Martin Shkreli Found Guilty in Securities-Fraud Trial
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A federal jury in Brooklyn, N.Y., found Martin Shkreli guilty of three counts related to securities fraud and acquitted him of five others, following a five-week trial that laid bare the former pharmaceutical executive's business practices.
Google Is Developing Technology for Snapchat-Like Media Content
Google is developing technology to let publishers create visual-oriented media content along the lines of Snapchat's "Discover," upping the ante in a race among tech giants to dominate news dissemination on smartphones.
Wells Fargo Expected to Face More Regulatory Sanctions
Wells Fargo is expected to face further regulatory sanctions due to its latest scandal over improperly charging customers for certain auto insurance.
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Former VW Compliance Executive Pleads Guilty in Emissions Case
A former Volkswagen compliance executive pleaded guilty to criminal charges stemming from his role in the German auto maker's yearslong emissions-cheating deception.
Toyota Gets on Trump's Good Side With $1.6 Billion Factory
Toyota and Mazda said they would buy $455 million stakes in one another and team up on a $1.6 billion U.S. factory.
ADP Takes Swipe at Ackman, Setting Stage for a Fight
ADP launched a broadside against William Ackman in what is shaping up to be a nasty fight over the human-resource software giant's leadership.
Blue Apron Shares Plunge on Layoff Notice
Blue Apron Holdings's stock fell to a record low after the meal-kit company said it would close a New Jersey fulfillment center, eliminating or relocating roughly a quarter of its workforce.
Elliott's NXP Stake Pushes Qualcomm to Raise Bid
Elliott Management Corp. disclosed a 6% stake in NXP Semiconductors NV, a signal it plans to push Qualcomm Inc. to raise its $39 billion offer to acquire the world's largest developer of chips for automobiles.
Saudi Aramco in Talks to Buy PetroChina Refinery Stake
Saudi Aramco is in talks to purchase a stake in one of PetroChina's refineries, in a deal that could be valued at as much as $2 billion.
Potbelly Hangs 'For Sale' Sign
Sandwich maker Potbelly Corp. is considering putting itself up for sale, making it the latest restaurant chain to run into trouble as Americans dine out less.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
August 04, 2017 17:15 ET (21:15 GMT)