AT&T Inc., which piled on billions in debt to become a media giant, is getting more creative with its pitch to investors.
The company earlier this month issued a new class of shares that guarantee its holders a dividend...
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January 18, 2020 Executive assistants once ran the office. Increasingly, the office runs without them.
The decline of what has been a solid career path for women without college degrees...
PG&E Corp. Chief Executive Tony Earley liked the idea the minute he heard it. He would change the signature line on company emails—“PG&E is committed to protecting our customers’ privacy”— to promote safety instead.
Six months after a top...
DECATUR, Ill.—Before it was targeted by tens of thousands of plaintiffs in lawsuits, Roundup was the king of the field—the world’s most heavily used weedkiller. Now it’s mired in court over claims it caused cancer and viewed as...
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Jan. 11, 2020 12:15 am ET
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PALO ALTO, Calif.—Roughly a year ago, Google offered health-data company Cerner Corp. an unusually rich proposal.
Cerner was interviewing Silicon Valley giants to pick a storage...