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Former Uber CEO will cash in on Softbank-led deal.
The judge ruled against allowing expert testimony into the trial because he didn't find it to be credible.
Stocks finished Monday trading lower.
Uncertainty in Washington, D.C., a healthcare sector in selloff mode and a big deals day on Wall Street sent U.S. equities lower to begin the week.
Failure to agree on ownership of a combined company has reportedly torn apart a possible deal.
'We will briskly expand the scale,' CEO Masayoshi Son says.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei index has hit its highest level since 1996 and should soon breach the 21,000 barrier, a vote of confidence that Abenomics is working.
T-Mobile and Sprint are discussing a stock-for-stock deal.
Apple is reportedly looking to expand its own semiconductor capabilities to protect proprietary technology, increase efficiency and cut costs.
The week began with a stretch of new records before turning lower at the midway mark. Here's where markets ended.
Here's where stocks were at the close of regular trading on Friday.
Here's where stocks are trading at midday on Friday.
A deal is expected by the end of October.
Here's where stocks are trading on Friday morning.
Stock futures are lower. Here's where stocks are trading ahead of the market open on Friday.
Benchmark holds a 13% stake in Uber.
Enterprise companies now make up 20% of its membership and 30% of its monthly revenue.
The investment will help WeWork add to its global customer base.
India is one of the last industrialized nations to not fully embrace online shopping.
The Vision Fund will finalize a $2.5 billion investment into the Indian e-commerce giant via primary and secondary share purchases.
The move is seen as a bet that Fanatic's licensing agreements with the National Football League, among others, will give it the arsenal to compete with Amazon.com
The Vision Fund is looking to pour between $1.5 billion and $2 billion into the largest e-commerce company in India.
Reports last week surfaced last week suggesting Masayoshi Son, the Japanese billionaire and CEO of SoftBank, was considering whether to pour a significant investment into the troubled rideshare company.
The investment would push India's biggest ride-hailing app up to a $4 billion valuation.
Talks between the two companies and the figures involved are preliminary.
Claure explained that the smaller companies compete by acting as 'mavericks' in the wireless marketplace.
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