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Apple is planning to release three new iPhone models again this fall, including a successor to the struggling XR.
U.S. agencies are investigating Boeing's relationship with a satellite startup backed by a Chinese government-owned firm.
GM said its earnings are picking up speed, with added momentum due to come this year from plant closures and job cuts.
Slack plans to go public through a direct listing, joining Spotify in bypassing a traditional IPO.
Ghosn was hit with fresh charges of abusing his position at Nissan for personal gain, paving the way for him to seek bail.
The Dow slipped, losing 5.97 points, but notched its biggest three-week gain since the period following the 2016 election.
Tame inflation, low gasoline prices and rising wages are putting more dollars in the pockets of American workers, data show.
T-Mobile and AT&T said they would stop feeding the real-time locations of individual customers to data middlemen.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
January 12, 2019 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
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