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Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Giving Its Intellectual Property to Intel

Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Giving Its Intellectual Property to Intel

Qualcomm accused Apple of funneling proprietary information about the chip supplier’s technology to rival Intel, broadening a long-running legal battle between two companies central to the smartphone industry.

Published 2 months ago

Mnuchin’s Fight With Activists Inspired Community Reinvestment Act Revamp

Mnuchin’s Fight With Activists Inspired Community Reinvestment Act Revamp

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and OCC head Joseph Otting, who ran OneWest Bank, want to overhaul lending rules meant to combat redlining. Mr. Otting has said the plan would rationalize the process and make it harder to derail mergers, while groups worry the changes could hurt lower-income borrowers.

Published 2 months ago

White House Open to Testimony From Second Kavanaugh Accuser

White House Open to Testimony From Second Kavanaugh Accuser

The White House said Tuesday it was open to congressional testimony from a second woman who has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual aggression when he was a student.

Published 2 months ago

Health-Care Stocks Lead This Leg of Rally, After Tech Giants’ Stumbles

Health-Care Stocks Lead This Leg of Rally, After Tech Giants’ Stumbles

Health-care stocks are helping push major U.S. indexes to new highs as money managers have embraced the sector after technology stocks stumbled in September.

Published 2 months ago

Instagram’s Kevin Systrom on the Platform He Built for One Billion Users

Instagram’s Kevin Systrom on the Platform He Built for One Billion Users

After selling Instagram to Facebook, Systrom vaulted the platform past Snapchat and had been gearing up to take on YouTube. WSJ. Magazine interviewed the CEO before he announced his resignation.

Published 2 months ago

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

As motor-vehicle-related bike deaths have risen alarmingly in the last decade, the Tampa Bay metro area has proven to be the deadliest place for a cyclist. Now, state and local agencies hope to change that.

Published 2 months ago

Post Moonves, CBS Should Put More Women on TV

Post Moonves, CBS Should Put More Women on TV

The dearth of female-powered content at CBS threatens to hurt its business.

Published 2 months ago

Trump tells UN that Opec ‘ripping off’ the world

Trump tells UN that Opec ‘ripping off’ the world

President’s attack on oil producers comes as prices hit new four-year high

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Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Giving Its Intellectual Property to Intel

Qualcomm Accuses Apple of Giving Its Intellectual Property to Intel

Qualcomm accused Apple of funneling proprietary information about the chip supplier’s technology to rival Intel, broadening a long-running legal battle between two companies central to the smartphone industry.

Published 2 months ago

Trump to Call for International Trade Reforms in U.N. Speech

Trump to Call for International Trade Reforms in U.N. Speech

President Trump is expected to call for the reform of the international trade system in his second address to the U.N. General Assembly, and he will ask that countries collectively work to ensure that global trade works for the prosperity of all.

Published 2 months ago

Mnuchin’s Fight With Activists Inspired Community Reinvestment Act Revamp

Mnuchin’s Fight With Activists Inspired Community Reinvestment Act Revamp

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and OCC head Joseph Otting, who ran OneWest Bank, want to overhaul lending rules meant to combat redlining. Mr. Otting has said the plan would rationalize the process and make it harder to derail mergers, while groups worry the changes could hurt lower-income borrowers.

Published 2 months ago

Shoppers Love Rewards Credit Cards. Retailers Hate Them.

Shoppers Love Rewards Credit Cards. Retailers Hate Them.

Consumers have become addicted to credit cards with generous rewards programs. Retail merchants are pushing for the right to reject such credit cards, which they complain are cutting into their profits.

Published 2 months ago

Ex-Analyst in Insider-Trading Case Faced Sexual Misconduct Allegations at Harvard

Ex-Analyst in Insider-Trading Case Faced Sexual Misconduct Allegations at Harvard

Ex-Goldman Sachs analyst Damilare Sonoiki, who pleaded guilty last week to an insider-trading scheme, was accused by several women of sexual misconduct just before he was scheduled to graduate from Harvard in 2013. He denied the allegations.

Published 2 months ago

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

The Most Dangerous Place to Bicycle in America

As motor-vehicle-related bike deaths have risen alarmingly in the last decade, the Tampa Bay metro area has proven to be the deadliest place for a cyclist. Now, state and local agencies hope to change that.

Published 2 months ago

Car sector hit by BMW profit warning on trade war

Car sector hit by BMW profit warning on trade war

German group says it will miss its margin target for the first time in 33 quarters

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