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Northrop Grumman Nears Deal to Buy Orbital ATK

Northrop Grumman Nears Deal to Buy Orbital ATK

Northrop Grumman is nearing a purchase of Orbital ATK, a deal that could be worth upward of $7.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

Published 8 months ago

Interior Report Recommends Cuts or Changes to Seven National Land Monuments

Interior Report Recommends Cuts or Changes to Seven National Land Monuments

A report reviewed by The Wall Street Journal recommends reducing the boundaries of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante preserves in Utah, and reopening hundreds of thousands of square miles of protected oceans to commercial fishing.

Published 8 months ago

Trump Administration Poised to Clarify Climate Policy

Trump Administration Poised to Clarify Climate Policy

President Trump’s top economic adviser is expected to brief major international partners Monday on the administration’s stance on the Paris climate accord following signals that the U.S. was exploring ways to remain in the 2015 pact.

Published 8 months ago

‘We’ve Been Breached’: Inside the Equifax Hack

‘We’ve Been Breached’: Inside the Equifax Hack

The crisis has sent shock waves through the industry, spooked consumers and sparked investigations. A focus for inquiry is a software glitch that appears to be how the intruders got into the company’s systems.

Published 8 months ago

JBS Names José Batista Sobrinho as CEO

JBS Names José Batista Sobrinho as CEO

Brazilian meatpacking giant JBS named founder José Batista Sobrinho, 84, to replace his jailed son as chief executive Sunday.

Published 8 months ago

FAA Panel Delivers Sweeping Recommendations on Deregulation

FAA Panel Delivers Sweeping Recommendations on Deregulation

A federal advisory committee has delivered sweeping deregulation proposals on airplane safety to the Federal Aviation Authority.

Published 9 months ago

In Libya, ISIS Seeks Revival in Gateway to Europe

In Libya, ISIS Seeks Revival in Gateway to Europe

A year after losing its main Libyan stronghold, Islamic State has formed a number of clandestine cells around the chaotic North African country as the militants seek to regroup on Europe’s doorstep.

Published 9 months ago

New Storm Threat Churns Toward Caribbean

New Storm Threat Churns Toward Caribbean

Tropical Storm Maria could become a major hurricane threatening the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico by midweek, forecasters said, threatening a swath of the Caribbean slammed by Hurricane Irma less than two weeks ago.

Published 9 months ago

Texas Cities Face Housing Crunch in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

Texas Cities Face Housing Crunch in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

As the floodwaters finally retreat across Texas, federal and local officials are now grappling with another vexing problem wrought by the storm: where to house one of the largest populations displaced by a natural disaster in recent years.

Published 9 months ago

Alabama Senate Primary Tests Trump’s Influence Over GOP Voters

Alabama Senate Primary Tests Trump’s Influence Over GOP Voters

President Trump’s decision to appear at a campaign rally for Sen. Luther Strange raises the stakes of an Alabama special election and is testng the president’s influence over voters in his party.

Published 9 months ago

Online Insurer ZhongAn Plans IPO That Could Set Its Value at $10 Billion

Online Insurer ZhongAn Plans IPO That Could Set Its Value at $10 Billion

China’s first online-only insurer said it plans to raise up to $1.5 billion in an initial public offering that could value the company at around $10 billion.

Published 9 months ago

Tillerson Says U.S. Is Weighing Closure of Embassy in Havana

Tillerson Says U.S. Is Weighing Closure of Embassy in Havana

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. is considering closing its embassy in Cuba following what he has described as “health attacks” on American diplomats there.

Published 9 months ago

Russia Probe Takes Financial Toll on Trump Aides

Russia Probe Takes Financial Toll on Trump Aides

Some White House and Trump campaign officials caught up in investigations of Russia’s electoral meddling are struggling to pay their legal bills, prompting them to create legal defense funds, liquidate personal accounts and explore other sources of financing.

Published 9 months ago

U.K. Police Make Second Arrest in Connection With London Subway Bombing

U.K. Police Make Second Arrest in Connection With London Subway Bombing

British police have arrested a second man in connection with a Friday bomb blast in London’s subway, authorities said, while playing down a claim by Islamic State that the group was behind the attack.

Published 9 months ago

Kraft Heinz Management Shake-up Illustrates 3G Capital Partners’ Strategy

Kraft Heinz Management Shake-up Illustrates 3G Capital Partners’ Strategy

Appoint young executives, groom them to your liking—and save some money while you’re at it. That seems to be Brazilian private-equity firm 3G Capital Partners LP’s playbook for the companies it controls.

Published 9 months ago