United Technologies to Buy Rockwell Collins for $23 Billion
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United Technologies reached a deal to buy airplane-parts maker Rockwell Collins for $23 billion, in the biggest aerospace deal in history.
Schneider Electric in Talks to Take Control of Aveva Group
France's Schneider Electric is in advanced talks to take control of British engineering software provider Aveva Group, according to people familiar with the matter, after previous talks to merge their software operations collapsed over terms.
Ernst & Young Cites Digital Push for Revenue Gain
Ernst & Young recorded global revenue of $31.4 billion in its latest fiscal year, up 6% from the previous year in U.S. dollar terms, the Big Four accounting firm said Monday evening.
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P&G Proxy Fight Pits Former Finance Chief Against Longtime Protégé
At P&G, the former finance chief and his handpicked successor are on opposing sides of a boardroom fight over how best to reinvigorate the company, a consumer-products giant that at one time boasted brands in nearly every aisle of the supermarket.
Banks Close $1.5 Billion Loan for Flagship Tower at Hudson Yards
The developer of the Hudson Yards complex on Manhattan's West Side has hit another milestone with a financing package for its flagship office building that will increase the money it has raised for the first phase of the sprawling project to more than $18 billion.
Carlyle Group Wins Guernsey Lawsuit Over Crisis-Era Bond Fund
A judge ruled in favor of Carlyle Group LP Monday in a lawsuit alleging the buyout firm didn't do enough to save a financial-crisis-era bond fund.
WTO Rules Washington State Support to Boeing Not a Prohibited Subsidy
The World Trade Organization on Monday reversed itself in a key case involving Boeing Co., deciding on appeal a local subsidy granted the U.S. plane maker didn't violate international trade rules.
Behind BlackRock's Cross-Selling Blitz
As part of a cross-selling push, BlackRock Inc. is pitching its clients the services of its Financial Markets Advisory business, which helped many of Wall Street's largest banks pass the Federal Reserve's annual stress tests last year.
Novartis CEO to Step Down In January
Novartis said its Chief Executive Joe Jimenez is to step down in January after leading the company through a tumultuous eight years marked by big patent expiries and intensifying scrutiny on drug pricing in the U.S.
Google Builds China Workforce to Develop Artificial Intelligence
The Alphabet-owned technology titan is ramping up its presence in the country through the hiring of engineers to work in one of tech sector's hottest corners.
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September 04, 2017 23:15 ET (03:15 GMT)