Japan's SoftBank Wants Big Chunk of Uber, But at Steep Discount
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SoftBank Group is seeking a commanding stake in Uber Technologies, but the Japanese investor wants a steep discount.
FTC Probing Equifax Breach
The Federal Trade Commission is investigating the Equifax data breach, adding to the mounting investigations into the credit-reporting company since the attack was disclosed last week.
Dole Food Exploring a Sale
Dole Food Co. is exploring a sale, months after filing to go public, said people familiar with the matter.
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Oracle's Bet on Cloud Computing Drives Growth
With Oracle Corp.'s shares hitting all-time highs this summer, the company Thursday reported earnings that gave investors further reason for optimism about the company's efforts to reinvent itself.
Ford's Russia Joint-Venture Hires 700 New Workers
Ford Motor Co. is hiring about 700 new workers at its van and sport-utility factory in Russia, a sign that the country's long-suffering car market is starting to see signs of growth.
Verizon Looks to Cut $10 Billion in Costs by 2021
Verizon Communications is planning to cut $10 billion in spending from its operations over the next four years.
Former Google Employees Allege Bias Against Women
Three former Google employees filed a class-action complaint against the tech giant, alleging it discriminated against women in pay and promotions, building on a debate of whether gender bias is pervasive at Google.
Up Next for the United Tech-Rockwell Tie-Up: The Antitrust Ordeal
Questions are emerging over how antitrust authorities will treat the deal between United Technologies and Rockwell Collins, amid a debate over whether the tie-up will drive up costs in the aerospace industry.
Investor Backs Peltz in P&G Fight
Yacktman Asset Management entered the proxy fight against Procter & Gamble, backing the election onto the company's board of activist investor Nelson Peltz, who has pressed the consumer-goods company to restructure its business.
U.K. to Refer 21st Century Fox's Sky Takeover to Competition Regulators
The U.K. government said it would refer 21st Century Fox's $15.5 billion proposal to consolidate ownership of Sky to the country's competition authority on both broadcasting standards and media plurality grounds.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
September 14, 2017 17:15 ET (21:15 GMT)