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Samsung Electronics Shakes Up Leadership Lineup

Samsung Electronics Shakes Up Leadership Lineup

Samsung said it would replace its division heads and separate the role of CEO and board chairman for the first time.

Published 7 months ago

Mueller’s Moves Signal Broad Scope

Mueller’s Moves Signal Broad Scope

With Monday’s unsealing of a 12-count indictment and a guilty plea, Special Counsel Robert Mueller signaled his probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election has taken him far beyond the campaign, former prosecutors and legal experts said.

Published 7 months ago

Tony Podesta to Leave His D.C. Lobbying Firm

Tony Podesta to Leave His D.C. Lobbying Firm

The Democratic lobbyist is leaving the Washington firm he founded as the Podesta Group finds itself caught up in an investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, according to people familiar with the move.

Published 7 months ago

Apple Is Designing iPhones, iPads That Would Drop Qualcomm Components

Apple Is Designing iPhones, iPads That Would Drop Qualcomm Components

Apple, locked in an intensifying legal fight with Qualcomm, is designing iPhones and iPads for next year that would jettison the chipmaker’s components.

Published 7 months ago

Q&A: Legal Experts Weigh In on Mueller Probe

Q&A: Legal Experts Weigh In on Mueller Probe

The months-long investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller into Russian interference in the 2016 election tore into the open Monday, as an unsealed indictment and plea agreement answered a few questions about the special counsel’s investigation while raising many more.

Published 7 months ago

Facebook Estimates 126 Million People Saw Russian-Backed Content

Facebook Estimates 126 Million People Saw Russian-Backed Content

Facebook Inc. estimates that about 126 million people may have seen content posted by Russian-backed accounts over more than two years that sought to disrupt American society, the social-media giant plans to tell congressional investigators Tuesday, according to a prepared copy of the remarks obtained by The Wall Street Journal.

Published 7 months ago

The Trump Deregulatory Juggernaut Is Rolling

The Trump Deregulatory Juggernaut Is Rolling

Why does the business community like the Trump administration? Tax reform hasn’t happened, the president has threatened trade wars and the promised infrastructure spending has yet to materialize. The answer lies in the rollback of regulations.

Published 7 months ago

Judge Blocks Trump’s Transgender Military Ban for Now

Judge Blocks Trump’s Transgender Military Ban for Now

A federal judge on Monday issued a preliminary decision that blocks President Donald Trump from implementing a ban on transgender individuals from serving in the military.

Published 7 months ago

Bets on the Next Fed Chair: A History of Speculation Gone Wrong

Bets on the Next Fed Chair: A History of Speculation Gone Wrong

President Trump’s hiring process for the Federal Reserve chair is due to end this week, and history suggests that it is tough to make money from betting on a new chairman’s actions, even if you knew who it was going to be.

Published 7 months ago

Democrats Warn Trump Not to Fire Mueller

Democrats Warn Trump Not to Fire Mueller

As special counsel Robert Mueller secured his first guilty plea in the probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, Democratic lawmakers warned the White House against any attempt to fire him.

Published 7 months ago

What to Know About the Charges Against Manafort and Gates

What to Know About the Charges Against Manafort and Gates

An overview of the accusations in the 31-page indictment announced by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Published 7 months ago

SoftBank to Drop Effort to Merge Sprint With T-Mobile

SoftBank to Drop Effort to Merge Sprint With T-Mobile

SoftBank Group, concerned about giving up control of Sprint, is abandoning its efforts to merge the U.S. wireless carrier with T-Mobile US, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 7 months ago

Mueller’s Probe Kicks Into Next Gear With Charges, Guilty Plea

Mueller’s Probe Kicks Into Next Gear With Charges, Guilty Plea

Special counsel Robert Mueller unveiled potentially far-reaching allegations Monday against three former Trump campaign officials, charging two with not paying taxes on millions of dollars in income and obtaining a guilty plea from a third who admitted he lied about contacts with Russian officials.

Published 7 months ago

FBI Is Probing Puerto Rico Power Contract

FBI Is Probing Puerto Rico Power Contract

The FBI is investigating a $300 million construction contract Puerto Rico’s government power company awarded to a tiny Montana-based energy firm.

Published 7 months ago

Google’s Dominance in Washington Faces a Reckoning

Google’s Dominance in Washington Faces a Reckoning

After years of cozying up to Democrats, the search giant is battered from all sides as rivals take advantage of a populist turn against Silicon Valley and a reaction to tech-enabled Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Published 7 months ago