Uber Faces Investigation of Possible Foreign-Bribery Law Violations
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The Department of Justice has taken preliminary steps to investigate whether managers at Uber Technologies Inc. violated a U.S. law against foreign bribery, according to people familiar with the matter.
It's Official: Warren Buffett Made About $13 Billion on Bank of America Deal
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. officially became the biggest shareholder of Bank of America Corp. on Tuesday, notching billions in gains on the bank's recovery from the financial crisis.
Apple App Store's Chinese Customers Get New Way to Pay
The U.S. tech giant is allowing Chinese customers to use Tencent's popular local mobile-payment system WeChat Pay for purchases in its App Store, underscoring the expanding reach of the Chinese service.
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Messaging-App Kik's Big Bet on a Digital Coin Offering
Messaging-app Kik Interactive aims to raise $125 million through a so-called initial coin offering in September, one of the first established companies to step into the mushrooming but speculative market for these digital tokens.
Amazon Looks to Whole Foods to Boost Online Grocery Shopping
Its acquisition of the grocery chain is providing a new impetus for online grocery shopping, which has been slow to catch on for various reasons.
Toyota Grabs Bigger Piece of Ride-Hailing Action
The Japanese auto giant plans to dive deeper into the ride-hailing business by teaming up with Singapore-based startup Grab.
Hyundai Motor Hits Political Speed Bump
Hyundai Motor was forced into a week-long suspension of production in China, as a political dispute between Beijing and Seoul wreaks havoc at the Korean auto maker.
Beijing Shows Its Power With China's Latest Megamerger
The combination of the country's leading coal miner and power producer is the clearest sign yet of Chinese leaders' desire to enhance the role of big state-owned companies.
Abbott Releases New Software Updates for Pacemakers
Abbott Laboratories released new software updates designed to protect hundreds of thousands of implanted pacemakers from external hacking and to guard against dangerous battery depletions in a different cardiac device linked to two patient deaths.
Peabody Wants to Be Dropped From Climate Change Lawsuits
Coal producer Peabody Energy Corp. says its recent emergence from bankruptcy shields it from lawsuits brought by three coastal California communities against fossil fuel companies over rising sea levels.
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August 30, 2017 07:15 ET (11:15 GMT)