HD Supply Sells Waterworks Division
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Clayton, Dubilier & Rice struck a $2.5 billion deal to buy HD Supply Holding Inc.'s waterworks division in the latest bet on future infrastructure spending.
Fox Buys Mobile Game Maker Aftershock
21st Century Fox is getting into the mobile videogame business, acquiring a company that is currently working on an adaptation of the movie "Avatar."
Amazon Fights Wal-Mart for Low-Income Shoppers
Amazon.com is dropping its Prime membership price for low-income shoppers, as it pursues a Wal-Mart stronghold.
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Volkswagen's Electric Effort Charges Up Rivals
Several state officials and auto makers are pillorying Volkswagen's plan to sell battery juice to Americans driving electric cars, contending the project more resembles an unfair government-backed windfall than penance for cheating on emissions tests.
Signet Says Operating Chief Resigns After Violating Company Policy
Signet Jewelers Ltd. said that its chief operations officer, who had been on the job just a few months, has resigned due to violations of company policy.
J.Crew Says Mickey Drexler to Step Aside as CEO
J.Crew Group Inc. said its longtime leader Mickey Drexler will step aside as chief executive and hand over those duties to an outsider, as the seller of preppy clothes struggles with a prolonged sales slump and hefty debt load.
Trump Hotels Sets Its Sights on Middle America With New Brands
The hotel company bearing the president's name is moving into a relatively modest segment of the U.S. hospitality market, courtesy of a pair of new brands designed to be less luxurious than its current locations.
Apple Unveils Smart Speaker Called HomePod
Apple revealed a voice-activated speaker on Monday, thrusting itself into the rapidly escalating fight between the biggest names in technology to control the home through a tabletop device.
Online Terrorist Propaganda Still a Challenge for Tech Companies
Terrorists are still successfully using the internet to communicate and recruit followers, despite progress by big tech companies in cracking down on the activity in recent years.
Alibaba's Fight for Data
Alibaba's recent fight with a big delivery company shows how reliant it is on customer data.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
June 06, 2017 09:15 ET (13:15 GMT)