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Disney Finalizing Pact to Acquire Assets From 21st Century FoxDisney Finalizing Pact to Acquire Assets From 21st Century Fox

Walt Disney Co. is finalizing a deal to acquire assets from 21st Century Fox, according to people familiar with the matter, who added that the deal values 21st Century Fox as a whole at around $40 a share.

With Traffic Flowing, Netflix Steps Back from Fight Over Internet RulesWith Traffic Flowing, Netflix Steps Back from Fight Over Internet Rules

Netflix helped spark the debate over net neutrality three years ago by raising concerns about how its internet traffic was being handled. But as the U.S. government prepares to repeal the rules on Thursday, the video giant has been less vocal on a key issue.

Apple Boosts Face ID Tech Maker FinisarApple Boosts Face ID Tech Maker Finisar

Apple is awarding one of its key suppliers $390 million as part of its effort to fund domestic technology manufacturers.

How Language in Job Listings Could Widen Silicon Valley's Gender DivideHow Language in Job Listings Could Widen Silicon Valley's Gender Divide

Use of certain phrases like “whatever it takes” or “tackle” in job postings could affect who applies for tech jobs, possibly contributing to the lopsided gender makeup of the industry, new research suggests.

T-Mobile to Launch Pay-TV ServiceT-Mobile to Launch Pay-TV Service

T-Mobile US Inc. is launching a paid television service after it acquired a startup aimed at the high-end video market.

Fed Raises Rates, Sticks to Forecast for 2018 IncreasesFed Raises Rates, Sticks to Forecast for 2018 Increases

The Federal Reserve said it would raise short-term interest rates for the third time this year and remained on track to chart a similar path next year, signaling continuity as the central bank enters a leadership reshuffle.

Final GOP Deal Sets 21% Corporate Tax, Cuts for Top EarnersFinal GOP Deal Sets 21% Corporate Tax, Cuts for Top Earners

The highest-earning Americans will get a lower tax rate and corporations will pay slightly more than in previous plans under a deal House and Senate Republicans reached on the party’s competing tax-overhaul bills.