WSJ News Exclusive | House Investigating Company Selling Phone Location Data to Government Agencies

WASHINGTON—A congressional committee has opened an investigation into the sale of the location data drawn from millions of U.S. mobile

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Olympus to Exit Camera Business After 84 Years

Olympus Corp. is getting out of the camera business after 84 years to focus on medical devices. The Tokyo company,

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WSJ News Exclusive | Dell Explores Spinoff of $50 Billion Stake in VMware

Dell Technologies Inc. is examining options including a spinoff for its roughly $50 billion stake in VMware Inc. as the

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Sprint’s Old Boss Adds $500 Million Stake in T-Mobile—With Help from SoftBank

Sprint’s former chief executive Marcelo Claure will own another $500 million of T-Mobile US Inc. shares as part of a

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Richard Branson to Cash In Part of Virgin Galactic Stake

Richard Branson’s Virgin Group said it plans to sell as much as 12% of Virgin Galactic Holdings Inc.—the space-tourism venture

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2020’s New and Improved Flowers: A Gardener’s A-to-Z Guide

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WSJ News Exclusive | Expedia Nears Deal to Sell Stake to Silver Lake and Apollo

Expedia Group Inc. is in advanced talks to sell a stake to private-equity firms Silver Lake and Apollo Global Management

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Russia’s Rosneft Plans to Sell All Assets Related to Venezuela

MOSCOW—In an unexpected move, Russian state oil giant Rosneft announced that it would halt all activities in Venezuela and sell all

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Microsoft Alters Policy on Facial-Recognition Investments

Microsoft Corp. has decided to no longer hold minority interests in companies that sell facial-recognition technology, a policy change that

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SoftBank Dumps Moody’s After a Two-Notch Downgrade

SoftBank Group Corp. dropped Moody’s Investors Service after the credit-ratings firm criticized the Japanese tech giant’s massive share-and-debt buyback plan

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