• Taking Stock Of The Changing Market, Morgan Stanley Buys E-Trade
    It's an all-stock, $13 billion, deal that its own investors are wary about.
  • Burger King Entices With Moldy Burger, Wilting Lettuce, Rotting Tomato
    The ad promotes the fact that chain has removed artificial ingredients from "core menu sandwiches and sides."
  • Bed Bath & Beyond CEO Tritton Talks About Plans For Streamlining
    The company is slashing inventory and selling its ecommerce flower and gifts business, Personalization.com.
  • Dairy Farmers Of America Strikes $425M Deal With Dean Foods
    Dean filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in November, struggling to attract consumers who have turned to nondairy milk or private-label products.
  • Judge Grants Amazon's Request For Microsoft To Stop Work On DOD Contract
    Amazon maintains President Trump personally intervened in the awarding of the contract because of his animosity toward the company and its founder, Jeff Bezos
  • Andy Rubin's Essential Products Pulls Plug On Project Gem, Shuts Down
    Company released just one smartphone, the Essential Phone, whose unique notch design was quickly knocked off.
  • Launching Antitrust Investigation, FTC Wants Info On Big Tech's Smaller Deals
    Probe "likely will involve hundreds of transactions that never drew federal scrutiny because they were under the dollar-value threshold for antitrust review," says report.
  • Federal Judge Reportedly Will Approve T-Mobile, Sprint Merger
    Sources say approval is imminent, and will lift the final roadblock to the $26.5 billion deal.
  • Neeleman Expects To Launch Low-Cost Breeze Airways By End Of 2020
    Billed as the "world's nicest airline," Breeze will be flying passengers between underserved mid-size cities.
  • T-Mobile Reports Stellar Quarter As It Awaits Decision On Sprint Merger
    Verdict in antitrust trial could have far-reaching impact if merger is killed, showing state officials can block deals independently of feds.
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