• Feds Considering Criminal Charges Against Opioid Makers, Distributors
    "The investigation... could become the largest prosecution yet of drug companies alleged to have contributed to the opioid epidemic," according to a report.
  • Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade Take Stock And Merge in $26B Deal
    The agreement will create the largest entity in the brokerage business should it pass antitrust review and close, as expected, in the second half of 2020.
  • LVMH's Courtship Of Tiffany Results In $16.2B Deal
    LMVH is paying $135 per share, which is more than 50% higher than stock price before LVMH's interest emerged.
  • Musk Reveals Tesla's Futuristic Cybertruck At Glass-Shattering Event
    The demo went awry, with two cracked "armor glass" windows, as Tesla made its first foray into pickup trucks.
  • PayPal Paying $4B For Honey's 17M, Younger-Skewing Users
    Honey offers discount codes to about 30,000 online retailers, using the code with the biggest discount at checkout.
  • New York, California, AMA Attack Juul's Marketing As Trump Retreats
    Both states are suing Juul for targeting young people with "deceptive and misleading marketing of its e-cigarettes."
  • T-Mobile CEO Legere Says He's Handing Over 'The Magenta CEO Reigns'
    Legere protege Mike Sievert, currently president and COO, will take over as T-Mobile CEO May 1.
  • HP Turns Down Xerox's Proposal But Leaves Door Open For Due Diligence
    "HP pressed for access to Xerox's books as a step toward any potential combination," noted a report.
  • Barred From Singing Old Songs, Taylor Swift Rallies Fans On Social Media
    Swift enlisted her considerable base of consumers in a battle against her erstwhile record label, Big Machine, and both its new and former owners.
  • Google Readying Smart Checking Accounts As Fintech Backlash Rises
    "Checking accounts could offer Google plenty of new consumer data, including how much people are paid [and] how much they spend," notes one report.
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