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Sprint, T-Mobile Deal Gets Green Light From U.S. Regulators

A federal government committee and other top regulators in the United States have approved the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, paving the way for a union between the country’s third- and fourth-largest wireless operators. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States — a body that reviews foreign …

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Pre-I.P.O. Deals Add to Exodus From Public Markets

Ryan Smith spent years planning to sell shares of his software company, Qualtrics, on the stock market, meeting with bankers, carefully auditing financials and shaping a Wall Street-friendly narrative about the company’s prospects. Two weeks ago, the finish line was close, with a listing on the Nasdaq just a few …

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Amazon’s HQ2 in Virginia Leaves a Real Estate Firm Poised to Cash In

Two years ago, Matt Kelly couldn’t have known that a failed merger involving his real estate firm would propel him toward a central role in Amazon’s expansion plans. In May 2016, Mr. Kelly and his firm, then known as the JBG Companies, had an agreement to merge with a large …

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IBM to Buy Red Hat, the Top Linux Distributor, for $34 Billion

IBM is making a big move to bring more software developers under its corporate wing by acquiring Red Hat, the largest distributor of the popular open source operating system Linux, for $34 billion. The purchase, announced on Sunday afternoon, is the latest competitive step among large business software companies to …

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Strategies: Netflix’s Audience Is Multiplying. But So Is Its Debt.

Netflix, the streaming-video juggernaut, is growing with astonishing speed. And if you ignore the fact that it borrows billions to finance that growth, the company is a classic success story. Its ability to expand its global audience is truly impressive. The latest numbers show that Netflix gained more than six …

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Honda Putting $2.75 Billion Into G.M.’s Self-Driving Venture

G.M. acquired Cruise, then called Cruise Automation, in 2016 for a reported $1 billion in cash, stock and incentive compensation. It has since added other properties to the effort. A year ago, it bought Strobe, a company that specializes in laser-imaging technology, and folded it into Cruise. Rather than go …

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