China Opens Cybersecurity Probe of Micron Amid Competition With U.S. Over Technology 

The move is likely to put global firms operating in China further on edge at a time of escalating tension between Beijing and Washington.

Justice Department, EPA Sue Norfolk Southern 

Government alleges that East Palestine, Ohio train derailment discharged hazardous substances that violate the Clean Water Act.

ChatGPT Banned in Italy Over Data-Privacy Concerns 

Italy's regulator ordered a temporary ban on OpenAI's ChatGPT, saying the chatbot has improperly collected and stored information.'s Property and Industrial Units Seek About $1 Billion Each in Hong Kong IPOs 

The Chinese e-commerce giant said it plans to spin off the two businesses through separate listings.

Bed Bath & Beyond stock sinks to record low after sales warning, large equity offering 

Bed Bath & Beyond stock tumbles after the company warns of a big sales miss and launches a large stock offering.

Huawei's Meng Steps Closer to U.S.-China Tech-War Front Line 

Meng Wanzhou, the telecom company's finance chief, is set to serve as rotating chairwoman, 18 months after securing her freedom in a prisoner swap.

Merdeka Battery Materials on Track to Price IPO at Top of Range 

Nickel miner Merdeka Battery Materials is likely to price its initial public offering at the top of its guided range, putting it on track to raise about $581 million in what would be Indonesia's third-largest listing this year.

Ford Raises Price Again on Electric F-150 Lightning Truck 

Auto maker has resumed full production of the truck after addressing a battery issue.

Virgin Orbit to Cut Workforce by 85% 

The satellite-launch company is cutting expenses after failing to secure meaningful funding.

Fed, Treasury Fine Wells Fargo for Sanctions Violations 

The $97.8 million fine is for violating U.S. sanctions by allowing a foreign bank to make prohibited transactions.


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