Deal Book

Corporate America Is Leading the Nation to the Polls

More than 370 U.S. companies, including Walmart, Tyson Foods and Levi Strauss, will make it easier for their employees to…

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Dan Loeb’s Win-Win Situation With Campbell Soup

A can of Spaghettios, which are made by Campbell’s. The food company is a current target of the activist investor…

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Larry Fink: Social Responsibility Push Is Not a Fad

Laurence D. Fink of BlackRock, right, spoke with Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times.CreditCreditBryan Thomas for The New…

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Vice Media Is Nearing Profitability, C.E.O. Nancy Dubuc Says

Nancy Dubuc, chief executive of Vice Media, spoke at the DealBook conference on Thursday.CreditCreditBryan Thomas for The New York Times…

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DealBook Briefing: This Year’s Stock Gains Are Wiped Out

CreditCreditBryan R. Smith/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Markets enter negative territory for the year The stock markets fell again yesterday,…

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There Is a Silver Lining for Losers of Amazon’s HQ2 Competition

Cities hoping to host Amazon’s HQ2 might still benefit from the company even if they lose the contest.CreditCreditLindsey Wasson/Reuters Winning…

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Tech Earnings Provide a Breather From the Selling

Microsoft was among several tech companies to post strong earnings since the markets closed on Wednesday., which could help boost…

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DealBook Briefing: Google’s #MeToo Moment

Andy RubinCreditCreditBrian Ach/Getty Images for Wired Google protected male executives accused of sexual misconduct When Andy Rubin, the creator of…

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Epic, Maker of Fortnite, Raises $1.25 Billion

A display area for Fortnite, a global phenomenon since Epic Games released it last year, at the Electronic Entertainment Expo…

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Making Sense of the Selling in the Stock Market

The Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index is on pace for its worst month since the 2008 financial crisis.CreditCreditJustin Lane/EPA, via…

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