Inside Amazon's Push to Crack Trader Joe's-and Dominate Everything 

A secret war room and other tactics fueled the retail giant's rise

CVC Set to Launch IPO, Seeks Valuation of Up to $16 Billion, Sources Say 

The global buyout firm CVC Capital Partners is poised to kick off a share sale in Amsterdam, in the latest sign of a pickup in initial public offerings.

UnitedHealth's Earnings Could Illuminate True Fallout From Cyberattack on Change Unit 

Investors might get a better sense of the fallout for UnitedHealth Group when it reports first-quarter earnings results Tuesday.

Franklin Templeton Turns Toward Private Investing as Mutual-Fund Business Shrinks 

After a string of acquisitions, the firm now manages more than $260 billion in alternative assets like private credit.

Powerful Senator Crafts TikTok Crackdown 

Washington Democrat Maria Cantwell has deep experience with tech legislation, while frustrating some colleagues.

$850 Millennium Falcons and $680 Titanics: Grown-Ups Are Now a Gold Mine for Lego 

Adult fans of Lego, known as AFOLs, are big business; "Nowadays it's not so geeky."

The Threat in Disney's Backyard 

Universal is expanding its parks, mobilizing Harry Potter, Super Mario and an army of Minions

Salesforce in Advanced Talks to Buy Informatica 

The deal for the data-management software firm would be among Salesforce's largest if completed.

U.S. Steel Shareholders Approve Sale to Japan's Nippon Steel 

United States Steel shareholders approved the sale in the midst of union opposition and ongoing regulatory reviews.

High Rates Have Been a Profit Machine for Banks. Not Anymore. 

America's biggest bank warned that it is starting to pay more on customer deposits.

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