Morgan Stanley will acquire employee-stock-grant manager Solium for $900 million, the largest takeover by any major Wall Street firm since the financial crisis.
Reddit was valued at $3 billion after a new financing round that brought in Chinese internet giant Tencent as an investor in the discussion forum.
Trump is weighing an executive order that could ban Chinese telecom equipment from U.S. networks, but the plan is facing resistance from carriers in rural areas.
Security officials are raising alarms over Chinese investment in Israeli technology companies.
Peloton is interviewing banks this week for roles on an initial public offering, taking a critical step toward an IPO this year.
Recent volatility in the market for overnight cash loans is prompting concerns about a new borrowing benchmark.
The S&P 500 edged up less than 0.1%, as U.S.-China trade talks loomed over markets. The Dow fell 0.2%.
The dust-up between Bezos and National Enquirer parent American Media has raised questions about the firm's ties to Saudi Arabia.
SoftBank's giant tech fund is investing almost $1 billion in Nuro, a robotic-delivery vehicle startup.
The Fed's Bowman called on regulators to refine how they supervise community banks.