Blackstone Selling Vegas Casino, Firm's Most Profitable Property Deal 

Total profits after the sale would be about $4.1 billion, including cash flow from the property's operations.

Ford Recalls Certain Mustang Mach-E Electric SUVs Over Concerns Windshield, Panoramic Roof Could Detach 

The safety recall covers 2021 model-year vehicles for inadequate bonding of the glass panel parts, increasing the risk of injury.

Facebook Pauses Instagram for Kids 

The social-media app had faced criticism over a version for children it was developing that would be ad free and allow parents to monitor their children's activity.

Jim Justice Offers $300 Million Settlement Payment to Credit Suisse 

The West Virginia governor has offered a $300 million payment and half the value of his family coal businesses to settle loans from the now-defunct Greensill Capital, according to people familiar with the deliberations.

Evergrande Worries Help Fuel Selloff at Chinese Developer Sunac 

Investors sold down securities after a leaked document showed a Sunac China Holdings unit asking for government help to ease its liquidity difficulties.

Spotify Kicks Off Campaign to Win More Advertisers 

Spotify Technology began its first global brand campaign designed to court marketers as the audiostreaming giant tries to expand the revenue it collects from advertising.

Google Pushes to Overturn EU's $5 Billion Antitrust Decision 

Alphabet's Google argued that its Android operating system for mobile devices has boosted competition rather than stifled it.

Theranos Trial Jurors to Weigh if Investors Were Dupes or Savvy Speculators 

The bulk of criminal charges against founder Elizabeth Holmes allege she defrauded financial backers that include high-profile figures.

China Has New Way to Fight IP Theft Claims 

Chinese technology giants have seized on a new legal tactic to fight claims of intellectual property theft, raising concerns in the U.S. that Beijing's promises to strictly enforce patent and copyright laws will be undermined by Chinese courts.

China's Cnooc Plans Big Share Sale at Home as U.S. Delisting Looms 

Cnooc plans to raise more than $5 billion from a domestic share sale as it faces a possible delisting of its U.S. securities.


(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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