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Closing price October 9, 2018
A rumored buyout boosts shares of newspaper company Tronc, Samsung unveils a new smartphone, the housing market starts to falter, and other important business headlines.
Nike to raise the compensation of many employees, newsroom staff of The New York Daily News cut by half, Russian hackers may have hit the U.S. electric grid, and other important business headlines.
China may put tariffs on U.S. crude, "Incredibles 2" breaks a box office record, and other important headlines.
ZTE may have set a deal with the U.S. government, China offers to buy more U.S. goods and services, stock buybacks top $200 billion in May, and other important headlines.
The owner of the Lost Angeles Times agreed to sell the paper to one of its largest shareholders, and the deal should have closed by now. Why the delay?
New tariffs levied against newsprint imported from Canada to the U.S. will cost already struggling newspapers millions of dollars. Survival is not guaranteed.
Tronc's chairman steps down ahead of reports of sexual harassment, Aramco continues to struggle with its IPO, an Uber self-driving car killed a pedestrian.
Steve Wynn steps down as CEO of Wynn Resorts, Snap posts strong earnings and its shares soar, SpaceX launched the most powerful rocket in the world, and other important headlines.
The federal government may build the first U.S. 5G wireless network, U.S. energy exports have surged, the chief of Ford in China has quit, and other important headlines.