sexta-feira, 30 de setembro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-UFC Goes for a Knockout, With Celebrity Investors in Its Corner

Qualcomm in Talks to Acquire NXP Semiconductors

Qualcomm is in talks to acquire NXP Semiconductors, a deal that likely would cost more than $30 billion and accelerate a consolidation rush in the industry. in 20 hours


Deutsche’s Lehman Dilemma

Lehman Brothers failed in large part due to panicked hedge funds pulling their money. With some hedge funds worried enough to cut exposure to Deutsche Bank, the parallel is obvious—but misleading. in a day

Hackers Infect Army of Cameras, DVRs for Massive Internet Attacks

Hackers hijacked security cameras and video recorders to launch several massive internet attacks last week, prompting fresh concern about the vulnerability of “smart” devices in homes and businesses. 64in 21 hours

Police Push Back at Scrutiny of Fatal Shootings

Police groups are pushing back against what they say is unfair scrutiny of fatal police shootings of black men this month. 362in a day

UFC Goes for a Knockout, With Celebrity Investors in Its Corner

Just months after being acquired by Hollywood talent agency WME-ING, the UFC is going A-list, with 23 celebrities, including Ben Affleck, Adam Levine and Serena and Venus Williams, investing in the rapidly growing sport. in a day

New Jersey Train Crash Heightens Rail-Safety Concerns

A New Jersey commuter train crashed into a busy railroad terminal Thursday, killing one person, the latest in a series of fatal passenger train accidents around the country. 200in a day


Trump Set to Benefit From Ohio Senator’s Voter Efforts

If Donald Trump wins Ohio, it may be because of the groundwork laid by Rob Portman, the Republican senator who has identified and courted GOP voters after anticipating a tough re-election race. 53in a day

Insights, Not Soundbites: $12 for 12 Weeks.

Get the substance behind the slogans, with WSJ's unrivaled coverage of the 2016 presidential election. Become a member today.