|China Set to Approve Qualcomm-NXP Deal, a Sign of Easing Trade Tensions|
Chinese authorities are set to approve Qualcomm’s planned $44 billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors in the next few days, in what would be a significant step toward easing U.S.-China trade relations.
|ZTE Shareholders Are in Limbo Amid U.S.-China Dispute|
While ZTE Corp. is caught in the middle of U.S.-China trade tensions, the telecom giant’s current and prospective shareholders can’t do anything about it, thanks to a weekslong trading suspension.
|Fiat Chrysler Expected to Outline Future Without CEO Marchionne|
A decade after Chrysler filed for bankruptcy, a nearly debt-free Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is preparing to unveil a growth plan for the next five years at a test track outside Milan.
|Jeff Bezos: 'We Must Go Back to the Moon, and This Time to Stay'|
Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos vowed to use his rocket startup to develop robotic rovers and perhaps human habitats on the moon’s surface, even if such projects fail to win financial support from the U.S. government.
|In Anti-Bias Training, Starbucks Enlists Hip-Hop Artist, Chairman|
Starbucks is hoping that anti-bias training will help prevent fraught encounters like the one that led to the arrest of two black men at one of its cafes last month, but how effective it will be is an open question.
|Trump Team Seeks Truce With Congress Over ZTE|
The Trump administration is scrambling on Capitol Hill to keep lawmakers from undermining talks with China by blocking a deal to roll back penalties on telecom giant ZTE.
|Business Investment Rebounds in April|
A proxy for business investment rose a solid rate last month, but overall durable goods orders fell in April due to a decline in aircraft demand.