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The software company says the deal “is fundamentally good for gamers” and wouldn’t threaten competition in the industry.
Ross Gerber, a shareholder in Twitter and Tesla, says he has been approached to put more money into the social-media platform.
The company is looking at how to limit the security and business impact from allowing the so-called sideloading of apps, according to people familiar with the matter.
More than a third of voters say inflation is causing them major financial strain.
The short-video app is making big efforts to separate from Beijing-based ByteDance, but it is still hiring staff in China for key functions.
The social-media platform also blocked the official account of rival platform Mastodon, the latest instance of it making content or user decisions under Elon Musk without much transparency.
Avaya Holdings is nearing a chapter 11 bankruptcy filing to restructure its balance sheet as it looks to turn around its business and move past problems surrounding the company’s accounting, people familiar with the matter said.
Shares of software company rise as current-quarter profit estimates come in ahead of Wall Street views.
The carrier is the latest to tighten requirements after loyalty programs ballooned in size during the pandemic.
Countries in the bloc are set to start collecting additional taxes in 2024 under a long-stalled global deal, after Hungary and Poland dropped their objections.
The proposed ban comes amid delays in U.S. negotiation to secure data gathered by the popular Chinese-owned video app.
The measure aimed at Yangtze Memory Technologies comes as U.S.-China tensions are on the rise.
New York will ban the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores, joining other states in restricting animal sales as part of a push to help shut down large breeders in the Midwest.
November retail sales fell 0.6% for the biggest decline this year, and manufacturing output had its first drop since June.
The central banks of the eurozone, the U.K. and Switzerland increased interest rates by 0.5 point, following the Federal Reserve in slowing the pace of increases as inflation edges lower across advanced economies.
Corporate travel still isn’t fully back, but instead airlines are seeing increased demand from leisure travelers willing to spend more for extra legroom and other perks.
Prosecutors and regulators alleged this week that the crypto exchange’s founder stole billions of dollars from customers.
U.S. unemployment filings, a proxy for layoffs, declined to the lowest level since late September, a sign the labor market remains tight.
CubicPV is planning a factory in the U.S. to produce silicon wafers for solar panels, a component almost entirely controlled by China.
The entrepreneur’s approach is getting new scrutiny now that he owns the social-media platform where he has been a super user for years.
The Big Four auditor might tap private markets to reduce its borrowing costs.
The Federal Reserve brushed aside recent good news on prices, revising its interest-rate path up and economic growth down.
U.S. prosecutors, in an indictment unsealed Tuesday, accused the crypto exchange’s founder of a scheme to defraud customers and his hedge fund’s lenders.
The order, worth an estimated $30 billion before customary discounts, is a win for the plane maker after a streak of manufacturing and regulatory setbacks.
U.S. inflation eased significantly to 7.1% in November, its slowest pace since the end of 2021, the Labor Department said Tuesday.
Inflation report showed costs for food and shelter rising, but at slower rates than previous months.
Brussels gives tentative approval to U.S. surveillance-rule changes, as part of pending deal to allow businesses to transfer European data across the Atlantic.
The Fed remains on track to lift interest rates by 0.5 percentage point on Wednesday to fight high inflation, but two straight months of moderating price pressures could complicate officials’ deliberations over how high to raise rates early next year.
The shot combined with a Merck immunotherapy reduced the risk of relapse in people with skin cancer in a study, Moderna said.
It isn’t just about getting employees into the office when you tell them to. It’s about making sure they are productive and creative.
Sen. Marco Rubio and Rep. Ro Khanna are proposing steps to force federal-agency leaders to take the lead in preventing future shortfalls.
The European Union agreed to impose a tax on imports based on the greenhouse gases emitted to make them, inserting climate-change regulation for the first time into the rules of global trade.
Investors are scooping up rights to back catalogs of top YouTubers, betting they will increase in value as creators build bigger audiences.
A federal judge dismissed a copyright suit against the singer, ending a case that had wound through the courts for five years.
The role of the coalition that worked with Twitter before Mr. Musk took ownership of the company had become unclear.
The FTX founder was taken into custody after the U.S. filed criminal charges. He was scheduled to testify Tuesday before Congress in a hearing probing the collapse of the crypto exchange.
Equities and fixed-income markets have diverged in December, suggesting that investors’ preoccupation with inflation is fading.
The purchase of Horizon Therapeutics is the biggest this year by a major drugmaker seeking new sources of revenue to offset impending patent expiries.
The departure of three senior vice presidents comes as Broadcom is seeking to acquire the software company for $61 billion.
News Corp named veteran U.K. journalist Emma Tucker as the next editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal, succeeding Matt Murray, who oversaw its digital growth and guided the news organization through the pandemic.
Spending rose in November from a year earlier as tax receipts dropped.
Company is facing a tougher environment with lower freight rates and mounting macroeconomic headwinds.
The cloud-based business-spend management platform said its shareholders will be paid $81 a share, which represents a 77% premium to Coupa’s closing price Nov. 22, the last full trading day before media reports of a potential takeover surfaced.
Cracks are beginning to emerge among officials over how stubborn inflation has become. Some expect it to cool steadily next year and want to stop raising rates soon, while others worry it won’t ease enough.
The deal brings together one of the U.S.’s biggest tech companies with Europe’s biggest market exchange.
At least hundreds of fans were turned away from Bad Bunny’s Mexico City show on Friday because security officers thought their tickets were fake.
The utility company that provides electricity and natural gas to about 16 million Northern Californians is limited in its ability to raise debt and equity.
Peter Taylor, an American who helped the former Nissan chief flee Japan, says his 14-month term left him with a limp and vitamin D deficiency.
The electric-vehicle maker said it wants to focus on its existing commercial-van business, as well as retail sales of trucks and SUVs.
The U.S. biotech company was the last of three suitors standing in an auction for the drugmaker. A deal would likely be valued at well over $20 billion and mark the largest healthcare merger of the year.