs Vies for GM's Credit Card, Betting on Connected Cars 
 

The Wall Street firm is among a small number of bidders for the auto maker's credit-card business, which has about $3 billion in outstanding balances, according to people familiar with the matter. Barclays is also in the running.

 
Sumner Redstone, Media Mogul, Dies at 97 
 

Sumner Redstone, who turned his family's movie-theater company into a global media empire spanning television, movies, radio and books, and who famously proclaimed that "content is king," has died.

 
NFL Executive and League's Highest-Ranking Woman Steps Down 
 

NFL chief operating officer Maryann Turcke, the No. 2 at the league offices, is stepping down from her position as part of a broader shake-up inside the NFL's headquarters.

 
Off-Price Retailer Stein Mart Files for Bankruptcy 
 

National retailer Stein Mart Inc. has filed for bankruptcy with plans to permanently close most or all of its stores, becoming the latest distressed department store chain to succumb to the coronavirus pandemic.

 
Nautilus Is Too Pumped Up 
 

The Covid fitness-equipment boom has caused the company's stock to surge, but shareholders have reason to sweat.

 
Aerospace Suppliers Brace for Hard Landing 
 

Companies that make parts for Boeing and Airbus jets, and provide airlines with everything from engine spares to window shades, are shrinking rapidly in the wake of the pandemic-driven travel downturn.

 
Qualcomm Seeks 5G Riches After Bruising Antitrust Battle 
 

Qualcomm's legal victory in a high-stakes battle with the U.S. government raises the opportunity for the smartphone chip giant to enjoy a period of relative calm and growth propelled by rising appetite for new 5G handsets.

 
Rapid-Response Covid-19 Test Makers Face Outsize Demand 
 

Doctors, nursing homes and federal officials are scrambling to get rapid-response Covid-19 antigen testing supplies from the two companies that secured emergency approval to produce them.

 
Tencent Will Struggle in the Greatest Game of All 
 

Gaming helped Tencent deliver a record quarter, but its new opponent is unlikely to play nice.

 
Two U.S. Agencies Examining Investments Sold by Crowdfunding Site YieldStreet 
 

Two U.S. agencies are looking into investments sold by YieldStreet, an online platform that pitches itself as giving people the chance to get in on deals usually reserved for the largest investors.

 
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

August 12, 2020 11:00 ET (15:00 GMT)

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