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Google vs. Uber: How One Engineer Sparked a WarGoogle vs. Uber: How One Engineer Sparked a War

Anthony Levandowski started outside tech companies while working for Google, which alleges he took driverless-car secrets to Uber.

Uber Shortchanged New York City Drivers by Millions of DollarsUber Shortchanged New York City Drivers by Millions of Dollars

Uber said it mistakenly underpaid New York City drivers for the past 2½ years, the second time in three months the ride-hailing company has acknowledged it deprived workers of earnings.

Glencore Makes Takeover Approach to BungeGlencore Makes Takeover Approach to Bunge

Glencore PLC has made a takeover approach to grain trader Bunge Ltd., a move that would make the Swiss mining giant a major player in the U.S. agriculture market.

Can Ford's New Chief Pull Off Another Michigan Miracle?Can Ford's New Chief Pull Off Another Michigan Miracle?

Jim Hackett made his mark as a change agent by recruiting football coach Jim Harbaugh to Michigan in 2014.

Trump Budget Would Cut Medicaid, Rely on Rosy Growth ProjectionTrump Budget Would Cut Medicaid, Rely on Rosy Growth Projection

President Donald Trump’s proposed $4.1 trillion spending blueprint amounts to a sweeping overhaul of the social safety net while projecting a big boost to economic growth that could be difficult to achieve.

Trump's 3% Growth Target Looks Out of ReachTrump's 3% Growth Target Looks Out of Reach

The president’s first budget sets a worthy objective of sustained 3% economic growth, but offers no rigorous plan, at least in what was released Monday, to back it up, writes Greg Ip.

Labor Movement Makes Pricey Bet in Minimum-Wage FightLabor Movement Makes Pricey Bet in Minimum-Wage Fight

The union movement is placing a pricey bet as it racks up victories in a national push to raise minimum wages for fast-food workers: It’s spending tens of millions of dollars in support of workers who can’t collectively bargain and don’t pay a penny in dues.