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Republicans stood on the verge of delivering the most significant changes to the U.S. tax code in more than three decades, after a series of last-minute deals appeared to clear the last big obstacles to passage next week.
A 37-page letter sent to Uber Technologies’ management in May that painted it as a paranoid firm with a sophisticated intelligence apparatus designed to gain an edge on rivals and trick regulators has been made public.
Procter & Gamble Co. will add activist investor Nelson Peltz to its board, conceding defeat in one of the biggest and most expensive proxy battles ever fought.
CSX lost about $4 billion in market value after Chief Executive Hunter Harrison was placed on medical leave, a stark reversal for investors who had shrugged off concerns earlier this year about the health of the renowned railroad turnaround artist.
Europe’s leading budget airline, Ryanair, said that it would recognize pilot unions, after weeks of tensions and the threat of strikes before Christmas.
A new rule requiring most big rigs to be equipped with electronic logs that record a driver’s time behind the wheel is triggering deep divisions in the trucking world and raising concerns that shipping goods could get more costly and complicated.
Space Exploration Technologies successfully launched a refurbished cargo capsule atop a previously used rocket toward the international space station, a milestone following its launch of the first private spacecraft to Earth orbit and back seven years ago.
The Federal Trade Commission has stepped up policing of product plugs and brand endorsements made by celebrities of social networks, enforcing deceptive-marketing rules that require them to disclose financial ties.
Shares in Hennes & Mauritz’s dropped more than 15% after the fashion retailer reported weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter sales.
Lockheed Martin is planning a return to the passenger-aircraft business after a two-decade gap with a new supersonic plane.
Walt Disney’s plan to buy a large portion of 21st Century Fox’s assets would double its 30% stake in Hulu and help as it takes on rival Netflix.
Federal Reserve Vice Chairman for Supervision Randal Quarles will recuse himself from participating in matters specific to Wells Fargo & Co., “to avoid even the potential appearance of a conflict of interest,” the central bank said Friday.
Software maker Adobe Systems’ solid performance should help as rising peer valuations will make investors pickier.
Republicans will make more of the child tax credit refundable in a last-minute concession to Sens. Marco Rubio and Mike Lee, potentially clearing one of the last big hurdles to passing the plan.
U.S. industrial production rose in November, boosted by a post-hurricane recovery in oil and gas extraction.
Airbus is hunting for a new chief executive to navigate it through a spell of heavy turbulence, with Europe’s largest plane maker facing investigations over alleged corruption and far-reaching departures among its senior ranks.
The spouses of highly skilled foreign workers would no longer be able to work legally in the U.S. under a regulatory change proposed by the Trump administration Thursday.
The railway’s chief executive, Hunter Harrison, has taken a medical leave of absence due to unexpected complications from a recent illness.
The National Labor Relations Board overturned an Obama-era ruling that potentially made it easier for contractors and workers at franchised businesses to form unions and collectively bargain with big corporations
The board of Xceligent Inc., one of the largest commercial real-estate data firms in the U.S., has filed for chapter 7 liquidation following a year-long legal battle with rival CoStar Group Inc. over alleged data theft.