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Lyft Picks Underwriters for Offering

Lyft Picks Underwriters for Offering

Ride-hailing firm Lyft recently selected underwriters for an IPO that is likely to take place in the first half of 2019. The firm’s valuation is expected to top the $15.1 billion it was valued at
Postmates Interviews Banks for IPO

Postmates Interviews Banks for IPO

Food-delivery company Postmates recently interviewed banks for roles on an initial public offering, which is likely to take place in the first half of 2019.
Saudi Money Flows Into Silicon Valley, and With It Qualms

Saudi Money Flows Into Silicon Valley, and With It Qualms

Silicon Valley faces a potentially unsettling fact following international backlash over Saudi Arabia’s alleged involvement in the possible murder of a journalist: The kingdom is now the largest
Google Will Charge Phone Makers to Pre-Install Apps in Europe

Google Will Charge Phone Makers to Pre-Install Apps in Europe

Alphabet’s Google will start charging device manufacturers fees to pre-install Google apps on devices running the company’s Android operating system in Europe.
U.S. Job Openings Topped 7 Million for the First Time

U.S. Job Openings Topped 7 Million for the First Time

American employers had more than seven million unfilled jobs for the first time on record this summer, a number eclipsing unemployed workers by a record 902,000.

Omnicom Gets a Boost from Increase in Client Spending

Advertising giant Omnicom Group reported better-than-expected earnings, easing investor concerns over the advertising industry’s ability to weather technological disruption.
Federal Judge Approves Musk, Tesla Settlements With SEC

Federal Judge Approves Musk, Tesla Settlements With SEC

A federal judge approved settlements between Elon Musk, Tesla and securities regulators over the chief executive’s August tweet saying he had secured funding to take the auto maker private.
U.S. Manufacturing Capacity Increases for 16th Month in a Row

U.S. Manufacturing Capacity Increases for 16th Month in a Row

U.S. manufacturers increased their capacity for the 16th straight month in September, fresh evidence that a strengthening economy is helping to propel an industrial rebound.
By Adding Patents, Drugmaker Keeps Cheaper Humira Copies Out of U.S.

By Adding Patents, Drugmaker Keeps Cheaper Humira Copies Out of U.S.

Cheaper copies of the world’s biggest-selling drug will roll out across Europe after a key European patent for Humira expires, but U.S. patients and insurers will have to wait to access less-expensive
The New Movie Soundtrack: A Spotify Playlist

The New Movie Soundtrack: A Spotify Playlist

Independent movie studio A24 is releasing the music to the new film “Mid90s” as a playlist on Spotify, rather than as an album distributed by a record label.
Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion Ahead of Possible IPO

Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion Ahead of Possible IPO

The ride-hailing company recently received proposals from banks valuing it at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering that could take place early next year.
Walmart's Largest Acquisition Ever Will Dent Retailer's Profit

Walmart's Largest Acquisition Ever Will Dent Retailer's Profit

Walmart lowered its profit targets and said it would open just 10 new U.S. stores next fiscal year, as the world’s biggest retailer digests its $16 billion Flipkart acquisition and focuses on
What's a Service Business? That's the Multibillion-Dollar Tax Question

What's a Service Business? That's the Multibillion-Dollar Tax Question

Companies with a 20% tax cut on the line ask the IRS to loosen proposed rules for how much services they can provide before becoming a service business.
Prescription Drugs Power Johnson & Johnson Results

Prescription Drugs Power Johnson & Johnson Results

Johnson & Johnson reported higher revenue and profit for the third quarter, as improved pharmaceutical sales helped offset weakness in its medical-device business.
Apple 'Deeply Apologetic' Over Account Hacks in China

Apple 'Deeply Apologetic' Over Account Hacks in China

Apple apologized over the hacking of some Chinese accounts in phishing scams, almost a week after it emerged that stolen Apple IDs had been used to swipe customer funds.
Audi Settles Diesel Engine Probe for Almost $1 Billion

Audi Settles Diesel Engine Probe for Almost $1 Billion

Audi agreed to pay a fine of $927 million to settle a German fraud investigation related to diesel engines that contained illegal software to manipulate emissions.
Sharing More Than Just Rides in Car-Maker Alliances

Sharing More Than Just Rides in Car-Maker Alliances

Auto makers are increasingly partnering with each other and their would-be rivals in Silicon Valley to pursue new ventures in self-driving cars.
Brexit Could Press European Companies to Move Financial Contracts

Brexit Could Press European Companies to Move Financial Contracts

European companies could be forced to move financial instruments worth billions of euros as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.
IBM's Nascent Revenue Streak Is at Risk

IBM's Nascent Revenue Streak Is at Risk

Here is what to expect from IBM’s third-quarter results Tuesday.
Paul Allen, Microsoft Co-Founder, Helped Pioneer the PC Industry

Paul Allen, Microsoft Co-Founder, Helped Pioneer the PC Industry

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died just two weeks after revealing that a cancer he successfully received treatment for several years ago had returned.