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Tighter U.S. foreign investment rules aimed at China start in November

The federal government will tighten rules on foreign investment in sensitive industries like technology and telecommunications next month, the Treasury Department said on Wednesday, as it starts to enforce a law aimed at curbing Chinese investment in 27 sensitive sectors.

Third Point tells Campbell Soup not to hire new CEO before meeting

Third Point LLC warned Campbell Soup Co's board on Wednesday against picking a new chief executive before next month's annual meeting, where the hedge fund wants to oust all current directors.

CVS, Aetna win U.S. approval for $69 billion deal

Pharmacy chain CVS Health Corp won U.S. antitrust approval for its $69 billion acquisition of health insurer Aetna Inc , the Justice Department said on Wednesday, paving the way for a combination with potential to cut U.S. healthcare costs for consumers.

James Murdoch in line to replace Musk as Tesla chairman: FT

Outgoing Twenty-First Century Fox Inc Chief Executive James Murdoch is the lead candidate to replace Elon Musk as Tesla Inc chairman, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday, citing two people briefed on the discussions.

T. Rowe Price raises bet on Tesla in vote of confidence for Musk

Tesla shareholder T. Rowe Price Group Inc raised its stake in the electric car maker by nearly half in the July-September quarter, according to a regulatory filing on Wednesday, an apparent vote of confidence for embattled CEO Elon Musk.

Sears prepares to file for bankruptcy in coming days: sources

Sears Holdings Corp is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the coming days following years of declining sales, sources said on Wednesday, casting doubt over the survival of what was once the world's largest retailer.

Equities slide to three-month low as tech stocks plunge

World equities slid to a three-month low on Wednesday and Wall Street fell more than 2 percent as technology shares tumbled on fears of slowing demand, while rising U.S. bond yields provided competition for high-riding stocks.

S&P500 index falls 2.0 percent as U.S. bond yields soar and investors shun risk

Wall Street stock indexes tumbled on Wednesday, on track for the biggest daily decline since April, and the sell-off intensified as the day wore on as rising U.S. Treasury yields and trade policy related worries sent investors fleeing for safety.

Instant View: Wall Street shares slide, tech losses in focus

Wall Street shares slid on Wednesday, with all three major U.S. indexes down more than 2 percent in the afternoon as investors dumped high-growth names such as technology and FAANG stocks, with rising Treasury yields and trade-related worries sapping their risk appetite.

SoftBank upping bet on loss-making WeWork with possible majority stake: source

Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is in discussions to buy a majority stake in U.S. shared office space provider WeWork Cos, a source said, potentially doubling down on one of its biggest bets on a loss-making startup.

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