This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of WSJ.com articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal (July 12, 2018).
Broadcom agreed to buy software company CA Technologies for $18.9 billion, a surprise move that would take the chip powerhouse in a new direction.
The battle for control of Sky heated up, with Fox raising its bid for the European pay-TV giant and Comcast quickly countering.
A selloff in metals and other commodities intensified amid worries about the impact of tariff threats on the global economy.
U.S. stocks fell as trade concerns and falling oil prices outweighed optimism about earnings. The Dow shed 219.21 points to 24700.45.
The NYSE is stirring tension between some of its big listed companies and their largest investors over an SEC fee study.
Twitter said it is subtracting some accounts it has flagged for suspicious activity from the follower numbers of its users.
Pfizer is organizing itself into three different businesses as it considers the future of its over-the-counter medicines unit.
Uber pushed out its human-resources chief after an internal inquiry into her department's handling of racial-bias claims.
Ford's sales in China slid 26% in the first half, with little relief in sight as trade frictions worsen.
A judge approved a discounted sale of Harvey Weinstein's bankrupt film- and-television studio to private-equity firm Lantern.