Under Armour Taps Bergman to Be CFO
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Under Armour Inc. named a new finance chief and a digital product leader Monday as the sportswear maker shuffled its executive ranks and continued a restructuring effort during a sales slump.
Merrill Lynch Says It Will Remain in Broker Recruiting Pact
Merrill Lynch will remain part of a recruiting pact that its biggest competitors have recently abandoned, a move that may help with retaining and recruiting when Wall Street brokerages are under threat from independent rivals.
Montana Is Latest State to Sue Purdue Pharma Over Opioid Crisis
Montana has become the latest state to sue Purdue Pharma LP for its alleged role in the opioid crisis, as the maker of OxyContin presses for joint talks with states to resolve similar, widespread accusations.
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Cadillac Marketing Chief Leaving Luxury Brand
The marketing chief for General Motors Co.'s Cadillac division is leaving the luxury brand following a four-year turnaround effort has seen U.S. market share slide, even as the brand grows rapidly in China.
Oprah Winfrey Sells Part of Stake in OWN Network to Discovery
Discovery Communications is taking majority control of OWN, the cable network it co-owns with Oprah Winfrey.
'House of Cards' Will Return on Netflix, Without Spacey
"House of Cards" will return on Netflix for one more season, ending speculation that the sexual harassment scandal that led to the firing of actor Kevin Spacey would also end the political drama.
The CVS-Aetna Gamble: a Health-Care Giant Not Built Around Doctors
CVS Health and Aetna say their combination will result in better care and convenience and lower costs. But the merged company will lack a strong foundation of the people with the most power to achieve those goals.
Real Estate Developer Woodbridge Group Files for Bankruptcy
Real-estate developer Woodbridge Group has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it grapples with questions about its fundraising practices from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Pressing for a Deal, Broadcom Wants to Remake Qualcomm Board
After a failed attempt to buy Qualcomm, Broadcom unveiled the names of 11 new directors it wants appointed to Qualcomm's board, while emphasizing it would rather talk to the company about a deal.
Apple Agrees to Deal With Ireland Over $15 Billion Unpaid Tax Issue
Ireland will begin collecting $15.46 billion in back taxes from Apple as soon as early next year after both sides agreed to the terms of an escrow fund for the money, Ireland's finance chief said.
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December 04, 2017 21:15 ET (02:15 GMT)