EU Launches In-Depth Investigation Into Bayer-Monsanto Deal
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Bayer and Monsanto face an in-depth investigation by the European Union into their roughly $57 billion merger, throwing into doubt plans to complete the tie-up by the end of the year.
Wal-Mart Nears a Pilot Deal to Offer Customers Installment Loans
Affirm is in talks to offer installment loans to Wal-Mart customers, the latest sign of intensifying competition facing credit-card providers such as Synchrony.
H&R Block Names Former Uber Exec Jones CEO
H&R Block has tapped former Uber and Target executive Jeffrey Jones to revamp the 62-year-old tax preparer.
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Ford Plans Joint Venture to Make Electric Cars in China
Ford Motor will start a new company to make electric cars in China, as the world's largest auto market begins to shift decisively away from gasoline-powered vehicles.
Elliott Notches Win as BHP Eyes Sale of U.S. Shale Assets
Activist investors scored a victory after BHP Billiton said it was looking to sell its onshore U.S. oil-and-gas operations.
DSW Shares Jump on Sales Beat
DSW Inc. shares rose 20% in premarket trading Tuesday as the company posted its first positive same-store sales comparison in two years.
Captrust to Acquire Smaller Investment Advisory Rival
One of the country's largest investment advisory firms is acquiring a namesake firm from which it split two decades ago, a move that comes as the industry consolidates to combat an aging workforce and rising compliance costs.
Chinese Rival's Success With Volvo Sets Path for Great Wall's Pursuit of Jeep
The successful 2010 acquisition of Volvo by Geely, a then-little-known Chinese auto company, has helped fuel the ambitions of Great Wall, which has expressed interest in buying Jeep from Fiat Chrysler.
NFL, Tencent Aiming for China's Smartphone Screens
Pro football may rule big-screen TVs in the U.S., but it's the small screens of smartphones where the National Football League hopes to make its play in China.
Kleiner Perkins to Invest $40 Million in Toronto-Based Tulip.io
Online retail software firm Tulip.io has raised $40 million in a new round of venture-capital financing led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.
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August 22, 2017 11:15 ET (15:15 GMT)