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Arrests Expected in Probe of Alleged Bribery, Kickbacks at College Basketball Programs

Arrests Expected in Probe of Alleged Bribery, Kickbacks at College Basketball Programs

Federal law-enforcement officials are expected to arrest at least a half-dozen people and unseal charges Tuesday as part of a wide-ranging investigation into alleged bribery and kickback schemes at several of the country’s top-tier college basketball programs, people familiar with the matter said.

Published 8 months ago

Meet the Man Behind the FDA’s Nicotine Fix

Meet the Man Behind the FDA’s Nicotine Fix

Scott Gottlieb was once a critic of the FDA, arguing it should move faster. Now as its leader, he has seized on an idea that the agency had worked on for years: getting almost all the nicotine out of cigarettes.

Published 8 months ago

Europe’s Banks Finally Start Thinking About Mergers

Europe’s Banks Finally Start Thinking About Mergers

After being whipped by scandals and losses, Europe’s banks retreated to their domestic markets to patch up their balance sheets. Now some are starting to look outward again.

Published 8 months ago

Construction of Border-Wall Prototypes Set to Begin in California

Construction of Border-Wall Prototypes Set to Begin in California

Construction is scheduled to begin Tuesday near San Diego on prototypes for a new barrier along the U.S. border with Mexico—the most visible step so far toward President Donald Trump’s long-promised border wall.

Published 8 months ago

The GOP Tax Plan: Tough Choices With Limited Room to Maneuver

The GOP Tax Plan: Tough Choices With Limited Room to Maneuver

Republicans face a daunting challenge as their tax plan comes into sharper focus: They are trying to fit more than $5 trillion of cuts inside a $1.5 trillion box.

Published 8 months ago

Brazil Lets In Big Oil Firms After Keeping Them Out for a Decade

Brazil Lets In Big Oil Firms After Keeping Them Out for a Decade

With this week’s crude auction, Brazil will begin reversing what industry officials say was a disastrous decision in 2007—but it won’t generate what it could have made then.

Published 8 months ago

The GOP Tax Plan: Tough Choices With Limited Room to Maneuver

The GOP Tax Plan: Tough Choices With Limited Room to Maneuver

Republicans face a daunting challenge as their tax plan comes into sharper focus: They are trying to fit more than $5 trillion of cuts inside a $1.5 trillion box.

Published 8 months ago

Big Investors Want Directors to Stop Sitting On So Many Boards

Big Investors Want Directors to Stop Sitting On So Many Boards

Institutional investors, governance advisers and boards themselves are increasingly blocking directors from joining multiple boards, saying the practice spreads the executives too thin.

Published 8 months ago

If This Is a Trade War, China’s Winning

If This Is a Trade War, China’s Winning

In a trade standoff with the West, China is indifferent to complaints over chronic imbalances. It’s the behavior of a government that feels confident it has the upper hand.

Published 8 months ago

Nestlé Gives Loeb What He Wants: New Margin Targets, Faster Buybacks

Nestlé Gives Loeb What He Wants: New Margin Targets, Faster Buybacks

Nestlé set a new profit-margin target and said it would accelerate previously announced share buybacks ahead of a much-awaited investor day that kicks off in London.

Published 8 months ago

U.S. to Curb Russian Military Flights Over American Territory

U.S. to Curb Russian Military Flights Over American Territory

U.S. officials are preparing to announce restrictions to Russian military flights over American territory under the Treaty on Open Skies in the latest sign of strain in U.S.-Russia relations.

Published 8 months ago

Deal Boutique Greenhill Lands a Lifeline

Deal Boutique Greenhill Lands a Lifeline

Legendary Wall Street deal maker Robert Greenhill is throwing a lifeline to the firm he founded two decades ago, which has been largely left behind in the recent merger boom. Greenhill & Co. said its founder, along with CEO Scott Bok, will each invest $10 million in the company as part of a broader reorganization

Published 8 months ago

SEC Chairman Says Agency Didn’t Do Enough to Size Up 2016 Hack

SEC Chairman Says Agency Didn’t Do Enough to Size Up 2016 Hack

The chairman of the SEC is expected to say that his agency may have mishandled a breach of its system for disclosing market-moving news and promise to intensify how it defends itself against hackers.

Published 8 months ago

Maria Cripples Puerto Rico’s Main Airport, Leaving Thousands Stranded

Maria Cripples Puerto Rico’s Main Airport, Leaving Thousands Stranded

After Hurricane Maria knocked out radar systems and power, the island’s main airport is struggling to get thousands of stranded passengers off the island.

Published 8 months ago

OPEC’s Efforts Pay Off: Oil is Back in Bull Market

OPEC’s Efforts Pay Off: Oil is Back in Bull Market

U.S. oil prices returned to bull-market territory while the global benchmark hit a two-year high, as investors gained faith that OPEC will successfully shrink a global supply glut.

Published 8 months ago