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Italy, EU Spar Over Bridge Collapse.
Finger pointing over the deadly collapse of a highway bridge in Italy intensified Thursday as Italian and European authorities sought to assign blame for the disaster, which cost at least 38 lives.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 17/08/18
‘Peaky Blinders’ Producers in Rights Dispute With Weinstein Co. Buyer.
Producers of the British television series “Peaky Blinders” are in a dispute over the U.S. rights to the show with the private-equity firm that purchased Harvey Weinstein’s bankrupt studio.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 17/08/18
SEC Sends Subpoena to Tesla in Probe Over Musk Tweets.
Federal regulators have subpoenaed Tesla, ramping up an investigation into Chief Executive Elon Musk’s tweet last week that he had secured funding to take the electric-car maker private.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 16/08/18
Firms That Bossed Agriculture for a Century Face New Threat: Farmers.
Running expanded, consolidated operations, farmers are pushing grain giants such as Cargill and ADM for better prices. They’re also striking their own deals to directly supply manufacturers. That’s fundamentally changing the industry’s balance of power.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 16/08/18
Investor Lessons From Turkey’s Crash to Earth .
Turkey is the most extreme example of the failure of institutions, but similar forces are at work in other emerging markets.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 14/08/18
Elon Musk Met With Saudi Fund About Taking Tesla Private.
Elon Musk said Saudi Arabia’s sovereign-wealth fund has approached him several times over nearly two years about providing financial support to take Tesla private, as the CEO sought to explain his claim to have funding for a possible deal.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 14/08/18
Frackers Burn Cash to Sustain U.S. Oil Boom .
American oil companies—primed to reap the benefits of rising prices after years of wringing more from wells for less—are seeing profits erode in the face of rising costs.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 13/08/18
Turkish Drama Pummels Emerging Markets Around the World .
Turkey’s currency plunged again, rattling other vulnerable emerging markets, while the country’s central bank made policy moves that failed to assuage investors about the economy’s perilous financial condition.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 13/08/18
Turkish Crisis Rattles Currency Markets; Dollar Hits One-Year High.
The Turkish lira lost more than 10% Friday against the U.S. dollar, which rose to its strongest point in a year, as concerns about the health of Turkey’s financial system rippled through global markets.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 10/08/18
Qualcomm, Taiwan Reach Settlement in Patent-Licensing Dispute.
Qualcomm notched a victory in its effort to preserve its patent-licensing business, saving the company nearly $700 million in fines.
The Wall Street Journal United States Published: 10/08/18

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