Nvidia's Surge Stokes Talk of a Bubble 

The chip maker's meteoric advance has helped push the stock market to record highs. It also has some on Wall Street saying the "B word."

How China Is Churning Out EVs Faster Than Everyone Else 

Riding China's EV boom, upstart automakers have eclipsed foreign rivals to develop cars faster, push the boundaries of smart tech and swamp consumers with choice.

Li Auto Shares Fall After Recent Run-Up, MEGA Miss 

Analysts attributed the selloff to profit-taking after big gains last week and some consumer disappointment with the Chinese electric-vehicle maker's newest model.

Japan's J-Power Makes Takeover Offer for $249 Million-Valued Genex Power 

An Australian company that wants to repurpose two abandoned gold pits in eastern Australia as a renewable-energy generator has become a takeover target for one of Japan's largest electricity producers.

Investors Raise Macy's Buyout Bid 

Arkhouse Management and Brigade Capital are now offering to acquire the Macy's stock they don't already own for $24 a share, or $6.6 billion.

Apple Is Playing an Expensive Game of AI Catch-Up 

Killing its ambitious car project will free up some R&D budget, but Apple still lags behind big tech peers on network scale and relative investment.

 U.S. Defeat in Micron Trade-Secrets Case Reveals Struggle Countering Beijing 

The verdict against the Justice Department is regarded as a setback in efforts to contain Chinese corporate theft.

Lawyers Who Got Musk Pay Struck Down Seek $5.6 Billion in Tesla Stock 

The plaintiff's lawyers requested a record-breaking payday in the bombshell case.

'Dune' Sequel Leads U.S. Box Office to Best Weekend of the Year 

The decision to delay the epic sci-fi movie's release because of the actors' strike helps drive $81.5 million in domestic ticket sales.

Signs of Trouble at Regional Banks Reignite Sector Fears 

New York Community Bancorp shares fell 26% as the bank's credit rating was cut to junk.

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