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  1. FILE PHOTO: PG&E works on power lines to repair damage caused by the Camp Fire in Paradise

    PG&E says it 'strongly disagrees' delayed maintenance played role in Camp Fire

    PG&E Corp said in court papers on Wednesday that it "strongly disagrees" with a suggestion in a Wall Street Journal article that the company ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: The Nordstrom store is pictured in Broomfield

    Nordstrom family prepares proposal for major stake in retailer - WSJ

    Shares of Nordstrom Inc rose 7per cent on Wednesday after the Wall Street Journal reported that members of the retailer's founding family are in ...
  3. Credit reporting company Equifax Inc. offices are pictured in Atlanta

    Equifax nears deal to pay about US$700m to settle US data breach probes: Report

    Credit reporting company Equifax Inc is close to a deal to pay around US$700 million to settle data breach probes with U.S. regulators and ...
  4. File photo of a man walking near the Charles Schwab sign in the Manhattan borough of New York

    Charles Schwab in talks to buy USAA wealth-management, brokerage units: WSJ

    Charles Schwab Corp is in talks to buy brokerage and wealth-management operations from USAA for about US$2 billion, the Wall Street Journal ...
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    McAfee plans return to public markets - WSJ

  6. US President Donald Trump reacts on stage formally kicking off his re-election bid with a campaig

    Trump to issue executive order seeking transparency on healthcare costs: Wall Street Journal

    U.S. President Donald Trump plans to issue an executive order on Monday asking health insurers and doctors to disclose new details about ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A sign marks the Raytheon offices in Woburn

    Raytheon and United Technologies in talks to merge: WSJ

    Raytheon Co and United Technologies Corp are in talks to merge in an all-stock deal, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing a person ...
  8. The AT&T logo is pictured during the Forbes Forum 2017 in Mexico City

    AT&T eyes US$16-US$17-a-month streaming service - WSJ

    AT&T Inc's WarnerMedia has dropped its plan for a three-tiered streaming service, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people ...