U.S. Solar Shipments Hit by Import Ban on China's Xinjiang Region 
 

The U.S. solar industry is confronting fresh disruptions as U.S. officials crack down on human-rights abuses in a region of China that produces almost half the world's supply of a crucial component in solar panels.

 
Avaya's Collapsing Debt Deal Hits Clients of Goldman, JPMorgan 
 

The cloud-communications company cut its earnings forecast by more than 60% a few weeks after borrowing $600 million from the banks' investment clients.

 
Tesla, EV Makers Stand to Get Billions for Factories From Senate Bill 
 

Industry says new manufacturing requirements and income limits could jeopardize $7,500 tax credit for many buyers.

 
Carlyle Board Didn't Respond to CEO's Early Contract Proposal 
 

The precise reasons behind the board's unwillingness to negotiate with outgoing CEO Kewsong Lee aren't entirely clear, but his departure is exacerbating the underperformance of the private-equity firm's stock.

 
News Corp Posts Revenue Growth, Boosted by Dow Jones 
 

News publisher reports continued strength in advertising.

 
Oklahoma's Schusterman Family Faces Trial Over Oil Company's Bankruptcy 
 

KKR's soured buyout of Samson Resources is the subject of a bankruptcy-court trial starting next month over creditors' allegations they were defrauded.

 
National Australia Bank's Third-Quarter Profit Rose 
 

National Australia Bank Ltd., Australia's biggest business lender, recorded a rise in third-quarter profit, and reported that the majority of its customers were well placed to manage the challenges of higher inflation and interest rates.

 
Munich Re Holds Profit Guidance But  Warns on Investment Returns 
 

UPDATED: Munich Re maintained its net profit guidance for 2022 but warned of a lower return on investment, faced with a cooling economy and higher interest rates.

 
Carlsberg Upgrades Growth Outlook 
 

Carlsberg forecast post organic operating profit growth in a high single-digit-percentage this year, boosted by its business in Europe and Asia.

 
Deliveries of Boeing's 787 Dreamliner Set to Resume 
 

American Airlines said it expects to take its first delivery of a 787 Dreamliner as soon as Wednesday, its first after a long pause in deliveries of the jet that has created headaches for airlines and Boeing.

 
 

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