Alphabet's Waymo, Lyft to Collaborate on Self-Driving Cars
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Ride-hailing startup Lyft and Waymo, the driverless car division of Google parent Alphabet, said they would work together to develop autonomous vehicle technology, dealing another potential blow to rival Uber Technologies Inc.'s ambitions.
Western Digital Takes Toshiba to Arbitration Over Joint Unit
Western Digital Corp. ratcheted up the pressure in its dispute with Toshiba Corp., filing a request for binding arbitration to prevent the company from selling its stake in operations jointly owned by the two companies.
Microsoft Claims Stolen U.S. Government Code Fuels Cyberattack
Microsoft said that the software used in the global cyber assault that began Friday came from code stolen from the U.S. National Security Agency, adding that the attack should serve as a wake-up call for governments over the risks of hoarding such digital weapons for use against their enemies.
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Katy Industries Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
Katy Industries Inc., a manufacturer of commercial cleaning and consumer storage products, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Sunday with a plan to sell its assets to an investment vehicle called Jansan Acquisition.
NASA's Mega-Rocket and Deep-Space Capsule Face Concerns
Sending astronauts to the moon and beyond is projected to pose particularly significant safety risks during re-entry and landing. Budget and production woes have further delayed NASA's human exploration program for deep space, with federal watchdogs raising fresh concerns about safety.
SoFi President Nino Fanlo to Leave Firm for Biotech Startup
Nino Fanlo, SoFi's president and chief financial officer, is leaving the firm at the end of the month to take over as finance chief at Human Longevity Inc., a four-year-old genomics company.
United's Cockpit Door Security Codes Inadvertently Revealed
United Continental Holdings Inc. sent out an alert about a breach in cockpit-door security procedures after a flight attendant mistakenly posted information that included access codes on a public website. The problem was subsequently fixed.
Western Firms Bet Big on China's Billion-Dollar Infrastructure Project
The "One Belt, One Road" infrastructure project is expected to open up new avenues for Western companies searching for growth opportunities outside their home markets-if they already have deep ties in China and the region.
More CEOs Are Getting Fired After an Ethical Lapse, Study Finds
Forced exits of corporate chieftains after a scandal or impropriety are becoming more common, even as CEO ousters overall become less frequent, a study by consulting firm Strategy& found.
SpaceX Launch Aims to Highlight Advances
If Elon Musk's SpaceX racks up another successful rocket launch this week, the blastoff could go a long way toward convincing critics that the company has recovered from a pair of explosions in 2015 and 2016.
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May 14, 2017 23:15 ET (03:15 GMT)