Celsius Network, One of Crypto's Biggest Collapses, Ends Bankruptcy Case 

A bankruptcy judge allowed the onetime crypto lender to return some of its customers' deposits while forming a new company focused on mining and staking.

Coach Saves Tapestry From Unraveling 

A winning streak for the Coach brand bolsters the parent company ahead of the Michael Kors acquisition.

Las Vegas Strip Workers Reach Deal with MGM Resorts 

Unions representing Las Vegas Strip workers struck a tentative agreement with MGM Resorts International, the second of three casino giants to reach a deal ahead of a potential strike slated to start Friday.

Nvidia's Seeking a Way Around Limits on AI Exports to China. 

Nvidia is reported to be lining up three new chips for the Chinese market as it looks to satisfy U.S. regulations on the export of technology to China.

Agricultural Giant Syngenta Delays $9 Bln IPO on Chinese Market Volatility 

Agricultural company Syngenta Group said its listing on Shanghai's main market won't happen this year due to weak market conditions, the latest delay in its yearslong pursuit of a blockbuster initial public offering.

SoftBank Posts $6.2 Billion Loss After WeWork Bankruptcy 

The Japanese investment firm sank deeper into the red in the July-September period as its technology investments struggled and losses piled up from the collapse of the office-sharing company.

Netflix, Warner's Max Team Up With Verizon to Offer Discounted Streaming Bundle 

Verizon will offer ad tiers of both services for about $10 a month combined-instead of $17.

Why Apple's $15 Billion EU Tax Problem Is a Risk Once Again 

An adviser to the EU's top court says Apple's victory in a legacy tax spat should be set aside.

Warren Buffett reportedly traded stocks that Berkshire Hathaway was trading 

Buffett has said he 'can't be buying' the same stocks as his company Berkshire Hathaway, but a new report calls that into question

Virgin Galactic Stock Soars After Earnings. This Is the $3 Million Reason. 

The space tourism company reported a third-quarter per share loss of 28 cents from sales of $1.7 million. Wall Street was looking for a 42 cent loss from sales of $1.1 million.

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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