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Saudi Money Flows Into Silicon Valley—and With It Qualms

Saudi Money Flows Into Silicon Valley—and With It Qualms

Silicon Valley faces a potentially unsettling fact following international backlash over Saudi Arabia’s alleged involvement in the possible murder of a journalist: The kingdom is now the largest single funding source for U.S. startups.

Published 1 month ago

Private-Equity Firm Abraaj Raised Billions Pledging to Do Good—Then It Fell Apart

Private-Equity Firm Abraaj Raised Billions Pledging to Do Good—Then It Fell Apart

Western investors piled into the Dubai-based Abraaj Group, whose founder, Arif Naqvi, pledged to make money by helping the poor in developing countries. Now it’s the world’s largest insolvent private-equity firm.

Published 1 month ago

Netflix Reports Strong Growth in New Users

Netflix Reports Strong Growth in New Users

Netflix exceeded expectations for adding new subscribers during the third quarter, reporting strong user growth in international markets.

Published 1 month ago

Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion in a Possible IPO

Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion in a Possible IPO

The ride-hailing company recently received proposals from banks valuing it at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering that could take place early next year.

Published 1 month ago

SEC to Rule NYSE, Nasdaq Didn’t Justify Market Data Fee Increases

SEC to Rule NYSE, Nasdaq Didn’t Justify Market Data Fee Increases

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday is expected to rule the country’s biggest exchanges didn’t justify increases in fees they charge for certain market-data products that brokers and traders consider essential to their business.

Published 1 month ago

Goldman, Morgan Stanley Show Wall Street Charging Ahead

Goldman, Morgan Stanley Show Wall Street Charging Ahead

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley both reported sharply higher third-quarter profits Tuesday, wrapping up a week of big-bank earnings reports that reflect the strength of a U.S. economy shrugging off geopolitical turmoil.

Published 1 month ago

House Races Tighten as Midterm Elections Near

House Races Tighten as Midterm Elections Near

In a year where Democrats are considered the favorites to win back control of the House, many of the races now tightening are in districts where President Trump won in 2016—but not by much.

Published 1 month ago

A Guide to Surviving the Longest Flight in the World

A Guide to Surviving the Longest Flight in the World

Even travelers who think they’ve seen it all need to board with a plan to endure the 18 hours of flying from the New York area to Singapore.

Published 1 month ago

Netflix subscriber growth shoots past estimates in Q3

Netflix subscriber growth shoots past estimates in Q3

Shares leap higher after earnings ease investor worries

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U.S. Stocks Surge, Erasing Some Recent Losses

U.S. Stocks Surge, Erasing Some Recent Losses

U.S. stocks soared, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average up more than 400 points, as gains in everything from technology firms to banks helped major indexes claw back recent losses.

Published 1 month ago

Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion in a Possible IPO

Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion in a Possible IPO

The ride-hailing company recently received proposals from banks valuing it at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering that could take place early next year.

Published 1 month ago

Lyft Picks Underwriters for IPO in 2019

Lyft Picks Underwriters for IPO in 2019

Ride-hailing firm Lyft recently selected underwriters for an IPO that is likely to take place in the first half of 2019. The firm’s valuation is expected to top the $15.1 billion it was valued at earlier this year.

Published 1 month ago

Goldman, Morgan Stanley Show Wall Street Charging Ahead

Goldman, Morgan Stanley Show Wall Street Charging Ahead

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley both reported sharply higher third-quarter profits Tuesday, wrapping up a week of big-bank earnings reports that reflect the strength of a U.S. economy shrugging off geopolitical turmoil.

Published 1 month ago

Saudi Backlash Threatens U.S. Startups

Saudi Backlash Threatens U.S. Startups

Silicon Valley faces a potentially unsettling fact following international backlash over Saudi Arabia’s alleged involvement in the possible murder of a journalist: The kingdom is now the largest single funding source for U.S. startups.

Published 1 month ago

Private-Equity Firm Abraaj Raised Billions Pledging to Do Good—Then It Fell Apart

Private-Equity Firm Abraaj Raised Billions Pledging to Do Good—Then It Fell Apart

Western investors piled into the Dubai-based Abraaj Group, whose founder, Arif Naqvi, pledged to make money by helping the poor in developing countries. Now it’s the world’s largest insolvent private-equity firm.

Published 1 month ago