Lawmakers Scrutinize Meatpacking as JBS Rebounds From Cyberattack
Some farm-state senators say consolidation has left meat production vulnerable to calamities.
Ackman SPAC Nears $40 Billion Universal Music Deal
Hedge-fund billionaire William Ackman is nearing a record SPAC deal that would value Universal Music at roughly $40 billion, people familiar with the matter said.
Theranos Founder's Emails With Law Firm Allowed at Trial
A federal judge ruled that messages between Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and David Boies's law firm are admissible at her fraud trial.
Breast-Cancer Pill Reduced Recurrence, Death in Early-Stage Patients, Study Finds
A drug sold by AstraZeneca and Merck reduced the recurrence of breast cancer in women with an early but aggressive form of the disease, a long-running international study found.
Rio Tinto Adds Ex-Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt to Board
Rio Tinto PLC named Ben Wyatt, Western Australia state's former aboriginal affairs minister, as a nonexecutive director, as the miner continues to rebuild relations with indigenous landowners following the destruction of two ancient rock shelters in Australia last year.
VenBio Collects $550 Million for Biotech Venture Deals
The life-sciences investor plans to finance 12 to 15 companies with its latest fund.
Motorola Solutions Raises Spending on Body Cameras
The equipment maker expects revenue in its video-security business to jump more than 20% this year after a 30.7% leap last year.
Apple Prepares Office Staff for Hybrid Workweek
The company's chief executive, Tim Cook, told office employees that they are expected to return to their workspace three days a week starting in September.
Google Removes Diversity Executive Over Blog Post About Jews
Kamau Bobb has apologized for a 2007 post saying Jews had an "insatiable appetite for war."
Cloud Software's Low-Hanging Fruit Is a Tempting Target
Dropbox and Box are the cheapest cloud stocks, which has activists smelling opportunity.
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